Normal campus recognizes top undergraduates
Lincoln College inducted fifteen students into the Alpha Beta Epsilon chapter of the Alpha Sigma Lambda (ASL) National Honor Society in a special ceremony held on the Normal campus on Nov. 8. ASL membership recognizes non-traditional students who achieve academic excellence while managing the competing interests and challenges of home and work. The Lincoln College inductees represent both the College’s traditional baccalaureate program and the Accelerated Bridge to Education (ABE) adult degree completion program.
The fall 2014 Lincoln College Alpha Beta Epsilon chapter inductees are: Casey Arr (Bloomington), Joan Bisco-Haney (Normal), Stephanie Claudio (Lincoln), Matthew Costa (Springfield), Lee Drinan (Bloomington), Kelli Hogan (Bloomington), Virginia Howard (Bloomington), Brooke Kaufman (Lincoln), Andrew Kemp (Normal), Joseph King (Gridley), Jennifer Miller (Bloomington), Megan Nelson (Bloomington), Callie Neumann (Bloomington), Cathy Newberry (Clinton), and April Smith (Bloomington).
Founded in 1945, Alpha Sigma Lambda is dedicated to recognizing high scholastic achievement among adult students and encouraging those students to continue toward their goal of an associate or baccalaureate degree. The Lincoln College-Normal chapter has been active since 2008.