MBA Student Organizations
Students are encouraged to fully immerse themselves in the MBA program by joining our two MBA program specific organizations, as well as getting involved with the college and university as a whole.
The Masters of Business Administration Association (MBAA) is a student-run organization affiliated with the LSU Flores MBA Program. MBAA strives to complement the MBA program by providing students from the full-time, professional, online and executive tracks with chances to network professionally and socially, to engage in professional development opportunities and to contribute to the community through philanthropic events.
National Association of Women MBAs is dedicated to empowering business professionals, to assisting women into leadership positions in business, and to enhancing the diversity of the workforce worldwide. We serve four related client groups: female MBA students, female business professionals and entrepreneurs, universities and corporate partners. The organization has many resources available to student chapters in the way of career and leadership webinars, online career center and job fairs, newsletters, invitation to Annual National Conference, national event calendar, and discounted subscriptions and services. Our LSU chapter also offers professional networking, social events, and philanthropy opportunities for students currently enrolled in the MBA program.
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.