What is the Alpha Sigma Lambda honor society?

Alpha Sigma Lambda (ASL) is an honor society dedicated to the advancement of scholarship by recognizing high scholastic achievement in an adult student’s career. Students with a GPA of 3.2 or higher and who meet attendance hour requirements are invited to be initiated into ASL.

ASL members partake in activities serving their college, community and fellow students such as fundraisers, scholarships and activities. The benefits of being an ASL member include association with other honor students while assisting the community, college and fellow students; membership in an honor society giving an extra edge with prospective employers and eligibility to compete for book scholarships worth up to $200 per session.

Alpha Sigma Lambda honor society

2008-2009 ASL Officers: Roberta Pennock, secretary; Beth Farmer, vice president; Steven P. Allen, chapter counselor; Linda Gill, president; and Mike Boyle, treasurer.