Student Clubs & Organizations

Learning in the business field doesn’t stop when class ends. College of Business students can join organizations that allow them to pursue their academic and career interests.

For more information, visit the comprehensive student clubs and organizations list.

The purpose of the Accounting Association is to give prospective accountants a broad insight into accounting as a profession, to strengthen participation with other accounting majors or minors, and to facilitate the educational process. The Association will help prospective accountants’ network with businesses through group trips, presentations, and other professional events. In an increasing CPA world, we will also provide knowledge, speakers, and information related to the CPA exam and CPA exam review organizations.

For more information or questions, contact: Addison Hawkins (

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Become a part of a professional marketing club that’s inclusive to non-business majors.

Members have access to a variety of activities and resources like competitions, business tours, speakers, volunteer opportunities, and even portfolio advising.

You'll learn about the role of marketing in today’s society and how to market yourself to future employers.

Follow WSU’s American Marketing Association on Instagram.

For more information or questions, contact: Hannah Matuszak (

Don’t let the Greek name fool you—this isn’t a sorority or fraternity, but an invite-only honor society associated with AACSB International and exclusive for business students.

Beta Gamma Sigma is all about recognizing academic excellence in business studies by regularly meeting and coordinating events within the College of Business and on campus. This organization also provides members networking and collaborating opportunities with local businesses and other student organizations.

For more information or questions, contact: Jenna Dietl (
Are you interested in law and business? The Business Law Association (BLA) helps undergraduate students pursue academic, professional, and social opportunities from these fields.

For more information or questions, contact: Brandon Rossman (

Join this co-ed, professional fraternity if you’re looking for lots of hands-on business activities and challenges.

This organization sponsors speakers, tours, seminars, community service events, and fundraisers year-round. Members will be able to relate what they learn in class to the business world, along with a foundation for a successful career in the business field.

Visit Delta Sigma Pi’s website and social medias:

  • Instagram: dsp_winonastate
  • Facebook: WSU Delta Sigma Pi-Kappa Upsilon 

For more information or questions, contact: Sam Nielsen (

You don’t need to be a Business student to learn how to start a business. Entrepreneurship Club is inclusive to all majors and offers members hands-on workshops and opportunities to not only help address the community’s entrepreneurial needs, but also connect with local businesses.

For more information or questions, contact: Mikaela Mohr (

If you’re interested in finance, banking, and investments, then this organization may be right up your alley.

This club helps members learn more about the financial world and while encouraging members to interact with business executives.

For more information or questions, contact: Dylan Schulz (

This premier College of Business academy is dedicated to identifying and developing student leaders in the College and across WSU for their servant leadership and commitment to the best interests of the community.

Follow the John Latsch Leadership Academy on Facebook.

For more information or questions, contact: Matthew Krueger (
Get hands-on experience using technology that will be essential in the business workplace with MISA. From software like Zoom to hardware like Raspberry Pi (a single board computer), feel confident in your technology and problem-solving skills as a professional.

For more information or questions, contact: Jake Muhlbauer (

Get an edge in the job market by accepting your nomination for the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS).

The NSLS is the largest leadership honor society in the U.S. WSU’s chapter is invite-only and just one of more than 700 chapters that comprise over 1.4 million members nationwide.

You will hone your interpersonal skills that employers are seeking, learn from exceptional leaders during exclusive Speaker Broadcasts, and have access to private networking events.

Visit the NSLS website for more information.

Looking to join a co-ed, professional fraternity? This organization is the only one in the nation that’s focused on marketing, management, and sales—and is open to all majors!

Members can take advantage of a ton of leadership opportunities.

You can also get practical business experience through professional conferences, workshops, campus fundraisers, and community service projects galore.

Follow WSU’s Pi Sigma Epsilon on Instagram.

For more information or questions, contact: Madison Moran (

Become a part of the world’s largest Human Resource professional organization right from WSU's campus.

This organization helps Human Resource Management majors with their networks, interview confidence, resumes, and volunteer opportunities.

You will know what it’s really like in the HR field through a mentorship program, tours of local firms, and more.

Follow WSU’s Society for Human Resource Management on Facebook and on Instagram.

For more information or questions, contact: Emily Peller (

The Sports Business Association (SBA) gives students the chance to dive into what the business side of the sporting industry looks like and operates and what careers are available to you. From guest speakers to workshops and activities to out-of-town trips and tours, there’s no shortage of immersive learning opportunities.

Follow us on Instagram: @wsu_sba

If you enjoy economics and how it translates into today’s society, then this organization may be a good fit for you.

Members raise awareness of economic and international economic issues, gain a better understanding of the world economy, and even engage with local businesses.

Want to become an accountant?

This organization sets you up for success by offering members insight for the CPA exam, inviting local employers to highlight different career paths, and coordinating trips to accounting firms in the Minneapolis area.

Members will have a bigger network and ample internship and career opportunities.