All clubs and organizations outside of the Student Leadership Council (SLC) are open to undergraduate 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.
Ascend seeks to create a community for (but not limited to) Pan-Asian aspiring professionals where they have access to a wide variety of resources through professional development and social opportunities to advance their future careers.
Contact the club president, Catherine Sun, for more information and to learn more about joining.
The Business Technology Club connects with financial institutions, corporations, marketing firms and fin-tech companies to organize campus presentations exploring consumer technology adoption trends. It aids you in understanding how businesses leverage technology to operate more efficiently. By providing you with opportunities to network directly with companies and individuals, the Business Technology Club it eases your transition into the internship and job search.
Carolina Case Challenge (CCC) is UNC Kenan-Flagler’s flagship intercollegiate case competition and is a 100% student-run initiative. At CCC, undergraduate students across multiple universities work to solve real business problems and present recommendations to real companies. Past firm and client sponsors include: Ernst & Young, Boston Consulting Group, Royal Caribbean, and Bloomin’ Brands.
Interested students have two ways to get involved. Students interested in a leadership role can apply to the Executive Committee and help plan and execute event operations. Students interested in the competition aspect have the opportunity to create a team and apply to represent UNC in the actual competition.
The Community, Equity, and Inclusion (CEI) Board aims to foster community at Kenan-Flagler Business School while embracing our diversities and talents. While we are a student-led organization, we work hand-in-hand with the undergraduate program to enact change within the program.
The Consulting Club‘s mission is to get as many of its members into the consulting positions that are right for them. We inform you about the industry, connect you with a wide variety of firms, and prepare you for the recruitment process through professional development workshops and social events. Throughout this process, we strive to help you build a lifetime network, critical for career success in the consulting world.
Consult Your Community (CYC) at UNC-Chapel Hill provides pro bono student consulting to small businesses, nonprofits, and startups in the Chapel Hill and Carrboro area. This club is a great opportunity to gain hands-on business experience, hone problem-solving and teamwork skills, meet mentors and friends, compete in case competitions, and workshops with firms! We work mainly with low-income and/or minority-owned businesses; diversity, equity, and inclusion are important to us.
Delta Sigma Pi is a co-ed business fraternity that offers you the opportunity to emerge from UNC 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.
The Family Business Club provides the opportunity for students both from family businesses and those looking to work in a family-owned company to connect and learn from each other and family business leaders.
Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda Chapter (FBLA-PBL) is the largest career student business organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members develop key leadership, communication, and collaborative skills needed for careers in any area of expertise. We focus on community service, development workshops, team-building, fundraising, competitive events, and much more. We continually build new relations with businesses to provide members exclusive recruiting events, scholarship opportunities, and closer relationships to corporations.
The Undergraduate International Business Club builds a community for students who are interested in global business insights and dedicates to help them become global business leaders. It provides career development activities tailored to international students, including but not limited to resume workshops and speaker series where international alumni share their career experiences in the U.S. or abroad. It also offers programs and events that enrich students understanding of the latest international business trends.
Contact club co-presidents, Zoey Lyu and Yishu Ouyang, for more information and to learn more about joining.
The Marketing Club supports proactive students interested in the field of marketing. By combining classroom knowledge with the resources made available to us by UNC Kenan-Flagler, we provide real experiences for our engaged members through case competitions, guest lectures and recruiting events.
The Minority Business Student Alliance (MBSA) seeks to unite minority students who are interested in business administration, economics, industrial relations and other business-related disciplines. We bring you together with business professionals and faculty members who advise on career and educational opportunities.
Moneythink is a community service organization that promotes and teaches financial literacy to students of all ages. Through interaction in our local community and beyond, Moneythink aims to teach finance concepts from the basics of budgeting and saving to tax preparation and investment management. Our students gain important knowledge and then spread it to those who need it most.
The Operations Club serves the needs of undergraduate students interested in the operations discipline or operations-related careers. Our goal is to educate you on operations careers, provide connections to potential employers and faculty resources and foster an environment of intellectual curiosity and practical guidance to better prepare for your careers and lives beyond college. We combine the operations concepts and knowledge you 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 faculty and alumni in the field.
Pride@KFBS serves as the Undergraduate Business Program’s LGBTQ+ organization. We seek to increase LGBTQ+ visibility at UNC Kenan-Flagler and establish a sense of community for LGBTQ+ students and allies interested in business. Additionally, we connect students to LGBTQ-friendly employers and 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 provides them the tools to become a better ally.
Contact club president, Eden Gordon, for more information or if you have questions.
The Student Leadership Council is led by the representative UBP student-leaders from each of the UBP clubs and organizations. The monthly meetings foster connection and collaboration between our organizations. Guest speakers complement the standard agenda to provide insight on leadership topics.
If you would like to learn more about the Student Leadership Council, reach out to Molly Macchia, UBP Student Engagement Coordinator.
This organization supports children through the Super Cooper’s Little Red Wagon Foundation while they undergo pediatric cancer treatment at UNC and Duke Hospitals. One friend is all it takes. Our objective is to provide a positive and dependable role model for each Super Cooper child. It is our intention to be this child’s friend and parent’s respite during their temporary relocation. An integral piece of the fight against cancer is maintaining a positive mindset and a strong willingness to succeed. Perhaps a friend is all they need to help give that extra push. Another piece that cannot be understated is the reciprocity of this relationship; the Super Cooper children have just has many, if not more, 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.
The Sustainable Business Club at UNC Kenan-Flagler is committed to the well-being of both economic and ecological systems. We envision the Sustainable Business Club, university, and community doing business that preserves, protects and ultimately enhances the living systems that sustain local business and the larger human economy. Our mission is to educate members on sustainable business practices by facilitating discussion with neighboring companies and engaging in activities to promote a sustainable economy for future generations including guest lectures and company tours.
TAMID Group’s program is designed to offer experiential business learning. Beginning with an interactive classroom curriculum, the program soon progresses to give members hands-on experience with companies in the heart of the startup nation. TAMID oversees a $50,000 equity investment fund and also offers pro bono consulting services to international high-tech start-ups.
The UNC Undergraduate Healthcare & Business Club informs students about career and post-graduate opportunities in the healthcare industry. We help you 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.
As the 100th branch of the international organization, 180 Degrees Consulting – UNC Chapel Hill is committed to providing the highest quality advisory services to non-profits and socially-minded organizations. We strive to leverage the potential of high performing university students in solving the most pressing challenges facing today’s non-profits by providing these students with opportunities to create innovative, practical and sustainable solutions to these challenges.