Get connected with fellow business students and tap into Austin's vibrant community
Students in The Bill Munday School of Business are encouraged to engage outside the classroom in one of the following student organizations. These groups serve both undergraduate and graduate students and facilitate connections to local business leaders, which often lead to internships and full-time careers.
Promotes the study and practice of accounting by providing opportunities for self-development, service and association among members and practicing professionals. Contact Fred Tedesco at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Delta Mu Delta
A national honor society in business administration. Delta Mu Delta promotes higher scholarship in training for business and recognizes and rewards Business Administration students who have distinguished themselves scholastically. Contact Mary Dunn at email@example.com or Camelia Rotaru at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Delta Sigma Pi, Theta Omega Chapter
A co-educational business fraternity that fosters the study of business in universities and encourages scholarship, social activity and association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice. Contact Mary Dunn at email@example.com.
Promotes interest in economic ideas and the Economics major at St. Edward’s University. The club acts as a forum for discussion of economic issues and as an information exchange regarding economics careers and graduate programs. It also fosters social interaction among students interested in economics. Contact Haydory Ahmed at firstname.lastname@example.org
Promotes increased awareness and access to career opportunities in management fields, helps grow students’ personal networks, develops leadership skills and promotes the benefits of postgraduate business education. Contact Prodyodth Chatterjee at email@example.com
Works to encourage and uphold sound and ethical marketing practices, form a deeper understanding and appreciation of marketing challenges, and improve awareness of opportunities available to marketing professionals. The association also promotes critical thinking, decision making and leadership abilities, refines business, marketing and networking skills, and fosters beneficial relationships among students, faculty and business professionals. Contact Wes Pollitte at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hilltop Venture Club
Join the Hilltop Venture Club and work with students from all majors on real-world projects. Learn how to make connections in the entrepreneurial way and develop unique ideas to present to the community. Interested in joining? Conact President, Jacob Zivin, email@example.com
Sigma Nu Tau
The only academic honor society dedicated to entrepreneurship. The mission of Sigma Nu Tau is to promote, recognize and award academic excellence in entrepreneurship and to encourage and recognize the practice of principled entrepreneurship. "Principled entrepreneurship is maximizing long-term profitability for the business by creating real value in society while always acting lawfully and with integrity." Contact Antonio Alvarado at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Entrepreneurship Club (SEC)
Designed to advance an entrepreneurial ecosystem at St. Edward’s University for students interested in starting a small business or non-profit organization. The organization supplements classroom learning and promotes the entrepreneurial experience. Activities include co-sponsoring the annual Business Plan Competition and the iChallenge pitch competition, hosting field trips and presentations, and volunteering at various entrepreneurial events – both on campus and in the community. Contact Douglas Carter at email@example.com.