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Beta Alpha Psi. Zeta Theta Chapter University at Buffalo. BAY. 2011 - 2012 Officers. Riana Hersch President Brittany Schaub Vice President of Technicals Jeffrey NuddVice President of Candidates Gilbert ChengTreasurer

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Beta alpha psi

Beta Alpha Psi

Zeta Theta Chapter

University at Buffalo

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2011 2012 officers

2011 - 2012 Officers

Riana HerschPresident

Brittany SchaubVice President of Technicals

Jeffrey NuddVice President of Candidates

Gilbert ChengTreasurer

Erica KellyReporting Secretary

Allan ReidCorresponding Secretary

Fannie WangCommunications Secretary

Prof. Kathy NesperFaculty Advisor

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What is beta alpha psi

What is Beta Alpha Psi?

Beta Alpha Psi is a nonprofit international honorary and service organization for accounting, finance and information systems students. It provides opportunities for development of technical and professional skills to complement university education; participation in community service; and interaction among students, faculty and professionals.

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What is Beta Alpha Psi?

In other words…

Beta Alpha Psi is an international honors organization that enhances the university educational experience by providing students with opportunities to:

  • Interact with finance, information systems and accounting professionals

  • Develop strong relationships with university faculty

  • Become an active member in the community and university

  • Develop the skills to complement technical knowledge

    Zeta Theta Chapter is a Superior Status Chapter that has been recognized for multiple achievements over the years.

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Chapter activities

Chapter Activities

  • Professional Activities include:

    • Meet the Professionals Night

    • Technical Presentations by Professionals

    • Initiation Banquet

    • Accounting Department Banquet

    • 30th Anniversary Banquet

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Chapter Activities

Service Activities include:

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  • Linda Yalem Safety Run

VITA

  • Habitat For

  • Humanity


Other service activities

Other Service Activities

  • Adopt a Highway

  • Relay for Life

  • Blood Drive

  • Tutoring

  • Buffalo City Mission

  • MICE Program

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Chapter Activities

International & Regional Activities include:

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Atlantic Coast

Regional Meeting

Last Year:

Providence, RI

This Year:

Stamford, CT

March 23-24

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  • Annual Meeting

Last Summer:

Denver, CO

Next Summer:

Baltimore, MD

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  • Go for the Gold Status

  • at Annual Meetings

Chance to Win Recognition for UB

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  • Project Run With It

  • at Annual Meetings

Chance to Win Recognition for UB

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Chapter Activities

And now for the fun part…

Social & Sporting Activities include:

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  • Upcoming Social Events:

  • Beta BBQ

  • Paintball

  • Bowling

  • Ice Skating

  • Sabres Game


Buddy program

Buddy Program

  • Each new candidate will be assigned to a committee

  • The committee chair will serve as a mentor for the candidates in their committee

  • Candidates will be expected to keep in touch with their mentors to stay up to date

  • Mentors will be responsible to get new candidates involved in club activities

  • Mentors will facilitate the transition from candidate to member

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How do i become a candidate

How do I become a candidate?

If you are an Accounting student…

  • Must have completed and received an average 3.3 GPA in MGA 201/202 and an overall 3.0 GPA

  • Must have and maintain a 3.3 GPA in all accounting courses, including MGA 301, 303, and 311 (fall) and MGA 302 and 314 (spring) in order to become members

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How do I become a candidate?

If you are a Finance student…

  • Must have completed or be currently taking MGF405, 401, 402, 403, or MGA305, or 306

  • Must have completed and have a 3.3 GPA in MGA 201/202

  • Must have taken or be enrolled in MGF301

  • Must maintain a 3.3 overall Finance GPA

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How do I become a candidate?

If you are a MIS student…

  • Must have completed CSE 113

  • Must have completed and have a 3.3 GPA in MGA 201/202

  • Must have taken or be enrolled in MGS351, MGS402, 404 or 405

  • Must maintain a 3.3 overall MIS GPA

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How do I become a candidate?

If you are a graduate student…

  • Must have declared a concentration in Accounting, Finance or MIS

  • Must have completed at least one semester of graduate study if undergraduate concentration was not Accounting, Finance, or MIS or have a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.5

  • Must have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.3 in all graduate level courses

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How do I become a candidate?

If you are a sophomore student:

  • Must have a 3.0 overall GPA

  • Must complete MGA 201/202 with an average GPA of 3.3 or higher (TBD End of Spring 2012)

  • Must maintain average GPA of 3.3 or higher in ALL accounting courses, including MGA 301, 303, 311 (TBD end of Fall 2012)

  • Must meet candidate requirements in Spring 2012

  • Must remain active in Fall 2012

  • Will be inducted in January 2013


Candidate requirements

Candidate Requirements

  • During this semester all candidates must:

  • Attend a minimum of 80% of all BAP events. This includes:

    • 66% of all technical events

    • 66% of all general meetings (4/5)

    • 4 hours of community service

    • Tutor at least 6 hours per semester (1 hour every other week)

    • 8 hours of VITA

  • Actively participate in at least 1 committee

  • Submit unofficial transcript, candidate application, and pay dues ($80) by January 23, 5pm

  • Submit essay and candidate quiz by February 13, 5pm

  • Complete candidate interview by February 31

    • Turn all documents into Beta mail file in Alfiero 206C

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Sophomore candidate requirements

Sophomore Candidate Requirements

  • During this semester all sophomore candidates must:

  • Attend a minimum of 80% of all BAP events. This includes:

    • 66% of all technical events

    • 66% of all general meetings (4/5)

    • 4 hours of community service

    • Tutor at least 6 hours per semester (1 hour every other week)

    • 8 hours of VITA

  • Actively participate in at least 1 committee

  • Submit unofficial transcript, candidate application, and pay dues ($25) by January 23, 5pm

  • Submit essay and candidate quiz by February 13, 5pm

  • Complete candidate interview by February 31

    • Turn all documents into Beta mail file in Alfiero 206C

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Upcoming events

Upcoming Events

  • First General Meeting

    • January 24, 5:30pm, Alfiero 104

  • Initiation Banquet

    • January 26, 6pm, Banchettis

    • Business Professional

    • All initiates are required to attend

  • VITA Training Dates

    • January 21, 28, and 29, 9am, Capen 201

      **All technicals and general meetings are business casual**

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International website

International Website

International Website: http://bap.org/

The Program for Chapter Activities (PCA)

  • This document gives detailed information on BAP Chapter Activities and more. If you are thinking about pledging, this is an important document to get familiar with.

  • It can be downloaded from the National BAP site

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Important information

Important Information

  • Chapter Website

    • http://wings.buffalo.edu/mgtclubs/Beta_Alpha_Psi/Home.html

  • Beta Office

    • Alfiero 206 G

  • Tutoring Room (ARC)

    • Jacobs 322

  • Beta Mail File

    • Alfiero 206 C

  • Riana’s e-mail

    • [email protected]

  • Jeff’s e-mail

    • [email protected]


Questions

Questions?

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