The College of Business encourages participation in student organizations. The organizations bring together students with similar career goals and interests, provide an association with business leaders in the community, enhance the students, faculty, and staff, and stimulate the classroom experience.
Beta Alpha Psi is an international honorary accounting, finance and CIS organization. Beta Alpha Psi helps its members prepare for transition into the professional world. Beta Alpha Psi provides opportunities to learn about career paths and opportunities, navigating through the recruiting process, preparation for the CPA exam, and interaction with practicing professionals, in both professional and social settings. The University of Louisville chapter, chartered in 1984, sends representatives to both regional and annual meetings of Beta Alpha Psi.
The Student Government of the College of Business is known as the College of Business Student Council. The purpose of the council is to lead and speak for the students on any matter of common interest to students. The Council shall promote academic and extra-curricular life of students within the college and facilitate cooperation among students, faculty members, and administration. All students are welcome!
Delta Sigma Pi is the foremost co-ed professional business fraternity in the U.S. with over 250 collegiate chapters nationwide. Our goal is to foster the study of business in universities by encouraging scholarship, social activity, and philanthropic ideals through community service events. Furthermore, our intention is to promote a closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.
The Economics Club is a student-run organization of students from many disciplines that share common interests in economic matters. Our goal is to provide an environment in which students can learn more about economic issues as well as potential career options in economics and other related fields.
Students in Free Enterprise, the world’s best-known and most successful program helping university students to create community empowerment projects, has changed its name to Enactus to reaffirm its long-standing commitment to using entrepreneurial action as a catalyst for progress. It is an international organization that mobilizes university students around the world to make a difference in their communities while developing the skills to become socially responsible business leaders.
President: Nick Phelps (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Faculty Advisor: Sharon Kerrick (email@example.com)
The E-Club is open to all students within the University of Louisville and members of the community with an interest in entrepreneurship. We seek to provide opportunities for students to connect with each other and the entrepreneurial community within Louisville. The organization wants to be a resource for its members to be able to take their ideas to action and become successful. All of this builds upon the success of the Entrepreneurship Programs at the University and enhance the overall experience for its students. Club involvement includes special guest speakers, access to exclusive events, and valuable networking opportunities.
Riding and Racing Club President – Megan Devine: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hunt Seat Team President – Mimi Abbott – email@example.com
Western Team President – Taylor Ferguson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Saddle Seat Team President – Kristen Smith – email@example.com
Faculty Advisor: Terri Burch, 852-4859, firstname.lastname@example.org
President: Estisham Mohammed
Faculty Advisor: Jay Brandi, 852-4824, email@example.com
Students for Liberty exists to: foster conversations about liberty in academic and social atmospheres; and reject the notion that governments, including this one, can coordinate market decisions better than individuals.
The Student Marketing Association (SMA) was formed to provide opportunities to its members to help further them in a potential marketing career. These opportunities include, but are no means limited to: business and educational contacts, networking opportunities, outings and tours, discussion groups, and speakers – all related to marketing and business practices. The members of SMA also hold extreme value in serving our community and school, as well as providing leadership opportunities to those involved.
RSO – Recognized Student Organization