Student Organizations and Honor Societies
Joining a student organization or honor society helps you develop leadership skills, connect with other students, develop a network in the business community and learn valuable skills sought by employers.
- Student organizations may align with a specific major, represent the school to external audiences, provide opportunities in governance or include students of similar backgrounds and cultures. Examples include the Accounting Students Association, Business Ambassadors, the Business School Council and the Native American Business Organization.
- Honor societies recognize and encourage superior academic achievement and leadership. Honor societies usually invite you to join directly or through a rush program.
- Professional organizations promote competencies and achievements relevant to specific business majors. They are open to anyone who is interested.
- Beta Gamma Sigma membership is the highest scholastic honor a business student can achieve. This national honor society recognizes high academic achievement at AACSB International accredited schools.
Student Engagement Coordinator (Tempe Campus & Polytechnic Campus)
In addition to ASU student organizations, there are about 30 business-related student organizations and honor societies at the W. P. Carey School on the Tempe campus. Search for WPC Business orgs.
View information on clubs and organizations at the Polytechnic campus.
Student Engagement Coordinator and Career Counselor (West Campus)
View information on clubs and organizations at the West campus.