The College of Business Administration at K-State has 16 different student organizations that give our students the opportunity to get connected, exhibit leadership, and network. These student organizations are diverse in nature. Some represent certain majors, others are open to everyone. Visit the links below to learn more about the 16 student organizations.
- Alpha Kappa Psi
- Beta Alpha Psi
- Beta Gamma Sigma
- Business Ambassadors
- Entrepreneurship Club
- Global Supply Chain Club
- Graduate Student Association
- Institute of Management Accountants
- K-State Sales Team
- Management Information Systems Club
- Multicultural Business Student Association
- Pi Sigma Epsilon Marketing Club
- Sales Ambassadors
- Society for Human Resource Management
- Student Accounting Society
- Student Finance Association
- Study Abroad Advocates
- Women in Business
The Dean's Student Advisory Council
The Dean's Student Advisory Council is the premier organization in the College of Business Administration. This group, comprised of the presidents of each CBA student organization and Student Governing Association student senators, sets new initiatives and programs for the college. For more information about the Dean's Student Advisory Council or for event inquiries involving multiple student organizations, contact Hannah Heatherman at email@example.com.
There are sixty elected member of Student Senate. The College of Business is represented by eight student senators that are elected each spring to serve a one year term. Student Senate is responsible for determining student fee money allocations and establishing policies for the K-State student body. To learn more about serving the College of business as a student senator please visit https://www.k-state.edu/sga/legislative/.