MCCC Business Students Honored as Top One Percent in New Jersey

6-24-09

WEST WINDSOR, N.J. -- The New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association (NJCBAA), an organization of the business deans from all New Jersey colleges, has honored five Mercer County Community College business students who rank in the top one percent of business students in the state. The honorees have earned grade point averages from 3.95 to 4.0, and are majoring in the Business Administration.

The students were inducted into the NJCBAA Honor Society at ceremony held at the NJ Statehouse in Trenton, and were congratulated personally by State Senator Bill Baroni, who presented each with a special citation from the State Senate.

Those eligible for the honor at Mercer include students in all business programs, including accounting, accounting and management, business administration, management and marketing.

Five high-achieving Mercer County Community College business students were honored this spring by the New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association and inducted into their Honor Society. Pictured with MCCC Dean Mark McCormick, center, are, from left, David Akpoblu Mac-Rizzo, Tatana Cepkova, Michelle Szumloz and Michael Immordino. Not pictured is honoree Nicholas D. Rodriguez of Princeton Junction.

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