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Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Societies

duckbuttduckbutt Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
hi i just got an email for this because my GPA was above a 3.5 i was wondering if it was worth joining this and how it could benefit me or is it a waste of time?

its asking for 70$ and that's kind of a lot for me right now but it if it is worth it then i'd be willing to fork over the membership fee.

thank you!!
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Replies to: Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Societies

  • BoelterHallBoelterHall Registered User Posts: 2,929 Senior Member
    My opinion - - If money is not an issue, then join it. Worst that could happen is networking and something on your transcript. Outside of that, I think it's a waste of time unless you want to be involved in a student group.

    To me, it's not worth joining because it's not very prestigious. Everyone who tried hard for the first quarter could easily get a 3.5. Someone who took 3 GEs and got even A- average could get in. Save your money for honor societies within your department or Golden Key when you get a chance to join those.
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