Clubs & Organizations
Dynamic, student-run organizations take the lead in arranging events on campus and in creating social learning opportunities.
Create some fun in your community and invest in yourself at the same time. 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.
Members visit Twin Cities accounting firms, host on-campus speakers and social events such as the annual spring accounting banquet, and participate in community service projects.
The University of St. Thomas Chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA) is a nonprofit, student-run organization whose primary objective is to promote a better understanding of marketing and the role it plays in the business world today. Open to all majors, we strive to get members involved and educated on real business experience. AMA provides an opportunity to network with professionals in the field as well as other students within the major.
Delta Sigma Pi is a co-ed professional business fraternity for business and economics majors to learn real world business activities through hands-on experiences. Professional events include business tours in the Twin Cities. Members conduct and participate in community service activities. We are more than a club! We are a fraternity. We are a family.
The mission of the Diversity in Business Student Club (DBSC) is to provide opportunities for students of all majors and backgrounds to explore multicultural diversity in the business environment. DBSC strives to be a resource for diverse students who plan to pursue business-related careers and/or are interested in learning about different fields and opportunities in business. Our goal is to create a welcoming environment where students can discover and interact with the world of business through speakers, presentations, field trips, activities and collaboration with other clubs.
ENACTUS is an international non-profit organization active in more than 35 countries around the world. Students develop community outreach projects that improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need by using business skills with an entrepreneurial approach. Projects are presented at an annual conference, where UST has been honored as a regional champion for the past five years. The team has continuing projects in areas like financial literacy and environmental sustainability, but we’re always looking for new ideas. Join Enactus and change the world! All majors welcome.
The Entrepreneurship Society (E-Society) is for students from all majors interested in entrepreneurial careers and ventures. In addition to social activities and community service projects, E-Society hosts successful entrepreneurs from the business community for speaking engagements. Students receive advice and inspiration for starting a business, overcoming obstacles, being a leader and simply working in the business world.
As a Financial Management Association (FMA) member you will develop your professional, educational and social skills as you prepare for a possible career in finance, banking or investments. FMA encourages the interaction of business executives, faculty and finance students.
The International Business Association helps to prepare members for success in the global business environment. Joining this fun and informative group gives members multiple opportunities to interact and learn through events focused on global business.
Investments Club provides educational opportunities to learn about careers outside of corporate finance and within the capital and financial markets industry. The club provides a forum for discourse about the current market and hosts activities such as managing your own sum of money using a real-time simulator.
LEAD (Leaders Engaging in Active Development) seeks to develop personal leadership qualities of its club members. LEAD helps bridge the gap between coursework and real world application in a comfortable, safe and exciting environment suitable for anyone to thrive. Additionally, LEAD regularly invites business professionals who are leaders in their respective industries to talk about specific leadership concepts.
The Legal Studies in Business Club (BLAW Club) helps students from all majors interested in the law to learn about career opportunities and other pertinent aspects of legal studies. BLAW Club members are exposed to academic, career, social and service opportunities.
The Real Estate Society (RES) meets regularly to host guest speakers, and organizes educational and social events for students. Activities include the study of local markets through club projects, field trips and meetings with industry professionals. RES also assists with internship/job placement opportunities with various companies in the industry.
The Sports Business Club provides students with the opportunity to learn about business-related careers in the world of sports. We host guest speakers who work in a variety of areas for different sports teams and organizations in order make connections, as well as to gain advice and knowledge about how to best succeed in the sports business path.
The University of St. Thomas Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is an affiliate of the largest human resource management professional association, the national Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). It also has a close partnership with the local human resource professional group, Twin Cities Human Resource Association (TCHRA). SHRM club members attend monthly meetings to expand knowledge in HR and to network with local HR professionals. This tight-knit group regularly participates in social events and HR-related service events for both the University and its local community. SHRM Club members are eligible to apply for local and national scholarships through the national SHRM and TCHRA.
Joining the Supply Chain and Operations Management (SCOM) club is a great way to network with students as well as employers. Student have the opportunity to hear from speakers who discuss career possibilities within the field at regular meetings. The club is a student chapter of the American Production & Inventory Control Society, Inc. (APICS), which is a professional organization available for students to join. SCOM is open to all majors.
Women in Business (WIB) is a club for empowered women interested in business at the University of St. Thomas. We strive to explore business opportunities, learn business skills, and connect with business professionals all while making friends, eating food and having fun!
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