Association of College Honor Societies


Sigma Beta Delta

Business, Management, and Administration

Admitted to ACHS: 1994

Founded January 16, 1994 at La Jolla, California, by Beta Gamma Sigma with initial three founding chapters established at Belmont University, North Carolina State University, and Morehouse College.

No of Active Chapters: 244

Total Membership: 85788

Annual/current Membership: 5500

Publications: Aspirations

PURPOSE: The purpose of Sigma Beta Delta is to promote higher scholarship in business and to recognize and reward scholastic achievement in business and economic subjects.

ELIGIBILITY: Candidates for bachelor's and master's degrees who rank in the upper 20% of their class at the time of invitation to membership may be inducted into membership following completion of at least one half of the degree program in which they enrolled. Undergraduates may be inducted as early as their junior year. Doctoral students who have completed all requirements for that degree may be inducted without restriction as to number. Sigma Beta Delta chapters are established in U.S. colleges and universities that grant the associate, baccalaureate, or higher degrees and that are accredited by one of the regional accrediting agencies. The society allows for the establishment of chapters at non-U.S. institutions provided they meet and maintain standards and requirements with regard to mission and quality.

MAJOR ACTIVITIES: Sigma Beta Delta annually awards scholarships to undergraduate and master's students.

OFFICIAL CONTACT: Peter Banholzer, Executive Director, 1 University Blvd, Provincial House P11, St. Louis, MO  63121

Tel: (314) 516-4723  Fax: (314) 516-4455

Email: [email protected]  

Updated: 8/23/2018