Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX)
Baker College of Auburn Hills has been granted a Chapter of Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX), the national honor society in paralegal and legal assistant studies, which was founded in by the American Association for Paralegal Education (AAfPE). There are approximately 94 chapters throughout the United States with well over 1,000 inductees who have been honored for their outstanding academic achievements. Only a handful of Michigan Institutions have been awarded an LEX chapter.
In order to be considered for induction into LEX, a student must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.50 and have also completed at least two-thirds of the paralegal program requirements. There is also a one-time exemption for graduates that met the grade point average requirement. Inductees are entered into the permanent records of LEX and are recognized through a formal ceremony and the awarding of a Certificate of Induction and a special pin, provided by the National Coordinator of LEX.