Middle Tennessee State University
Taylor Gassett - President
The Middle Tennessee State University Chapter is currently seeking additional officers for this academic year. If you are interested in one of these opportunities, please see the Leadership Opportunity information below or fill out the contact form and select 'Leadership Opportunities' as your inquiry.
The most engaging and active leadership roles are filling the role of a Chapter officer. This is an opportunity to develop hands on experience in communication, project planning & execution, team building, and time management. Elections occur once per year, typically in early spring. Click here to read a brief description of each officer position.
Scholarships and Awards
Scholarships and Awards range from $100 to $5000 and are available for both undergraduate members as well as members furthering their academic endeavors through post-graduate study. Applications are available at the beginning of April each year and are due to the Scholarship Committee by the end of May. For more information, please view the Scholarship page.
Tassels, Honor Cords & Honor Stoles are available from the SAL Store.
Scholarship and Award Recipients from this Chapter
Renisha Hall - Path the Excellence Award, 2014
Kaylyn Gerth - Chapter Leadership Award, 2011
Laurelyn Kelley - New Member Award, 2011
Caleb Hayes - New Member Award, 2011
Lindsey DuVall - New Member Award, 2010
Home Town Huddle
The Middle Tennessee State University Chapter members recently volunteered at an event called “Home Town Huddle.” Members and officers went to the local Boys & Girls Club with MTSU student affairs who actually sponsored this event. (more…)
The Next Door
Many of SAL’s chapters find ways throughout the semester to get out into the community and help out a local organization. Members at Middle Tennessee State University spent a day at The Next Door, a half-way house for women. They put together a meal for the women of chili, cornbread, salad and cookies. (more…)
Insight 5K Walk
Sigma Alpha Lambda members at Middle Tennessee State University volunteered at the Insight 5K Walk for the Tennessee School of the Blind. SAL volunteers assisted with the handling of the money for the raffle and also helped sign people up. They were then each were assigned to assist a blind member along the trail and help them get beverages and snacks and read their raffle tickets as the prizes were called out. (more…)