Honorary, Service, and Professional Organizations
The Accounting Association bridges the gap between the academic and professional worlds. We sponsor events that bring the industry into the classroom and allow students to directly interact with accounting professionals so they are better prepared for their future careers. Email the Accounting Association at email@example.com for more information.
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest co-ed professional business fraternity in the world. With core values of Brotherhood, Knowledge, Integrity, Service, and Unity, it is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders. Through guest speakers from every industry, professional workshops, internships offered exclusively to brothers, community service projects, and social events, Alpha Kappa Psi improves every member’s college experience and beyond. For additional information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The BU Bitcoin Club aims to enable student’s use of crypto-currencies, including but not limited to education and exchange of resources and ideas on Bitcoin, as well as Bitcoin research and technologies. The organization will assist the community in Bitcoin adoption, and utilize the student force to realize Bitcoin’s potential.
Boston University Black Business Student Association (BBSA)
The Black Business Student Association provides a support system through which students of minority backgrounds can help each other thrive in the Questrom School of Business and ensure positive career self-development. The BBSA has three main objectives: to enhance and formalize the connections between individuals who are interested in business matters related to black students; to solidify the alumni network, connecting black undergraduate students with black Questrom graduates in business professions; and to establish key partnerships with companies/organizations who are interested in the career development of black management students. For more information, visit our Facebook page.
Boston University Consulting Group
Boston University Consulting group (BUCG) is a collaborative organization focused on preparing students of all academic backgrounds for careers in consulting. We sponsor comprehensive workshops, mock interviews, and alumni panels to this end. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Boston University Finance & Investment Club
Boston University Finance & Investment Club (BUFC) is an interactive, team-oriented group focused on mentoring its members from their first year of college to their first year on the job. Incoming freshmen and seasoned seniors are able to contribute to BUFC’s live fund through guided investment research and management. BUFC provides networking opportunities for its members to meet alumni, from recent graduates to the senior executives. Events include the annual Wall Street Trip and “Your Future in Finance” conference. For additional information, email us at BUinvest@bu.edu.
Boston University Marketing Club (BUMKC)
The BU Marketing Club is for students who have an interest in the marketing career field. Through guest speakers and other events planned throughout the year, BUMKC connects students with the marketing world outside the classroom. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Business & Technology Club
The Business & Technology Club helps unite and create a forum for students, alumni, faculty, and recruiters interested in Information Systems Management. The group’s purpose is to promote awareness of information systems and provide an opportunity for collaboration. We invite companies to campus to talk about careers, create scholarship opportunities, and maintain relationships with companies who hire MIS students. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Capital Management provides stock trading skills and knowledge not taught in the classroom. The club’s training program caters to students at all levels and benefits members in their personal and professional lives. We use mock trading accounts to learn basic principles and technical analysis before moving on to advanced training in trading strategies like hedging and options. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information or to get involved.
The Dean’s Hosts are approximately 30 students who receive, host, and give tours to visitors of the Questrom School of Business at the Dean’s designation and discretion. Please contact the Dean’s office for information on how to get involved.
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi is a co-ed business fraternity that fosters the study of business in undergraduate education. The Gamma Chapter includes students from the Questrom School of Business and School of Hospitality Administration, and Economics majors. Our mission is to encourage, support, and shape our members’ professional goals through networking events, career fairs, community service, professional workshops, and social gatherings. Contact DSPGamma@gmail.com for more information.
The Boston University Entrepreneurship Club is an event-based club that holds events each semester allowing members to connect with fellow entrepreneurial students, venture capitalists, advisory mentors, and prolific entrepreneurs in Boston. Our past speakers include well-known entrepreneurs Robin Chase (Founder of Zipcar), Fred DeLuca (Founder & CEO of Subway), and Mike Flaherty (Co-Founder & CEO of Walden Media). If you’re interested in building your network or starting your own venture, Entrepreneurship Club is for you. Email email@example.com for more information.
Fashion and Retail Association
The Fashion and Retail Association of Boston University (FAB) is the single outlet for BU students interested in the design, marketing, public relations, retail, publishing, and management aspects of the fashion industry. Members gain valuable knowledge and experience through guest speakers, networking events, New York company site visits, student-run fashion shows, and more. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Financial Modeling Club
The Boston University Financial Modeling Club (BUFMC) is designed to be a team-oriented and fun experience. Welcoming all interested in developing their financial modeling expertise, BUFMC is open to any Boston University student. Whether the student is a freshman struggling with the FE 101 Excel assignment, or a senior looking to refine his skills before entering the corporate world, BUFMC offers an exciting and rewarding opportunity. For additional information, please visit our website.
Global Business Brigades
Global Business Brigades is a part of the overarching nonprofit organization Global Brigades. Global Brigades is the largest student-run organization in the world and is comprised of students from North America and Europe. Each year, thousands of students embark on hundreds of brigades to either Panama, Nicaragua, Ghana, or Honduras to work to achieve sustainable development through either business/microfinance, medical, dental, water, human rights, or environmental initiatives. Boston University’s chapter of Global Business Brigades travels to Panama each May. While in Panama, we provide microfinance loans, credit and savings workshops, and small business consulting to communities in impoverished rural areas. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Health & Life Sciences Club
The Health & Life Sciences Club strives to expose students to the various fields of the health and life sciences industry. The club brings together students of different educational backgrounds, i.e., pre-med students and finance majors, to promote a holistic understanding of the health care industry through active discussion of current health care issues. We organize networking opportunities with members of the industry, conduct site visits to health care corporations and institutes, and sponsor on-campus lectures by guest speakers. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
herNetwork is the BU women in business club which serves as a networking and mentoring group for motivated and passionate undergraduate BU female students. With their motto of “Women Mean Business”, herNetwork aims to build a strong and empowering community. Through discussion-based meetings, speaker panels, workshop events, and an annual Spring Conference, they strive to inspire, connect, and educate BU female students of all majors to help them start a successful career. For more information, email email@example.com or visit the club’s website.
International Business Club
Through presentations by speakers involved in business abroad, case studies, documentaries, and alumni study and work abroad experience, BUIBC works to enhance students’ understanding of the global economy and the nuances of international business. We also strive to provide as much information and preparation as possible to members on how to prepare and succeed in the international job market. You can find us in OrgSync under the name International Business Club and through our Facebook group. You can always contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
LOCK Honorary Service Society
The LOCK Honorary Society is the oldest student organization at Questrom and was founded in 1924 by Professor Charles Stratton and Lyman Phillips on the belief that those who have the privilege of scholarship must share what they have gained. LOCK members fulfill that responsibility by providing their peers with tutoring in all required Questrom courses and through other community service initiatives. Membership in LOCK is by invitation in the Spring Semester. For more information, visit http://questromworld.bu.edu/lock.
Music Business Club
Music Business Club acts as a platform for students to gain hands-on music industry experience in one of three areas: Events Management, Artist Management, and Music Marketing. Through our dynamic work and strong support system, MBC members have access to unique opportunities that allow them to identify and develop the skills necessary to thrive in the music industry while forming valuable personal and professional relationships. For more information, feel free to contact email@example.com.
Net Impact Undergraduate
The BU Net Impact Undergraduate Chapter aims to encourage social responsibility and sustainable practices in everyday life and business. Through educational, networking, and professional speaker events, we strive to inspire and prepare future leaders to act responsibly and recognize their impact on society and the environment. Come bring your ideas and your passion to our weekly meetings! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our Facebook page.
Phi Chi Theta
Phi Chi Theta is a co-ed business fraternity with a focus on business innovation: social enterprise, technology, and entrepreneurship. Reinstated in 2014, we are a growing team of brothers and sisters who are dedicated to the mission of fostering leaders who chart their own career paths. Through business innovation and our entrepreneurial spirit, we strive to pioneer a more progressive and tech-savvy society. If you are interested, visit our website for more information.
Public Markets Investing Group
Boston University’s Public Markets Investing Group (PMIG) seeks to bring together like-minded students from a variety of backgrounds and areas of study. Weekly hands-on discussions with the PMIG analysts teach the hard and soft skills, and are for well-rounded students with high potential and leadership ability. In addition to these meetings, PMIG hosts a Speaker Series, where students from all BU schools and grade levels are invited to hear from, and meet, prominent and distinguished individuals from a variety of fields. Please contact us at email@example.com and visit www.facebook.com/bupmig for more information.
Questrom Latino is an undergraduate organization that revolves around promoting and enriching the Latin American culture within BU. With the growing importance for diversity in today’s business world, Questrom Latino helps its members to learn and develop skills and attributes essential for today’s economy. Our purpose is to help develop future professionals and leaders, and facilitate networking within the Latin American business community. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Questrom Mentor Program is a peer mentoring network of Questrom juniors and seniors that help first-year students leverage the knowledge and first-hand expertise of upperclassmen within the Questrom School of Business. Freshmen and transfer students benefit from mentors who can relate to their experiences and provide informal advice on how to succeed during their time in Questrom. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Questrom Student Government
Student Government plans educational, community service, and social activities for the Questrom undergraduate community and acts as a liaison between students and the administration. There are many leadership opportunities available throughout the year and weekly General Assembly meetings are open to all Questrom undergraduates. No experience is required and attendance is strongly encouraged. Contact us at QuestromGov@bu.edu for more information.
Real Estate Club
The Real Estate Club gives students an understanding of the real estate industry by discussing topics such as land development, construction, architecture, financing, and property management. Guest speakers attend meetings to discuss their roles in the industry and outings to a building or construction site are also scheduled. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
RISE is an organization that fosters conversations about human rights issues, gender issues, and current events in the workplace. We hold discussions throughout the year about these various topics.
Sexual Equality in Business
Sexual Equality in Business (SEB) is an advocacy group for sexual equality in business, advocating that one’s sexual identity should not define them as a person, especially in the professional sense. While being a sexual minority is not required for participation in the organization’s activities, all group members are expected to have an open mind about further exploration of LGBT awareness and involvement in current and future business development. Our aspiration for this new addition to Questrom is to promote awareness to sexual minorities in the workplace by listening to speakers and discussing topics of insightful thought in meetings. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
The TAMID Group is a nonprofit organization that develops the professional skills of undergraduate students through hands-on interaction with the Israeli economy. TAMID integrates the next generation of entrepreneurs and business professionals with Israel through a comprehensive education curriculum, pro bono consulting for Israeli startups, capital market investment research, and a summer internship program in Israel. TAMID has no political or religious affiliations. For more information, see the organization’s website.
United Better Me
United Better Me (UBM), the very first Chinese female organization at Boston University, is dedicated to creating a social platform that provides our members with various opportunities to build connections with each other. Through organizing and participating in diverse conferences, career fairs, and bonding events, UBM acts as the bridge between our members and the American society, thriving to promote communication and help them acquire skills that are needed in their future career. For more information, visit our Facebook page.
Asian Business Club
The Asian Business Club is a student-run organization at Boston University which provides an environment for those interested in the Asian business community to network and socialize with others of similar interests. We aim to provide networking opportunities for our members so that they may exchange information, share experiences, and discover new opportunities through their new contacts.
Bio Business Organization
Founded in fall 2002, the Boston University Bio Business Organization brings together like-minded students, alumni, faculty, and members of the community. Our goal is to foster collaboration and networking between academia and the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, and diagnostic industries. This is achieved through a number of activities including: industry events and presentations, on-site tours of corporate facilities, consulting-related opportunities with local companies, social mixers and networking events, and career development programs.
The Cohort Cup is the BU Questrom School of Business’s annual competition among the full-time MBA cohorts. It provides social and competitive outlets for students, ranging from sports tournaments to the annual talent show. Most importantly, it builds the community and allows students to get to know their classmates outside of an academic setting.
Cohort Q is the LGBT student organization for the Boston University Questrom School of Business.
The BU MBA Consulting Association, often referred to as BUMBACA, is a student-run association that connects BU MBA students and alumni with professionals from the consulting industry.
The BU Energy Club is an exciting cross-disciplinary club that brings together students in business, engineering, and policy from across the University. It is designed for students who are interested in preserving the environment and/or careers in energy.
The BU Entrepreneurs is a student-run club, part of the Boston University MBA community. Our goal is to support and empower student entrepreneurs by connecting them to the people and resources they need to accomplish their goals.
The mission of the Finance Club is to further develop an understanding of various career paths in the finance industry, including but not limited to the areas of investment and commercial banking, wealth management, private equity, venture capital, and corporate finance. In addition, the club works to foster a sense of community between all students interested in pursuing careers in finance and develop strong ties with the faculty members of the Finance Department.
The Health Services Management Association is dedicated to representing, educating, and promoting the interests of all students focused on careers in the health services industry. The club’s goal is to provide a forum for focused professional career development and exposure and access to industry professionals and alumni, along with a strong community voice for the needs of members.
The Investment Club is a forum for graduate business students interested in a career in investment management, private equity, or investment banking to connect with each other, the investment community, and alumni. The club offers students a unique opportunity to acquire real-world investment analysis and portfolio management skills through management of a student-run, globally oriented equity portfolio.
Latin American MBA Association
LAMBAA welcomes all students interested in the emerging markets of Latin America and the increasingly important Hispanic marketplace of the USA. It collaborates with students and encourages US and Latin American businesspeople to create a network for the purpose of sharing knowledge and building long-term relationships. It also provides information about employment and internship opportunities available both domestically and abroad. LAMBAA supports these efforts via educational forums, networking events, and cultural exchanges inspired by Latin American culture.
Leadership and Organizational Transformation Club
This club aims to strengthen students’ leadership, support career development, network with alumni, and complement the LOT concentration.
The MBA Marketing Association is dedicated to promoting the discipline of marketing and assisting its members with the challenging transition from academia to the marketing profession. The association sponsors a series of lectures, panels, and job search programs each semester to give marketing students greater insight on the profession. They also sponsor speakers, networking opportunities, company visits, and other events to assist students with company research.
Mathematical Finance Club
The club focuses on the integration of certain practical domains of mathematics with an in-depth study of the theory and practice of modern finance. Our view of the field of mathematical finance (MF) has always been that “mathematical” modifies “finance” and that understanding the nature of the Brownian motion, however instrumental, does not amount to an understanding of finance. The club provides a platform for the students to communicate and learn from each other, as well as to gain expertise from other financial professionals and alumini.
The association serves as a lifelong resource for MS·MBA students and alumni by providing educational programming and career development events, and by facilitating engagement between students, alumni, and technology-minded professionals.
Net Impact members are part of an international network of MBA students and business professionals who seek to use business to improve the world through responsible management and sustainable practices.
The MBA Partners Club is a networking and support community for Boston University MBA students and their significant others.
PhD Questrom School of Business Student Association
The aim of the PhD Questrom School of Business Student Association is to foster a community of support for doctoral students in the Questrom School of Business. We host social and career-planning events throughout the academic year to encourage cross-department conversation and learning. We also seek, when possible, to address issues that are relevant to our members.
Public and Nonprofit Club
The PNP Club is a student-run organization that enhances the Public and Nonprofit Management Program curriculum and increases awareness of the sector’s activities through panels, networking, social events, and other activities.
Real Estate Club
The Real Estate Club introduces real estate as an exciting professional career option or simply a personal interest. The club brings together students, alumni, and career professionals through speaking and networking events.
Sports and Social Club
The BU Sports and Social Club is for everyone who likes to be social and active. All MBAs join to meet other students in the program.
West Coast Networking Club
The West Coast Networking Club is an organization focused on building BU’s presence on the West Coast. One of our primary objectives is to organize industry focused “treks” to the West Coast to meet with companies that don’t traditionally visit campus. This year we are offering two treks: Technology (Bay Area) and Entertainment (Southern California).
Women’s MBA Association
The association’s mission is to support and empower current Boston University MBA women to achieve personal growth and professional success. In addition, the club hopes to address the unique challenges facing women in business by facilitating a network of students, alumni, faculty, and the larger professional community.