Congratulations on your academic achievement! Achieving a 3.5 grade point average or higher your first semester in college is not an easy task.

If you’ve received an invitation, you’ve already met the requirements. Congratulations! Whether you received your invitation via email or printed mail, you will likely be directed to the MyHonorSociety database to register. You will sign in using your email account specified (typically your college/university email account) and the invitation code provided in your email/letter. Please be sure to write your name exactly as you would like it printed on your certificate. 

If you've received an invitation that does not direct you to the MyHonorSociety database (not all chapters use this system), please follow the instructions in your invitation letter to accept your invitation for membership.

Benefits of Joining Alpha Lambda Delta

Joining an honor society can lead to many opportunities: networking with faculty, socializing with peers, service to your community, leadership positions, and thousands of dollars in scholarships, just to name a few. It is a recognition for your academic accomplishment, and an opportunity to stand out and be recognized for your hard work. Alpha Lambda Delta offers you a chance to engage as a student very early in your college career, to pave the way for future achievements, and to make a difference in the lives of others. The benefits are endless and last a lifetime!

Membership Eligibility

If you've received an invitation to Alpha Lambda Delta, that means you've already met the eligibility requirements - congratulations! Students must earn a 3.5 grade point average their first semester or first year. In addition, students must be enrolled full time their first semester of undergraduate study. For more membership specifications, please see the FAQ page.

Troubleshooting Your Online Invitation

Having trouble accepting your invitation in MyHonorSociety? Here are a few ways to troubleshoot:

  • Have you tried a different web browser? Sometime computers can be tricky. Try using a different web browser, such as Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, etc.

  • Are you accepting the invitation prior to the date specified in your invitation letter? Most invitations expire, and it is not possible to accept the invitation after the invitation period has closed.

  • Are you using the email address on file with your institution? Typically this is your school-specific .edu account, however, not all schools use institutional email accounts. If your school does not, it would be the main email account you have on record with the school.

  • Are you typing the invitation code correctly? It is case-sensitive.

  • Are you using the link sent to your email account? You cannot accept an invitation if it was forwarded to you from someone else, even if you are using your credentials.

  • Have you tried using the main acceptance link? To accept your invitation, go to: Register by using the e-mail address on file with your university and entering the case-sensitive invitation code found in your invitation letter.

If you have tried these steps and still cannot accept your invitation, please contact the National Office.