SALEM, Mass. — Salem State freshman Chloe Kollman-Veit, of Gardiner, was inducted Feb. 22 into the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society along with other first year students who achieved a 3.6 Grade point average or higher as part of the eighth class inducted into the Salem State chapter, according to a news release from the First Year Experience Office at the university.

The first-year students, along with their friends and family, attended the 2019-20 Alpha Lambda Delta induction ceremony, which took place at Veterans Hall in the Ellison Campus center.

During the induction ceremony, new members were sworn into the society and awarded a membership pin and certificate. The Alpha Lambda Delta executive board spoke at the event about the impact that membership has had on their academic success.

Along with student and professional staff from the First Year Experience Office, other members of the Salem State community were featured as speakers for the event. Salem State University Provost and Academic Vice President David Silva congratulated and encouraged the first year students on their honor.

Alpha Lambda Delta at Salem State University re-established itself in 2012 and has inducted more than a 1,000 members since then. These students are now a part of a society that encourages superior academic achievement, community service, and playing a helpful role in society.

With the society’s mission in mind, the Salem State chapter continues to expand its service project opportunities and encourages the academic success of its members through their collegiate experience.


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