Business Student Organizations

Actively participate in at least one business student organization during your college career. Through your college's student organizations, you can learn about your major, find internships, gain leadership and practical business experience, and hang out with people who have the same interests as you!


College Council

  • Business Administration College Council

    The Business Administration College Council acts as the governing body for all student organizations of the Warrington College of Business Administration at the University of Florida. We organize and sponsor student events, network with several top companies, act as the primary liaison between the students, faculty, and administration of the Warrington College of Business Administration, and volunteer our time in the Gainesville community.
  • Fisher School of Accounting Council

    The Fisher School of Accounting Council is part of the campus-wide Board of College Councils. The Council serves as a liaison between the accounting students and faculty. It sponsors professional and social programs for the benefit of accounting students and participates in projects that serve our community.

Honorary

  • 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.
  • Beta Gamma Sigma

    Beta Gamma Sigma is the national scholastic honor society in the field of business administration. To be eligible for membership a student must be ranked in the top ten percent of his/her junior or senior class and meet certain course residency requirements.

Service & Leadership

  • ASTRA

    ASTRA (Ability, Service, Training, Responsibility, Achievement) is a service organization that is sponsored by the Warrington College of Business Administration and the Altrusa Club of Gainesville. Although our club is predominately women and business majors, anyone is welcome!
  • Enactus

    Enactus is an international organization that mobilizes university students around the world to make a difference in their communities while developing the skills to become socially responsible business leaders. UF Enactus strives to inspire entrepreneurial spirit in UF students to improve the quality of life in our community.
  • Microfinance Foundation

    The Microfinance Foundation at the University of Florida gives students the unique ability to use knowledge from their academic pursuits to effectuate real change in the world. We are dedicated to promoting sustainable development projects in some of the poorest nations on the planet. We offer students a variety of ways to get involved. These include multi-disciplinary research forums on the field of Microfinance, advocating and sponsoring courses on Microfinance, hands on work with partners around the world, and fundraising to increase the loan portfolios of our partner organizations. Microfinance, or the lending of microloans, has proven to be one of the most effective ways to stimulate local economies and pull individuals out of poverty. Come join us and be on the cutting edge of the fight against poverty.
  • Warrington Diplomats

    The Warrington Diplomats are a highly motivated and committed group of students who are selected through a competitive application process by the Heavener School of Business in the Warrington College of Business Administration. To be considered for a Diplomat position, students must have attained junior or senior status with a minimum 3.3 UF GPA.

Mentorship

  • Business Undergraduate Mentorship Program (BUMP)

    BUMP focuses on developing the holistic student by creating opportunities for students to develop academically, professionally, and personally.
  • Career & Academic Peer Mentors (CAP)

    CAP Mentors provide undergraduate business majors with guidance and support in all facets of academic and professional development necessary for finding a internship in their career field.

Major & Academic

  • American Marketing Association

    The University of Florida student chapter of the American Marketing Association is one of the largest student organizations on campus. AMA welcomes students of all majors and classifications.
  • Association for Information Systems

    The Association for Information Systems is the official organization of the Master of Science in Information Systems and Operations Management program at the University of Florida. Although membership consists primarily of graduate students, we welcome all UF students who are interested in the career opportunities provided through the combination of business and technology. Our mission is to best prepare our members to successfully enter the job market, to supply information concerning the many career paths available to them, and to provide exclusive opportunities to meet with top employers. We do this through professional development seminars, information sessions with employers and the recruiters for Fortune 500 companies, and a bi-annual mixer.
  • Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CEI) Ambassadors

    The CEI Ambassadors promote entrepreneurship in the university community by creating experiential learning opportunities that inspire innovation.
  • Collegiate Sales Academy (CSA)

    The Collegiate Sales Academy was created to elevate the perception of professional selling at the University of Florida by creating and enhancing the opportunities available to students interested in sales. The CSA works to help students develop the skills necessary to be successful in professional selling, as well as help those interested in sales secure internships and jobs in the field. Email (fiona19 at ufl.edu) for more information.
  • The Entrepreneurship Club

    The Entrepreneurship Club was formed to promote the creation of new ventures at the University of Florida and Gainesville. Our programs are focused on wealth creation and idea generation. Programs include Idea Forums, Brown Bag Lunches, Workshops, Distinguished Speaker Series, and much, much more!!
  • Gator Society for Human Resources Management

    The Society for Human Resources Management (UF-SHRM) is an chapter of a national organization for students and professionals interested in the human resource field regardless of academic major. For more information, please see the message board located on the west end of the first floor of Matherly Hall, or contact the Department of Management located in room 201 of Stuzin Hall, 392-0163.
  • Gator Student Investment Fund

    The GSIF gives students the unique opportunity to apply classroom concepts to real world investing. Selected students will act as money managers and work on sector teams to analyze securities and develop comprehensive reports for trading decisions. Email (FLGSIF at gmail.com) for more information.
  • Real Estate Society

    The mission of the UF Real Estate Society is to actively create, support and enhance the academic experiences and pre-professional opportunities for students involved in the UF Program in Real Estate.
  • Retail Society

    The Retail Society works to develop a strong networking system for those who are interested in seeking internships and careers in retailing. This is achieved through constant contact with knowledgeable, experienced students and via information sessions which allow recruiters to discourse on their companies and opportunities.
  • Student Finance Group

    The Student Finance Group focuses on finance and provides networking opportunities for finance and other business majors. The organization hosts a speaker series that features business finance professionals, coordinates mentoring opportunities with graduate students, provides information and activities related to professional development, engages in community service, and offers students interested in finance the chance to take part in finance-related competitions.
  • Student Investment Club (SIC)

    The Student Investment Club (SIC) gives students at the University of Florida the chance to get hands on experience investing their money in the stock market with a group of their peers. SIC is open to students of any major and no prior investing experience is necessary. Students do not have to invest any money to be a member of the club.
  • Warrington Finance Scholars

    Students must apply, interview, and be selected for admission into the Finance Honors Program at the University of Florida. The department and the College jointly award the designation of Warrington Finance Scholars to those students who successfully complete their first semester within the program.
  • Student Finance Group

    Student Finance Group is the largest student organization at the Warrington College of Business Administration. In our view, University of Florida (UF) students deserve an equal chance or opportunity at finding jobs based on their merit, and not based solely on their alma mater. We are determined to achieve this vision by helping students of all majors (not just finance) find and land a dream internship or full-time job in finance or another business-related field. We not only bring in quality companies like Google, Bank of America, and Johnson & Johnson to recruit from our organization; we provide you with the skills necessary to be a top candidate during recruitment.
  • Undergraduate Economic Society

    The UES was formed to provide students interested in furthering their understanding of the field of economics a forum in which to gather and discuss national and world events. The UES is not limited only to those majoring in economics but is open to all students interested in the field.
  • Undergraduate Ethics Ambassadors

    A student group dedicated to increasing the awareness of the importance of ethical business practices.

Multicultural & Diversity

  • Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting

    ALPFA is a national professional organization dedicated to develop better opportunities in business professions such as accounting and finance. Students may benefit from networking with top professionals and sponsors such as KPMG, PWC, and other key companies in the financial industry.
  • Florida Women In Business

    FWIB is a professional development organization that gives women the tools to succeed and break down barriers in college and beyond. Our vision is to empower women in a supportive environment and provide each member a unique experience. For example, our Mentor/Mentee program offers you a one-on-one relationship with a veteran FWIB member whose goal is to help you find your passion and be an advocate for your success. We also offer various committees that help you develop your strengths. Finally, we have inspiring speakers from prominent companies and the community who will offer their personal experiences and advice. When you join Florida Women in Business, you know you’re joining a family of dynamic women who will help you in all of your endeavors and will cheer you on every step of the way. Email (wibuf at gmail.com) for more information.
  • Gator Student Chapter National Association of Black Accountants

    The purpose of Gator Student Chapter of National Association of Black Accountants is: 1. To encourage and develop the technical skills of its members; 2. To encourage and assist students to enter the accounting curriculum; 3. To provide opportunities for members to fulfill civic responsibilities; 4. To develop cordial relations among members and cooperative relations with other students; 5. To ensure long-term financial stability and provide adequate resources to implement chapter programs; 6. To represent the interests of current and prospective minority accounting students; and 7. To market the Association to its members.
  • Hispanic Student Business Association

    The Hispanic Student Business Association promotes professional, community and campus awareness of Hispanic students who show promise of becoming future business leaders. We encourage any interested students to join the Hispanic Student Business Association and get involved with an exciting and innovative organization.
  • International Business Society

    The International Business Society's mission is to promote interest in international affairs and business topics among the UF student body. IBS is a great way for International Students (UF students as well as visiting exchange students) to get involved and actively contribute to an organization on campus.
  • Minority Business Society

    The Minority Business Society strives to educate and inspire students, both professionally and personally. MBS was organized to develop a network of college support systems for minority students. MBS sponsors and promotes activities, programs, and information sessions, in which we aim to educate our members on resume building, interviewing, internship, and employment opportunities. .

General Business Organizations

  • The Florida Business Leadership Society

    The Florida Business Leadership Society (FBLS) is a club for emerging student leaders that want to enhance their knowledge of all industries in business. FBLS looks to foster a sense of social and interpersonal expertise among members while developing a professional attitude, leadership skills and insight in the various fields of business. Many of our meetings include corporate speakers who lead presentations on their company and explain available internship opportunities. FBLS meetings also offer numerous opportunities to strengthen networking skills among peers and professionals. The organization takes part in various community service projects and social events each semester. Large events include the FBLS Student Opportunity and Achievement Retreat (SOAR) and the Faculty-Student Luncheon.
  • Innovative College Executives (ICE)

    The mission of Business Professionals of America is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic, and technological skills.
  • Phi Beta Lambda

    PHI BETA LAMBDA, Tau Pi Chapter, is the collegiate division of Future Business Leaders of America. We are not a greek organization, but an equal opportunity organization that seeks the interest of students who have a curiosity in business and/or business-related fields. We help students develop leadership and networking opportunities in a university setting as well as within the Gainesville community so that they will benefit as productive and efficient citizens. The PBL executive board, with its committee chairs, delegate work to all members so that everyone participates. We strive for each member to mature into a Future Business Leader of America.
  • Undergraduate Consulting Club (UCC)

    The Undergraduate Consulting Club (UCC) is the University of Florida’s first pre-professional consulting organization, serving as a key resource for undergraduates considering a career in consulting. We strive to educate and prepare our members for future careers in consulting by providing our members with resources, training, and connections to top employers.

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Phone: 352.392.2397
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