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Saint Paul College Chapter of Kappa Beta Delta Inducts 13 New Members

​​​​Saint Paul College inducted 13 students into Kappa Beta Delta on March 4, 2021. Kappa Beta Delta logoKappa Beta Delta is the national honor society for associate degree business schools accredited by the ACBSP, the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. Only institutions with ACBSP accredited business programs are eligible to establish a Kappa Beta Delta Chapter.

Students who meet the high standards qualify to receive lifetime recognition. As the highest national recognition an associate degree candidate in business can earn, KBD membership on one’s resume adds significant value in the marketplace.

Students joining Kappa Beta Delta become part of a team whose goal is to bring meaningful programming to students at Saint Paul College. To be eligible, Saint Paul College business students must have completed 16 credit hours, rank in the top 20 percent of business students, and have a minimum GPA of 3.2.​

Saint Paul is the top community college in the state, and their business transfer program stood out the most to me compared to other schools. I love the diversity and the solid student resources that Saint Paul College has to offer. My goals in the future are to become an international marketing coordinator while successfully running my own business as an entrepreneur

​Tazia N. Davis, KBD Member

I enjoyed my teachers here at Saint Paul College. One of my professors at this school was probably one of the best teachers I have ever had. I plan to be a regional GM or higher for Marriott. I want to be part of their OSR team that goes around from new property to new property helping the team open hotels

Sage Geddes, KBD Member

I chose Saint Paul College because of the diversity and various unique academic programs. It is one of the top-tier 2-year institutions with solid faculty, resources, and students. My goal for the future is to transition into a new career with an end goal of being an entrepreneur.

Harriet Kerubo Omori Glumack, KBD Member

Con​​gratulations to each of the 13 new KBD members for Spring 2021 semester!
Tazia N. Davis

Tazia N. Davis

Sage Geddes

Sage Geddes

Harriet Kerubo Omori Glumackn

Harriet Kerubo Omori Glumack


Spring 2021 Inductees (not pictured) include:

  • Chanel Aboua
  • Kayla Bennett
  • John Chaney
  • Christopher Her
  • Yusuf Kamal
  • Susan Klecker
  • Taylor McKinzie
  • Shelby Pabon
  • Sasha Powell
  • Angela Varness

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