The Alpha Sigma Lambda (ASL) Honor Society is a premier national honor society committed to adult education in pursuit of lifelong learning. This organization was established in 1945, and today there are more than 275 chapters nationally. The UNH chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda is Eta Zeta. ASL honors superior leadership in non-traditional adult students and partners with colleges and universities to celebrate the scholarship and leadership of adult students in higher education.
Student eligibility is reviewed after the end of the fall semester. The selection and induction ceremony for Alpha Sigma Lambda takes place during the spring semester. The UNH criteria for selection for this elite honor society is as follows:
- Students must be age 25 or older as of January 1st of the induction year.
- Students must have completed at least 24 credits at UNH and be matriculated in a first B.A. or B.S.degree.
- Students must have attained Junior status.
- Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50.
- Based on the above criteria, the highest 20% of eligible students are invited for induction into ASL.