Your student has been invited to join Alpha Lambda Delta - an honor society with over 80 years of tradition in honoring outstanding students! You should be proud of your son or daughter - he or she has not merely succeeded in their first year of higher education - your student has excelled. Alpha Lambda Delta can provide lots of opportunities for your student, and we'd like to take this opportunity to answer some of the questions our proud parents often ask...
Alpha Lambda Delta 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 of enrollment. Your student, 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 - all they have to do to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the Society is to join!
First, let us say that we understand your concern. In today's higher education, there are numerous "honor" societies that offer little or no benefit in exchange for a healthy sum. 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.
Aside from the honor and recognition that come with becoming a member in an academic honor society with over 80 years of tradition, Alpha Lambda Delta offers the following opportunities:
Note: Each chapter also has dues that are owed as well; these, like the national dues are only charged one time.
As you can tell, Alpha Lambda Delta can be a fantastic resource for your beginning student. We encourage you to look around our website, find out more about our Society, and contact us if you have any further questions!