Our student organizations offer opportunities for you to become an effective member of the university community through experience in cooperation, responsibility and leadership.
The Theta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi is the national scholastic and professional accounting fraternity. The primary objective is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the field of accounting, which includes the following:
Beta Gamma Sigma is an international honor society recognizing the outstanding academic achievements of students enrolled in collegiate business and management programs accredited by AACSB International. Graduating "Beta Gamma Sigma" is the highest honor a business student anywhere in the world can receive.
Mu Kappa Tau (MKT) is an honorary fraternity for marketing juniors and seniors. MKT believes scholastic excellence should be a high priority for every marketing student and encourages a life-long commitment to an exceptional standard of ethics and achievement within the marketing environment.
Omicron Delta Epsilon is one of the world's largest academic honor societies. The objectives of Omicron Delta Epsilon are recognition of scholastic attainment and the honoring of outstanding achievements in economics.
The purpose of the club is to enhance your understanding of the accounting profession and increase your awareness of career opportunities in the field through participation in club activities.
The American Marketing Association is a student led organization where real life marketing projects are brought to its members. Activities of the USD chapter include professional networking, conference attendance and an annual case study competition which is coordinated through the national chapter.
The Beacom Consulting Group is the premier provider of pro-bono consulting services in the state and region. Each semester, BCG selects a number of requests from local and regional businesses and non-profits to perform various consulting tasks. BCG’s threefold mission is to:
The College Entrepreneur Organization is dedicated to promoting the advancement of entrepreneurship in the state through network building, local business and organization consultation and club-related business operation. CEO is an action-oriented group utilizing the broad range of talents of each member. Members are not strictly business majors and range in experience from freshman to senior.
Coyote Capital Management is a student-managed investment organization designed to give you experience as a money manager. The object of this fund is to generate long-term capital appreciation. Investment ideas are derived from the students and voted on under close supervision of faculty advisors. Students who participate receive hands-on investing experience as they learn to analyze the economy, industries and individual companies.
The Alpha Eta chapter of Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity. This international organization seeks to recognize and stimulate business students in achieving high professional standards in their preparation for a career in business.
The Financial Management Association helps students network with finance professionals through speakers and field trips. Field trips to businesses in Omaha as well as financial centers in Chicago and New York City allow you to enjoy hands-on experience in the area of finance.
HEAL is aimed to further increase your knowledge of the healthcare industry in order to build the competitive advantage needed to succeed. Working closely with the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) - the nation's largest professional society for healthcare executives - HEAL offers opportunities to network with other students and healthcare executives through guest speakers, field trips and meetings.
Pi Sigma Epsilon is a professional marketing fraternity that brings theory and practice together. Students of any major may join alumni, educators and practitioners in a nationwide network of marketing opportunities and resources.
Students studying economics are encouraged to take part in the Political Economy Club. The club sharpens the listening, debating, speaking and leadership skills of students through vigorous and often entertaining discussion of the economic and political aspects of current issues. Forums with invited speakers and commentators are frequent throughout the semester. Faculty participation is strong, and the club provides a way for you to connect with faculty outside the traditional classroom environment.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is a unique worldwide organization with both student and professional membership, allowing you to meet and work with professionals in human resources. Joining SHRM entitles you to monthly human resource publications, leadership opportunities, career development assistance and fun social times.