Beta Alpha Psi is a national Accounting, Finance, and Information Technologies honors fraternity. Beta Alpha Psi's purpose is to prepare business students to participate in the professional business environment by providing exposure to current accounting and financial issues and professional and social activities. By providing up-to-date information in various areas affecting their career, our members become more marketable and valuable in the business world. Our chapter has been named the Richard Chaifetz School of Business Organization of the Year twice!

Benefits include: 

  • Developing interpersonal communication skills by meeting and networking with members of accounting firms and other BAP students
  • Finding out more about various internship and job opportunities.
  • Learning about a variety of different topics in the accounting, finance, and IT industries
  • Becoming a proactive member of the community through service
  • Meeting other students, and industry professionals at fun social events like our annual trivia night
  • Membership in a highly regarded organization that looks great on a resume.

We meet every other Thursday at 4:00 P.M. in room 330 in Cook Hall. During these meetings we have professionals from each field that provide information about different experiences that they have encountered in the business world. This also allows members to meet other students with the same interests, while developing important contacts with various firms.

General requirements include:
  • Minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • 10 Hours Community Service
  • Regular Attendance at Meetings
  • Must Complete First Major Specific Course
    • Acct 3110 or 3220 for Accounting
    • Fin 3330 or 3630 for Finance
    • ITM 3100 for Information Technology
  • Dues: $75 first semester, $50 following semesters

President Matt Shelly accepts BAP's second consecutive Business School Organization of the Year award.