There are many student clubs and organizations across campus. You're sure to find one or more to fit your interests!
The Office of Student Activities can help you find out what is going on around campus or help you find a club or organization that you can get involved in.
The College of Business sponsors several business-oriented clubs and organizations:
Accounting Honor Society
The Accounting Honor Society is an honorary and professional organization for students of accountancy. Its stated purpose includes recognition of outstanding academic achievements in the field of accounting, promotion of the study and practice of accounting, provision of opportunities for self-development and association among members, and encouragement of a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility. The organization seeks to develop its members' professionalism through career-oriented, social, and community activities.
Beta Gamma Sigma
Beta Gamma Sigma is the honor society for business programs accredited by AACSB International. Membership is the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive in an undergraduate or master's program at a school accredited by AACSB International.
This means that through your academic achievements, you have earned the right to include yourself among our expanding network of business and management professionals. Do CEOs, CFOs, presidents, Deans, faculty members and professional staff at the world's most prestigious colleges and universities mean something to you?
Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest international recognition you can receive. Of the 1,400 U.S. institutions with degree programs in business, less than 380 are accredited by AACSB International and have chapters of Beta Gamma Sigma.
To be eligible for membership, the academic ranking of those being considered must place them in the upper seven percent of the junior class, upper ten percent of the senior class, or upper twenty percent of the graduating master's class. While almost 300,000 students receive bachelor's or master's degrees in business in the U.S. each year, only about 19,000 students are elected to membership in Beta Gamma Sigma.
There is no application form for this prestigious honor. Just keep doing what you are doing well and you may be invited to join!
Delta Sigma Pi (Mu Chi Chapter)
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional, co-ed fraternity open to all business and economics students, of any standing or emphasis. Through this organization, members will meet others with similar interests, strengthen their networking skills, give back to the community, and prepare for the business world. Each semester, DSP sponsors many professional events like: "Marketing Yourself" workshops that cover resume and professional dressing tips, and the Career Networking Night that brings employers to the students! These activities are open to all UCCS students and help our students stand-out when applying for jobs and internships.
Learn more by visiting the official fraternity website.
The Marketing Club is the first club at UCCS to give students the opportunity to work with real clients in efforts to enhance their firm's marketing strategy and in return, give our members real-life experiences and connections in industry. We strive to invest our new knowledge in non-profits, while giving our club members real marketing experience that is not regularly available during traditional education. Enhance your resume and build your connections, any majors welcomed! Learn more by visiting our facebook page.
Student Center for Public Trust
Chapters are hosted on college campuses across the country, which provide students with opportunities to participate in training sessions, conferences, community service and business ethics competitions.
StudentCPT chapters are supported by the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT), which has staff and resources available to help chapters maximize their effectiveness. The CPT staff works to create opportunities for students to network with the business community and learn how to market themselves in the job market after graduation.
Mission Statement - To promote ethical thinking in the developing character and conscience of students.
Vision Statement - To be the largest network of ethical leaders on college campuses.
Student Code of Ethics
I. Ethical Leadership
Student members set the standard for ethical leadership, ethical conduct and model ethical behavior. Student members act ethically in every personal interaction.
Student members accept responsibility and accountability for their individual decisions, actions and attitudes. Student members engage in activities that enhance the credibility and value of the SCPT and themselves.
Student members think and act with honesty and integrity, and apply high standards of ethical behavior to their daily activities.
Student members maintain a high level of trust with all others and build trust through fairness, honesty, accountability, integrity and transparency.
Student members should not engage in behaviors or activities that create potential, apparent or actual conflicts for the SCPT, NASBA CPT or themselves.
SMAC (Sport Management Activities Committee)
We are a club specifically for Sport Management students. We host various events throughout the school year for students including contests with rewards such as t-shirts and free food. As a club in the College of Business at UCCS, our mission is to build a strong network between sport management students and the community. Our goal is to help sport management students maintain the required GPA as well as be successful and professional in the business environment. Check out our latest activities on our Facebook page.
Society for Human Resource Management
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the leading voice of the human resource profession, representing the interests of over 60,000 professional and 6,000 student members around the world.
SHRM provides its members with educational and informational services, conferences and seminars, government and media representation, and publications that equip human resource professionals for their roles as leaders and decision-makers within their organizations. The society is a founding member and Secretariat of the World Federation of Personnel Management Associations (WFPMA), which links human resource associations in 55 nations.
As a national student member of the society, you will learn about the "real world" of human resource management (HRM) through award-winning publications and educational opportunities. Join one of over 300 student chapters located at colleges and universities throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Participate in activities that will build your knowledge of the HR field while developing valuable leadership and organizational skills. Through interaction with local HR professionals, you will make contacts today that could help you find a job tomorrow.
Sound interesting? If you are a Human Resources major, then it should. SHRM has over two dozen listed benefits and services for its members, including: