Finance Student Organizations
The Department of Finance offers two major-specific student organizations to both undergraduate and graduate students. In addition, the department also encourages students to get involved with organizations associated with different majors and the college as a whole.
The Student Finance Association (SFA) is an informative support group for finance students and faculty. Activities are designed to encourage students to socialize with fellow students, faculty members, and economists in the business community. The society also offers assistance with job searches and graduate school information.
The Student Real Estate Association is an organization that aims to provide connectivity, education, and guidance to students interested in the real estate industry. The Student Real Estate Association's goal is to promote awareness of career opportunities in the business-related areas of real estate. The association strives to promote the development of skills and knowledge beneficial to employment and investment opportunities in the real estate field. These goals are achieved through contacts with professional personnel from local real estate businesses and associations. Through its efforts, the SREA yields a supportive network of students with the singleness of purpose to prosper in the real estate industry.
The E. J. Ourso College of Business offers numerous student organizations available to students. These organizations are a great way to connect with students across majors and get involved with the business college itself.