The College of Business Administration supports student organizations intended to cultivate academic, professional, career and social interests of business students and related majors. The presidents of each business student organization serve as an advisory council to the dean, meeting several times each term. To inquire about business student organizations activities and membership, ask your adviser or the dean's office.

Honor Societies

Beta Gamma Sigma

Beta Gamma Sigma is the international honor society for students enrolled in business schools accredited by the AACSB—International (Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business).

The Marquette chapter was founded in 1929 "to encourage and reward scholarship and accomplishment among students of business and administration, to promote the advancement of education in the art and science of business, and to foster integrity in the conduct of business operations." Induction to Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest honor that may be conferred by the College of Business Administration.

Omicron Delta Epsilon

Omicron Delta Epsilon is the international honor society in economics serving to recognize scholastic attainment and honoring outstanding achievement in economics. The society is one of the world's largest academic honor societies. The Marquette chapter was founded in 1981.

Professional Fraternities

Students in the College of Business Administration are eligible to join the following professional fraternities on campus: Psi Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, national accounting fraternity, and Delta Sigma Pi, the international professional commerce fraternity and Alpha Kappi Psi, a business fraternity.

Professional Societies

Marquette-ing Club - Student Marketing Organization (MC)

The Marquette-ing Club provides opportunities to students to interact with their fellow students, academicians and the business community and to develop a career-oriented objective.

Information Technology Student Organization (ITSO)

The Information Technology Student Organization has a mission to heighten the awareness of information systems business applications and careers available for business systems analysts.

Collegiate Entrepreneurs of Marquette (CEM)

Collegiate Entrepreneurs of Marquette is an organization of college students who promote entrepreneurship among the students, faculty, alumni and within the local community. CEM is an affiliate of Collegiate Entrepreneurs of America.

Marquette Economics Association (MEA)

The Economics Association student group was established to promote the academic, professional and leadership development of its members. The organization provides a forum for the professional and social interaction of students, faculty, alumni and professionals interested in economic issues and careers in economics.

Financial Management Association (FMA)

The Financial Management Association is a national association of finance specialists dedicated to developing interactions between students, the faculty, and the business community. Through a series of guest speakers, field trips, and simulation games, the organization exposes the students to as many career opportunities in finance as possible.

Go-Getters (GG)

The vision of the Go-Getters is to maximize business students' career potential by bringing in speakers, sponsoring seminars and workshops, touring companies, and one-on-one counseling sessions dealing with various aspects of career management. The members are eager to identify, pursue and earn a career opportunity with their number one choice of an employer.

Human Resources Management Association (HRMO)

The Human Resources Management Organization's primary aim is to assist students in improving their personal and professional managerial skills and understanding of the realities of the business environment.

International Business Student Association (IBSA)

The International Business Student Association (IBSA) provides a forum for all Marquette University students to learn about international business (IB) events, developments and activities on campus and in the business community. IBSA holds information meetings, IB-leader guest-speaker series, and provides other IB related academic and professional career development and networking opportunities.

Multicultural Business Organization (MBO)

The Multicultural Business Organization was established to support business students from diverse backgrounds in their pursuit of a successful academic career by raising awareness of and accessibility to resources within the university for developing and reaching their professional goals. Additionally, the MBO offers programming to enhance cross-cultural understanding of all Marquette students.

Operations and Supply Chain Management Association (OSCM)

The Operations and Supply Chain Management Association is a professional organization made up of individuals who practice and preach the art and science of Operations and Supply Chain Management. Students interact with local professionals by attending dinner meetings, plant tours, technical sessions, and other related activities.

Real Estate Club of Marquette (RE)

The Real Estate Club at Marquette provides the commercial real estate community with innovative effective, ethically committed applied real estate decision makers through superior learning, research and on site education. The club strives to provide each of their members with the highest level of applied experience. The organization arranges site visits to regionally developments and they create opportunities for members to network with industry leaders through mentoring and shadowing programs. Also, through the Center of Real Estate, they provide a wide range of internships to allow their members to gain firsthand experience. Club participants stay informed and connected to current industry trends and have the opportunity to become student members in organizations in the local area.

Women in Business (WIB)

Women in Business (WIB) is an organization at Marquette University founded in 2007 to aid female students in building their resume, gaining leadership skills, increasing networking opportunities and taking a look into and gaining insight from the lives of professional women. Members of the organization are undergraduate female students interested in having a professional career upon graduation. Members from all majors are welcome, typically we see students from the College of Business Administration and the College of Communication. WIB typically holds monthly meetings that bring professional working women from across the Midwest to campus to discuss a variety of topics. In addition, the organization holds socials and how-to sessions regarding different aspects of attaining a job.