SXU's Graham School receives 'high honors' for Beta Gamma Sigma honor society
Saint Xavier University (SXU) Graham School of Management's (GSM) Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter recently received high honors based on its "Chapter Year in Review" and Chapter Management System (CMS). This status is indicative of an institution where academic excellence is valued and where the faculty officers of the chapter work diligently to enhance Beta Gamma Sigma's stature on campus.
"I am happy to share the distinct honor achieved by the GSM under the leadership of Dr. Song Wang," said Acting Dean Faisal Rahman, Ph.D. "We should indeed be very proud of all our students and faculty. This affirms our continuous efforts to be the best among the best."
In order to be considered for this honor, the GSM had to complete its "Chapter Year in Review" application and showcase its extensive involvement of Beta Gamma Sigma activities. This recognition, alongside its AACSB accreditation, allows for GSM's chapter to be in the league of other great schools and strengthens people's recognition of Saint Xavier University.
Currently, there are 300 students inducted into GSM's Beta Gamma Sigma chapter. Those interested in being inducted into this prestigious honor society need to be ranked among the top 10 percent of all GSM students as an undergraduate student; and among the top 20 percent as a graduate student. The lowest GPS for Beta Gamma Sigma inductees in 2017 was 3.8 on a 4.0 scale.
Please join SXU in congratulating the Graham School of Management on this wonderful honor!