Looking to join BAP or PAS? Information below.
UPDATES & INFORMATION
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JOINING IS AS EASY AS 1-2-3
1. DECIDE TO JOIN BAP OR PAS
Not sure which organization to join? See the section below for more information.
3. PAY ORGANIZATION DUES
Please pay semester dues here. With the help of our sponsors, we can provide scholarships to those who need them. Please contact us with any questions.
SHOULD YOU JOIN
BAP OR PAS?
Both are fantastic options. They are very similar. You attend the same meetings and have the same opportunities for both organizations. Below are a couple of differences between the two to help you decide which is a better fit.
Beta Alpha Psi has more requirements and responsibilities than PAS because it is the "main" organization.
Have at least a 3.0 GPA (if you just transferred, you can use your GPA from your previous institution)
Have at least a 3.0 GPA in upper-level courses (300-level and beyond)
Enrolled in at least one 300-level ACT, FIN, or CIS course (FIN300 doesn't apply because it is a part of the COB core curriculum)
Note: if you don't meet any of the above requirements, please join PAS this semester. You can consider joining BAP once you have met the requirements.
Must attend all weekly meetings
Three absences allowed per semester. You can miss more but will have to do an extra two hours of community service for each additional missed meeting.
10 hours of community service per semester
At least 5 BAP-sponsored hours
PAS does not have any requirements to join nor any mandatory responsibilities. Anyone can join and can participate as much as they want.
However, BAP has a couple of additional benefits that PAS doesn't offer.
BAP is a national organization, and all firms know BAP (and the requirements and responsibilities of being in it).
Available to BAP members, but not PAS members
Please reach out to email@example.com with any questions.