Premedical Honor Society

Alpha Epsilon Delta Premedical Honor Society
Arkansas Alpha Chapter
Est. 1938

AED graduates 2006

Alpha Epsilon Delta is a national premedical honor society. The Arkansas Alpha chapter is a student governed body that has been continuously active on our campus since 1938. AED offers leadership opportunities, fosters community service participation, hosts guest speakers, and provides premedical students with an opportunity to learn from each other.


AED logoLook for a list of Premedical events on the AED Website

Please note: you do NOT need to be a member of AED to participate in the premed activities offered through AED. Our meetings and social events are for all premed students on campus.

How do I join AED?

Applications are available each fall. You will receive notification through the AED listserv. 

There is a a one-time fee of $75 for national dues and a one-time fee of $10 for local Chapter dues ($85 total).

The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville is the site of the first AED chapter in the state of Arkansas. Our charter was granted in 1938!

To become a member of the premedical honor society, AED, you need to have completed 44 semester hours and have an overall GPA of 3.20 and a science and math GPA of 3.20 or greater. Most premed students apply to be members in the spring semester of their sophomore year.

AED National Office

TCU Box 298810
Fort Worth, TX 76129
National AED Office website

University of Arkansas Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta National Premedical Honor Society.