BAP is an honors organization for students interested in becoming financial information professionals.
“I am very proud of the BAP members,” said Dr. Julie Ravenscraft, BAP faculty advisor. She noted how hard the organization worked to receive superior status during a difficult year.
What’s superior status?
BAP chapters strive to reach one of these achievement levels:
- Mission-based chapter.
- Distinguished chapter.
- Superior chapter.
Chapters receive superior status recognition by exhibiting dedication to BAP and meeting the necessary award requirements.
By receiving superior status, the Theta Pi chapter will get a financial award and a recognition plaque or plate.
To obtain superior status, chapters must provide proof of:
- Beginning-, middle- and end-of-year reports.
- Outreach activities.
- Professional activities.
- Service activities.
About Theta Pi
Accounting, finance and information technology majors can join the Theta Pi chapter.
The chapter’s goal is to connect students with industry professionals, provide professional development opportunities for members and serve the greater Springfield community through community service events.
“The BAP chapter has an excellent group of student officers leading the organization this year,” Ravenscraft said. “The chapter worked hard to recruit new members and were very successful. It was flexible and adaptable during such a challenging time.”