Undergraduate - Student Organizations and Honor Societies
Student Organizations and Honor Societies
Joining a student organization or honor society helps you develop leadership skills, connect with other students, develop your network and learn valuable skills sought by employers.
Student organizations may:
- Align with a major (Accounting Students Association)
- Represent the school to external audiences (Business Ambassadors)
- Provide opportunities in governance (Business School Council)
- Include students of similar backgrounds and cultures (Native American Business Organization)
- Recognize and encourage superior academic achievement and leadership. Honor societies usually invite you to join directly or through a “rush” program.
- For example, 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.
- Professional organizations promote competencies and achievements relevant to specific business majors. They are open to anyone who is interested.
- Special Events Planning Association (SEPA) or Collegiate DECA are examples.
- American Business Women’s Association (ABWA)
- American Marketing Association (AMA)
- Business Ambassadors
- Business School Council
- Collegiate DECA
- Dean's Advisory Council (DAC)
- Entrepreneurs @ ASU
- International Business Club
- Sports Business Association (SBA)
In addition to ASU student organizations, there are many business-related student organizations and honor societies for W. P. Carey students at each ASU campus:
Sample W. P. Carey Clubs and Orgs
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