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Network and Learn


Dynamic, Student-Run Organizations

Joining a club is a great way to explore your career interests and options and connect with fellow students and professionals in your field. Attend networking events, listen to knowledgeable guest speakers from the professional community, and take part in real-world projects and learning opportunities. If you’re a first-year student, we encourage you to join one or more clubs, to learn more about fields and majors before you choose a concentration. Want to develop your leadership skills? Serve as a club executive board member.

Accounting Club

Visit Twin Cities accounting firms, listen to guest speakers and participate in community service projects. Attend social events, including the annual spring accounting banquet.

Beta Gamma Sigma

BGS is an international honor society limited to AACSB-accredited schools like St. Thomas. Each spring, the top 10% of the junior and senior classes and the top 20% of master’s students are invited to join BGS. Past honorary members include St. Thomas President Julie Sullivan, and Opus alumni and CEO of Feed My Starving Children Mark Crea.

Business Law and Compliance Club

Learn about career opportunities and other aspects of legal studies. Business Law Club members are exposed to academic, career, social and service opportunities, and bring the attention of the legal and business world to our campus.

Business Undergraduate Mentor Program (BUMP)

First years and sophomores can apply to have a junior or senior mentor. Students accepted into BUMP meet 1:1 with a mentor and attend events. Events focus on professional development and social networking.

Delta Sigma Pi 

This international co-ed fraternity trains business and economics majors in professional skills, leadership, ethics, and service. Gain real-world professional experience through networking with alumni, business tours of the Twin Cities and participation in community service.

Learn More About Delta Sigma Pi

Diversity in Business Club

Explore multicultural diversity in the business environment through presentations, activities and collaboration with other clubs. The Diversity in Business Club is a resource for students from diverse backgrounds who plan to pursue business-related careers.


This international non-profit organization is active in more than 35 countries around the world, and is open to all majors. Develop community outreach projects that use business and entrepreneurial skills to improve quality of life for people in need. Projects are presented at an annual conference.

Financial Management Association

The Financial Management Association encourages the interaction of business executives, faculty and finance students. Develop your professional, educational and social skills as you prepare for a career in finance, banking or investments.

Investment Club 

Learn about careers outside of corporate finance and within the capital and financial markets industry. The club hosts professionals from the investment community and leads educational activities such as managing your own sum of money using a real-time simulator.

LEAD Club (Leaders Engaging in Active Development)

LEAD Club helps bridge the gap between coursework and real-world application. This club regularly interacts with business professionals who discuss specific leadership concepts.

Real Estate Society

Study local markets through club projects, field trips, guest speakers and meetings with industry professionals. Real Estate Society also assists with internship and job placement opportunities with various companies in the industry.

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) 

In the St. Thomas chapter of SHRM, club members attend monthly meetings to expand their HR knowledge and network with local HR professionals. This tight-knit group regularly participates in social and service events.

Learn More about SHRM

Sports Business Club 

Learn about business careers in the world of sports. The club hosts guest speakers who work for a variety of sports teams and organizations, to help students make professional connections and learn about the role of business in sports organizations.

Supply Chain and Operations Management Club

Network with students and potential employers, and listen to guest speakers who work in supply chain and operations management. SCOM is a student chapter of the American Production & Inventory Control Society, Inc. (APICS), which is a professional organization available for students to join. SCOM is open to all majors.

Tommie Marketing Club

The Tommie Marketing Club (formally the American Marketing Association) promotes member involvement through speakers, community service, career development, and social events. Members have the opportunity to gain valuable information about various Marketing roles and grow their network within the Twin Cities.

Women in Business 

Explore business opportunities, build skills, and connect with fellow business majors through events and happy hours.

Undergraduate Business Council

UBC is the official representative organization for undergraduate business students. The Undergraduate Business Council encourages active participation in college affairs and quality education, providing services in the best interest of the students.