Columbia College-Fort Leonard Wood inducts 12 students into Sigma Beta Delta

From left to right: Theresa Ritter, Mike Siegel (Columbia College-Fort Leonard Wood director), Amos Long and Kris Eldridge
Twelve Columbia College-Fort Leonard Wood students were inducted into Sigma Beta Delta honor society during a ceremony on April 26. Congratulations to the following students: Veronica Byrd, Amanda Dunlap, Milana Taylor, Hope Secrest, Amos Long, Sarah Lozano, Nicholas Barker, Kris Eldridge, Theresa Ritter, Rachel Tarbox, Mikel Smith and Sean Reilly.
 “The meaning of Sigma Beta Delta is evident in the individuals who have achieved this distinction. The Greek word Sigma stands for wisdom, Beta signifies honor and Delta signifies the pursuit of meaningful aspirations,” said Gary Robinson, Fort Leonard Wood business faculty. “The business instructors of Columbia College-Fort Leonard Wood have had the privilege of facilitating the academic growth of each of these students and wish them success in all of their endeavors.”

The purpose of Sigma Beta Delta is to encourage and recognize scholarship and achievement among students of business, management and administration, and to encourage and promote personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind. Membership is reserved for juniors and seniors who are within the top 15 percent of their class.


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I want personally express my congratulations to all inductees for Sigma Beta Delta. Your academic achievements reflect great credit upon yourself and on Columbia College - Fort Leonard Wood. Continue to set the standard for excellence! - Brian Bilderback, Assistant Director