Berkeley College Inducts Middlesex County Students Into National Honor Societies

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MIDDLESEX COUNTY — Dario A. Cortes, PhD, President of Berkeley College, recently announced that students from Middlesex County have been inducted into national honor societies at Berkeley College.

“Our Berkeley College students who have been inducted into national honor societies have shown that they deeply value education. I hope that their love of learning continues when they enter the world as leaders in our local and global communities,” Dr. Cortes said.

The following students from Middlesex County were inducted:

  • Lucy Almanzar of Perth Amboy, Financial Management Association
  • Umair Ashraf of Perth Amboy, Alpha Sigma Lambda
  • Virginia Blanco of Edison, Phi Theta Kappa
  • Lisa Frankfurt of Old Bridge, Phi Theta Kappa
  • Fahteema Freeman of Carteret, Alpha Sigma Lambda
  • Melanee Gellekanao of North Brunswick, Financial Management Association
  • Joy Gonzalez of Middlesex, Alpha Sigma Lambda
  • Agnieszka Grockowska of Sayreville, Alpha Sigma Lambda
  • Leela Guyasingh of South Amboy, Financial Management Association and Sigma Beta Delta
  • Romus Habyk of Edison, Phi Theta Kappa
  • Allyson Hopewell of South River, Phi Theta Kappa
  • Cherri Long of Monmouth Junction, Alpha Sigma Lambda, Phi Theta Kappa and Sigma Beta Delta
  • Barbara Majewski of Woodbridge, Phi Theta Kappa
  • Alesandra Miralda of Carteret, Phi Theta Kappa
  • Kayla Oyola of Colonia, Financial Management Association
  • Ashleigh Pennewaert of Iselin, Phi Theta Kappa
  • Alexander Perricone of Avenel, Sigma Beta Delta
  • Bryon Raisch of Old Bridge, Mu Kappa Tau
  • Keith Scotland of Edison, Alpha Sigma Lambda and Phi Theta Kappa
  • Andrew Sessoms of Carteret, Financial Management Association
  • Mandeep Singh of Piscataway, Alpha Sigma Lambda and Financial Management Association
  • Barry Stern of Sayreville, Lambda Epsilon Chi and Phi Theta Kappa
  • Amanda Stiglic of Carteret, Financial Management Association
  • Gianna Wall of Iselin, Financial Management Association
  • Bree-Ana Warnick of Port Reading, Phi Theta Kappa
  • Michael Wiener of Old Bridge, Alpha Sigma Lambda and Sigma Beta Delta

The Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society was founded in 1945 to honor dedicated adult and non-traditional students who handle their life responsibilities while achieving and maintaining a high level of academic success.

The Financial Management Association National Honor Society was founded in 1974 to acknowledge the accomplishments of outstanding students of finance. To qualify, students must be members of the Financial Management Association and must have a 3.25 grade point average.

The Lambda Epsilon Chi National Honor Society was established in 1995 to honor the academic achievements of students in Paralegal Studies. To qualify, students must maintain a grade point average of 3.5 or above.

The Mu Kappa Tau National Honor Society was founded in 1966 to recognize academic excellence and to encourage individuals seeking a lifelong commitment to an exceptional standard of ethics and achievement within the marketing discipline. To qualify, students must have an overall cumulative grade point average of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale. Juniors need to be in the top 10 percent and seniors in the top 20 percent of their classes.

The Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society was established in 1918 to honor the academic achievement of students in two-year colleges. To qualify, students must maintain a grade point average of 3.5 or better for two consecutive academic quarters.

The Sigma Beta Delta National Honor Society was founded in 1994 to honor students in business, management or administration who are pursuing baccalaureate or graduate degrees. To qualify, students must rank in the upper 20 percent of their class.


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