Video clips from the 2016 ASL Induction Ceremony:
The Gamma Delta Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda is a national honor
society for UMass Lowell Online and Continuing Education
students. The aim of Alpha Sigma Lambda is to recognize adult
students who achieve academic excellence in their course work while
performing the many responsibilities associated with their families
and careers. Eligibility for membership requires that students rank
in the top 10 percent of all students who meet certain academic
requirements. Selections for membership are made during the Spring,
and students who are invited to become members are inducted into the
Society in April.
For UMass Lowell, having an ASL chapter serves as a way to inspire
continued scholastic growth, recognize students' dedication to
excellence, and invite them to associate with similarly motivated
Criteria for Student Eligibility
In order to be considered for membership in Alpha Sigma Lambda,
students must meet the following criteria:
- Must be a matriculated undergraduate/non-traditional student with
at least 24 credits earned at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
- Must have 12 or more credits in Liberal Arts/Sciences (may include
- Must have a GPA of 3.2 or above.
- Must be in the top 10% of those Online and Continuing
Education students who satisfy the requirements of all three of the
ASL Adult Education Foundation Scholarships
Alpha Sigma Lambda Adult Education Foundation Scholarships are
available for Continuing Education students who
are matriculated in associate's or bachelor's degree programs and who
demonstrate academic strength and leadership. For more information about
the ASL Adult Education Foundation Scholarships, including the criteria
for evaluation, visit the
Lambda National Honor Society website.
For More Information
For more information, contact Ryan Masson at (978) 934-2474 or by
email at Ryan_Masson@uml.edu.