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Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) is a national scholastic and professional society for accounting and finance students. BAP encourages and gives recognition to academic and professional excellence in business.
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Founded in 1919, Beta Alpha Psi is an honor organization for financial information students and professionals. There are over 300 chapters on college and university campuses with over 300,000 members initiated since Beta Alpha Psi's formation.
The purpose of Beta Alpha Psi is to:
Learn more about BAP’s national background at bap.org/about.
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Belonging to a DePaul Vincentian Community greatly influences the way our students act and behave. Our Beta Alpha Psi - Beta Gamma chapter realizes the significance of adopting a Vincentian mentality in our endeavors and so we have created initiatives to reflect this. Our chapter has crafted several partnerships with community organizations in the Chicagoland area. Below are a sample of these partnerships.
Junior Achievement (JA) empowers K-12 students with work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills and experiential learning. JA impacts 4 million students in more than 173,000 classrooms. JA students develop the skills they need to experience the realities and opportunities of work and entrepreneurship in the 21st-century global marketplace. BAP is involved with JA through participating in JA in a Day events through teaching at a local elementary school for the day.
Children's Memorial Hospital: In the past, our BAP members have visited the Brown Family Life Center to work on arts and crafts with patients residing there. We have worked on everything from self-portraits to bracelets and Halloween crafts, and more. It's always a great experience for our members.
Membership in Beta Alpha Psi includes those persons of good moral character who have achieved scholastic and/or professional excellence in the fields of accounting, finance or information systems, who have been initiated by an existing chapter and who remain in good standing.
All students that meet the above requirements may apply for membership in the fall, winter or spring.
The requirements for full membership include:
This is a lifetime membership. All members are invited to exclusive networking events, including early entrance to Meet the Firms, and membership status for your résumé and professional networking.
All students that meet the above requirements may apply for membership in the fall, winter or spring. The pledge process must be completed prior to the initiation banquet in order for an applicant (pledge) to be initiated with their pledge class. Initial requirements include attendance at the following events:
Ongoing Annual Requirements include attendance at three events per quarter, with a combination of professional, social and/or volunteer event.
Students who are early in DePaul may be eligible to be a candidate. The requirements for a candidate membership include:
Beta Alpha Psi would like to thank Ledger & Quill for its continuous support in financing and promoting our organization. We hope that our relationship thrives for years to come, as together, we continue to foster excellence and professionalism in our students.
Ledger & Quill is the donor society of alumni and friends of DePaul University’s School of Accountancy & MIS. Established in 1972, the mission of L&Q is to provide ongoing financial support toward student scholarships, faculty development and sponsorship of the school’s programs and activities.
For news about the School of Accountancy & MIS and Ledger & Quill, visit the General Journal.