Make the most of your university experience by joining a business-related club to gain insightful knowledge, develop your professional skills and network with peers, alumni and employers.
Dean's Student Advisory Board
The Dean’s Student Advisory Board (DSAB) is an advisory body to the Edward Jones Dean of the Chaifetz School of Business. The board also serves as a forum for collaboration on projects and programming in the business school. DSAB is comprised of representatives from each club and department, as well as other student populations, within the Chaifetz School. Members are selected based on recommendations from faculty, staff and student leaders.
Professional Business & Honorary Fraternities
Alpha Kappa Epsilon is a nationally recognized honor society for international business students and professionals that provides a network of individuals who have an interest in this ever-growing field and establishes a forum for professional and social gain.
The International Business Club works to provide SLU students with knowledge, networking and experience in the area of international business.
As a professional business fraternity, AKPsi’s principles are to promote institutions of business education, to develop future leaders and to foster appreciation for higher ideals in business.
Founded in 1919, Beta Alpha Psi is an international honors organization for financial information students whose mission is to inspire and support excellence by fostering lifelong ethical, social and public responsibilities while providing opportunities for service, professional development and interaction among members and financial professionals.
BGS is the premier honor society recognizing business excellence. Lifetime members have earned the right to be considered the “Best in Business.” Undergraduate students are eligible for selection in junior or senior year.
DSP is composed of ambitious, unique business students. Members are dedicated to the advancement of business and commerce and are constantly working towards becoming well-rounded professionals.
Business School Clubs & Organizations
Aspire STL is a space for underrepresented businesspeople to grow professionally together. As the only diversity-based organization in the Chaifetz School of Business, Aspire also aims at bringing equity and representation to the forefront of the business school's conversations. The organization hosts meetings and workshops to provide opportunities for women and minorities in the corporate world
The mission of BAC is to engage students in different areas of evidence and statistics that help inform business decisions and help uncover the importance of analytical thinking.
The Economics Club’s mission is to promote economic literacy by SLU students for SLU students throughout the campus by means of public speakers, tutors, discussions on economic topics and club outings.
The Finance Club is designed to inform its members of career paths in the financial services sector and to provide opportunities to network with finance professionals. The club also promotes finance-related activities and provides its members with opportunities to take leadership in the club.
The College Entrepreneurship Organization’s mission is to introduce, engage and inspire student entrepreneurs to create a better world through entrepreneurship.
The mission of the SLU Marketing Club is to foster a creative and professional atmosphere in which students can develop their own definition of marketing by practicing marketing skills within the SLU community and beyond.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Club is an SHRM-affiliated student organization that is dedicated to facilitating experiential learning, socialization and professional development for students related to human resource management.
SBA is designed to aid sports business students and those who are interested in sports business by giving them the opportunity to network, connect and grow when looking for internships and careers to perfect their professional profile.
I've made great connections and met some of my closest friends through Marketing Club, and my involvement in other Chaifetz School student organizations has helped me find my voice as a leader.Emily Devyor, Class of 2023
Business Student Organizations Policies & Procedures
The Chaifetz School provides additional policies, procedures and resources to assist student clubs within the business school.