Adult Student Organizations
Span Plan Adult Student Services at Purdue offers two adult student organizations:
Purdue Adult Student (PAS) Network
The Purdue Adult Student Network is a student organization that strives to connect adult nontraditional students to Purdue and other students.
Alpha Sigma Lambda (ASL)
ASL is a national honor society for adult nontraditional students based on scholarship and leadership. In addition to membership, ASL offers scholarships during the spring semester. The 2013 deadline for having your application materials submitted to the Span Plan office in Schleman 207 is Monday, April 15, 2013. Information about its scholarship program can be found on the ASL website. Applicants do not have to be a member of ASL to qualify for an ASL scholarship. A Purdue adult nontraditional student was awarded one of the ASL national scholarships.
Membership to Alpha Sigma Lambda is by invitation only. Invitations to join ASL are extended to qualified students during the spring semester.
The 2012 induction ceremony was held on April 22nd in Schleman Hall.
Four outstanding staff f members were inducted as honorary members to recognize their ongoing support for the adult student population of Purdue University.
- Beverly Davis, Associate Professor, Organizational Leadership and Supervision
- Mary Dugan, Assistant Professor, Library Sciences
- Sharon Kraebber, Lead Academic Advisor, Organizational Leadership and Supervision
- Michelle Summers, Associate Professor, Organizational Leadership and Supervision
Five outstanding Purdue adult nontraditional students were inducted:
Brooke Chattlin, Kyle Claiborne, Shannon Duda, Linda L. Jones and Daniel Stern.
2012 officers JD Hysong, Vice President; Brenda Kauffman, Secretary, Dorothy Hughes, Chapter Advisor; Shannon Duda. President