Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society for Adults Students



Alpha Sigma Lambda was formed in 1946 to recognize adult students who achieve academic excellence while facing competing interests of family, community and work. Inductees must be Adult Degree Program majors who are in the top 20% of students who: 


1) have completed a minimum of 24 hours of graded course work in residence at the University of South Alabama;


2) have a minimum GPA of 3.2;


3) have a minimum of 12 hours of Liberal Arts/Sciences courses included in the 24 hours taken in residence.


The USA Theta Tau Chapter of this prestigious national honorary society is a student-run organization with a faculty advisor in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies.


The induction fee of $30.00 covers chapter dues, lapel pin, membership certificate and other benefits, including eligibility for ASL Foundation scholarships. New members will be inducted during the Interdisciplinary Studies Graduation/Awards luncheon held at the end of each fall and spring semester. Members in good standing have the opportunity to purchase and wear Alpha Sigma lambda honor cords at commencement.



For additional information, please contact:


Kimberly H. Davis, MA

ASL Theta Tau Chapter Coordinator
USA Department of Interdisciplinary Studies

Office phone:  (251) 460-6263


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Adult Degree Program Graduates, Spring 2006 Commencement.

Visit the USA Student Activities page for a listing of Honor Societies and other campus organizations at USA.