Departmental Honors Award –
Presented to the outstanding business administration or accounting major.
P.I.C.P.A. (Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants) Award –
Awarded to the outstanding accounting major.
Wall Street Journal Award –
Given to a distinguished business administration major.
Each award is presented to a student who possesses high academic achievements, exemplifies model characteristics and performs above the required expectations.
Chi Eta Sigma Commerce Honorary:
The Arthur McGonigal Department of Business Administration and Accounting has an honorary commerce society into which students can be inducted. Students can be inducted into Chi Eta Sigma based on their academic achievements, positive interactions with other students and faculty and model characteristics.
The grade point average requirement for induction is as follows: overall grade-point average of 3.25 and a grade-point average within your major of 3.50. Induction can take place during a student’s junior or senior year. Inductees graduate with departmental honors and receive departmental cords to wear during commencement. Professor Huddleston is the advisor.
Business Honors Seminar:
Any junior or senior with a major in the Arthur McGonigal Department of Business Administration and Accounting may join this seminar class (BADM 574). Research and class work prepare students for bi-weekly discussions with senior executives. The seminar format is an integrating process which also helps students form a personal style of management, eclectically based on input from successful business professionals. This input is provided by corporate presidents in personal, informal visits to the seminar. Professor Miller is the advisor.
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of the student's present involvement and future commitment to entrepreneurial activity. To maintain scholarships, students must continue to demonstrate entrepreneurial interest, actively participate in The Haller Enterprise Institute and maintain good academic standing.
For returning students, the annual scholarship application deadline is March 1.
For incoming freshmen, the annual scholarship application deadline is March 25.
Haller Enterprise Institute Scholarship Terms:
1. Haller Scholarships are awarded on an annual basis and must be reapplied for each spring semester.
2. All scholarship recipients are expected to participate in scheduled Haller Enterprise Institute events, such as "The Entrepreneur of the Year" program.
3. Failure to comply with the terms of the scholarship will result in its termination.
The Haller Enterprise Institute Scholarship Information and Application