COURTESY: Arkansas State
JONESBORO, Ark. (4/28/14) – The Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society hosted their honors banquet for the 2013-14 school year on Thursday, April 24, and A-State women’s golf freshman Maci Arrington was one of a few freshmen recognized for her accomplishments.
Arrington, from Hinton, Okla., enjoyed a successful year both on and off the course, and her performance in the classroom specifically made her eligible for the Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society.
In order to be considered for this prestigious group, a student must earn a GPA of 3.5 or better during their first term or year of college while being enrolled full-time. Membership in Alpha Lambda Delta recognizes highly successful college students. Additionally, members get all of the support and recognition that comes from being part of a recognized, well-established Society with over 850,000 lifetime members.
Leadership programs with Alpha Lambda Delta start in a student’s first year, developing leadership skills. Recognition for members doesn’t end in the first year as members are eligible to wear ALD honor cords at graduation, and members who maintain their academic excellence throughout their college career may receive additional recognition as seniors.
Additional information about the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society can be found at http://www.nationalald.org/.