Deepen your understanding of the profession and broaden your social circles through active, connected student organizations and honor societies that span all areas of study.
Accounting Club introduces the profession to accounting majors and students interested in the field through meetings, speakers, and networking events. Learn more.
Alpha Kappa Psi is a national professional business fraternity that promotes service, education, and membership in the Miller College of Business and beyond. Members must major or minor in business and maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher. Learn more.
American Marketing Association is the largest professional organization serving the needs and interests of marketing practitioners, students, and faculty. Ball State’s nationally-affiliated chapter is open to any major interested in learning more about marketing and building professional networks in the field. Learn more.
American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) is an international organization that serves as the educational society for resource management. Open to students in any major, membership includes a one-year subscription to the organization’s journal, discounts to conferences, and other perks. Learn more.
The student chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) is open to students in all technology related fields interested in learning more about the role technology plays in business. Learn more.
Beta Gamma Sigma encourages and rewards scholarship and accomplishment among top business and administration students. Senior business majors in the upper 10 percent of class and juniors in the upper 7 percent of their class are invited to become members. Learn more.
Members of the local chapter of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO) can be any major who maintains a 2.0 GPA. The group exposes members to a breadth of career options, enterprising opportunities, and networking. Learn more.
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity that encourages scholarship and furthers a higher standard of commercial ethics. Open to all business majors who maintain a 2.5 GPA, the organization hosts speakers, community service, and social events. Learn more.
Economics Club, formerly Gamma Delta Pi (GDP), promotes the understanding and appreciation of the science of economics. Membership is open to students of any major, faculty, and professionals, who attend talks, social events, and hands-on workshops.
Fashion Merchandising Association provides insight into the fashion industry. It allows students to become aware of career opportunities in the field, network with fashion merchandising professionals, and interact with fashion majors.
Finance Society is a professional organization dedicated to the exploration of the field of finance to assist in the professional, educational and social development of students into business leaders of the future. Membership is open to any major and includes students, faculty, staff, and professionals. Learn more.
Hospitality and Food Management Association promotes the hospitality profession, which includes event, food, and hotel management. Lectures, speakers and field trips enhance student exposure to the industry with a focus on developing leadership skills and networking.
Phi Gamma Nu
Phi Gamma Nu fosters the study of business in colleges and universities; upholds the interests of our alma maters through the encouragement of high school scholarship, participation in school activities, and the association of students for their mutual advancement; promotes professional competency and achievement in business; and furthers a high standard of business ethics and culture in civic and professional enterprises.
Pi Omega Pi
Pi Omega Pi is a national honor society in business and marketing education that promotes scholarship, leadership, and loyalty to the profession of teaching. Membership is open to students majoring in business education with a 2.75 GPA and have completed at least 15 hours in business or education with a B average.
Pi Sigma Epsilon is a national professional fraternity for selling, sales management, and marketing. Ball State’s chapter, formerly known as the Selling and Sales Management Club, is open to any student interested in selling, sales management, marketing, or related fields. Learn more.
The purpose of RPMA is to promote Residential Property Management as career and area of study, and to provide extra-curricular activities related to this field. The organization also provides leadership opportunities and networking experiences for its members. Learn more.
Society for Human Resource Management is the world's largest HR association. The Ball State chapter educates students on career opportunities within HR, builds students' professional networks, and furthers the HR profession by growing future leaders. Learn more.
Women in Business strives to empower members to become future leaders in the business world despite gender-related barriers. Although the workshops and speakers are tailored for females pursuing a business degree, Women in Business is open to all majors and genders. Learn more.