Columbia College–Lake Ozark Student Danielle Kreutzer Inducted into Sigma Beta Delta

Columbia College–Lake Ozark student Danielle Kreutzer has been inducted into the Columbia College Chapter of Sigma Beta Delta, announced Dr. Kenneth A. Middleton, Columbia College Chair of Business Administration.A formal induction ceremony was held on Fri., April 23 on the Columbia College–Jefferson City campus.

Kreutzer, a senior business administration major from Four Seasons, Mo., maintains a 3.894 GPA. Membership in this honored chapter is reserved for juniors and seniors who rank in the top 20 percent of his or her class with at least a 3.5 GPA and have completed a minimum of 30 credit hours at Columbia College.

“This is a well-deserved honor for Danielle and her efforts toward academic excellent are commendable,” Dr. John Keeney, director of Columbia College–Lake Ozark said. “We are proud of our business administration program and this honor is a tribute to our faculty and students and the quality work they do on a daily basis.”

Columbia College, a private, nonprofit institution, was founded in Missouri in 1851 as Christian Female College, the first women’s college west of the Mississippi River to be chartered by a state legislature. The college changed its name to Columbia College in 1970 when it became coeducational.

The Lake Ozark campus was established in 1990. In 2004, a new 17,400-square-foot building was constructed, completed in spring 2005. The first classes held in the new facility began in June 2005.

Columbia College educates more than 26,000 students each year and has more than 64,000 alumni worldwide. For more information on the Lake Ozark campus, visit