Clubs & Organizations

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Clubs & Organizations

Doing fun stuff boosts your leadership skills and improves your resume at the W. P. Carey School of Business. There are many ways for you to get involved while maximizing your college experience, whether you’re interested in clubs that mesh with your major, or just want to hang out with other cool people.

Discover 45+ Business Clubs & Organizations

There are thousands of student clubs and organizations available to you at ASU, including many that are dedicated to the interests of business students. Joining a student club, professional association, or honor society can help you develop leadership skills, connect with other students, grow your network, and learn valuable skills sought by employers. Below are just a few of the options that are of interest to current W. P. Carey students.

Business Fraternities

  • Alpha Kappa Psi
  • Delta Sigma Pi

Honors Societies

  • Beta Alpha Psi

Clubs by Major and Career Path

  • American Marketing Association
  • Business Communication Student Association
  • Business Law Club
  • Department of Information Systems Club
  • Sports Business Association
  • Supply Chain Management Association
  • Business of Fashion at ASU
  • Financial Management Association
  • Institute of Management Accountants
  • Special Event Planners Association

Entrepreneurship and Consulting

  • AdWorks
  • Arizona Microcredit Initiative
  • New Venture Group

Special Interest

  • Ascend Pan-Asian Leaders
  • Association of Latino Professionals for America
  • Black Business Student Association
  • Hispanic Business Students Association
  • Native American Business Organization
  • Women Business Leader’s Association

Service Learning

  • Business Ambassadors
  • Explore W. P. Carey
  • Motivation to Graduation
  • W. P. Carey Bloggers

Involvement Week

You’ll be able to learn about the different business clubs available to you during Involvement Week — an event held the second week of each semester on the Dean’s Patio. Involvement Week makes it easy to find out about groups to join, interact with current members and representatives, and learn how to participate in meetings.