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Outside of the classroom, the Business Student Associations and Professional Business Fraternities provide opportunities for undergraduate students to develop new interests and friendships, expand their knowledge of  business disciplines, broaden their networks of SCU students and alumni, and participate in professional and social events. Involvement in one or more of the Business Student Associations or Professional Fraternities provides a richer experience to the college years. In addition, these organizations offer many leadership opportunities. Get involved today!


Business Student Associations (BSA)

  • AA_badgeAccounting Association

    The Accounting Association organizes professional and social activities designed to stimulate and develop the skills and relationships essential to an accounting career. The SCU Accounting Program owes much of its success to the efforts of these students in organizing events that prepare senior, junior, and sophomore students for interviews and accounting careers.
    Contact: Ally Nguyen (
  • SCEO_badgeSanta Clara Entrepreneur Organization

    Santa Clara Entrepreneurs Organization is a student group focused on advancing student entrepreneurship at Santa Clara University. It features competitions, business endeavors, guest speakers, and workshops for students to learn about starting up their own businesses from idea to execution.
    Our mission is to foster, promote and strengthen entrepreneurial talent both locally and globally by leveraging Santa Clara University and its community.
    Contact: Anthony Prieto (


  • FA_badgeFinance Association

    The Finance Association seeks to connect its members with the working world through various networking and informational events. The themes of these events are generally centered on the diverse fields of Finance. The overarching goal is to expose SCU students to what awaits after college.
    Contact: Rahul Varshneya (

  • LBSA_badgeLatino Business Students Association (LBSA)

    The Latino Business Student Association (LBSA) of Santa Clara University (SCU) will attempt to educate and prepare members, providing them with the necessary tools and skills to strive and succeed in the business world. We will provide members with useful information, networking opportunities, and ongoing relationships through campus resources, faculty, business professionals, the Leavey School of Business, alumni and fellow LBSA members. We will serve as a mechanism for communication between the Leavey School of Business and LBSA members. In addition, we will provide an environment that enables LBSA members to enhance themselves culturally and academically. While expanding Latino leadership in the global work force.
    Contact: Eloy Ramirez (
  • club-badge-templateUMark

    UMark exists to educate SCU students about career paths in marketing-related fields, and to facilitate networking between SCU students and professionals in these fields.
    Contact:(Christina Adams)
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  • RSSA_bdgeRetail Studies Student Association

    The Retail Studies program provides students with the qualifications to enter the retail industry in such fields as buying, e-commerce, store management, global sourcing, and information technology.  Students enrolled in the program will graduate with a minor in Retail Studies and are a part of the Retail Studies Student Association (providing students with networking, scholarship and leadership opportunities).
    Contact: Elizabeth Kiikvee (
  • investment-club-badgeInvestment Club

  • Management Association BadgeManagement Association

    The Santa Clara Management Association is a community comprised of current students and alumni. Learning useful leadership skills and analyzing careers and obstacles in management are main topics we will discuss throughout the year. The Management Association gives like minded people the opportunity to talk strategy and broaden their network of business partners and mentors. Our association links people together through business panels and other social events. Employment opportunities will also be discussed in order to give Management Association members the chance to improve their career trajectory.

    Contact: Spandana Lakkamraju (


Professional Business Fraternities

  • alpha-kappa-psi-badgeAlpha Kappa Psi

    A coed professional business fraternity recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders. It is dedicated to improving the welfare of its members through individual business development, fostering business connections, and constructively contributing to the surrounding community.
    Contact: Chris Lord (
  • Beta Gamma Sigma badgeBeta Gamma Sigma

    Beta Gamma Sigma, the national business honor society, was founded in 1913, and is the business academy's equivalent of the humanities' Phi Beta Kappa. The Santa Clara University chapter was begun in 1955.

    Contact: Connie Rice (

  • Delta Sigma Pi badgeDelta Sigma Pi

    Delta Sigma Pi is a co-ed, international professional fraternity with a membership of over 260,000 around the globe. The fraternity provides a world-wide network to each of its members, supporting their professional and personal development not only through college, but for a lifetime.

    Founded on May 13th, 1950 at Santa Clara University is the Gamma Xi Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi. Gamma Xi seeks to improve the social and economic welfare of our community, and the professionalism and network of our brothers. The Brothers of Gamma Xi are students of the Leavey School of Business or Economics majors in the School of Arts and Sciences.
    Contact: Ryan Uyeno (
For more Information
About Undergraduate Business Clubs


Undergraduate Business Programs Office

Lucas Hall 115


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