Student Resources

SLU Students
 

There are a number of resources and opportunities available for students in the John Cook School of Business. From study-abroad options to career development, learn how to make the most of your education at Saint Louis University. 

Student Organizations

Value your education. Make the most of it by joining business-related clubs that provide insightful knowledge, networking events and professional development skills.

Dean’s Student Advisory Board

The Dean’s Student Advisory Board is an advisory body to the Dean of the Cook School. It is comprised of representation from each of the clubs and student-led initiatives within the Cook School and also serves as a forum for the clubs and student initiatives within the Cook School to collaborate on projects and programming.

Alpha Kappa Epsilon

The national honor society for international business students.

Beta Alpha Psi

The national honors fraternity for accounting, finance and ITM students.

Beta Gamma Sigma

The national honors business fraternity.

Alpha Kappa Psi

A professional business fraternity that is both co-ed and national in scope.

Delta Sigma Pi

A professional fraternity for men and women pursuing careers in business.

Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM)

A national organization of professionals in human resources and personnel management.

SLU Entrepreneurs' Club

Our mission is to introduce, engage, and inspire student entrepreneurs to create a better world through entrepreneurship.

Economics Club

A business school organization for students interested in economics.

Wall Street Club

For students who are interested in careers in finance.

International Business Club
An organization of both graduate and undergraduate students focusing on local and international issues.
Sports Business Association
Designed to aid sports business students and those who are interested in sports business in meeting professionals in the field, networking and to help in future job searches.
Freshmen in Business
An organization for students new to the business school providing social and professional development opportunities.
Student Center for Public Trust
Join SLU’s chapter of the Student CPT which is a national ethical leadership organization sponsored by NASBA. We host workshops, attend conferences, enter competitions and invite speakers who share their knowledge about ethics in the workplace.