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Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society

Alpha Sigma Lambda Inductees

The Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society is a nonprofit organization devoted to the advancement of scholarship and to the recognition of non-traditional students continuing their higher education.  The Society was established in 1945 to honor superior scholarship and leadership in adult students. 

Today, with over 300 institutional chapters throughout the United States, Alpha Sigma Lambda presents institutions such as University of the Pacific with a truly prestigious opportunity to recognize the special accomplishments of adults who have achieved academic excellence while facing competing interests of family, community and work.  For the non-traditional student, the Society stands as an inspiration for continuing scholastic growth, a builder of pride through recognition and an invitation to associate with similarly motivated students. Pacific's Iota Gamma chapter started in 1993.

Potential inductees must be matriculated and have a minimum of twenty-four graded semester hours or the equivalent at University of the Pacific in an undergraduate degree program.  Members are selected from the highest percent of the non-traditional students and have a minimum grade point average of 3.2 on a 4.0 scale. 

Above and Beyond Celebration 2015