All clubs and organizations outside of Undergraduate Business Student Association are open to students of all years and majors.
Undergraduate Accounting Club
The Undergraduate Accounting Club (UAC) was founded for the purpose of being the primary accounting resource for all undergraduate students interested in the field. The organization aims to help students explore accounting by providing informational sessions that familiarize students with the profession and other relevant topics. The club also strives to help students prepare for a career in accounting by offering networking events with accounting professionals.
Contact UAC president Julie Rowland at or visit http://www.facebook.com/#!/UndergraduateAccountingClubUnc for more information.
AIESEC is a global, non-political, independent, not-for-profit organization run by students and recent graduates of institutions of higher education. Our members are interested in world issues, leadership, and management. Members gain personal and professional development by applying themselves in real life situations running or participating in an international exchange program. Members manage stakeholders, create talent management strategies, create and implement a business plan, and constantly innovate to better deliver AIESEC's mission through our programs and projects. Our exchange and membership programs have been endorsed by the United Nations, multiple US presidents, CEOs of multinational corporations, and leaders of top-level human development organizations.
Contact president Alexandra Robinson at for more information.
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest professional business fraternity. We are a co-ed organization representing students across an array of majors who are united by our interest in business. We focus on serving both our local and greater communities, bonding as a brotherhood through team building and social events, and advancing our professional development through guest speakers, seminars, case competitions, and resume and interview workshops, among other opportunities. Contact president
for more information.
Campus Smart Initiative
The Campus Smart Initiative seeks to promote the availability and access to financial education for students. The organization can provide non-biased education and information for students as part of a community effort to improve overall student financial literacy.
Contact president Jori Fafoulas at for more information.
Carolina Women in Business
Carolina Women in Business is dedicated to promoting the advancement of women in the business world through professional development, community outreach, campus involvement, and social opportunities. Contact presidents Stephanie Michael at or Anna McGraw at for more information.
The Consulting Club‘s mission is to get as many of its members into Consulting positions that are right for them. We do this by informing students about the industry, connecting them with a wide variety of firms, and preparing them for the recruitment process through professional development workshops and social events. Throughout the whole process, we strive to help students build a lifetime network, which is incredibly critical in the Consulting world.
Contact presidents Leah Gonzalez at or John Son at for more information.
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi is a coed business fraternity that offers business students the opportunity to emerge from Kenan-Flagler as well-rounded graduates with the credentials needed to be successful in today's job market. Delta Sigma Pi offers participation in professional activities, community service projects and social events.
Contact president Jess McAdaragh at for more information.
UNC Finance Society
The purpose of the UNC Finance Society is to increase student awareness of career paths in the financial services industry and provide networking and educational opportunities relating to finance.
Contact the president, Andrew Carlin at for more information.
The Marketing Club supports proactive students interested in the field of marketing. By combining classroom knowledge with the resources made available to us by Kenan-Flagler, we provide real experiences for our engaged members through case competitions, guest lectures, and recruiting events. Please contact the president, David Simons at for more information.
Minority Business Student Alliance (MBSA)
The MBSA seeks to unite minority students who are interested in business administration, economics, industrial relations and other business-related disciplines. Students are brought together with business professionals and faculty members who advise on career and educational opportunities.
Contact presidents Angela Zhou at or Cindy Velasquez at for more information.
Net Impact Undergraduate Club
The Net Impact Club exists to cultivate values-driven business leaders by equipping and empowering them to be social and environmental change-makers as they enter the workforce. Contact president Ting Ting Eeo at for more information.
The Operations Club serves the needs of undergraduate students interested in the operations discipline or operations-related careers beyond graduation. Our goal is to educate students on operations careers, provide connections to potential employers and faculty resources, and foster an environment of intellectual curiosity and practical guidance to better prepare them for their careers and lives beyond college. We accomplish these goals by combining the operations concepts and knowledge students gain in the classroom with hands-on, real-life experience through facility tours, guest speakers, recruiting events, interactive activities, case competitions, and meet-and-greets with Operations Department faculty and alumni in the field.
For more information, please contact President Michael Bojanski at .
Real Estate Club
The Undergraduate Real Estate Club is founded for the purpose of educating undergraduates in the career of Real Estate. Our objectives are to coordinate presentations, discussions, social events, and related group activities around Real Estate.
Contact president Drew Nations at for more information.
The Undergraduate Business Technology Club
The Undergraduate Business Technology Club is a career-driven organization that aids tech-savvy students in networking within the local and national business-tech community. Additionally, the club will help both under- and upperclassmen understand the necessary skills they will need for a successful internship and job search. We are the intermediaries – who embrace the client-facing and strategic side of technology, and partner with the architects and software developers who create lines of code. Contact president Graham Lombardi at for more information.