Alpha Lambda Delta (Freshman)

Alpha Lambda Delta (Freshman)

Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) is an honor society for students in their first year of higher education. Membership in ALD is open to all students at an institution with an ALD chapter who have earned a 3.5 of higher GPA in their first year or term of enrollment. In receiving the invitation to join ALD, has already done everything they have to do to show that they are an outstanding student, deserving of the ALD insignia. In today's higher education, there are numerous "honor" societies that offer little or no benefit in exchange for a healthy sum. 

Encourage superior academic achievement, to promote intelligent living and a continued high standard of learning and to assist students in recognizing and developing meaningful goals for their unique roles in society.We're sure that your exceptional student has been contacted by several of these less-than-reputable organizations.

Now, let us tell you what sets Alpha Lambda Delta apart. Alpha Lambda Delta has been around for over 90 years - the Society was founded in 1924 at the University of Illinois by Dean of Women Maria Leonard. ALD was one of the first members of the Association of College Honor Societies - the organization that sets the standard for honor societies in the United States. All ACHS member Societies are required to meet strict guidelines regarding their membership requirements, governance structures and operational practices in order to proudly display the ACHS logo. Alpha Lambda Delta offers plenty of opportunities (see below) for very little cost - lifetime national dues are only $25!

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