FSB Student Organizations

Define your Farmer Experience...

Today’s global and competitive job market demands that schools of business prepare their students to be dynamic leaders, great communicators, skilled collaborators and bold visionaries. Active and engaged learning starts in the classroom but students must continuously sharpen and practice these skills.

In the Farmer School, student organizations provide the perfect place where students can lead teams, communicate with members and problem-solve. FSB challenges our students to actively participate in one of our over 40 organizations, including 5 co-ed fraternities and 2 honorary societies. Employers expect students to be actively engaged in student organizations and extra-curricular activities. In fact, many organizations host employer functions and activities specifically for and with our clubs!

We believe that we gain valuable life skills learning, living and working with people with different cultures, viewpoints and lifestyles. As our students graduate and join an increasingly global workforce, this appreciation for individuals as individuals will better equip them to succeed and will create new communities that celebrate diversity.

Michelle Thomas

Michelle Thomas
Director of Student Engagement and Diversity
1022D FSB
513-529-4236
thomasm@miamioh.edu

Did You Find Your Org?

Look them up on the Miami Student Org Hub to learn more about their meeting times, and connect with a chapter officer.


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Upcoming Events and Opportunities

Meet the B-Orgs

Meet our business organizations and join something new!

February 8, 2022
6:00pm EST - 8:00pm EST
FSB Forsythe Commons


Business Student Advisory Council (BSAC) Office Hours

Farmer students may meet with a member of the Business Student Advisory Council (BSAC) to discuss topics such as:

  • Time Management
  • Business Organizations
  • FYIC Tips for Success

Office hours will be 1:00 pm-4:00 pm ET each Wednesday

Students can schedule for BSAC's Office Hours by following this link.

Business Fraternities

The Farmer School of Business is home to 5 different co-ed professional business fraternities.


Alpha Kappa Psi

AKPsi LogoAlpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest professional business fraternity. With chapters across the world, AKPsi provides an international network of business leaders. Alpha Kappa Psi is comprised of 14 different committees that provide professional opportunities to our 130 brothers, preparing them to become the next generation of business leaders. Our committees include a student managed stock portfolio as well as a student run consulting firm, East Bridge Consultancy. Alpha Kappa Psi members actively learn about business issues and professionalism while participating in brotherhood events and philanthropic endeavors. Activities include professional speakers and events, fundraisers, and community outreach. 


Delta Sigma Pi

Delta Sigma Pi LogoDelta Sigma Pi is a co-ed professional fraternity that fosters the study of business and promotes professionalism, networking, and service. With an alumni base of almost 300,000 business professionals, DSP offers a strong international network for its members to connect with. The chapter also hosts speakers and business professionals from many different industries, and undertakes charitable activities in partnership with national and local organizations.


Pi Sigma Epsilon

PSE LogoPi Sigma Epsilon (PSE) is one of the five professional business fraternities at Miami with an emphasis on marketing and sales. While we are a business fraternity, we are accepting of all majors across the University. PSE strives to be the premier professional business organization on campus in which its members have the opportunity to experience client- based projects, executive speakers, networking events, social activities and so much more. PSE here at Miami has won the Lewis F. Gordon, Top Gold Chapter across the entire nation 12 of the past 17 years, including the last 3 years in a row. We make it a mission to grow our members' professional and personal development, enhance their college experience, and help them find a feeling of self-discovery.


Phi Gamma Nu

PGN LogoPhi Gamma Nu is a woman-founded, co-ed business organization beginning its first year at Miami University in 2020. As one of the largest business fraternities in the United States, we are dedicated not only to the business world but to the full formation of every individual member of our organization. It is insurmountable to us that our members leave Miami with both business-related skills and a rationally formed conscious life. The organization is open to all majors and minors and cultivates professional behavior in its members through activities such as resume critiques, professional speakers, and mock interviews


Phi Chi Theta

Phi Chi ThetaPhi Chi Theta is Miami University's second newest co-ed professional business and economics fraternity, formed in 2013 by eighty-three ambitious student leaders. Our three pillars concentrate on professional development, philanthropic outreach, and camaraderie. Our organization has an international focus which allows us to look at the influence of globalization in the business world today. We are devoted to helping our members develop as professional individuals, while also creating lifelong friendships.


Honor Societies

FSB is home to two business-focused honor societies.


Beta Alpha Psi

Beta Alpha Psi LogoBeta Alpha Psi is a national honorary organization that gives accountancy, finance, and ISA majors opportunities to learn about accounting and related professions. The Miami chapter’s activities include early entrance to Meet the Firms, professional meetings with accounting practitioners, etiquette dinners, mock interviews, and service projects. Social events enable student members to mix informally with faculty members and practitioners. Eligibility for membership is based on overall grade point average as well as the successful completion of a certain number of hours in major courses. The organization meets weekly for professional development and community service activities.


Beta Gamma Sigma

Beta Gamma SigmaBeta Gamma Sigma was founded in 1913 to recognize and reward high levels of achievement in the study of business. Today, its members include numerous leaders in both business and higher education. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is a nationally recognized symbol of your high level of performance at Miami University. Students are invited to Beta Gamma Sigma, it is not an open organization.


Accounting Association

The Accounting Association is a business organization for students majoring, minoring, or simply interested in Accounting at FSB. The organization allows students who are not currently members of Beta Alpha Psi and other organizations to learn what opportunities are available in the field. The Accounting Association also holds informational events to learn more about careers, credentials, and other important accounting related topics. The organization filters members with a major or minor in Accounting, Finance and/or ISA into Beta Alpha Psi who may not yet be eligible to join. This allows members to attend elite BAP meetings with top firms and companies in the Accounting/Finance/ISA fields prior to being full BAP members.


Beta Alpha Psi

Beta Alpha Psi is a national honorary organization that gives accountancy, finance, and ISA majors opportunities to learn about accounting and related professions. The Miami chapter’s activities include early entrance to Meet the Firms, professional meetings with accounting practitioners, etiquette dinners, mock interviews, and service projects. Social events enable student members to mix informally with faculty members and practitioners. Eligibility for membership is based on overall grade point average as well as the successful completion of a certain number of hours in major courses. The organization meets weekly for professional development and community service activities.


First Miami Student Credit Union (FMSCU)

The only financial institution located on Miami University’s Oxford Campus. Founded in 1988 by a group of Miami Students, First Miami began as a cost-effective alternative to Oxford’s Uptown banking options. Today, First Miami is one of only two completely student-run credit unions in the nation and maintains an asset base averaging roughly one million dollars. Our internships give you hands on business experience from day one. Whether you're interested in investment banking, marketing or auditing, we have a place for you. First Miami is an entirely volunteer, student-run financial institution-by students, for students-from the Chief Executive Officer to the daily tellers. After completing a five-week training program in which interns learn about First Miami’s history and how to complete basic tasks and transactions, new interns typically begin working as tellers. Interns may advance to higher positions based upon ambition, knowledge, and superior customer service after working as a teller. After training, interns are able to join a variety of different committees, including: Loans, Credit Cards, Operations, Auditing, Accounting/Finance, Marketing, and Member Services. Many of our interns have used the internship to gain paid summer internships which frequently result in job offers. As our graduates get jobs, they tell us that their First Miami experience was extremely valuable in the process.


Information Systems Audit and Control Association

(pronounced eye-sah-kuh) is affiliated with the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association. The Mission of Miami's ISACA student affiliation is to connect students with information and opportunities in the MIS and auditing fields. Membership is open to anyone interested, and primarily involves invitation and attendance to ISACA's networking and panel events. Though open to all majors, ISACA is aimed primarily at students majoring or minoring in Information Systems, Analytics/Decision Sciences, Computer Science, and Accounting.


Miami University Investment Banking Club

The Miami University Investment Banking Club seeks to provide students an opportunity to gain exposure to the world of Wall Street. The club fosters supplemental learning in the areas of asset management and investment banking. Members gain experience on pitching stocks, due diligence, and investment banking valuation techniques. On a monthly basis, speakers from investment banks on Wall Street come and present to the group on the financial industry and network with members. Membership is open to students who are pursuing finance or accounting degrees and have a strong desire to pursue a career on Wall Street. Potential members will go through an interview process to gain acceptance into the club.


National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)

The mission of NABA, Inc. is to address the professional needs of its members and to build leaders that shape the future of the accounting and finance profession with an unfaltering commitment to inspire the same in their successors. The Association shall unite through membership accountants, finance and business related professionals and students who have similar interests and ideals, are committed to professional and academic excellence, possess a sense of professional and civic responsibility, and are concerned with enhancing opportunities for minorities in the accounting, finance and business related professions.


Women in Accounting

Miami University Women in Accounting is a business organization at Miami that focuses on the professional growth and development of women in the field of accounting. Meetings will be held once a month and will include guest speakers, study groups, professional development workshops, and CPA preparation.


Economics Club

Members of the Economics Club learn how economic events can shape the world around them. Open to all students, club membership is a good way to have fun and increase one’s understanding of economics and related disciplines. Activities include student-faculty picnics, lunch talks with faculty from various departments, and trips to institutions where students can observe the application of economics in a business setting.


FOREX

FOREX Club is an organization dedicated to educating students on the foreign exchange market. The club holds weekly meetings to analyze market activity. In our meetings, the club researches how exchange rates are affected, trading strategies, and derivatives that utilize the FOREX market.


Global Business Brigades

Global Brigades is a branch of a national volunteer organization dedicated to helping developing Countries in a variety of disciplines. Student teams travel to international destinations, where they provide consulting and investment guidance designed to create sustainable economic initiatives.


Women in Economics

Economics is a professional organization created to equip women with the tools necessary to seize their talent and further their Economic interests. We put particular emphasis on career development by hosting workshops, exclusive recruiting events, as well as career exposes. Our primary goal is helping women within the Economics major find career direction, develop professional networks, achieve ambitious career goals, as well as showcase the benefits of an Economics degree to undecided majors.


Women Who Invest

Our organization strives to provide financial literacy and professional development for all women, regardless of major or background. We do this by supplying our members with resources and workshops on a variety of different financial topics, including: how to begin your investing journey; easily defining stocks, bonds, etc; and LinkedIn / resume workshops.


Advancing Women in Entrepreneurship (AWE)

AWE is a group of women aspiring to become world changers. Have a vision? Enjoy blazing new trails? Have a desire to make things better? We do too. We are an organization that is passionate about entrepreneurship and bringing like-minded women together. Individually, we have unique passions and dreams but together, we meet with successful female founders, engage in discussion about entrepreneurship as women, and take the steps to grow as the leaders, women, and students that we already are. We want to come alongside our members and help them on their journeys to reach their full potential. Visit our website to learn more information and apply in the spring if you are interested in joining our organization!


Igoodea Creative Solutions

An organization dedicated to developing the creative skill sets of students. Our members leverage an array of organizational resources to build their network, develop personal project processes, gain client experience, explore creative problem solving techniques, and define themselves as young business professionals. We believe in curiosity, work ethic, learning from failures, teamwork, and creative personal expression. Igoodea Creatives customize their experiences to not just learn it, but to live it!


Miami University Center for Creativity & Innovation

MUCCI is dedicated to creating an exciting and inclusive environment where students from all majors and campuses can spark their creativity, take on early opportunities to grow professionally, and build a network of relationships that will support them beyond their years at Miami.

As an MUCCI member, you will have access to amazing opportunities such as World creativity & Innovation Week, The Creative Council, and Creativity City which involves early advancement and leadership roles.


Nourish International

Nourish International believes that business can be a powerful tool for creating opportunity and seek to use markets when possible to produce sustainable wealth and possibility for both our communities and communities abroad. This past year we won the most improved student organization award and through our ventures we raised the most money out of every Nourish chapter in the country. Apply your business skills and knowledge to a nonprofit student-run social entrepreneurship making a lasting impact on extreme poverty.


Redhawk Ventures

Affiliated with the Page Center for Entrepreneurship, Redhawk Ventures (previously Miami University Student Venture Fund) is a completely student-led venture capital organization. Redhawk Ventures is comprised of students from a diverse array of majors who are committed to supporting student and alumni startups. Redhawk Ventures provides advisory services and funding to grow young business from the earliest stages of idea generation onward. Members of Redhawk Ventures attain practical knowledge of the funding process through establishing funding criteria and actual allocation of capital in the range of $1,000–$30,000.


Social Impact

Miami University Social Impact Fund is the first of its kind: a socially-focused, seed-stage, investment fund led by undergraduate students, providing students with the opportunity to invest up to $50,000 in alumni-led startups and local social enterprises.

We stand for educational learning, taking form of a student organization with instilled member education on impact investing and social entrepreneurship. Our goal as a fund is to invest in early-stage social enterprises with a preference towards Miami affiliated founders of start-ups generating both a financial and social return in Ohio. All of our investments contribute to social enterprises tackling problems like education, urban revitalization, and public health.


The Council of Social Entrepreneurship

The Council of Social Entrepreneurship (COSE) is a student organization dedicated to providing opportunities in the social entrepreneurship space on campus. We empower social entrepreneurs to make impact in and beyond the Miami campus.


Women In Social Entrepreneurship (WISE)

Women In Social Entrepreneurship (WISE) is focused on “Seeing Problems and Solving Them.” WISE aims to empower women by talking about complex issues, and hearing from leaders who have taken proactive steps to solve these problems in their communities. We want to help our members learn by offering opportunities to interact and consult with emerging mission-focused organizations and nonprofits.

We welcome both men and women in our mission: to focus on the importance of entrepreneurship and other forms of creative problem solving. Members will gain critical thinking skills and engage in deep conversations about important current issues. We value watching our members grow in their leadership.


Leading the Integration of Faith & Entrepreneurship (LIFE)

LIFE exists to bridge the professional world with your faith. So often students and professionals alike do not feel comfortable being vulnerable and integrating their faith into their work. There is a discomfort in sharing about these topics and we exist to solve this problem. We will meet weekly on Monday nights to discuss topics, work through courses on redemptive entrepreneurship, and bring in leaders to discuss how they integrate their faith into their work as a professional.


Accounting Association

The Accounting Association is a business organization for students majoring, minoring, or simply interested in Accounting at FSB. The organization allows students who are not currently members of Beta Alpha Psi and other organizations to learn what opportunities are available in the field. The Accounting Association also holds informational events to learn more about careers, credentials, and other important accounting related topics. The organization filters members with a major or minor in Accounting, Finance and/or ISA into Beta Alpha Psi who may not yet be eligible to join. This allows members to attend elite BAP meetings with top firms and companies in the Accounting/Finance/ISA fields prior to being full BAP members.


Beta Alpha Psi

Beta Alpha Psi is a national honorary organization that gives accountancy, finance, and ISA majors opportunities to learn about accounting and related professions. The Miami chapter’s activities include early entrance to Meet the Firms, professional meetings with accounting practitioners, etiquette dinners, mock interviews, and service projects. Social events enable student members to mix informally with faculty members and practitioners. Eligibility for membership is based on overall grade point average as well as the successful completion of a certain number of hours in major courses. The organization meets weekly for professional development and community service activities.


Commercial Banking Club

The Miami University Commercial Banking Club seeks to provide members with professional development, industry knowledge, related experiences and a network of Commercial Banking professionals, to establish a keen understanding of the commercial banking industry. MUCBC is focused on preparing the next generation of Commercial Bankers to succeed in one of the largest and most prominent industries in the world and works with our corporate partners to provide the educational tools and resources needed to accomplish success.


First Miami Student Credit Union (FMSCU)

The only financial institution located on Miami University’s Oxford Campus. Founded in 1988 by a group of Miami Students, First Miami began as a cost-effective alternative to Oxford’s Uptown banking options. Today, First Miami is one of only two completely student-run credit unions in the nation and maintains an asset base averaging roughly one million dollars. Our internships give you hands on business experience from day one. Whether you're interested in investment banking, marketing or auditing, we have a place for you. First Miami is an entirely volunteer, student-run financial institution-by students, for students-from the Chief Executive Officer to the daily tellers. After completing a five-week training program in which interns learn about First Miami’s history and how to complete basic tasks and transactions, new interns typically begin working as tellers. Interns may advance to higher positions based upon ambition, knowledge, and superior customer service after working as a teller. After training, interns are able to join a variety of different committees, including: Loans, Credit Cards, Operations, Auditing, Accounting/Finance, Marketing, and Member Services. Many of our interns have used the internship to gain paid summer internships which frequently result in job offers. As our graduates get jobs, they tell us that their First Miami experience was extremely valuable in the process.


FOREX

FOREX Club is an organization dedicated to educating students on the foreign exchange market. The club holds weekly meetings to analyze market activity. In our meetings, the club researches how exchange rates are affected, trading strategies, and derivatives that utilize the FOREX market.


Miami Asset Management

Miami Asset Management teaches fundamental stock basics, diverse portfolio positioning, advanced options trading, and so many other tools perfect for any student of business. Our club implements comprehensive intrinsic and relative modeling methods to evaluate companies for our portfolio. We operate as a self-managed, democratic mutual fund. Trading simulations with fake money don’t yield the same informational benefits! Members have the choice to invest their own money and buy shares of the fund. Through pitching and investing in stocks throughout their semesters in the club, members observe their shares grow in value and sell their shares upon graduation. As they depart Miami, they are left with an excellent return on investment, and the compounding gift of knowledge.


Miami Finance Association

The Finance Association is a professional organization that offers a variety of activities: company visits to financial institutions, investment firms, and other major corporations in the Cincinnati-Dayton area; speakers on career and educational opportunities in the field of finance; peer guidance in selected courses and areas of concentration; and student-faculty social events. All majors are welcome.


Miami Financial Analytics Club

The mission of The Miami Financial Analytics Association is to promote an aggregate understanding of the branches of finance that control the markets of today's society. The club aims to look at finance from a liberal arts perspective to provide a holistic view of financial markets.


Miami University Investment Banking Club

The Miami University Investment Banking Club seeks to provide students an opportunity to gain exposure to the world of Wall Street. The club fosters supplemental learning in the areas of asset management and investment banking. Members gain experience on pitching stocks, due diligence, and investment banking valuation techniques. On a monthly basis, speakers from investment banks on Wall Street come and present to the group on the financial industry and network with members. Membership is open to students who are pursuing finance or accounting degrees and have a strong desire to pursue a career on Wall Street. Potential members will go through an interview process to gain acceptance into the club.


Miami University Private Equity Club

Miami University Private Equity Club is a new organization on campus focused on three aspects of Private Equity. 1. Education: To heighten members’ understanding of private equity through training, “hands on” casework, competitions, and speakers. 2. Career preparation and placement: To introduce members to professionals in the industry by hosting speakers. Preparing members with the skills requires to become employed in the industry and excel in their careers. 3. Network: To aid members in building networks with fellow students within the club, alumni and private equity firms.


Miami University Real Estate Club

The Miami University Real Estate Club is organized to provide Miami students with opportunities in commercial real estate by providing its members with hands-on education and resources to achieve real world experience. We focus on education through teaching, discussion, and professional speakers.


Miami Equity Research Club 

The Miami Equity Research Club focuses on the principles behind value investing in the world of portfolio management. We study the wise words of proclaimed value investors to develop an investing style of our own. As a part of this club, you will attend weekly meetings where you will review readings from The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham, Berkshire Hathaway Annual Letters authored by Warren Buffett, along with annual reports of publicly traded companies. The culmination of the club's work throughout the year comes in the form of an equity research packet that is distributed to professionals in the investment management space every Spring.


Nourish International

Nourish International believes that business can be a powerful tool for creating opportunity and seek to use markets when possible to produce sustainable wealth and possibility for both our communities and communities abroad. This past year we won the most improved student organization award and through our ventures we raised the most money out of every Nourish chapter in the country. Apply your business skills and knowledge to a nonprofit student-run social entrepreneurship making a lasting impact on extreme poverty.


Redhawk Ventures

Affiliated with the Page Center for Entrepreneurship, Redhawk Ventures (previously Miami University Student Venture Fund) is a completely student-led venture capital organization. Redhawk Ventures is comprised of students from a diverse array of majors who are committed to supporting student and alumni startups. Redhawk Ventures provides advisory services and funding to grow young business from the earliest stages of idea generation onward. Members of Redhawk Ventures attain practical knowledge of the funding process through establishing funding criteria and actual allocation of capital in the range of $1,000–$30,000.


Social Impact

Miami University Social Impact Fund is the first of its kind: a socially-focused, seed-stage, investment fund led by undergraduate students, providing students with the opportunity to invest up to $50,000 in alumni-led startups and local social enterprises.

We stand for educational learning, taking form of a student organization with instilled member education on impact investing and social entrepreneurship. Our goal as a fund is to invest in early-stage social enterprises with a preference towards Miami affiliated founders of start-ups generating both a financial and social return in Ohio. All of our investments contribute to social enterprises tackling problems like education, urban revitalization, and public health.


TAMID

TAMID Group is an apolitical and areligious business organization focused on international consulting and investing. TAMID provides experiential learning opportunities for business students through real consulting opportunities with Israeli companies and the opportunity to manage an Israel-focused investment fund. Founded in 2008, TAMID now has chapters on 41 campuses throughout the United States, one in Israel, one in Shanghai and several more opening each year.


Women In Finance

We are a diverse group of highly motivated and intelligent women pursing an interest within the finance industry post college. We strive to inspire our fellow peers and provide our member with the confidence and knowledge to be successful.


Women Who Invest

Our organization strives to provide financial literacy and professional development for all women, regardless of major or background. We do this by supplying our members with resources and workshops on a variety of different financial topics, including: how to begin your investing journey; easily defining stocks, bonds, etc; and LinkedIn / resume workshops.


Accounting Association

The Accounting Association is a business organization for students majoring, minoring, or simply interested in Accounting at FSB. The organization allows students who are not currently members of Beta Alpha Psi and other organizations to learn what opportunities are available in the field. The Accounting Association also holds informational events to learn more about careers, credentials, and other important accounting related topics. The organization filters members with a major or minor in Accounting, Finance and/or ISA into Beta Alpha Psi who may not yet be eligible to join. This allows members to attend elite BAP meetings with top firms and companies in the Accounting/Finance/ISA fields prior to being full BAP members.


Beta Alpha Psi

Beta Alpha Psi is a national honorary organization that gives accountancy, finance, and ISA majors opportunities to learn about accounting and related professions. The Miami chapter’s activities include early entrance to Meet the Firms, professional meetings with accounting practitioners, etiquette dinners, mock interviews, and service projects. Social events enable student members to mix informally with faculty members and practitioners. Eligibility for membership is based on overall grade point average as well as the successful completion of a certain number of hours in major courses. The organization meets weekly for professional development and community service activities.


Information Systems and Analytics organization

Our goal is to build a network of ISA students who will be able to collaborate with each other for academic and extra-curricular purposes with the ultimate goal of developing skills that will help them in their future courses, internships, and careers.


Information Systems Audit and Control Association

(pronounced eye-sah-kuh) is affiliated with the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association. The Mission of Miami's ISACA student affiliation is to connect students with information and opportunities in the MIS and auditing fields. Membership is open to anyone interested, and primarily involves invitation and attendance to ISACA's networking and panel events. Though open to all majors, ISACA is aimed primarily at students majoring or minoring in Information Systems, Analytics/Decision Sciences, Computer Science, and Accounting.


Miami Financial Analytics Club

The mission of The Miami Financial Analytics Association is to promote an aggregate understanding of the branches of finance that control the markets of today's society. The club aims to look at finance from a liberal arts perspective to provide a holistic view of financial markets.


Miami University Blockchain Club

The purpose of the Miami University Blockchain Club (MUBC) is to actively facilitate understanding of Blockchain technology through Conferences, Hackathons, Research and Development, social events, and professional guest speakers like CEO's of tech startups that explain how Blockchain will affect different industries. MUBC serves to grow the understanding of Blockchain technology and its potential and current impact on a global and personal scale. MUBC aims to help members develop valuable connections in the Blockchain space while encouraging members to pursue Blockchain-based interests, internships, and careers. We believe in building future leaders by connecting with the Blockchain Ecosystem in order to foster valuable innovation.


Futures in Retail

Inclusive to all majors and backgrounds, Futures in Retail promotes the professional development for ambitious students who want to grow their network in the retail industry. Our organization is a National Retail Federation Student Association, which connects us to companies and schools across the country. As a member of Futures in Retail, you will learn from Miami alumnae in the industry and students’ internship experiences. Establishing connections for future careers and enriching Miami’s retail oriented programs such as fashion, marketing, technology, supply chain, strategic communications, finance and accounting are among our highest priorities.


Miami Business Consulting

Miami Business Consulting (MBC) provides its members with hands-on consulting experience with actual business clients in a real-world setting. Project teams work side- by-side with clients to develop IT systems and address other business needs. Assignments enable MBC members to develop consulting, project management, and technology skills that build on what they have learned in the classroom, while its clients gain well designed systems or business knowledge free of charge.


Miami Management and Leadership

Miami Management & Leadership works with students to develop and strengthen leadership skills, focusing on the importance of human resource management. We welcome all students, regardless of major or GPA, to join to improve managerial skills for future careers.


Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

This capter is affiliated with the official SHRM organization. In addition to general membership meetings, our chapter participates in networking events, professional development opportunities, and nationally-recognized SHRM events.


Supply Chain Management Association

This student organization is affiliated with four of the leading professional development organizations supporting the field of supply chain management: The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) , The Association for Operations Management (APICS), the Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC) and the Council for Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP). Members become student affiliates of all three organizations. The group sponsors tours, speakers, social gatherings, and placement activities. All majors are welcome, from first year students to graduate students.


First Miami Student Credit Union (FMSCU)

The only financial institution located on Miami University’s Oxford Campus. Founded in 1988 by a group of Miami Students, First Miami began as a cost-effective alternative to Oxford’s Uptown banking options. Today, First Miami is one of only two completely student-run credit unions in the nation and maintains an asset base averaging roughly one million dollars. Our internships give you hands on business experience from day one. Whether you're interested in investment banking, marketing or auditing, we have a place for you. First Miami is an entirely volunteer, student-run financial institution-by students, for students-from the Chief Executive Officer to the daily tellers. After completing a five-week training program in which interns learn about First Miami’s history and how to complete basic tasks and transactions, new interns typically begin working as tellers. Interns may advance to higher positions based upon ambition, knowledge, and superior customer service after working as a teller. After training, interns are able to join a variety of different committees, including: Loans, Credit Cards, Operations, Auditing, Accounting/Finance, Marketing, and Member Services. Many of our interns have used the internship to gain paid summer internships which frequently result in job offers. As our graduates get jobs, they tell us that their First Miami experience was extremely valuable in the process.


Futures in Retail

Inclusive to all majors and backgrounds, Futures in Retail promotes the professional development for ambitious students who want to grow their network in the retail industry. Our organization is a National Retail Federation Student Association, which connects us to companies and schools across the country. As a member of Futures in Retail, you will learn from Miami alumnae in the industry and students’ internship experiences. Establishing connections for future careers and enriching Miami’s retail oriented programs such as fashion, marketing, technology, supply chain, strategic communications, finance and accounting are among our highest priorities.


Miami Advertising Club (MAD)

Miami Advertising exists to provide members with experience, knowledge, and a skill set necessary to be successful in the field of advertising. We wish to create networking opportunities for members to learn from and build relationships with successful advertising professionals. We hope to create an attraction for advertising agencies to recruit at Miami University as a result of the reputation for the caliber of professionals that this organization produces.


Miami Business Enterprises

MBE is a business organization that offers exciting and challenging experiences related to the marketing profession. Its major goal is to supplement the education received in the classroom by providing hands-on experiences, offering a variety of leadership positions, and identifying and attaining careers in marketing and allied fields for our members. There are no requirements for membership.


Miami Sports Marketing

We at Hawks Sports marketing hope to bring students into the world of sports marketing through real world experience, learning from leaders within the industry and showing how important sports are to our society.


Miami University Women in Marketing (MUWIM)

Miami University Women in Marketing (MUWIM) aspires to empower and strengthen students through the utilization of effective marketing. Though MUWIM is established and run by women, we are an all inclusive group committed to collaborating with all genders and majors. We further our members' knowledge on marketing related professions, foster confidence in marketing oneself, and help to connect them with successful female business professionals to further build their network. We host meetings providing speakers, resume and skill-building workshops, client marketing projects, social events, and mentorship opportunities.

Follow us on Instagram: mu_womeninmarketing

Connect with us on Linkedin: Miami University Women in Marketing


Business Student Advisory Council (BSAC)

BSAC is a student organization that works with the Dean and the students in the Farmer School of Business to open avenues of communication. Membership is composed of business students selected at large. BSAC coordinates and supports the activities of student business organizations so that they can best serve students.


FSB Ambassadors

The Farmer School of Business Ambassador Program supports the university and school recruitment efforts by providing first-hand insight on student life and programs. This includes meeting with students and parents in conjunction with Farmer School staff and leading building tours. Ambassadors also participate in University and FSB events (Make It Miami, Direct admit, and Family Weekend open Houses, for example) and contribute to External Relations efforts.


Miami University Fashion & Design (MUF&D)

Miami University Fashion & Design (MUF&D), Miami University’s largest student organization with over 650 members. We provide members with real-world experience and professional and creative development opportunities through our six committees and 40+ annual events. MUF&D is most known for the largest fashion show in the nation that is completely student-run and draws in an audience of over 1,100.


Miami Soapbox Speakers

The Miami Soapbox Speakers is a student organization dedicated to providing students the opportunity to improve their public speaking and presentation skills without the threat of a grade. Soapbox Speakers provides an inclusive environment for people at any experience level, as well as an opportunity to develop skills that are highly sought after in any industry.

Meetings will vary between workshop/impromptu days and presentation days. On workshop and impromptu days, students will receive information on certain aspects of public speaking and PowerPoint presentations; on presentation days they will use this knowledge to develop and give a presentation. Additionally, any member is always free to give a presentation that they want to practice for a class at any of the meetings - we are committed to giving students a place to practice any type of presentation!


RedHawk Racing

The Redhawk Racing team works to compete in the annual Baja SAE competitions, which challenge students to design and build an offroad vehicle meant to endure harsh offroad conditions and obstacles.

Every 2 years, the team dedicates time to creating a brand new car, designing and manufacturing about 90% of what goes into the final model. Students are given many opportunities to grow and learn including working on a team dedicated to a large scale project, the chance to 3D model in software like Autodesk Inventor and even manufacture their models by utilizing the many manual or CNC machines around the shop. Teams are also responsible for creating sales and design presentations revolving around their car that will be tested at competitions.

Teams will attend anywhere from 1-3 competitions every year with each competition following the same basic structure. Each competition requires every team to give a design presentation, revolving around the creation process of the car and the decisions made along the way, and a sales presentation focused on the marketing and public view of the project. In addition to presentations, the car is put through multiple rigorous tests as a way to gauge its performance and reward points. The main event of competition is a 4-hour endurance race, where all 100 teams compete to see who can complete the most laps in the time limit. In the end, presentation scores, course test performance, and endurance placement are all taken into account when determining a winner.

Overall, Redhawk Racing gives students a great means of growing and fine-tuning their skills in their field. Whether you are a mechanical engineer with an interest in design or a business major with a knack for marketing, our Baja SAE team will present you with challenges that you can use to develop you as a person and in your profession.


Toastmasters International

Toastmasters International enables business professionals to practice and strengthen their communication skills. Members of the Miami Masters chapter increase their self-confidence by becoming better listeners, improving their presentation skills, and building their ability to motivate and persuade.


Leading the Integration of Faith & Entrepreneurship (LIFE)

LIFE exists to bridge the professional world with your faith. So often students and professionals alike do not feel comfortable being vulnerable and integrating their faith into their work. There is a discomfort in sharing about these topics and we exist to solve this problem. We will meet weekly on Monday nights to discuss topics, work through courses on redemptive entrepreneurship, and bring in leaders to discuss how they integrate their faith into their work as a professional.


China-America Business Organization (CABO)

The China-America Business organization (CABO) at Miami University is a business social and cultural organization for all students who share a common vision in connecting Miami University to China by building a better highway to success. CABO strives to improve the ability of its members to succeed in international businesses by providing them with a networking platform to help them increase communication between pan- Chinese and American students with business professionals. CABO’s goal is to help create job opportunities and build long lasting relationships both in China, in the U.S. and by integrating Western and Chinese culture together. In essence, CABO connects students for the future through development, networking, ethics leadership, cooperation and knowledge.


Global Business Brigades

Global Brigades is a branch of a national volunteer organization dedicated to helping developing Countries in a variety of disciplines. Student teams travel to international destinations, where they provide consulting and investment guidance designed to create sustainable economic initiatives.


International Student Advisory Council (ISAC)

International Student Advisory Council (ISAC) serves the needs of international students within Farmer School of Business (FSB). Its intent is to help FSB international students utilize the resources to achieve both their academic and professional goals. The council works closely with the faculty to provide the students with resources and information by organizing workshops and events.


Multicultural Business Association (MBA)

MBA is an informal support network established in the Farmer School to encourage multicultural students to participate and take advantage of the resources and services available to all students. Students are introduced to department chairs, faculty, academic advisors, and other staff. MBSN has established a Mentor/Mentee program assigning upper class business majors to pre-business students to facilitate pre-business student advancement into the Farmer School. A steering committee regularly meets and plans information sessions on topics that include scheduling classes, interviewing, e-mail and Internet use, business dress and conversation, team building and other information useful in negotiating a successful Miami career.


National Association of Black Accountants

The mission of NABA, Inc. is to address the professional needs of its members and to build leaders that shape the future of the accounting and finance profession with an unfaltering commitment to inspire the same in their successors. The Association shall unite through membership accountants, finance and business related professionals and students who have similar interests and ideals, are committed to professional and academic excellence, possess a sense of professional and civic responsibility, and are concerned with enhancing opportunities for minorities in the accounting, finance and business related professions.


Nourish International

Nourish International believes that business can be a powerful tool for creating opportunity and seek to use markets when possible to produce sustainable wealth and possibility for both our communities and communities abroad. This past year we won the most improved student organization award and through our ventures we raised the most money out of every Nourish chapter in the country. Apply your business skills and knowledge to a nonprofit student-run social entrepreneurship making a lasting impact on extreme poverty.


Advancing Women in Entrepreneurship (AWE)

AWE is a group of women aspiring to become world changers. Have a vision? Enjoy blazing new trails? Have a desire to make things better? We do too. We are an organization that is passionate about entrepreneurship and bringing like-minded women together. Individually, we have unique passions and dreams but together, we meet with successful female founders, engage in discussion about entrepreneurship as women, and take the steps to grow as the leaders, women, and students that we already are. We want to come alongside our members and help them on their journeys to reach their full potential. Visit our website to learn more information and apply in the spring if you are interested in joining our organization!


Women in Accounting

Miami University Women in Accounting is a business organization at Miami that focuses on the professional growth and development of women in the field of accounting. Meetings will be held once a month and will include guest speakers, study groups, professional development workshops, and CPA preparation.


Miami University Women in Business (MUWIB)

MUWIB seeks to unite, enable and inspire women in their efforts to achieve business excellence through education and experience. MUWIB provides its members superior career and learning opportunities through a variety of workshops, speakers, and philanthropic initiatives.


Miami University Women in Marketing (MUWIM)

Miami University Women in Marketing (MUWIM) aspires to empower and strengthen students through the utilization of effective marketing. Though MUWIM is established and run by women, we are an all inclusive group committed to collaborating with all genders and majors. We further our members' knowledge on marketing related professions, foster confidence in marketing oneself, and help to connect them with successful female business professionals to further build their network. We host meetings providing speakers, resume and skill-building workshops, client marketing projects, social events, and mentorship opportunities.

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Women in Economics

Economics is a professional organization created to equip women with the tools necessary to seize their talent and further their Economic interests. We put particular emphasis on career development by hosting workshops, exclusive recruiting events, as well as career exposes. Our primary goal is helping women within the Economics major find career direction, develop professional networks, achieve ambitious career goals, as well as showcase the benefits of an Economics degree to undecided majors.


Women In Finance

We are a diverse group of highly motivated and intelligent women pursing an interest within the finance industry post college. We strive to inspire our fellow peers and provide our member with the confidence and knowledge to be successful.


Women In Social Entrepreneurship (WISE)

Women In Social Entrepreneurship (WISE) is focused on “Seeing Problems and Solving Them.” WISE aims to empower women by talking about complex issues, and hearing from leaders who have taken proactive steps to solve these problems in their communities. We want to help our members learn by offering opportunities to interact and consult with emerging mission-focused organizations and nonprofits.

We welcome both men and women in our mission: to focus on the importance of entrepreneurship and other forms of creative problem solving. Members will gain critical thinking skills and engage in deep conversations about important current issues. We value watching our members grow in their leadership.


Women Who Invest

Our organization strives to provide financial literacy and professional development for all women, regardless of major or background. We do this by supplying our members with resources and workshops on a variety of different financial topics, including: how to begin your investing journey; easily defining stocks, bonds, etc; and LinkedIn / resume workshops.


Fraternities and Honor Societies

Business Fraternities

The Farmer School of Business is home to 5 different co-ed professional business fraternities.


Alpha Kappa Psi

AKPsi LogoAlpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest professional business fraternity. With chapters across the world, AKPsi provides an international network of business leaders. Alpha Kappa Psi is comprised of 14 different committees that provide professional opportunities to our 130 brothers, preparing them to become the next generation of business leaders. Our committees include a student managed stock portfolio as well as a student run consulting firm, East Bridge Consultancy. Alpha Kappa Psi members actively learn about business issues and professionalism while participating in brotherhood events and philanthropic endeavors. Activities include professional speakers and events, fundraisers, and community outreach. 


Delta Sigma Pi

Delta Sigma Pi LogoDelta Sigma Pi is a co-ed professional fraternity that fosters the study of business and promotes professionalism, networking, and service. With an alumni base of almost 300,000 business professionals, DSP offers a strong international network for its members to connect with. The chapter also hosts speakers and business professionals from many different industries, and undertakes charitable activities in partnership with national and local organizations.


Pi Sigma Epsilon

PSE LogoPi Sigma Epsilon (PSE) is one of the five professional business fraternities at Miami with an emphasis on marketing and sales. While we are a business fraternity, we are accepting of all majors across the University. PSE strives to be the premier professional business organization on campus in which its members have the opportunity to experience client- based projects, executive speakers, networking events, social activities and so much more. PSE here at Miami has won the Lewis F. Gordon, Top Gold Chapter across the entire nation 12 of the past 17 years, including the last 3 years in a row. We make it a mission to grow our members' professional and personal development, enhance their college experience, and help them find a feeling of self-discovery.


Phi Gamma Nu

PGN LogoPhi Gamma Nu is a woman-founded, co-ed business organization beginning its first year at Miami University in 2020. As one of the largest business fraternities in the United States, we are dedicated not only to the business world but to the full formation of every individual member of our organization. It is insurmountable to us that our members leave Miami with both business-related skills and a rationally formed conscious life. The organization is open to all majors and minors and cultivates professional behavior in its members through activities such as resume critiques, professional speakers, and mock interviews


Phi Chi Theta

Phi Chi ThetaPhi Chi Theta is Miami University's second newest co-ed professional business and economics fraternity, formed in 2013 by eighty-three ambitious student leaders. Our three pillars concentrate on professional development, philanthropic outreach, and camaraderie. Our organization has an international focus which allows us to look at the influence of globalization in the business world today. We are devoted to helping our members develop as professional individuals, while also creating lifelong friendships.


Honor Societies

FSB is home to two business-focused honor societies.


Beta Alpha Psi

Beta Alpha Psi LogoBeta Alpha Psi is a national honorary organization that gives accountancy, finance, and ISA majors opportunities to learn about accounting and related professions. The Miami chapter’s activities include early entrance to Meet the Firms, professional meetings with accounting practitioners, etiquette dinners, mock interviews, and service projects. Social events enable student members to mix informally with faculty members and practitioners. Eligibility for membership is based on overall grade point average as well as the successful completion of a certain number of hours in major courses. The organization meets weekly for professional development and community service activities.


Beta Gamma Sigma

Beta Gamma SigmaBeta Gamma Sigma was founded in 1913 to recognize and reward high levels of achievement in the study of business. Today, its members include numerous leaders in both business and higher education. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is a nationally recognized symbol of your high level of performance at Miami University. Students are invited to Beta Gamma Sigma, it is not an open organization.


Accounting Orgs

Accounting Association

The Accounting Association is a business organization for students majoring, minoring, or simply interested in Accounting at FSB. The organization allows students who are not currently members of Beta Alpha Psi and other organizations to learn what opportunities are available in the field. The Accounting Association also holds informational events to learn more about careers, credentials, and other important accounting related topics. The organization filters members with a major or minor in Accounting, Finance and/or ISA into Beta Alpha Psi who may not yet be eligible to join. This allows members to attend elite BAP meetings with top firms and companies in the Accounting/Finance/ISA fields prior to being full BAP members.


Beta Alpha Psi

Beta Alpha Psi is a national honorary organization that gives accountancy, finance, and ISA majors opportunities to learn about accounting and related professions. The Miami chapter’s activities include early entrance to Meet the Firms, professional meetings with accounting practitioners, etiquette dinners, mock interviews, and service projects. Social events enable student members to mix informally with faculty members and practitioners. Eligibility for membership is based on overall grade point average as well as the successful completion of a certain number of hours in major courses. The organization meets weekly for professional development and community service activities.


First Miami Student Credit Union (FMSCU)

The only financial institution located on Miami University’s Oxford Campus. Founded in 1988 by a group of Miami Students, First Miami began as a cost-effective alternative to Oxford’s Uptown banking options. Today, First Miami is one of only two completely student-run credit unions in the nation and maintains an asset base averaging roughly one million dollars. Our internships give you hands on business experience from day one. Whether you're interested in investment banking, marketing or auditing, we have a place for you. First Miami is an entirely volunteer, student-run financial institution-by students, for students-from the Chief Executive Officer to the daily tellers. After completing a five-week training program in which interns learn about First Miami’s history and how to complete basic tasks and transactions, new interns typically begin working as tellers. Interns may advance to higher positions based upon ambition, knowledge, and superior customer service after working as a teller. After training, interns are able to join a variety of different committees, including: Loans, Credit Cards, Operations, Auditing, Accounting/Finance, Marketing, and Member Services. Many of our interns have used the internship to gain paid summer internships which frequently result in job offers. As our graduates get jobs, they tell us that their First Miami experience was extremely valuable in the process.


Information Systems Audit and Control Association

(pronounced eye-sah-kuh) is affiliated with the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association. The Mission of Miami's ISACA student affiliation is to connect students with information and opportunities in the MIS and auditing fields. Membership is open to anyone interested, and primarily involves invitation and attendance to ISACA's networking and panel events. Though open to all majors, ISACA is aimed primarily at students majoring or minoring in Information Systems, Analytics/Decision Sciences, Computer Science, and Accounting.


Miami University Investment Banking Club

The Miami University Investment Banking Club seeks to provide students an opportunity to gain exposure to the world of Wall Street. The club fosters supplemental learning in the areas of asset management and investment banking. Members gain experience on pitching stocks, due diligence, and investment banking valuation techniques. On a monthly basis, speakers from investment banks on Wall Street come and present to the group on the financial industry and network with members. Membership is open to students who are pursuing finance or accounting degrees and have a strong desire to pursue a career on Wall Street. Potential members will go through an interview process to gain acceptance into the club.


National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)

The mission of NABA, Inc. is to address the professional needs of its members and to build leaders that shape the future of the accounting and finance profession with an unfaltering commitment to inspire the same in their successors. The Association shall unite through membership accountants, finance and business related professionals and students who have similar interests and ideals, are committed to professional and academic excellence, possess a sense of professional and civic responsibility, and are concerned with enhancing opportunities for minorities in the accounting, finance and business related professions.


Women in Accounting

Miami University Women in Accounting is a business organization at Miami that focuses on the professional growth and development of women in the field of accounting. Meetings will be held once a month and will include guest speakers, study groups, professional development workshops, and CPA preparation.


Economics Orgs

Economics Club

Members of the Economics Club learn how economic events can shape the world around them. Open to all students, club membership is a good way to have fun and increase one’s understanding of economics and related disciplines. Activities include student-faculty picnics, lunch talks with faculty from various departments, and trips to institutions where students can observe the application of economics in a business setting.


FOREX

FOREX Club is an organization dedicated to educating students on the foreign exchange market. The club holds weekly meetings to analyze market activity. In our meetings, the club researches how exchange rates are affected, trading strategies, and derivatives that utilize the FOREX market.


Global Business Brigades

Global Brigades is a branch of a national volunteer organization dedicated to helping developing Countries in a variety of disciplines. Student teams travel to international destinations, where they provide consulting and investment guidance designed to create sustainable economic initiatives.


Women in Economics

Economics is a professional organization created to equip women with the tools necessary to seize their talent and further their Economic interests. We put particular emphasis on career development by hosting workshops, exclusive recruiting events, as well as career exposes. Our primary goal is helping women within the Economics major find career direction, develop professional networks, achieve ambitious career goals, as well as showcase the benefits of an Economics degree to undecided majors.


Women Who Invest

Our organization strives to provide financial literacy and professional development for all women, regardless of major or background. We do this by supplying our members with resources and workshops on a variety of different financial topics, including: how to begin your investing journey; easily defining stocks, bonds, etc; and LinkedIn / resume workshops.


Entrepreneurship Orgs

Advancing Women in Entrepreneurship (AWE)

AWE is a group of women aspiring to become world changers. Have a vision? Enjoy blazing new trails? Have a desire to make things better? We do too. We are an organization that is passionate about entrepreneurship and bringing like-minded women together. Individually, we have unique passions and dreams but together, we meet with successful female founders, engage in discussion about entrepreneurship as women, and take the steps to grow as the leaders, women, and students that we already are. We want to come alongside our members and help them on their journeys to reach their full potential. Visit our website to learn more information and apply in the spring if you are interested in joining our organization!


Igoodea Creative Solutions

An organization dedicated to developing the creative skill sets of students. Our members leverage an array of organizational resources to build their network, develop personal project processes, gain client experience, explore creative problem solving techniques, and define themselves as young business professionals. We believe in curiosity, work ethic, learning from failures, teamwork, and creative personal expression. Igoodea Creatives customize their experiences to not just learn it, but to live it!


Miami University Center for Creativity & Innovation

MUCCI is dedicated to creating an exciting and inclusive environment where students from all majors and campuses can spark their creativity, take on early opportunities to grow professionally, and build a network of relationships that will support them beyond their years at Miami.

As an MUCCI member, you will have access to amazing opportunities such as World creativity & Innovation Week, The Creative Council, and Creativity City which involves early advancement and leadership roles.


Nourish International

Nourish International believes that business can be a powerful tool for creating opportunity and seek to use markets when possible to produce sustainable wealth and possibility for both our communities and communities abroad. This past year we won the most improved student organization award and through our ventures we raised the most money out of every Nourish chapter in the country. Apply your business skills and knowledge to a nonprofit student-run social entrepreneurship making a lasting impact on extreme poverty.


Redhawk Ventures

Affiliated with the Page Center for Entrepreneurship, Redhawk Ventures (previously Miami University Student Venture Fund) is a completely student-led venture capital organization. Redhawk Ventures is comprised of students from a diverse array of majors who are committed to supporting student and alumni startups. Redhawk Ventures provides advisory services and funding to grow young business from the earliest stages of idea generation onward. Members of Redhawk Ventures attain practical knowledge of the funding process through establishing funding criteria and actual allocation of capital in the range of $1,000–$30,000.


Social Impact

Miami University Social Impact Fund is the first of its kind: a socially-focused, seed-stage, investment fund led by undergraduate students, providing students with the opportunity to invest up to $50,000 in alumni-led startups and local social enterprises.

We stand for educational learning, taking form of a student organization with instilled member education on impact investing and social entrepreneurship. Our goal as a fund is to invest in early-stage social enterprises with a preference towards Miami affiliated founders of start-ups generating both a financial and social return in Ohio. All of our investments contribute to social enterprises tackling problems like education, urban revitalization, and public health.


The Council of Social Entrepreneurship

The Council of Social Entrepreneurship (COSE) is a student organization dedicated to providing opportunities in the social entrepreneurship space on campus. We empower social entrepreneurs to make impact in and beyond the Miami campus.


Women In Social Entrepreneurship (WISE)

Women In Social Entrepreneurship (WISE) is focused on “Seeing Problems and Solving Them.” WISE aims to empower women by talking about complex issues, and hearing from leaders who have taken proactive steps to solve these problems in their communities. We want to help our members learn by offering opportunities to interact and consult with emerging mission-focused organizations and nonprofits.

We welcome both men and women in our mission: to focus on the importance of entrepreneurship and other forms of creative problem solving. Members will gain critical thinking skills and engage in deep conversations about important current issues. We value watching our members grow in their leadership.


Leading the Integration of Faith & Entrepreneurship (LIFE)

LIFE exists to bridge the professional world with your faith. So often students and professionals alike do not feel comfortable being vulnerable and integrating their faith into their work. There is a discomfort in sharing about these topics and we exist to solve this problem. We will meet weekly on Monday nights to discuss topics, work through courses on redemptive entrepreneurship, and bring in leaders to discuss how they integrate their faith into their work as a professional.


Finance / Real Estate Orgs

Accounting Association

The Accounting Association is a business organization for students majoring, minoring, or simply interested in Accounting at FSB. The organization allows students who are not currently members of Beta Alpha Psi and other organizations to learn what opportunities are available in the field. The Accounting Association also holds informational events to learn more about careers, credentials, and other important accounting related topics. The organization filters members with a major or minor in Accounting, Finance and/or ISA into Beta Alpha Psi who may not yet be eligible to join. This allows members to attend elite BAP meetings with top firms and companies in the Accounting/Finance/ISA fields prior to being full BAP members.


Beta Alpha Psi

Beta Alpha Psi is a national honorary organization that gives accountancy, finance, and ISA majors opportunities to learn about accounting and related professions. The Miami chapter’s activities include early entrance to Meet the Firms, professional meetings with accounting practitioners, etiquette dinners, mock interviews, and service projects. Social events enable student members to mix informally with faculty members and practitioners. Eligibility for membership is based on overall grade point average as well as the successful completion of a certain number of hours in major courses. The organization meets weekly for professional development and community service activities.


Commercial Banking Club

The Miami University Commercial Banking Club seeks to provide members with professional development, industry knowledge, related experiences and a network of Commercial Banking professionals, to establish a keen understanding of the commercial banking industry. MUCBC is focused on preparing the next generation of Commercial Bankers to succeed in one of the largest and most prominent industries in the world and works with our corporate partners to provide the educational tools and resources needed to accomplish success.


First Miami Student Credit Union (FMSCU)

The only financial institution located on Miami University’s Oxford Campus. Founded in 1988 by a group of Miami Students, First Miami began as a cost-effective alternative to Oxford’s Uptown banking options. Today, First Miami is one of only two completely student-run credit unions in the nation and maintains an asset base averaging roughly one million dollars. Our internships give you hands on business experience from day one. Whether you're interested in investment banking, marketing or auditing, we have a place for you. First Miami is an entirely volunteer, student-run financial institution-by students, for students-from the Chief Executive Officer to the daily tellers. After completing a five-week training program in which interns learn about First Miami’s history and how to complete basic tasks and transactions, new interns typically begin working as tellers. Interns may advance to higher positions based upon ambition, knowledge, and superior customer service after working as a teller. After training, interns are able to join a variety of different committees, including: Loans, Credit Cards, Operations, Auditing, Accounting/Finance, Marketing, and Member Services. Many of our interns have used the internship to gain paid summer internships which frequently result in job offers. As our graduates get jobs, they tell us that their First Miami experience was extremely valuable in the process.


FOREX

FOREX Club is an organization dedicated to educating students on the foreign exchange market. The club holds weekly meetings to analyze market activity. In our meetings, the club researches how exchange rates are affected, trading strategies, and derivatives that utilize the FOREX market.


Miami Asset Management

Miami Asset Management teaches fundamental stock basics, diverse portfolio positioning, advanced options trading, and so many other tools perfect for any student of business. Our club implements comprehensive intrinsic and relative modeling methods to evaluate companies for our portfolio. We operate as a self-managed, democratic mutual fund. Trading simulations with fake money don’t yield the same informational benefits! Members have the choice to invest their own money and buy shares of the fund. Through pitching and investing in stocks throughout their semesters in the club, members observe their shares grow in value and sell their shares upon graduation. As they depart Miami, they are left with an excellent return on investment, and the compounding gift of knowledge.


Miami Finance Association

The Finance Association is a professional organization that offers a variety of activities: company visits to financial institutions, investment firms, and other major corporations in the Cincinnati-Dayton area; speakers on career and educational opportunities in the field of finance; peer guidance in selected courses and areas of concentration; and student-faculty social events. All majors are welcome.


Miami Financial Analytics Club

The mission of The Miami Financial Analytics Association is to promote an aggregate understanding of the branches of finance that control the markets of today's society. The club aims to look at finance from a liberal arts perspective to provide a holistic view of financial markets.


Miami University Investment Banking Club

The Miami University Investment Banking Club seeks to provide students an opportunity to gain exposure to the world of Wall Street. The club fosters supplemental learning in the areas of asset management and investment banking. Members gain experience on pitching stocks, due diligence, and investment banking valuation techniques. On a monthly basis, speakers from investment banks on Wall Street come and present to the group on the financial industry and network with members. Membership is open to students who are pursuing finance or accounting degrees and have a strong desire to pursue a career on Wall Street. Potential members will go through an interview process to gain acceptance into the club.


Miami University Private Equity Club

Miami University Private Equity Club is a new organization on campus focused on three aspects of Private Equity. 1. Education: To heighten members’ understanding of private equity through training, “hands on” casework, competitions, and speakers. 2. Career preparation and placement: To introduce members to professionals in the industry by hosting speakers. Preparing members with the skills requires to become employed in the industry and excel in their careers. 3. Network: To aid members in building networks with fellow students within the club, alumni and private equity firms.


Miami University Real Estate Club

The Miami University Real Estate Club is organized to provide Miami students with opportunities in commercial real estate by providing its members with hands-on education and resources to achieve real world experience. We focus on education through teaching, discussion, and professional speakers.


Miami Equity Research Club 

The Miami Equity Research Club focuses on the principles behind value investing in the world of portfolio management. We study the wise words of proclaimed value investors to develop an investing style of our own. As a part of this club, you will attend weekly meetings where you will review readings from The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham, Berkshire Hathaway Annual Letters authored by Warren Buffett, along with annual reports of publicly traded companies. The culmination of the club's work throughout the year comes in the form of an equity research packet that is distributed to professionals in the investment management space every Spring.


Nourish International

Nourish International believes that business can be a powerful tool for creating opportunity and seek to use markets when possible to produce sustainable wealth and possibility for both our communities and communities abroad. This past year we won the most improved student organization award and through our ventures we raised the most money out of every Nourish chapter in the country. Apply your business skills and knowledge to a nonprofit student-run social entrepreneurship making a lasting impact on extreme poverty.


Redhawk Ventures

Affiliated with the Page Center for Entrepreneurship, Redhawk Ventures (previously Miami University Student Venture Fund) is a completely student-led venture capital organization. Redhawk Ventures is comprised of students from a diverse array of majors who are committed to supporting student and alumni startups. Redhawk Ventures provides advisory services and funding to grow young business from the earliest stages of idea generation onward. Members of Redhawk Ventures attain practical knowledge of the funding process through establishing funding criteria and actual allocation of capital in the range of $1,000–$30,000.


Social Impact

Miami University Social Impact Fund is the first of its kind: a socially-focused, seed-stage, investment fund led by undergraduate students, providing students with the opportunity to invest up to $50,000 in alumni-led startups and local social enterprises.

We stand for educational learning, taking form of a student organization with instilled member education on impact investing and social entrepreneurship. Our goal as a fund is to invest in early-stage social enterprises with a preference towards Miami affiliated founders of start-ups generating both a financial and social return in Ohio. All of our investments contribute to social enterprises tackling problems like education, urban revitalization, and public health.


TAMID

TAMID Group is an apolitical and areligious business organization focused on international consulting and investing. TAMID provides experiential learning opportunities for business students through real consulting opportunities with Israeli companies and the opportunity to manage an Israel-focused investment fund. Founded in 2008, TAMID now has chapters on 41 campuses throughout the United States, one in Israel, one in Shanghai and several more opening each year.


Women In Finance

We are a diverse group of highly motivated and intelligent women pursing an interest within the finance industry post college. We strive to inspire our fellow peers and provide our member with the confidence and knowledge to be successful.


Women Who Invest

Our organization strives to provide financial literacy and professional development for all women, regardless of major or background. We do this by supplying our members with resources and workshops on a variety of different financial topics, including: how to begin your investing journey; easily defining stocks, bonds, etc; and LinkedIn / resume workshops.


ISA / BA Orgs

Accounting Association

The Accounting Association is a business organization for students majoring, minoring, or simply interested in Accounting at FSB. The organization allows students who are not currently members of Beta Alpha Psi and other organizations to learn what opportunities are available in the field. The Accounting Association also holds informational events to learn more about careers, credentials, and other important accounting related topics. The organization filters members with a major or minor in Accounting, Finance and/or ISA into Beta Alpha Psi who may not yet be eligible to join. This allows members to attend elite BAP meetings with top firms and companies in the Accounting/Finance/ISA fields prior to being full BAP members.


Beta Alpha Psi

Beta Alpha Psi is a national honorary organization that gives accountancy, finance, and ISA majors opportunities to learn about accounting and related professions. The Miami chapter’s activities include early entrance to Meet the Firms, professional meetings with accounting practitioners, etiquette dinners, mock interviews, and service projects. Social events enable student members to mix informally with faculty members and practitioners. Eligibility for membership is based on overall grade point average as well as the successful completion of a certain number of hours in major courses. The organization meets weekly for professional development and community service activities.


Information Systems and Analytics organization

Our goal is to build a network of ISA students who will be able to collaborate with each other for academic and extra-curricular purposes with the ultimate goal of developing skills that will help them in their future courses, internships, and careers.


Information Systems Audit and Control Association

(pronounced eye-sah-kuh) is affiliated with the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association. The Mission of Miami's ISACA student affiliation is to connect students with information and opportunities in the MIS and auditing fields. Membership is open to anyone interested, and primarily involves invitation and attendance to ISACA's networking and panel events. Though open to all majors, ISACA is aimed primarily at students majoring or minoring in Information Systems, Analytics/Decision Sciences, Computer Science, and Accounting.


Miami Financial Analytics Club

The mission of The Miami Financial Analytics Association is to promote an aggregate understanding of the branches of finance that control the markets of today's society. The club aims to look at finance from a liberal arts perspective to provide a holistic view of financial markets.


Miami University Blockchain Club

The purpose of the Miami University Blockchain Club (MUBC) is to actively facilitate understanding of Blockchain technology through Conferences, Hackathons, Research and Development, social events, and professional guest speakers like CEO's of tech startups that explain how Blockchain will affect different industries. MUBC serves to grow the understanding of Blockchain technology and its potential and current impact on a global and personal scale. MUBC aims to help members develop valuable connections in the Blockchain space while encouraging members to pursue Blockchain-based interests, internships, and careers. We believe in building future leaders by connecting with the Blockchain Ecosystem in order to foster valuable innovation.


HCML / SCOM Orgs

Futures in Retail

Inclusive to all majors and backgrounds, Futures in Retail promotes the professional development for ambitious students who want to grow their network in the retail industry. Our organization is a National Retail Federation Student Association, which connects us to companies and schools across the country. As a member of Futures in Retail, you will learn from Miami alumnae in the industry and students’ internship experiences. Establishing connections for future careers and enriching Miami’s retail oriented programs such as fashion, marketing, technology, supply chain, strategic communications, finance and accounting are among our highest priorities.


Miami Business Consulting

Miami Business Consulting (MBC) provides its members with hands-on consulting experience with actual business clients in a real-world setting. Project teams work side- by-side with clients to develop IT systems and address other business needs. Assignments enable MBC members to develop consulting, project management, and technology skills that build on what they have learned in the classroom, while its clients gain well designed systems or business knowledge free of charge.


Miami Management and Leadership

Miami Management & Leadership works with students to develop and strengthen leadership skills, focusing on the importance of human resource management. We welcome all students, regardless of major or GPA, to join to improve managerial skills for future careers.


Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

This capter is affiliated with the official SHRM organization. In addition to general membership meetings, our chapter participates in networking events, professional development opportunities, and nationally-recognized SHRM events.


Supply Chain Management Association

This student organization is affiliated with four of the leading professional development organizations supporting the field of supply chain management: The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) , The Association for Operations Management (APICS), the Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC) and the Council for Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP). Members become student affiliates of all three organizations. The group sponsors tours, speakers, social gatherings, and placement activities. All majors are welcome, from first year students to graduate students.


Marketing Orgs

First Miami Student Credit Union (FMSCU)

The only financial institution located on Miami University’s Oxford Campus. Founded in 1988 by a group of Miami Students, First Miami began as a cost-effective alternative to Oxford’s Uptown banking options. Today, First Miami is one of only two completely student-run credit unions in the nation and maintains an asset base averaging roughly one million dollars. Our internships give you hands on business experience from day one. Whether you're interested in investment banking, marketing or auditing, we have a place for you. First Miami is an entirely volunteer, student-run financial institution-by students, for students-from the Chief Executive Officer to the daily tellers. After completing a five-week training program in which interns learn about First Miami’s history and how to complete basic tasks and transactions, new interns typically begin working as tellers. Interns may advance to higher positions based upon ambition, knowledge, and superior customer service after working as a teller. After training, interns are able to join a variety of different committees, including: Loans, Credit Cards, Operations, Auditing, Accounting/Finance, Marketing, and Member Services. Many of our interns have used the internship to gain paid summer internships which frequently result in job offers. As our graduates get jobs, they tell us that their First Miami experience was extremely valuable in the process.


Futures in Retail

Inclusive to all majors and backgrounds, Futures in Retail promotes the professional development for ambitious students who want to grow their network in the retail industry. Our organization is a National Retail Federation Student Association, which connects us to companies and schools across the country. As a member of Futures in Retail, you will learn from Miami alumnae in the industry and students’ internship experiences. Establishing connections for future careers and enriching Miami’s retail oriented programs such as fashion, marketing, technology, supply chain, strategic communications, finance and accounting are among our highest priorities.


Miami Advertising Club (MAD)

Miami Advertising exists to provide members with experience, knowledge, and a skill set necessary to be successful in the field of advertising. We wish to create networking opportunities for members to learn from and build relationships with successful advertising professionals. We hope to create an attraction for advertising agencies to recruit at Miami University as a result of the reputation for the caliber of professionals that this organization produces.


Miami Business Enterprises

MBE is a business organization that offers exciting and challenging experiences related to the marketing profession. Its major goal is to supplement the education received in the classroom by providing hands-on experiences, offering a variety of leadership positions, and identifying and attaining careers in marketing and allied fields for our members. There are no requirements for membership.


Miami Sports Marketing

We at Hawks Sports marketing hope to bring students into the world of sports marketing through real world experience, learning from leaders within the industry and showing how important sports are to our society.


Miami University Women in Marketing (MUWIM)

Miami University Women in Marketing (MUWIM) aspires to empower and strengthen students through the utilization of effective marketing. Though MUWIM is established and run by women, we are an all inclusive group committed to collaborating with all genders and majors. We further our members' knowledge on marketing related professions, foster confidence in marketing oneself, and help to connect them with successful female business professionals to further build their network. We host meetings providing speakers, resume and skill-building workshops, client marketing projects, social events, and mentorship opportunities.

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Specialized Orgs

Business Student Advisory Council (BSAC)

BSAC is a student organization that works with the Dean and the students in the Farmer School of Business to open avenues of communication. Membership is composed of business students selected at large. BSAC coordinates and supports the activities of student business organizations so that they can best serve students.


FSB Ambassadors

The Farmer School of Business Ambassador Program supports the university and school recruitment efforts by providing first-hand insight on student life and programs. This includes meeting with students and parents in conjunction with Farmer School staff and leading building tours. Ambassadors also participate in University and FSB events (Make It Miami, Direct admit, and Family Weekend open Houses, for example) and contribute to External Relations efforts.


Miami University Fashion & Design (MUF&D)

Miami University Fashion & Design (MUF&D), Miami University’s largest student organization with over 650 members. We provide members with real-world experience and professional and creative development opportunities through our six committees and 40+ annual events. MUF&D is most known for the largest fashion show in the nation that is completely student-run and draws in an audience of over 1,100.


Miami Soapbox Speakers

The Miami Soapbox Speakers is a student organization dedicated to providing students the opportunity to improve their public speaking and presentation skills without the threat of a grade. Soapbox Speakers provides an inclusive environment for people at any experience level, as well as an opportunity to develop skills that are highly sought after in any industry.

Meetings will vary between workshop/impromptu days and presentation days. On workshop and impromptu days, students will receive information on certain aspects of public speaking and PowerPoint presentations; on presentation days they will use this knowledge to develop and give a presentation. Additionally, any member is always free to give a presentation that they want to practice for a class at any of the meetings - we are committed to giving students a place to practice any type of presentation!


RedHawk Racing

The Redhawk Racing team works to compete in the annual Baja SAE competitions, which challenge students to design and build an offroad vehicle meant to endure harsh offroad conditions and obstacles.

Every 2 years, the team dedicates time to creating a brand new car, designing and manufacturing about 90% of what goes into the final model. Students are given many opportunities to grow and learn including working on a team dedicated to a large scale project, the chance to 3D model in software like Autodesk Inventor and even manufacture their models by utilizing the many manual or CNC machines around the shop. Teams are also responsible for creating sales and design presentations revolving around their car that will be tested at competitions.

Teams will attend anywhere from 1-3 competitions every year with each competition following the same basic structure. Each competition requires every team to give a design presentation, revolving around the creation process of the car and the decisions made along the way, and a sales presentation focused on the marketing and public view of the project. In addition to presentations, the car is put through multiple rigorous tests as a way to gauge its performance and reward points. The main event of competition is a 4-hour endurance race, where all 100 teams compete to see who can complete the most laps in the time limit. In the end, presentation scores, course test performance, and endurance placement are all taken into account when determining a winner.

Overall, Redhawk Racing gives students a great means of growing and fine-tuning their skills in their field. Whether you are a mechanical engineer with an interest in design or a business major with a knack for marketing, our Baja SAE team will present you with challenges that you can use to develop you as a person and in your profession.


Toastmasters International

Toastmasters International enables business professionals to practice and strengthen their communication skills. Members of the Miami Masters chapter increase their self-confidence by becoming better listeners, improving their presentation skills, and building their ability to motivate and persuade.


Leading the Integration of Faith & Entrepreneurship (LIFE)

LIFE exists to bridge the professional world with your faith. So often students and professionals alike do not feel comfortable being vulnerable and integrating their faith into their work. There is a discomfort in sharing about these topics and we exist to solve this problem. We will meet weekly on Monday nights to discuss topics, work through courses on redemptive entrepreneurship, and bring in leaders to discuss how they integrate their faith into their work as a professional.


Multi-Cultural Orgs

China-America Business Organization (CABO)

The China-America Business organization (CABO) at Miami University is a business social and cultural organization for all students who share a common vision in connecting Miami University to China by building a better highway to success. CABO strives to improve the ability of its members to succeed in international businesses by providing them with a networking platform to help them increase communication between pan- Chinese and American students with business professionals. CABO’s goal is to help create job opportunities and build long lasting relationships both in China, in the U.S. and by integrating Western and Chinese culture together. In essence, CABO connects students for the future through development, networking, ethics leadership, cooperation and knowledge.


Global Business Brigades

Global Brigades is a branch of a national volunteer organization dedicated to helping developing Countries in a variety of disciplines. Student teams travel to international destinations, where they provide consulting and investment guidance designed to create sustainable economic initiatives.


International Student Advisory Council (ISAC)

International Student Advisory Council (ISAC) serves the needs of international students within Farmer School of Business (FSB). Its intent is to help FSB international students utilize the resources to achieve both their academic and professional goals. The council works closely with the faculty to provide the students with resources and information by organizing workshops and events.


Multicultural Business Association (MBA)

MBA is an informal support network established in the Farmer School to encourage multicultural students to participate and take advantage of the resources and services available to all students. Students are introduced to department chairs, faculty, academic advisors, and other staff. MBSN has established a Mentor/Mentee program assigning upper class business majors to pre-business students to facilitate pre-business student advancement into the Farmer School. A steering committee regularly meets and plans information sessions on topics that include scheduling classes, interviewing, e-mail and Internet use, business dress and conversation, team building and other information useful in negotiating a successful Miami career.


National Association of Black Accountants

The mission of NABA, Inc. is to address the professional needs of its members and to build leaders that shape the future of the accounting and finance profession with an unfaltering commitment to inspire the same in their successors. The Association shall unite through membership accountants, finance and business related professionals and students who have similar interests and ideals, are committed to professional and academic excellence, possess a sense of professional and civic responsibility, and are concerned with enhancing opportunities for minorities in the accounting, finance and business related professions.


Nourish International

Nourish International believes that business can be a powerful tool for creating opportunity and seek to use markets when possible to produce sustainable wealth and possibility for both our communities and communities abroad. This past year we won the most improved student organization award and through our ventures we raised the most money out of every Nourish chapter in the country. Apply your business skills and knowledge to a nonprofit student-run social entrepreneurship making a lasting impact on extreme poverty.


Women's Orgs

Advancing Women in Entrepreneurship (AWE)

AWE is a group of women aspiring to become world changers. Have a vision? Enjoy blazing new trails? Have a desire to make things better? We do too. We are an organization that is passionate about entrepreneurship and bringing like-minded women together. Individually, we have unique passions and dreams but together, we meet with successful female founders, engage in discussion about entrepreneurship as women, and take the steps to grow as the leaders, women, and students that we already are. We want to come alongside our members and help them on their journeys to reach their full potential. Visit our website to learn more information and apply in the spring if you are interested in joining our organization!


Women in Accounting

Miami University Women in Accounting is a business organization at Miami that focuses on the professional growth and development of women in the field of accounting. Meetings will be held once a month and will include guest speakers, study groups, professional development workshops, and CPA preparation.


Miami University Women in Business (MUWIB)

MUWIB seeks to unite, enable and inspire women in their efforts to achieve business excellence through education and experience. MUWIB provides its members superior career and learning opportunities through a variety of workshops, speakers, and philanthropic initiatives.


Miami University Women in Marketing (MUWIM)

Miami University Women in Marketing (MUWIM) aspires to empower and strengthen students through the utilization of effective marketing. Though MUWIM is established and run by women, we are an all inclusive group committed to collaborating with all genders and majors. We further our members' knowledge on marketing related professions, foster confidence in marketing oneself, and help to connect them with successful female business professionals to further build their network. We host meetings providing speakers, resume and skill-building workshops, client marketing projects, social events, and mentorship opportunities.

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Women in Economics

Economics is a professional organization created to equip women with the tools necessary to seize their talent and further their Economic interests. We put particular emphasis on career development by hosting workshops, exclusive recruiting events, as well as career exposes. Our primary goal is helping women within the Economics major find career direction, develop professional networks, achieve ambitious career goals, as well as showcase the benefits of an Economics degree to undecided majors.


Women In Finance

We are a diverse group of highly motivated and intelligent women pursing an interest within the finance industry post college. We strive to inspire our fellow peers and provide our member with the confidence and knowledge to be successful.


Women In Social Entrepreneurship (WISE)

Women In Social Entrepreneurship (WISE) is focused on “Seeing Problems and Solving Them.” WISE aims to empower women by talking about complex issues, and hearing from leaders who have taken proactive steps to solve these problems in their communities. We want to help our members learn by offering opportunities to interact and consult with emerging mission-focused organizations and nonprofits.

We welcome both men and women in our mission: to focus on the importance of entrepreneurship and other forms of creative problem solving. Members will gain critical thinking skills and engage in deep conversations about important current issues. We value watching our members grow in their leadership.


Women Who Invest

Our organization strives to provide financial literacy and professional development for all women, regardless of major or background. We do this by supplying our members with resources and workshops on a variety of different financial topics, including: how to begin your investing journey; easily defining stocks, bonds, etc; and LinkedIn / resume workshops.