Gamma Beta Phi National Honor Society earns national awards

CI’s chapter of the Gamma Beta Phi (GBP) National Honor Society has yet again earned a handful of national awards recognizing its outstanding leadership and community service.  CI’s oldest student honor society garnered the highest national honor as Exemplary Chapter of the Year for the second consecutive year, as well as Exemplary Chapter Award for the third consecutive year, and Advisor of the Year for the second consecutive year.

The Exemplary Chapter of the Year Award recognizes CI as the top chapter out of more than 130 chapters nationwide.  The national organization also recognized 2014-15 Chapter President Danit Havton as President of the Year and Chapter Advisor Wm. Gregory Sawyer, CI’s Vice President for Student Affairs, as Distinguished Fellow and Advisor of the Year. 

CI’s 229 GBP members work to promote the principles of scholarship, character and service by performing volunteer projects in the community. Each student must maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5 and complete a minimum of 10 hours of community service each semester. 

For additional information visit www.gammabetaphi.org or contact Samantha Cole at samantha.cole715@myci.csuci.edu.

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