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Alpha Sigma Lambda

Alpha Sigma Lambda
is a national honor society for non-traditional undergraduate students (typically over the age of 24) who achieve and maintain outstanding scholastic standards and leadership characteristics while adroitly handling additional responsibilities of work and family.  The founding chapter was established by Dr. Rollin Posey at Northwestern University in 1946, to recognize the accomplishments of those returning to academic pursuits after the close of World War II.

Worcester State University established the Lambda Kappa chapter in 1998 to honor adult student scholars.  Since 1998 we have inducted over 150 students into the national honor society.  In order to be considered for membership matriculated students must have completed a significant number of classes during the evening, earning 3.7 or higher grade point average after 30 credits or more at Worcester State University.

The annual induction ceremony generally occurs in April or May of each academic year.

 To learn more about this national honor society you can visit the Alpha Sigma Lambda Webpage.

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