Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi is the country’s oldest and largest professional business fraternity.
AKPsi is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders. AKPsi
offers networking opportunities through community service and professional programming,
as well as opportunities to meet people from all over the country at regional and
Asset Management Academy
The Asset Management Academy helps students develop the tools to work in the asset
management industry. There is a focus on research, using finance, math, and computer
science to create tools that function at industry standards. Asset Management Academy
is a think tank run by students and is open to undergraduate and graduate students
in various disciplines. The group has a multidisciplinary focus on preparing students
for the research analyst/portfolio manager and advisor roles.
Association of Information Technology Professionals
AITP is an organization that helps students to explore careers in technology. Members
connect with business professionals to learn more about employment opportunities and
expectations. Professional meetings with speakers are combined with social gatherings
for a well-rounded organizational agenda. Open to all LSU students.
Beta Alpha Psi
Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) is a national professional honorary accounting fraternity. LSU’s
chapter of this organization has achieved superior status in most of the last 15 years.
BAP aims to promote an understanding of the field of accountancy, provide opportunities
for self-development, and encourage a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility.
Accounting, finance, and information systems undergraduate and graduate students are
welcome to apply and are accepted based on academic performance.
Business College Council
The E. J. Ourso Business College Council exists to provide the college with students’
views, ideas, and values while advancing and enhancing the college experience for
business students. The council’s purpose is to improve students’ awareness of events
within the college, unify the organizations within the colleges, and serve as a link
between students and the administration. E. J. Ourso College of Business students
elects the council during Student Government elections.
Get involved with Student Government
Collegiate Entrepreneurship Organization
The Collegiate Entrepreneurship Organization aims to promote entrepreneurship at the
college level by providing an innovative and interactive learning environment. CEO
provides assistance with career development and creating career goals while fostering
interaction with local entrepreneurs and faculty members.
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) is a professional business fraternity consisting of undergraduate
and graduate business majors. The fraternity’s professional programs feature prominent
business leaders speaking on various business- and career-oriented topics. DSP holds
membership in the Greater Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce. Other activities focus
on civic service projects, volunteer services on campus, and social occasions.
The de Soto Society
The de Soto Society is the premier investment banking job placement group at LSU.
The admission process begins in the fall of a student’s sophomore year when they undergo
a behavioral and technical interview to gauge their preparedness and interest in a
career in investment banking. Over the next several months, students are given the
tools to improve interview skills including technical material packets, upperclassmen
mentors, and networking workshops with the ultimate goal of obtaining investment banking
summer analyst and full-time analyst positions.
Join The de Soto Society
Economics/International Trade & Finance Club
The Economics Club at LSU is a community that helps curious students expand their
knowledge of economic issues. Through events, forums, partnerships, and sponsorships,
we promote the field of economics in how it affects people’s lives. We bring the learning
that students see in the classroom and give it a dynamic, meaningful, and real-life
Join Econ/ITF Club
The MBA Association enables its members to leverage the network of graduate business
professionals around the world by sharing experiences and opportunities through it.
Our LSU chapter also offers professional networking, social events, and philanthropy
opportunities for students currently enrolled in the MBA program.
All current LSU Flores MBA students are welcome to join.
National Association of Black Accountants
The LSU Chapter of NABA chartered in June of 2011 during the National Convention in
Orlando, FL. NABA offers its members many benefits: personal and professional development,
internships, scholarships, leadership, networking, social events, mentorship, etc.
Pi Sigma Epsilon
Pi Sigma Epsilon (PSE) is the only co-ed nationally-recognized professional organization
in marketing, sales, and management. PSE members participate in planning, organizing,
leading, and implementing various projects, ranging from simple fundraising to complex
marketing. They also partake in professional development programs, sessions, and activities
that help prepare them for their careers. Members gain a business advantage for life
as they grow professionally and learn from experience.
Public Administration Student Association
The Public Administration Student Association (PASA) is a professional student organization
for students in the public administration program. PASA holds professional and social
activities that allow students to meet with professional public administrators and
political leaders. The group also enhances student-faculty relations and provides
information regarding career opportunities in the field of public administration.
Society for Human Resource Management
The Society for Human Resource Management at LSU (SHRM) provides access to major Human
Resource publications and the opportunity to interact with practicing managers. Members
also hear from guest speakers who are both knowledgeable and experienced, hold field
trips, and assist with career planning and placement.
Women in Business
Women in Business (WIB) at LSU is established to foster students’ professional development,
particularly by preparing members for the unique challenges women face in the workplace
and connecting them with successful businesswomen in the Baton Rouge community and
beyond. WIB creates opportunities for members to connect with prominent women in business
and companies that value empowering women.