Kappa Beta Delta Purposes of the Society The purposee of Kappa Beta Delta is to encourage and recognize scholarship and accomplishment among students of business, management and administration pursuing associate degrees, and to encourage and promote personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind.
Kappa Beta Delta History
Kappa Beta Delta member institutions are accredited through the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (formerly the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs). ACBSP was formed in 1988 as an accrediting body for business programs, and an Associate Degree Commission established standards in 1991 for accrediting programs at two-year institutions. Since its founding in June 1997, Kappa Beta Delta has been affiliated with ACBSP, and Kappa Beta Delta membership is available exclusively to students enrolled at schools accredited by ACBSP.
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2017 Kappa Beta Delta Scholarship Winners
Kappa Beta Delta Honor Society is proud to announce the 2017 recipients of the Andrew V. Stevenson Scholarship and the ACBSP Regions Merit Scholarship. Congratulations to all of our students and thank you to all those who applied. The 2018 awards application period will open next September.
Andrew V. Stevenson Scholarship
Matthew Cureton – Region 3 - Walters State Community College
Iris McKay DeVault – Region 3 – Walters State Community College
Michelle Jeffries – Region 3 – Lawson State Community College
Benjamin Morrow – Region 3 – Craven Community College
Nicholas Parrott – Region 3 – Wallace State Community College
Lauren Hutson – Region 4 – Ivy Tech Community College - Northwest
Emily Smith – Region 4 – Sinclair Community College
Joseph B. Sommers – Region 4 – Owens Community College
Deborah K. Steele – Region 4 – Sinclair Community College
Philip Charles Baker Wilson – Region 6 – North Arkansas College
Margo Feldman – Region 7 – Skyline College
Luis Hernandez – Region 7 – Skyline College
ACBSP Regions Merit Scholarship
The ACBSP Regions Merit Scholarship is given on behalf of those ACBSP Regions that wish to participate. Each participating ACBSP Region designates and funds the amount of the scholarship. A student from that Region that did not win the Andrew V. Stevenson Scholarship is then chosen. The eligibility and selection criteria is the same as the Andrew V. Stevenson Scholarship.
Tori Lawton - ACBSP Region 2 – Lehigh Carbon Community College
Theron L. Scissom - ACBSP Region 4 – Ivy Tech Community College - Northwest
Tyanna Hughes - ACBSP Region 5 – Pratt Community College
Jesus R. Garza – ACBSP Region 6 – South Texas College
Seng Bu Aung – ACBSP Region 7 – Skyline College
Emily Nunez-Rosario – ACBSP Region 7 – Skyline College