The John M. and Mary Jo Boler School of Business supports many student organizations that can help get you involved on campus and ready to lead. Check out what business groups are available as well as other opportunities for involvement across John Carroll University.


Accounting Association
The Accounting Association sponsors events to inform students about Accounting by having interested parties make presentations to the group and sponsors social events for members.

Alpha Kappa Psi
The Professional Business Fraternity, recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders.

American Marketing Association (AMA)
AMA professional and collegiate chapters keep members in touch with the best people and the best practices.

Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS)
International Business Honor Society for business students at the undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels from AACSB accredited schools. Membership is by invitation. Learn more about BGS.

Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO)
CEO is an exclusive group of John Carroll students who are interested in and ready to be involved with entrepreneurial ventures.

Economics Association
The purpose of the Economics Association is to provide experience and exposure to economics, within business and research in areas outside the classroom.

Finance Association
The purpose of the Finance Association shall be to provide a forum for students interested in finance to share ideas and meet professional finance managers.

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
The purpose of SHRM shall be to serve the needs of human resources students by providing the most essential and comprehensive set of resources available.

Student Business Advisory Council (SBAC)
The SBAC is made up of the presidents of all the business organizations on campus to encourage unity among students and faculty in the School of Business.

Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)
SIFE team members leverage their personal educational experiences, the expertise of their faculty advisors, the support of their local business advisory boards, and the resources of their institutions to implement programs that create real economic opportunities for members of their communities.


For more information on these and other campus organizations, visit the Org Sync website offered through the Office of Student Activities.