Alpha Lambda Delta is a National Honor Society for First Year Students. The UConn chapter of ALD is part of a national organization dedicated to the encouragement and celebration of academic success. ALD is an organization rich in history, and our chapter has a strong and active Executive Board composed of students who work hard to make ALD a presence on campus. Want to know more? Check out what membership means here.
At UConn Alpha Lambda Delta, we use a point-based incentive system using the following criteria:
2 points for:
5 points for:
Attending a general meeting
Attending an academic, event planning, or social event
Applying for a National or Local ALD Scholarship
10 points for:
Writing an article for the ALD Newsletter (one time per Newsletter)
Volunteering at an event for an hour or more
Volunteering at a community service event (nursing home visit, etc.)
20 points for:
Attending an overnight event
30 points for:
Acting as captain of an ALD team at an event
What can members of UConn ALD get with points?
- Annual cash prizes
- Free honor cords to wear at graduation
To learn more, watch a short video produced by National ALD entitled “What is Alpha Lambda Delta“.
Click the link to see “Why Join Alpha Lambda Delta” Why Join?