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        The College of Business is home to numerous organizations for students studying in its programs. These honor societies, associations, and clubs enhance the educational experience on campus and provide ongoing benefits for students in these fields.

        • Accounting

          Beta Alpha Psi Honorary

          Beta Alpha Psi promotes professional growth, academic enhancement, social activities, leadership opportunities, and service activities. This national honorary and professional organization is open to declared accounting majors (or students making progress toward an accounting degree) who are either:

          1. Currently enrolled in ACCT 3110 Intermediate Accounting I with an overall GPA of a 3.0 and a grade of “B” or better in ACCT 2110 Principles of Financial Accounting at Auburn University,

            OR
          2. Have completed ACCT 3110, and have overall, accounting, and upper-level accounting GPAs of at least a 3.0. 
            Transfer students must complete two upper-level accounting courses at Auburn with at least a 3.0 institutional GPA.

          Sponsor:  Colby Lakas

           

          Rising Accountant & Analyst Program

          This Auburn honorary and professional organization is open to freshmen and sophomore pre-business, accounting, or business analytics students who are interested in pursuing a career in professional services and have a minimum overall GPA of 3.0.  Organizational meetings are held in conjunction with Beta Alpha Psi meetings on Tuesday nights at 6:00 p.m.

          The Rising Accountant & Analyst Program (RAAP) promotes professional growth activities that prepare students for the internship recruiting process and eventual membership in Beta Alpha Psi.

          Sponsor: Colby Lakas

           
        • Business Analytics

          Women in Technology

          Women in Technology promotes professional growth for Information Systems Management or Business Analytics majors through enhancing resume and interview skills and by learning from key female executives within a variety of industries. 

          Chapter meetings and workshops are designed to make female graduates in Information Systems Management and Business Analytics more competitive in the workforce beyond Harbert College. 

          Faculty advisor: Sumin Han (szh0117@auburn.edu

           

          AIS Student Chapter

          The Association of Information Systems student organization provides a community for business analytics and information systems management students to explore career paths, develop technology skills, grow their professional networks and prepare for successful careers in technology. 

          Faculty Advisors:              Michael Lamb (mwl0010@auburn.edu)

                                                          Kevin Craig (kac0117@auburn.edu)

           

          Sports Analytics

          The Sports Analytics Club offers students the chance to blend their analytic skills and love of sports via guest speakers, conferences and competitions.

          Faculty Advisor:                Pankush Kalgotra (pzk0031@auburn.edu

           

          Minorities in Technology

          Minorities in Technology promotes professional development, networking and career opportunities for minority students interested in technology-related careers.

          Faculty Advisor:                Renee Pratt (rmp0054@auburn.edu)

        • Finance

          Auburn Student Investment Fund

          The Auburn Student Investment Fund is a student-run organization that provides a practical way for students to enhance their knowledge and awareness of the equity markets. The Auburn Student Investment Fund is funded by Birmingham-based investment bank Sterne Agee Group, Inc. and competes with other schools in the southeast to produce the largest investment gains during the fall and spring semesters. A portion of the gains are donated to the Harbert College of Business at the end of the competition. The Auburn Student Investment Fund is open to any student at Auburn University with any level of experience. Visit our website.

          Sponsors:  Jitka Hilliard

           

          Financial Management Association National Honor Society

          Founded in 1974, the Financial Management Association (FMA) National Honor Society (NHS) is the only internationally honorary specifically for finance students. Students inducted to the NHS have a unique means of demonstrating their academic and professional excellence to potential employers. This honor helps set you apart from others when pursuing your career since less than 5% of all finance graduates nationally are accepted for the Honor Society membership.

          Sponsor:  Tracy Richard (offsite website)

           

          Real Estate Society

          The Real Estate Society at Auburn University is a professional organization open to all majors which provides members with knowledge about the real-estate industry. The Real Estate Society meets bi-monthly to host networking events and guest speakers who share experiences in the various fields of real estate, including commercial, residential, appraisal, development, and investment.

          Sponsor: Justin Benefield (offsite website)

        • Graduate School

          MBA Ambassadors

          Ambassadors personify and give voice to our Auburn MBA cohorts during admissions, alumni, and career development events. They are among the first to engage with visiting prospects considering an MBA at the Harbert College of Business. Ambassadors are selected through an application and interview process each fall semester. Membership is open to current Full-Time MBA students.

          Sponsor:Jennifer Gibson

        • Human Resources

          Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

          This organization encourages careers in personnel management and shows students how the human resources management profession works. Activities include speakers, field trips to local plants, and philanthropy events. Visit our website.

          The Society for Human Resource Management is open to all majors interested.

          Sponsor: Megan Sumners

        • Information Systems

          Women in Technology

          Women in Technology promotes professional growth for Information Systems Management or Business Analytics majors through enhancing resume and interview skills and by learning from key female executives within a variety of industries. 

          Chapter meetings and workshops are designed to make female graduates in Information Systems Management and Business Analytics more competitive in the workforce beyond Harbert College. 

          Faculty advisor: Sumin Han (szh0117@auburn.edu

          AIS Student Chapter

          The Association of Information Systems student organization provides a community for business analytics and information systems management students to explore career paths, develop technology skills, grow their professional networks and prepare for successful careers in technology. 

          Faculty Advisors:              Michael Lamb (mwl0010@auburn.edu)

                                                          Kevin Craig (kac0117@auburn.edu)

          Sports Analytics

          The Sports Analytics Club offers students the chance to blend their analytic skills and love of sports via guest speakers, conferences and competitions.

          Faculty Advisor:                Michael Lamb (mwl0010@auburn.edu)

          Minorities in Technology

          Minorities in Technology promotes professional development, networking and career opportunities for minority students interested in technology-related careers.

          Faculty Advisor:                Michael Lamb (mwl0010@auburn.edu)

        • Management

          Sigma Iota Epsilon, Professional Society

          Sigma Iota Epsilon is an honorary and professional fraternity that recognizes scholastic excellence and promotes cooperation between the academic and practical aspects of management.

          You're welcome to join if you have a minimum 3.0 GPA, have completed at least 30 credit hours with a minimum of one management-prefix course with a grade of a “B” or better, and have stated your interest in continuing in the management curriculum by taking at least one more management-prefix course.

          Sponsor: Peter Stanwick

        • Marketing

          Auburn University Marketing Association

          The Auburn University Marketing Association provides real-life application of marketing curriculum through speakers, projects, socials, and bi-monthly meetings, and enables members to network with marketing executives and gain real-world experience in business and marketing in particular.

          If you're a student at the Harbert College of Business, you qualify to join.

          Sponsor: Emory Serviss

        • Supply Chain

          Auburn Supply Chain Management Association

          Auburn Supply Chain Management Association is a student-run organization dedicated to furthering student knowledge of supply chain management and enhancing the career development of our members.

          If you're interested, you may join us for our many activities including guest lecturers from industry representatives, factory tours, competitions, and socials.

          https://auburn.campuslabs.com/engage/organization/ascma

          Sponsors: Tyler Morgan and LaDonna Thornton

        • Open to All Business Majors

          Auburn Supply Chain Management Association

          Auburn Supply Chain Management Association is a student-run organization dedicated to furthering student knowledge of supply chain management and enhancing the career development of our members. If you're interested, you may join us for our many activities including guest lecturers from industry representatives, factory tours, competitions, and socials. Visit our website: https://auburn.campuslabs.com/engage/organization/ascma

          Sponsors: Tyler Morgan and LaDonna Thornton

           

          Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity

          Open to all business majors, this professional business fraternity promotes academic and professional excellence through hosting visiting speakers, fundraisers, and social gatherings. Visit our website.

          Sponsor: Talitha Smith

           

          Beta Gamma Sigma Honorary

          This scholastic honor society fosters excellence in scholarship in business studies. To qualify, you must be a graduate student in the top 20% of your class or an undergraduate senior, junior, or sophomore in the top 10% of your class.

          Sponsor: Andrew J. McLelland

           

          Auburn University Marketing Association

          The Auburn University Marketing Association provides real-life application of marketing curriculum through speakers, projects, socials, and bi-monthly meetings, and enables members to network with marketing executives and gain real-world experience in business and marketing in particular. If you're a student at the Harbert College of Business, you qualify to join.

          Sponsor: Emory Serviss

           

          Women in Business

          Women in Business is a community of driven individuals emerging as young professionals in the business world. The organization strives for both personal and professional growth and believes in creating a community of support for success. Visit us at our website.

          Sponsor: Danielle Corrigan

           

          Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity

          This professional business fraternity promotes professional development and the study of business. Join us for our many activities including hosting business speakers, community service projects, and social gatherings.

          Sponsor: Meagon Bryant

           

          Executive Society

          The Executive Society is a host and leadership organization that enhances top College of Business students’ knowledge of the business world through interaction with other College of Business students, faculty, alumni, and other prominent business leaders. Visit us at our website.

          If you're an undergraduate in the Harbert College of Business, you qualify to join.

          Sponsor: Becca Grace

           

          Real Estate Society

          The Real Estate Society at Auburn University is a professional organization open to all majors which provides members with knowledge about the real-estate industry. The Real Estate Society meets bi-monthly to host networking events and guest speakers who share experiences in the various fields of real estate, including commercial, residential, appraisal, development, and investment.

          Sponsor: Justin Benefield (offsite website)

           

          Social Media Ambassador Program

          The Social Media Ambassador Program is a hands-on social marketing experience that combines two things you love, the Harbert College of Business and social media. The program is designed to give selected student ambassadors the opportunity to promote and represent the Harbert College of Business while developing their Instagram influence marketing skills.  Prerequisites and requirements must met to be considered for the program.  Visit our website to learn more: Harbert Social Media Ambassador Program

          Sponsor: Charlsie Etheredge

          Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

          This organization encourages careers in personnel management and shows students how the human resources management profession works. Activities include speakers, field trips to local plants, and philanthropy events. Visit our website. The Society for Human Resource Management is open to all majors interested.

          Sponsor: Megan Sumners

           

          Student Council

          The College of Business Student Council represents all student organizations in the college. The president and vice president of the Council are elected by the College’s student body. A cabinet is appointed by the president, vice president and members of the previous year’s Student Council. Students interested in serving on the Council should watch for application postings after the election of the president and vice president. If you're an undergraduate in the Harbert College of Business, you qualify to join.

          Sponsor: Becca Grace

           

          Student Center for Public Trust

          Join an organization with others like you who are dedicated to ethical leadership. The Student Center for Public Trust (SCPT) not only focuses on the importance of ethical leadership but also the need for accountability, integrity, and trust across all avenues of business.

          Sponsor: O.C. Ferrell