Undergraduate Student Organizations
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
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 Bitcoin Club is focused on educating students about Blockchain Technology and stimulating entrepreneurial thinking so that students may prepare for a future in which Bitcoin is poised to permeate almost every aspect of our lives.
COB Global Cards
Contact: Elizabeth Liebschutz firstname.lastname@example.org
College of Business Student Council
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!
Computer Information Systems (CIS) Club
The CIS Club provides students with an opportunity to work with other students on valuable, real-world projects. Although its name may suggest otherwise, the CIS club is not exclusive to CIS majors and minors; all students with an interest in programming, technology, information security, or project management are welcome to join! The club meets to work on projects, network with local businesses, and practice skills applicable to both technical certifications and professional careers. If you are interested in joining a club that will give you practical talking points during an interview, prepare you for certification examinations, and potentially connect you with your future employer, look no further than the CIS club. If interested, please contact Rob Sutherland.
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity open to all students of business. DSP prepares students for successful professional careers but also instills values of service and principled leadership that characterize Deltasigs in all phases of life. With more than 260,000 initiates, our members make a difference in their workplaces and communities throughout the United States and around the world. From the day you pledge Delta Sigma Pi, you’ll have access to quality professional training, leadership education, service opportunities, and social activities through your local chapter and at regional and national conferences. And the benefits you receive from Delta Sigma Pi membership don’t stop at graduation. Opportunities to network, get involved in high-impact service and receive ongoing professional development are yours for life.
The Developer Club partners with Google Developers to teach students about technical skills so that we can impact our community together. The Developer Student Club is more than just a club for Developers. It is a club for Entrepreneurs, Accountants, Engineers, Writers, and many more students. We are a club that will work to solve a problem for a local business or non-profit by using the capabilities of technology. No programming experience is required and all majors and students are welcome to join! Please contact Emily Robertson for more information about joining the club.
Enactus is a global non-profit community of students, academics, and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives.
Faculty Advisor: David J. Faulds email@example.com
There are five equestrian riding teams at the University of Louisville as well as the opportunity for student-driven field trips and events.
Riding and Racing Club
Racing co-presidents: Adrianna Lynch, firstname.lastname@example.org, and Kaeli McCarty, email@example.com
ISSRA Saddle Seat team president: Kaeli McCarty, firstname.lastname@example.org
IHSA Western team president: Spencer Wynn, email@example.com
Faculty Advisor: Terri Burch, 502-852-4859
Faculty Advisor: Liz Young
Financial Management Association at UofL
The mission of the Finance Club is to inform students of the opportunities available in Finance and promote activities that supplement classroom activities. We offer a networking opportunity for the members to foster relationships with the Finance faculty and Financial Recruiters in both social and professional atmospheres.
Faculty Advisor: Xudong Fu, firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the Investment Club is to develop members’ investing knowledge and skills. Meetings will typically include an evaluation of the current investment environment and investing issues. Some meetings will include a discussion of careers in the investment industry, sometimes with guest speakers. All currently enrolled UofL students are welcome.
National Association of Black Accountants
To encourage, assist, and develop minority students entering the accounting and finance professions.
Phi Beta Lamda
Phi Beta Lamda is the college chapter of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). This business fraternity focuses on providing networking opportunities and volunteer opportunities to further the growth of its members. PBL emphasizes the importance of professionals in different fields working together to create a better workplace and community. Members will have the unique opportunity to compete in state and national competitions in business-related topics. All students interested in business are welcome to join.
Student Marketing Association
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.
Graduate Clubs & Organizations