All clubs and organizations outside of Undergraduate Business Student Association are open to students of all years and majors.
The purpose of the Undergraduate Accounting Club (UAC) is to be the primary accounting resource for all undergraduate students interested in the field. We provide informational sessions that familiarize students with the profession and help them explore other relevant topics. We also strive to help students prepare for a career in accounting by offering networking events with accounting professionals. Contact UAC president Raquelle LeBlanc or visit the UNC Undergraduate Accounting Club Facebook group for more information.
Carolina Sustainable Business 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 Rabina Sawheny or visit the Carolina Sustainable Business Club website for more information.
Carolina THINK raises awareness and interest in the entrepreneurial field. We help students discover entrepreneurship as a discipline that extends beyond the confines of conventional business. By combining classroom knowledge campus resources, we aim to grow awareness around the importance of entrepreneurship to students from all backgrounds. We connect entrepreneurial-minded students and create a united approach for the development of social and commercial change. We hold monthly meetups where thought leaders, CEOs, and professors/researchers speak to Carolina students. We hope these leaders in innovation can connect with the student body, reveal market trends, share takeaways and inspire. For more information, please contact President Vasu Gupta or visit the Carolina THINK Facebook Group.
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 president Caroline Wagner or visit the Carolina Women in Business webpage for more information.
The Consulting Club‘s mission is to get as many of its members into the consulting positions that are right for them. We inform students about the industry, connect them with a wide variety of firms, and prepare them for the recruitment process through professional development workshops and social events. Throughout this process, we strive to help students build a lifetime network, critical for career success in the consulting world. Contact the co-presidents Allie Savino at Allie Savino or Jess Schmitz for more information.
Delta Sigma Pi is a co-ed 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 Anna Spove for more information.
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, Ryan Scott through the UNC Finance Society webpage for more information.
The International Business Club serves to benefit both UNC students who are interested in international business and international students who are studying abroad at UNC. A main goal of the club is to facilitate the knowledge and understanding of different business cultures across the globe by bringing together international exchange students and American students. Through professional development and social events, the club helps all interested students learn about international business opportunities and pathways. For more information, please contact president Matt Ragusa.
Pride@KFBS serves as the Undergraduate Business Program’s LGBTQ+ organization. The organization seeks to increase LGBTQ+ visibility at Kenan-Flagler and to establish a sense of community for LGBTQ+ students and allies interested in business. Additionally, we connect students to LGBTQ-friendly employers and seek to provide extensive professional development opportunities specific to the needs of LGBTQ+ students in business. Our organization welcomes allies to show support and partake in educational events, which will provide them the tools to become a better ally. For more information, or if you have any questions, please feel free to contact Co-Presidents Graeme Strickland or Brendan Kerestes.
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 Lindsay Pasteris for more information.
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 the Co-Presidents Taylor Medlock or Diamonde Henderson or visit the MBSA Club website for more information.
The Operations Club serves the needs of undergraduate students interested in the operations discipline or operations-related careers. 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 students for their careers and lives beyond college. We combine 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 visit our website or contact president Thor Petersen.
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. The club also helps 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 Robert Richter or visit the Undergraduate Business Technology club website for more information.
The UNC Undergraduate Healthcare Club aims to inform students about career and post-graduate opportunities in the healthcare industry. We help students explore the endless opportunities in the field, from healthcare administration to healthcare consulting. In addition to educational and networking events, we volunteer within the local healthcare community to gain an understanding of the industry as a whole. As UNC Kenan-Flagler’s first undergraduate healthcare club, we hope to be the future leaders within our industry. To learn more about the Undergraduate Healthcare Club, visit the Undergraduate Healthcare Club Facebook group or contact Joseph Romaine.
The purpose of this organization is to support children through the Super Cooper’s Little Red Wagon Foundation while they undergo pediatric cancer treatment at UNC and Duke Hospitals. Our objective is to provide a positive and dependable role model for each Super Cooper child. It is our intention to be each child’s friend and their parent’s respite while in the hospital, and to help foster in each a positive mindset and a strong willingness to succeed. These relationships are reciprocal: Super Cooper children have many life lessons to teach all of us. We also aim to educate our membership on the issues involved in the psychosocial care of pediatric cancer patients. To learn more about Super Cooper’s College Buddies, contact president Maggie Apple.
Moneythink UNC is part of a national Moneythink movement at college campuses across the country seeking to promote financial capability through education. We are working to expand economic opportunity in the United States by equipping high school youth with the right tools to navigate the financial decisions of adulthood, and achieve financial prosperity. Our innovative mentorship model gets young people excited about financial education and enables them to make smart financial decisions. We are starting our students down the path toward economic success and, in turn, generating a financial ripple effect through families and entire communities. If you are interested in joining the movement please apply. While we are not currently accepting new members, any applications we receive will be considered in the fall.