Quinlan School of Business Honors and Awards
The Quinlan School of Business Honors Program is a transformational experience for highly qualified students who care about making the world a better place. Through the stimulating program, students deepen their mastery of business and learn from each other.
Honors Key Award
The Quinlan School of Business Honors Key is given to our Honors program graduate who has the highest capacity and commitment to contribute to society through ethical and socially responsible conduct, and who has demonstrated sound decision-making and problem-solving skills.
Fraternity Keys (Alpha Kappa Psi Key, Delta Sigma Pi Key)
ALPHA KAPPA PSI KEY
The Alpha Kappa Psi Key is awarded each spring to the graduating fraternal member who has demonstrated outstanding academic excellence in all undergraduate courses.
DELTA SIGMA PI KEY
The Delta Sigma Pi Key is awarded each spring to the graduating Quinlan School of Business student(s) with the highest cumulative grade point average, regardless of fraternal affiliation.
Major Key Awards
Each academic major in the Quinlan School of Business awards a silver honor key to the graduating senior who has demonstrated outstanding academic ability. Recipients, who are selected by the faculty, usually will have earned the highest academic average for all coursework in their major area of study. Other factors that are considered include leadership achievement, cumulative grade point average, and graduation honors.
The key is given by the dean to the Quinlan School of Business senior who has made the most outstanding contributions to the reputation of the school through both leadership and scholarship. Recipients are selected based on the expectation that they will exemplify the highest ideals of the University both as citizens and as successful business professionals.
- Quinlan School of Business has opted not to list their recipients for 2017