Top business students inducted into international honor society

Mon Apr 30, 2018 at 04:04 PM

Kappa Beta DeltaNorth Arkansas College announces the induction of four new members into the Kappa Beta Delta International Honor Society. Kappa Beta Delta was established to encourage and recognize scholarship and accomplishment in the pursuit and completion of studies in business, management and administration which culminates in the conferral of the associate degree.

Northark’s Beta Mu Chapter was chartered in 2011 for students who are enrolled in institutions accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). 

Kappa Beta Delta provides an opportunity for the faculty to recognize outstanding academic achievements. Students invited to membership must meet or exceed criteria which places them in the top 20%; this year’s inductees have a combined average GPA of 3.97.

The Business and IT Department at North Arkansas College congratulates the students that were inducted during the annual Kappa Beta Delta/Phi Beta Lambda Awards Ceremony on April 23 at the Durand Center.

Photo Cutline: New members are, from left to right: Amanda R. Lawson of Hindsville, AR, Associate of Science in Business; Jennifer L. McMillan, of Eureka Springs, AR, Business Administration-Management; Sharon K. McCoy of Lowell, AR, Business Administration-Management; and Ruth E. Martin of Marshall, AR, Business Administration-Accounting.

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