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Student Organizations

  • Accounting Student Advisory Board

    For more information, contact student representative Ellie Doerr.

  • Association for Information Systems (AIS)

    The Clemson Chapter of the Association for Information Systems aims to encourage student interest in information systems through case studies, presentations, speakers and activities. Read more about the AIS.

    For more information, contact student representative Tristan Whaley.

  • Association for Supply Chain Management (APICS)

    APICS is the premier professional association for supply chain management. The Clemson student chapter has access to educational programs, networking opportunities and other resources.

    For more information, contact student representative Jacob Schneider.

  • Beta Alpha Psi

    Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary organization for financial information students and professionals. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. This includes promoting the study and practice of accounting, finance and information systems; providing opportunities for self-development, service and association among members and practicing professionals and encouraging a sense of ethical, social and public responsibility.

    For more information, contact faculty advisor Phebian Davis or student representative Victoria Palen.

  • Clemson Business Analytics Club

    The Clemson Business Analytics Club aims to help students interested in Business Analytics opportunities to grow personally, intellectually, professionally and socially among a support network of students, professors and professionals. This mission will be accomplished through speaker events with industry professionals, workshops in applicable software and networking events.

    For more information, contact faculty advisor Hongki Kim.

  • Clemson University Marketing Association (CUMA)

    The Clemson University Marketing Association is open to all students in the College of Business; not just marketing majors. It is designed to bring students with common interests together and to provide them with the necessary skills to excel in the marketing industry. This organization affords networking opportunities between students, faculty and industry leaders. Additional resources include course selection/advising, information on internships, informative speakers and much more.

    For more information, contact faculty advisor Rob Massey or student representative Olivia Robinson.

  • College of Business Recruitment Ambassadors

    The College of Business Recruitment Ambassadors are a group of student volunteers who have been selected and trained by the College of Business to lead one-on-one information sessions with prospective families and represent the college across all university functions. These students invest their time in the College of Business because they want to give back to a program that has given so much to them. 

    For more information, contact Recruitment Ambassadors president Wil Niesen.

  • College of Business Student Advisory Board

    The Student Advisory Board is composed of students representing each academic department within the College of Business. These representatives are actively engaged in the College and provide a sounding board for student concerns.

    Learn more about the College of Business Student Advisory Board or contact Student Advisory Board chair Wil Niesen for more information.

  • Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity (DSP)

    Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students. For almost thirty years, the Kappa Tau chapter at Clemson University has taken the steps to grow professionally as members of Clemson University, as well as future businesspeople.

    For more information, contact Delta Sigma Pi president Amanda Billings.

  • Economics Club

    The Economics Club launched in the Spring of 2016 to act as a resource to those interested in economic thinking. Open to all students, the Economics Club hosts events such as industry experts and business speakers, debates, resume & networking workshops, movies and more to promote economic thinking on Clemson's campus. The Club provides opportunities to think about economics in a modern setting and how you may apply the trade to accomplish your academic and career goals.

    For more information, stop by the Economics Administrative Office in Sirrine 228 or contact student representative Justin Kearney.

  • Finance Club

    The focus of the Finance Club is to provide interactions between current finance majors and companies looking to hire students for internships and full-time work. The Finance Club hosts the annual Fall Recruiters BBQ in September as well as produces the Resume Book for senior finance majors. In addition to these annual events, the Finance Club hosts periodic information and networking sessions.

    Past Activities/Presenters: Bank of America, Ford Credit, ScanSource, AXA Advisors

    When Club meets: Four to six times a semester, announced ahead of time

    Annual Dues: Announced annually

    How to Join: Junior/senior finance major only, attend any event

    For more information, contact faculty advisor John Alexander.

  • Finance Student Advisory Board

    For more information, contact student representative Conor O'Donnell.

  • Financial Planning Association

    The focus of the Clemson Financial Planning Association is to promote the profession of Financial Planning. The organization does this through monthly outside industry speakers, monthly lunch-and-learn workshops and annual conferences.

    When Club Meets: 3-4 times a semester, announced ahead of time

    Annual Dues: $0 (subject to change)

    How to Join: Attend any meeting and speak to an officer at the end.

    For more information, contact faculty advisor Josh Harris.

  • Gamma Epsilon Tau (Graphic Communications)

    Gamma Epsilon Tau (GET) is an honorary/service organization for graphic communication students. Clemson's GET, the Xi chapter, is the 14th chapter of its kind on college campuses around the country.

    For more information, contact faculty advisor Eric Weisenmiller or student representative Charlotte Higgins.

  • Institute of Management Accountants (IMA)

    The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) Student Chapter is dedicated to exploring the world of accountancy and financial services. Through the sponsorship of the Greenville, South Carolina Chapter of the IMA, students are invited to attend a national leadership conference discussing the ideals and philosophies of the Accounting Profession. The IMA is committed to establishing professional relationships, developing student leaders and promoting overall excellence.

    For more information, contact faculty advisor Robin Radtke or student representative Jacob Edwards.

  • Management Student Advisory Board

    The Management Student Advisory Board is made up of sophomore, junior and senior management majors with various emphasis areas. The new representatives are selected at the end of each academic year through an application process. Each representative has demonstrated that they are a leader within the department and are committed to bettering the college as a whole. The board collaborates with the Department of Management faculty on various initiatives as well as the College of Business Student Advisory Board on interdepartmental issues.

    For more information, contact student representative Claire Stricklier or email

  • Marketing Student Advisory Board

    Find out more about Marketing Student Advisory Board members.

    For more information, contact student representative Wil Niesen.

  • Minority Business Student Association (MBSA)

    Read more about the MBSA.

    For more information, contact student representative Cameron Blassingame or Tevej Rhodes.

  • Real Estate Club

    For more information, contact student representative Justin Rose.

  • Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

    The Clemson chapter of the SHRM acquaints students with the field of human resource management, keeps students updated on industry developments and provides learning opportunities through interaction with human resource practitioners. The chapter also aims to promote the development of truly professional human resource managers and encourage adherence to the Code of Ethics of the Society for Human Resource Management.

    For more information, contact student representative Emily Dozier.

  • Wall Street South Investment Club (WSS)

    The focus of this organization is to gain hands-on experience in trading securities and managing an investment portfolio. The Wall Street South Club uses a global portfolio simulation which is a comprehensive trading simulation featuring stocks, bonds, mutual funds, options, futures and international stocks. Student members will receive $100,000 of hypothetical money in a brokerage account for the fall and spring semesters to trade and manage.

    Past Activities/Presenters: Portfolio management simulation (ongoing), trading room sessions (Bloomberg Financial Markets), end of year lunch/celebration and guest speakers (various portfolio managers and analysts, vanguard and Suntrust).

    When Club meets: 3-4 times a semester, announced ahead of time

    Annual Dues: $20 annual (subject to change)

    How to Join: Fall only, junior/senior standing preferred. All business majors welcome.

    For more information, contact faculty advisor Kerri McMillan or student representative Laura Nickell.

  • Women in Business

    Women in Business is open to female and male students in the business school. Its goal is to further women's knowledge on how to succeed as professionals by exposing more undergraduate females to women professionals through networking, workshops and speaker series.

    For more information, contact Women in Business co-presidents Kelly Cherry or Madison Hartsock at