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Sigma Beta Delta Delta Sigma Pi Phi Beta Lambda
Pi Omega Pi Society for Human Resource Management Students in Free Enterprise



Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society

in Business, Management and Administration



Dr. Patrica Lutt (President)

GH 111G; 402-375-7250


Jerry Conway (Vice-President)

GH 206B; 402-375-7029


Dr. Laura Dendinger (Secretary/Treasurer/Advisor)

GH 111E; 402-375-7020


Qualifications for Membership

Membership in Sigma Beta Delta is limited to those students of high scholarship and good moral character. Students inducted are classified as seniors and in the top 20% of their academic class. Honorary members are individuals who have distinguished themselves in the practice of business, management or administration.


$50 one time fee



The purpose of Sigma Beta Delta is to encourage and recognize scholarship and accomplishment among students of business, management, and administration; and to encourage and promote aspirations toward personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind.



Delta Sigma Pi



Jerry Conway

GH 206B; 402-375-7029


Dr. Vaughn Benson

GH 106; 402-375-7245


Qualifications for Membership

Fulltime students with a 2.5 or higher

GPA, working toward a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, must have leadership ability, and must have at least two active semesters left.



$75.00 per semester



Professional business fraternity which brings students of business closer to the commercial world. Provides social grace, poise and

confidence necessary for success in the business world. The International

Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi provides a Scholarship Key to be awarded to

the highest ranking business graduate each year.


Phi Beta Lambda



Dr. Laura Dendinger

GH 111E; 402-375-7020


Jason Barelman

SC 101; 402-375-7487


Qualifications for Membership

Any student with a strong interest in

business. Must be a business major or minor.



$35.00 a year for new members; $30.00 a year for returning members



Professional business organization in conjunction with its

high school affiliate, Future Business Leaders of America. Promotes

service, education, and leadership in a business atmosphere. State

and national competitions and conferences held in the fall, spring,

and summer.

Pi Omega Pi



Dr. Patricia Arneson

GH 206F; 402-375-7255


Qualifications for Membership

Business teacher education major

with a min. cumulative GPA of 3.0



$60.00 one-time national dues, no local dues or fees.



Business education honorary designed to reward and

encourage academic achievement, as well as to provide educational,

professional, and social activities appropriate for business teachers.

This group sponsors and hosts the annual Business Competition Day event on the Wayne State campus.


Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)



Dr. Patricia Arneson

GH 206F; 402-375-7255


Kara Vogt

HA 211; 402-375-7403


Qualifications for Membership

Major or minor in human resources, or related interest in human resources.



$50.00 ($35.00 for national membership in SHRM, $15.00 local

chapter dues)



Undergraduate professional student organization in human

resources, designed to foster professional growth through activities,

speakers, tours, and other Human Resources related projects.


SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise)



Dr. Chuck Parker

GH 111K; 402-375-7036


Qualifications for Membership

Open to anyone interested in promoting the free enterprise system.






The main goal of the organization is for participants to develop

leadership, teamwork and communication skills through learning,

practicing and teaching the principles of free enterprise. Past projects have

included making presentations in area schools, running businesses on campus and traveling to leadership conferences and regional competitions.




BSEC Related Links

School Newsletter

2013-14 added!

Apr. 1, 2015

ITE Competition


Apr. 11, 2015

Robotics Competition (In the Lifelong Learning Center at Northeast Community College)


Apr. 16, 2015

Business Competition Day (7am-3pm) - we will get you the updated forms when the time gets closer

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