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Student Organizations

The following is a list of all the business college student organizations. It is highly encouraged that students are involved in clubs and organizations to enhance their knowledge of the business industry and network with professionals, administrators, and fellow students.

Many organizations are open to students regardless of major.  Please visit the websites below or contact the faculty advisor or president to request more information on an organization.


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Alpha Kappa Psi

Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest professional business fraternity in the country. AKPsi is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders. We also offer members opportunities to learn about career possibilities both locally and nationally. In addition, we offer local networking opportunities through community service and professional programming as well as opportunities to meet people from all over the country at regional and national conventions. 

All majors are welcome to apply for membership.

For more information, visit the college-wide student organizations webpage.


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Asset Management Academy 

The Asset Management Academy helps students develop the tools to work in the asset management industry. There is a focus on research, using finance, math, and computer science to develop tools that would function at industry standards. Asset Management Academy is a think tank run by students and is open to undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of disciplines. The group has a multidisciplinary focus preparing students for the research analyst/portfolio manager as well as advisor roles.

 For more information, visit the Asset Management Academy webpage.


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Association of Information Technology Professionals

AITP is an organization that helps students to explore careers in technology. Members connect with business professionals to learn more about employment opportunities and expectations. Professional meetings with speakers are combined with social gatherings for a well-rounded organizational agenda. Any LSU student may join.


For more information, visit the SDEIS student organizations webpage.


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Beta Alpha Psi

Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) is a national professional honorary accounting fraternity. LSU's chapter of this organization has achieved superior status in most of the last 15 years. The purposes of BAP include promoting an understanding of the field of accountancy, providing opportunities for self-development, and encouraging a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility. 

Accounting, finance, and information systems undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to apply and are accepted based on academic performance.

For more information, visit the accounting student organizations webpage.



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Business College Council

The E. J. Ourso Business College Council exists to provide the college with views, ideas, and values of students, while at the same time advancing and enhancing the college experience for business students. The purpose and goals of the council are to improve students’ awareness of events within the college, to unify the organizations within the college to attain mutual goals, and to serve as a link between students and the administration. E. J. Ourso College of Business students elect the council during Student Government elections.

Eligible business students can run for office. Visit the Student Government website for details.

For more information, visit the college-wide student organizations webpage.


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Collegiate Entrepreneurship Organization

The purpose of the Collegiate Entrepreneurship Organization is to promote entrepreneurship on the college level by providing an innovative and interactive learning environment. Assistance with career development and creating career goals is provided, while fostering interaction with local entrepreneurs and faculty members. 

Interested students are welcome to apply for membership.

For more information, visit the SDEIS student organizations webpage.


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Delta Sigma Pi

Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) is a professional business fraternity consisting of undergraduate and graduate business majors. The fraternity's professional programs feature prominent business leaders speaking on various business- and career-oriented topics. DSP holds a membership in the Greater Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce. Other activities focus on civic service projects, volunteer services on campus, and social occasions, which can be found the local DSP LSU website.

All majors are welcome to apply for membership.

For more information, visit the college-wide student organizations webpage.

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Economics/International Trade & Finance Club

The Undergraduate Economics/ International Trade and Finance Club serves the needs of students by providing job market information for inquiring employers. The club holds meetings for professional education, occasionally sponsors a field trip to visit various businesses on-site, and hosts a social gathering each semester.

All interested students are invited to join.

For more information, visit the economics student organizations webpage.

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MBA Association

The MBA Association enables its members to leverage the network of graduate business professionals around the world by sharing experiences and opportunities through it. Our LSU chapter also offers professional networking, social events, and philanthropy opportunities for students currently enrolled in the MBA program. 

All current LSU Flores MBA students are welcome to join.

For more information, visit the MBA student organizations webpage.


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National Association of Black Accountants

The LSU Chapter of NABA was officially chartered in June of 2011 during the National Convention in Orlando, FL. NABA offers their members many benefits that include: personal and professional development, internships, scholarships, leadership, networking, social events, mentorship, etc.

African Americans and people of color in the accounting, finance, and business-related fields are welcome to join.

For more information, visit the accounting student organizations webpage.

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Pi Sigma Epsilon

Pi Sigma Epsilon (PSE) is the only co-ed nationally recognized professional organization in marketing, sales, and management. PSE members participate in planning, organizing, leading, and implementing a variety of projects, ranging from simple fundraising to complex marketing. They also partake in professional development programs, sessions, and activities that help prepare them for their careers. Members gain a business advantage for life as they grow professionally and learn from experience. 

All marketing, sales, and management students are welcome to join.

For more information, visit the marketing student organizations webpage.


Public Administration Student Association

The Public Administration Student Association (PASA) is a professional student organization for students in the public administration program. PASA holds professional and social activities that allow students to meet with professional public administrators and political leaders. The group also enhances student-faculty relations and provides information regarding career opportunities in the field of public administration. 

All current MPA students are welcome to join.

For more information, visit the Department of Public Administration student organizations webpage.


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Student Finance Association

The Student Finance Association (SFA) is an informative support group for finance students and faculty. Activities are designed to encourage students to socialize with fellow students, faculty members, and economists in the business community. The society also offers assistance with job searches and graduate school information.

All undergraduate and graduate finance students are welcome to join.

For more information, visit the finance student organizations webpage.


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Society for Human Resource Management

The Society for Human Resource Management at LSU (SHRM) provides access to major Human Resource publications, as well as the opportunity to interact with practicing managers. We also hear from guest speakers who are both knowledgeable and experienced, hold field trips, and assist with career planning and placement.  

All majors are welcome to join.

For more information, visit the management student organizations webpage.

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Women in Business

Women in Business (WIB) at LSU is established for the purpose of fostering students’ professional development, particularly by preparing members for the unique challenges faced by women in the workplace and connecting them with successful businesswomen in the Baton Rouge community and beyond. WIB creates opportunities for members to connect with prominent women in business and companies that value empowering women. 

For more information, visit the college-wide student organizations webpage.