The School of Business sponsors several student-run clubs and two honors societies. These organizations plan programs that complement what is learned in the academic classroom setting. Events often involve invited speakers and assist students with career planning and graduate school strategies. Clubs organize trips to places such as New York City and Toronto. Through these clubs, students have the opportunity to create their own networks of colleagues, develop leadership skills, and make contacts in the business community.
This organization focuses on students interested in a career in accounting. It sponsors a variety of speakers with different backgrounds in accounting to help club members understand the rich opportunities in the profession. All business majors and minors are welcome. Active membership (missing no more than two meetings) can help build one's resume. Watch for flyers in Hartwell Hall announcing speakers.
This society invites the schools top students into its lifetime membership. Induction ceremonies are held each spring semester.
This club focuses on the needs of finance majors. It has sponsored visits to New York and Toronto stock exchanges and plans various activities with the other student business organizations.
This club focuses on the needs of students who are interested in conducting future business in the global marketplace. The goal of the club is to create and promote a channel through which students can raise awareness of international business and its environment. To fulfill this goal, the club sponsors guest speakers, annual trips to business events and other excursions to expose its members to networking and educational opportunities.
This club focuses on the interests of marketing majors. The club plans a variety of activities including field trips, professional speakers, and other events that deepen the understanding of how marketing works and what opportunities the field offers: The annual trip to the National Direct Marketing Conference in New York City is a highlight of the year.
Omicron Delta Epsilon, International Honor Society in Economics
This society dates to 1915. The Brockport chapter is active in furthering the academic pursuit of economics understanding.