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Since it was first chartered at Chowan in 1966, Phi Beta Lambda has been an academic organization offering students an equivalent to their high school's Future Business Leaders of America. This club, one of the most active on campus, will develop students to be civic leaders and highly successful in tomorrow's world of business.
Juniors and seniors with exceptional grades may be inducted into Sigma Beta Delta, the international honor society in Business, Management and Administration. Since being chartered at Chowan in 1994, Sigma Beta Delta recognizes and encourages scholastic excellence with new membership inductions every spring semester to honor students who have attained superior records in business programs.
Eight times a year, the School of Business also honors business majors with a Student of the Month Award. These students are selected by the faculty for their exemplary academic achievements, campus involvement, and possessing personal qualities that make them good role models for other classmates. A short biographical sketch of the winner is published in the department's newsletter, Business Facts, to honor students who will shape the future of the business world in positive ways.