Student organizations are an important part of the Lewis College of Business and provide valuable interaction, knowledge, and experience for those who participate. There are incredible networking opportunities that have proven year after year to be one of the best sources of job opportunities upon graduation. Students in the College are encouraged to join at least one student group. Further information on student organizations may be obtained through the Lewis College of Business Deans’ Suite in Corbly Hall 107. Noted at the end of each organization is the location of the faculty contact with whom you may inquire about the group.
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi is more than just another organization or club – it is a unique, prestigious association of students, professors, graduates and professionals with common interests and goals. They join Alpha Kappa Psi to take advantage of valuable educational, friendship and networking opportunities. Members share the core values of: brotherhood, knowledge, integrity, service, and unity. All Majors Welcome.
The American Marketing Association (AMA) is the largest marketing association in North America. It is a professional association for individuals and organizations involved in the practice, teaching and study of marketing worldwide. It is also the source that marketers turn to every day for information/resources, education/training and professional networking. All Majors Welcome.
Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary organization for Financial Information students and professionals. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. This includes promoting the study and practice of accounting, finance, and information systems; providing opportunities for self-development, service, and association among members and practicing professionals; and encouraging a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility.
Beta Gama Sigma is the official academic honor society of the AACSB. This club is open to all majors and faculty, but is by invitation only. To qualify you must be: 1) top 7% of all COB juniors who have declared a major, 2) top 10% of the current COB senior class, 3) top 10% of BBA graduates from the previous December, 4) top 20% of students in each individual COB master’s-level program, or 5) complete a COB doctoral-level program.
The Marshall University Chapter of Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization is a student-run campus club for the specific purpose of providing students interested in entrepreneurship hands-on practical experience with the start-up process. We encourage all students to discover the opportunities of business ownership and express their Unternehmergeist! All Majors Welcome.
Delta Sigma Pi is an international co-ed professional business fraternity that provides opportunities to network socially and professionally, as well as opportunities to build ethical, leadership, and social skills and qualities. Delta Sigma Pi is the largest business fraternity in the world. All Business Majors Welcome.
As a member in the Healthcare Executive Leaders of Marshall you’ll attain the tools, guidance, and support you need to gain an edge in the field. Membership will enhance your marketability, relationships, knowledge, and leadership so you can excel. All Majors Welcome.
The purpose of the MIS (Management Information Systems) Club is to provide an opportunity for all MIS focused students to learn more about the MIS field, and prepare for the lucrative job and career opportunities in MIS. The MIS Club provides a forum for interaction with industry experts, MIS alumni, and faculty. All Majors Welcome.
The mission of SAM (Society for Advancement of Management) is to provide an opportunity for the members to increase management skills and expertise through participation in programs and services designed to improve the professional quality of their knowledge, performance, and leadership ability. SAM is a nonprofit organization established in 1912 and founded for the purpose of promoting scientific study of the principles governing organized efforts in industrial and economic life. Today, we fulfill this mission through the study of management theory and practice.
The Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) is a student organization created for undergraduate and graduate students who want to enhance their knowledge of the human resources field. SHRM will also create opportunities for networking in the community and state. All Majors Welcome.