Clubs & Organizations
Create some fun in your community, and invest in yourself at the same time. The Opus College of Business recommends that all business majors participate in an organization related to their major and career interests. These dynamic, student-run experiences take the lead in arranging events on campus and in creating social learning opportunities.
What you as a student get from the experience is a chance to explore career options and network with Twin Cities professionals through speakers, panels, site visits, and sometimes through supervised hands-on work in a field of interest. You will also build relationships with other business majors who may eventually be your professional colleagues.
Current Clubs & Organizations
Some of the business-related clubs at St. Thomas include:
- Accounting Club
- American Marketing Association (AMA)
- Delta Sigma Pi
- Entrepreneurship Society
- Financial Management Association (FMA)
- International Business Association
- Legal Studies in Business Club
- Supply Chain and Operations Club
- Real Estate Society
- Student Society of Human Resource Management
- Women in Business
Start a New Organization
Students wishing to form a new student organization must first complete the Opus College of Business Approval Process. After the organization has received approval from the college, the proposed organization can continue the process for official university recognition by following the steps outlined in the Policies and Guidelines for Student Organizations found in the Student Policy Handbook.