Three TESU students were inducted into the New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association (NJCBAA) Honor Society on May 5. The ceremony took place at Rutgers Business School in Piscataway.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration students Lisa Barnickol of Maple Shade, Anam Husain of Kendall Park, and Camille Wilson of North Bergen were honored during the event.
“This is a well-deserved recognition of our student’s academic achievements and commitment to excellence,” noted Alicia Malone, assistant dean in the School of Business and Management at the University. “It’s particularly gratifying to see TESU students who typically balance multiple responsibilities outside of their coursework achieve such high levels of academic success.”
Established in 2003, the NJCBAA Honor Society recognizes students who are pursuing associate or bachelor’s degrees in business administration. Students must be in the top 1 percent (by grade point average) of the total population enrolled in business programs at their institution and must have completed at least 70 percent of their degree requirements as of Jan. 1 of the induction year to qualify.
For more information on the programs available in the School of Business and Management, visit tesu.edu/business.