Monmouth University’s Leon Hess Business School proudly announces that two students will be inducted in to the New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association (NJCBAA) Honor Society. Tyler A. Culley of Brielle, NJ is a senior at Monmouth University and majors in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. Ottaviana De Ruvo of Wood-Ridge, NJ is also a senior and majors in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. Both students will be honored at this year’s induction on Friday, May 3, 2013 at 10 a.m., at the State House in Trenton, NJ. Assemblyman Gary S. Schaer (D) (Deputy Speaker)–District 36 will be attending the Induction Ceremony and will present the citations directly to the students.
In order to recognize the very highest scholastic achievements of undergraduate students who are studying business at two- and four-year colleges in New Jersey, the two- and four-year colleges of business establish the New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association Honor Society, or the NJCBAA Honor Society.
Admission into the NJCBAA Honor Society is open to all students who are pursuing a bachelor’s or associate’s degree in business administration (e.g., management or business administration) or a traditional business discipline (e.g., accounting, finance or marketing). All students who, by their grade point average, are in the top 1% of the total population of business students at their institution who have satisfactorily completed at least 70% of their degree requirements by January 1st of the induction year, and who meet the 35% criterion will be invited to join the NJCBAA Honor Society.
Monmouth University is a leading private institution that offers a comprehensive array of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The University provides students with a highly personalized education that builds the knowledge and confidence of tomorrow’s leaders. Located in West Long Branch, New Jersey, Monmouth University’s magnificent and historic campus is approximately one hour from both New York City and Philadelphia and is within walking distance of the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. Monmouth University is listed in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” and the Princeton Review’s The Best 377 Colleges, and is recognized by the latter as one of the country’s top “green” colleges.