The College of Business encourages active involvement in the educational process through participation in student organizations. There are many student groups active within the college. Information about some of them can be found below.
ACCOUNTING STUDENTS ASSOCIATION (ASA)
Explore a variety of accounting careers while improving your networking skills. We host presentations by local and national employers, government agencies, professional associations, and CPA exam review course providers.
ALPHA KAPPA PSI (Sigma Omega Chapter)
"Recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders"
AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION (AMA)
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Eric Shaw
Boca Phone: 561-297-2123
BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S SCHOLARSHIP HOUSE (BPWSH)
The FAU BPWSH was established to provide campus housing for women with strong academic promise and substantial outside financial assistance in order to attend FAU. The BPWSH is a cooperative living/learning facility where 16 women share leadership experience, develop life skills, and community responsibilities on the Boca Campus.
DELTA EPSILON CHI (DECA)
A national organization for marketing, merchandising, management, advertising, and international business majors.
DELTA SIGMA PI (Zeta Phi chapter, Business Fraternity)
A professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity.
HEALTHCARE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (HFMA)
Faculty Advisor: Dennis Palkon
Boca Phone: 561-297-3208, BE 216E
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS ASSOCIATION (MISA)
A student-based organization dedicated to promoting the information systems (IS) profession and fostering interaction among professional organizations, students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Faculty Advisor: Jonathan Sweet
SHARING EXPERIENCES AS ACE LEADERS (SEAL)
is supported by the Adams Center for ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Chandra Mishra,
Boca Phone: 561-297-0251
THE TOASTMASTERS CLUB AT FAU
Empowering individuals to become more effective communicators and leaders.
MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP FOR TOMORROW (high school through MBA, business career prep,
"A national non-profit that has made groundbreaking progress in developing the next generation of African-American, Hispanic and Native American business leaders."
All Student Organizations