Culver-Stockton College (C-SC), a private liberal arts college offering 80 major and minor tracks, announced that junior Jacob Morris of St. Louis, Missouri, has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship from Sigma Beta Delta, the International Honor Society for Business, Management, and Administration.
Sigma Beta Delta awards the scholarship annually to an outstanding student of business. Morris, who is majoring in business administration at C-SC, was notified of the award by the Society’s Board of Directors and the scholarship committee. The scholarship is used to offset a portion of education expenses.
“I am honored to receive this scholarship award from Sigma Beta Delta,” Morris said. “I am so grateful to have been recognized for my achievements at Culver-Stockton, and I look forward to a great future in the field, knowing that I have been well prepared by both the college and Sigma Beta Delta.”
In addition to his membership with Sigma Beta Delta, Morris is active at C-SC by holding leadership roles in various student organizations. He is the President of Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer of the Red Cross Club, a Senator within the Student Government Association, and a member of the Mental Health Awareness Club. Morris is a student-athlete and a varsity player with the Wildcat men’s soccer team. He also completed an internship with Northwestern Mutual this past summer.
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