College of Business
Getting involved in a student organization is a great way to enhance your college
experience, develop valuable skills, and make lifelong friends. Whether you're looking
to develop your leadership skills, network with professionals, or simply have fun
with other students who share your interests, there's a student organization at the
College of Business that's perfect for you.
Beta Alpha Psi is an honors organization for upperclassmen who major in Accounting, Finance, and Business Information Technology. BAP allows students the opportunity to network with peers, professors, and professionals.
Club President: Madison Treutel
The College of Business Ambassadors are student leaders committed to serving their peers, college, and university. They support prospective and current students in professional development, involvement, and culture. Ambassadors teach valuable business skills and build strong networks that enable them to further their real world insight while striving to promote excellence, unity, and service.
The Marketing Club aims to provide the resources and learning you need to succeed in the Marketing world. Between our workshops, speakers, and marketing requests from the community, the Marketing Club is a great way to gain connections and add new skills to your professional toolbelt.
Club President: Charlotte Norman
ODE is the International Honor Society for Economics. Its objectives are to recognize scholastic attainment and outstanding achievements in economics. ODE has 717 chapters worldwide.
Club President: Sean Alley
SAFE Club welcomes students from all majors and is dedicated to bridging the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application in all relevant fields encompassed in finance and economics.
Club President: Jaden George— (704) 989-4823
The student chapter exists to serve as a bridge to the professional human resource community and to advance knowledge, understanding, and application of human resource principles and practices.
Student CPT (Student Center for the Public Trust) is an organization focused on creating ethical leaders for the future. Student CPT is open to students of all majors.
Club President: Judd Copeland