Mercyhurst non-traditional students earn honor society recognition

Mercyhurst College will induct five adult students into the Alpha Sigma Lambda national honorary society for non-traditional students on Thursday, April 22.

The students include Erie residents: Jeremy Johnson, a junior political science major; Richard Langdon, a junior psychology-neuroscience major; Qusai Saleh, a freshman biology major; and Andrew Zuber, a senior business management major; along with Girard resident Robin Green, a junior business management major.

To be selected for membership, students must be ranked in the top 10 percent of their class. The ranking includes all students – traditional and adult.

Alpha Sigma Lambda was founded in 1946 as a way of recognizing adult students who have achieved the highest academic standards while balancing the responsibilities of family, work and community.

“The students we inducted today are among the most talented students at Mercyhurst,” said Dr. Michael Lyden, vice president of enrollment and director of Mercyhurst Adult & Graduate Programs. “We are very proud of them and what they have accomplished.”
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