The National Society of Leadership and Success
|limited liability company (LLC)|
|Headquarters||Hoboken, New Jersey, USA|
Number of locations
|Chapters at 475 campuses|
The National Society of Leadership and Success (also known as Sigma Alpha Pi) is a student leadership honor society founded in 2001, providing a leadership development program, speaker broadcasts, scholarships and awards. As of April 2015, the Society had 463,344 members, as well as chapters on more than 475 college campuses. It is headquartered in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Scholarships and awards
According to an article in a University of Connecticut publication, a few parents of college students have expressed concern about the organization's fees and for-profit status. However, the same article notes that both for-profit and non-profit honor societies charge fees.
- "Students Receive National Leadership Award", Bradley University, 30 April 2015.
- "Surry’s ‘March Madness’ event helps food pantry". Julie S. Pharr, Elkin Tribune, March 26, 2015
- "Students Bring Leadership Society to Campus". The State University of New York. SUNY Cortland. 2015-03-10.
- "Fall 2014 Winners", National Society of Leadership and Success, Accessed 16 May 2015.