George Mason UniversitySchool of Business
  1. Alpha Kappa Psi
    Faculty Advisor:Daniel WalschEmail:dwalsch@gmu.eduFaculty Advisor:Shelly CanterburyEmail:scanterb@gmu.eduStudent President:Khubra AmanEmail:kaman@masonlive.gmu.eduURL:https://www.akpsi.org/Description:

    Shaping people, shaping business.  That is the tagline that has molded over 240,000 Alpha Kappa Psi members all over the world.  Alumni who have said this same tagline to themselves over and over include:  Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, Sam Walton and J. Willard Marriott.  Alpha Kappa Psi is the nation's largest and oldest professional business fraternity, providing great business practices since 1904.  The Pi Sigma Chapter of GMU is a coed fraternity open to all majors but is limited to a select group of individuals who are hand chosen by the chapter's officials during the recruitment process.  The recruitment process is conducted at the beginning of each academic semester.  Participation is open to all majors with a keen eye for a successful professional career.  For more information on Alpha Kappa Psi, please visit our website at:  https://www.akpsi.org/

  2. American Marketing Association (AMA)
    Faculty Advisor:Jessica HoppnerEmail:jhoppner@gmu.eduURL:http://www.ama-gmu.comDescription:
    Mason-AMA is a marketing and business organization whose mission is to provide a forum for students interested in learning more about the marketing profession, gaining practical marketing experience, enhancing leadership and career development skills, and advancing their learning beyond the classroom. One of the most prominent activities Mason-AMA participates in is the Annual Intercollegiate Conference coordinated by AMA headquarters. This event gives Marketing or Business majors the opportunity to represent Mason at a collegiate conference. Over 100 different universities and 1200 student and faculty advisors attend. For more information about the American Marketing Association, please click here.
  3. Association of Latino Professionals for Amercia
    Student President:Francis FullerURL:http://www.alpfa.org/Description:

    New club, currently recruiting!

  4. Beta Alpha Psi
    Faculty Advisor:Constance M. HyltonEmail:chylton@gmu.eduStudent President:Jessica WilkenURL:http://www.gmu.edu/org/bap/Description:
    Beta Alpha Psi is the national honorary and service fraternity of financial information professionals. Activities include frequent meetings with presentations by members of the accounting and financial services professions. Participation is open to accounting and finance majors with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 and a major GPA of at least 3.0. In addition, students not yet admitted to the School of Business but with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 may participate in Beta Alpha Psi activities as a National Pledge. A pledge drive is conducted at the beginning of each semester and active participation in fraternity, professional, service, and social activities is expected. Please click here for for more information, or click here for the national website.
  5. Beta Gamma Sigma
    Faculty Advisor:Steve PilloffEmail:spilloff@gmu.eduURL:https://www.betagammasigma.org/Description:
    Beta Gamma Sigma is a scholastic business honor society. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest recognition a business student can receive in an undergraduate or master’s program at a school accredited by AACSB. Each year, the top seven percent of juniors, the top ten percent of seniors, and the top twenty percent of master’s students are invited to join the society. Membership provides ongoing, tangible benefits throughout one’s career. Please visit www.betagammasigma.org for more information.
  6. Collegiate DECA
    Faculty Advisor:Jeff KulickEmail:jkulick@gmu.eduStudent President:Pralfah Ratchatavitayakul

    Pralfah Ratchatavitayakul


    Collegiate DECA is a professional business organization that helps emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in the field of hospitality, marketing, finance, accounting, technology, and management.  Our members become academically prepared, community oriented, professionally responsible, experienced leaders through the use of our scholastic program, conferences, business competitions and social events.  For more information, see www.facebook.com/gmudeca

  7. Delta Sigma Pi
    Faculty Advisor:Constant ChengEmail:ccheng5@gmu.eduStudent President:Johnny AuDescription:

    Delta Sigma Pi is the foremost co-ed professional business fraternity in the world boasting over 260+ chapters and over 260,000+ members.  Our fraternity seeks the top business talent in the world in order to mold them into the business leaders of tomorrow.  Through continuous professional development and the reinforcement of fraternity ideals, our members learn to overcome their weaknesses by achieving tremendous personal growth and overcoming challenges with both their pledge class and their chapter. Although our pledging process is selective, we highly encourage all professionally-oriented students to seek a bid into Delta Sigma Pi to enjoy a lifetime of professional development, access to amazing global professional networks and opportunities to forge lifetime friendships from all around the world.  Delta Sigma Pi will change your life in a positive manner, and allow you to achieve your highest potential.  All it takes is for you to take the first step and apply for a bid!  For additional information on Delta Sigma Pi, see: http://business.gmu.edu/undergraduate/student-organizations/

  8. Financial Management Association (FMA)
    Faculty Advisor:Mike AndersonEmail:mander19@gmu.eduStudent President:Luke Wilkers

    Luke Wilkers

    Joining Financial Management Association (FMA) will provide new depth and dimension to your finance education. some of the benefits of membership include: contact with finance professionals, professors, and other driven students; information and help with your career path; opportunities to demonstrate leadership; access to numerous publications rich in financial knowledge; and recognition through the FMA National Honor Society. To be eligible for the FMA National Honor Society, the Mason chapter of FMA requires completion of 12 or more credit hours of finance coursework (beyond FNAN 301), with an average GPA of 3.5 or better in those courses. Mason's growing FMA chapter is a student run organization and encourages Finance majors to help design a variety of activities.
  9. Future Business Leaders of America
    Faculty Advisor:Jackie BrownEmail:jbrown39@gmu.eduStudent President:Tiffany DawsonEmail:tdawson2@masonlive.gmu.eduDescription:

    We are the George Mason University chapter of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL), the premier student business organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business and business-related fields. FBLA-PBL is the largest student-run organization in the United States of America and one of the largest business-related organizations in the world. It is also one of the top 10 organizations listed by the U.S. Department of Education.

  10. Mason Accounting Society
    Faculty Advisor:Syed HasanEmail:shasan2@gmu.eduStudent President:Sohail NaeemURL:https://gmu.collegiatelink.net/organization/accountingsocietyDescription:

    The Mason Accounting Society is an organization open to anyone majoring in Accounting at Mason.  The purpose of this society is to create a community outside of the classroom that offers its members the opportunity to make a difference through activities and community service.

  11. Mason Changemakers
    Faculty Advisor:Lisa Gring-PembleEmail:lgringpe@gmu.eduDescription:

    Mason Changemakers is for Mason students of all majors who want to make a difference in their communities. With a multidisciplinary approach and drawing on business principles, students work together to address important social and global challenges.  Mason Changemakers welcomes guest speakers on a variety of topics (e.g. human trafficking, inclusive entrepreneurship, sustainability, and immigration to name a few), provides a supportive community, and offers networking opportunities for social innovators in the Mason community. 

  12. Mason Consulting Club
    Faculty Advisor:Katie RosenbuschEmail:krosenbu@gmu.eduStudent President:Latrice Hicks

    Latrice Hicks


    The goals of this club are to:  1) empower students with the skills needed to become successful professionals in the Management industry; 2) provide tools that will optimize leadership potential through student engagement in management consulting and beyond; and 3) to build student confidence in their abilitiy to change the workforce--one person at a time.

  13. Mason Entrepreneurs
    Faculty Advisor:Yan LingEmail:yling@gmu.eduDescription:
    Mason Entrepreneurs will initiate programs and activities exploring all aspects of entrepreneurship, including the idea creation, funding, management, and operational issues facing the entrepreneurs of today - and tomorrow.  The club plans to offer a variety of activities, including workshops designed around various issues in building a company, dinner series where club members meet informally with local entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, field trips to mid-stage startups and local venture capital companies, and Young Entrepreneurs Summit that features young, successful entrepreneurs sharing their career paths with students from Mason and other regional universities.
  14. Mason Information Systems and Operations Management Association
    Faculty Advisor:Harvey SingerEmail:hsinger@gmu.eduStudent President:Eric LeeDescription:

    The Mason ISOM Association (MISOMA) is a forum for students at George Mason University who have an interest in information technology and its applications in business. MISOMA's mission is to enhance knowledge of Information Systems applications in all levels of business operations. MISOMA's involvement in School of Business events is to promote career networking opportunities with top-level employers, peers, and other student organizations. MISOMA’s mission is to encourage its members to take advantage of leadership, career, and social opportunities within the School of Business and the George Mason community.

  15. Mason Investment Club
    Faculty Advisor:Gerald A. HanweckEmail:ghanweck@gmu.eduFaculty Advisor:Shelly CanterburyEmail:scanterb@gmu.eduStudent President:Evgenii VaniukovDescription:
    The Mason Investment Club is a student organization that is devoted to teaching practical skills and knowledge in order to compete with the best in the investment world. One of the most useful skills we teach is how to do research on individual stocks: where to find the information, how to analyze the stock using financial models in order to determine if it is overpriced or under-priced, how to give an oral presentation on the stock afterwards to the Board of Directors and professional analysts. The club will hold numerous events to hear about different investment philosophies from guest speakers, as well as a chance to learn exactly how to be a day trader.
  16. National Association of Black Accountants
    Faculty Advisor:Janet FaughnanEmail:jfaughna@gmu.eduStudent President:Je"Mira JohnsonEmail:jjohns88@gmu.eduURL:http://www.nabainc.org/Description:
    The National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) George Mason University Student Chapter seeks to address the professional needs of its members while building leaders that shape the future of the accounting and finance profession. NABA-GMU holds a high interest in students who possess a strong sense of civic responsibility, a desire for excellence both inside and outside of the classroom, as well as those who are interested in promoting opportunities for minorities in the fields of accounting, finance and other business related professions. Explore NABA on the web by visiting the national website at http://www.nabainc.org/.
  17. Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
    Faculty Advisor:Cindy ParkerEmail:cparker8@gmu.eduDescription:
    SHRM is the leading voice of the human resource profession. As a national student member of the Society you will gain exposure to the world of Human Resources, current issues and the application of concepts and theories. Activities are intended to expand upon classroom learning, building your knowledge of the HR field. Your participation provides an opportunity to develop valuable leadership and organizational skills. SHRM professional development activities include seminars on HR matters and resume workshops and attendance at the annual national conference. As an additional benefit, GMU members gain the opportunity to prepare for SHRM Certification in the field of HRM. SHRM membership provides you with the opportunity to enhance your career. For more information about the Society for Human Resource Management click here.