The college’s dynamic, diverse, and popular student clubs ensure you’ll feel connected to your peers—not in competition with them.
The college actively supports and encourages student participation in clubs as a vital component of the college experience. Not only do clubs give students an opportunity to interact and learn from peers, but they also provide the opportunity to bring together and apply lessons learned from various courses in a hands-on setting. Club activities include everything from organizing events, seminars, fundraising for local nonprofits, guest speakers, field trips, site visits and career development workshops to networking and managing real stock portfolios.
For more general questions regarding clubs and organizations within the Lundquist College, contact:
Undergraduate Clubs and Organizations
Clubs within the Lundquist College of Business are grouped into undergraduate and graduate clubs. Some organizations do accept both—reach out to club leadership with inquiries.
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi is a co-ed professional business fraternity and is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders.
American Marketing Association
The UO AMA is a student-run marketing organization that aims to connect students with professional marketers and offers insight into the marketing profession. The UO AMA is open to all students.
Beta Alpha Psi
Founded in 1919, Beta Alpha Psi is an honor organization for financial information students and professionals.
Diverse Organization of Business Students
The Diverse Organization of Business Students (DOBS) is a club created to empower students to discover their identity as a diverse student, defined by their own terms, in order to create an environment in which our empowered selves can create community growth and change.
Financial Management Association
The Financial Management Association (FMA) is a national organization that is focused on bridging the gap between the classroom and the real world through guest speakers, workshops, and more.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group
The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group welcomes students of all majors who are looking to strengthen their entrepreneurial expertise, build their professional skills, and expand their social network.
International Business Association
The International Business Association is devoted to creating a friendly and supportive community in which students can improve their business knowledge, expand their networks, and sharpen their professional abilities.
International Business and Economics Club
The University of Oregon International Business and Economics Club is a student organization devoted to the professional development of globally-minded individuals and the creation of a close community network of future leaders in international enterprise.
Music Industry Collective
The Music Industry Collective is a cross-disciplinary group for students to gain the skills, knowledge, and experiential learning necessary for a career in the music industry.
Net Impact Undergraduate Chapter
The undergraduate chapter of Net Impact at the University of Oregon is a sustainable business organization housed in the Lundquist College of Business that provides the tools to explore the intersection of business, social responsibility, and sustainability. We are open to all undergraduate students.
Operations and Business Analytics Club
The Operations and Business Analytics Club is dedicated to acquainting business and non-business students with ideas, challenges, and issues related to the operations and business analytics concentration.
Real Estate Investment Group
The UO Real Estate Investment Group is a niche selection of undergraduate students who learn about the components of real estate investing, pitch real investment properties, and explore different facets of commercial real estate.
The UO Sales Club equips students with the sales skills, knowledge, and resources necessary to succeed in the professional world.
The TAMID Group is a nonprofit group within the Lundquist College of Business that gives students the opportunity to hone their business and entrepreneurial skills through hands-on interactions with the Israeli economy.
Warsaw Sports Business Club
The Warsaw Sports Business Club (WSBC) provides a platform for students to gain insight, experiences, and opportunities in the field of sports business. WSBC is open to all UO undergraduate students regardless of major or class year.
Women in Business Club
The Women in Business Club aims to give women the resources and opportunities to network successfully in the professional world while building long-lasting, supportive relationships with other UO students.
Graduate Clubs and Organizations
While most clubs are geared toward undergraduates, some organizations specifically aimed at graduate students are available within the college, and MBA and MSF students can participate in their respective student associations.
MBA Student Association
The Oregon MBA Student Association seeks to provide a formal voice for MBA students in the Lundquist College of Business, and connect students from the four Centers of Excellence and various years together in meaningful and fun ways.
Net Impact Graduate Chapter
Net Impact is a coalition of more than 435 global chapters of students and emerging impact leaders who want to use their skills to make a positive impact for people and our planet while building a more just and sustainable world. Our chapter collaborates with external companies on real-world projects to foster learning and build professional networks.
MSF Student Association
MSFSA provides a formal voice for MSF students at the Lundquist College of Business, creates a system for feedback for college administration, and hosts social, academic, and professional events for the program and beyond. Contact faculty advisor Jared Williams for more information.
Graduate Women in Business
Graduate Women in Business was founded as a place for female, femme, and non-binary students to network, socialize, and learn in a safe space while improving job searches, adding to our skill sets, and build our community within the Lundquist College.
Other Student Organizations
Besides Lundquist College-affiliated student clubs, there are other organizations available for students through the Lundquist College of Business. Beyond the college of business, the University of Oregon is home to more than 300 student organizations. Visit the Division of Student Life website to browse all organizations at the university.
UO Investment Group
The University of Oregon Investment Group (UOIG) is dedicated to enhancing our members’ education through in-depth equity research, valuation, portfolio management, and market analysis.
Oregon Consulting Group
The Oregon Consulting Group (OCG) is a professionally managed, student-run consulting organization available to work with companies and nonprofits on a wide range of consulting projects. Student consultants gain mastery of their studies through intensive experiential learning.
Beta Gamma Sigma
Beta Gamma Sigma is an honor society for accredited business schools. Its mission is to encourage and honor academic achievement and personal excellence in the study and practice of business.
Out Leaders in Business
Out Leaders in Business is an affinity group for LGBTQ+ students studying business and accounting at the University of Oregon. Its mission is to build a community, increase representation, and provide resources. Fill out the signup survey to join.
Lundquist College–Portland Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Community Forum
Comprised of students, alumni, faculty, staff, and industry leaders, this group looks to make positive change within the Lundquist College's Portland programs and the greater Portland community. The group also has several subcommittees, including:
- Academics and Curriculum, looking to broaden representation in the classroom
- Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Student Group, which hosts community networking sessions for its members
- Industry and Engagement, looking to create a neutral space for organizations to develop more just and equitable workplaces
Students outside the Portland campus are welcome to join. Please contact Brock Forette at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
UO Toastmasters is a public speaking club with a mission is to provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth.
Resources for Students and Club Leadership
Resources are available both for club leadership and for students looking to join clubs. For help at the university level, visit the Associated Students of the University of Oregon website.
Club Dues Scholarship
Lundquist College majors and minors with financial need and in good academic standing may apply for a scholarship to cover the cost of annual dues for their membership in one Lundquist-affiliated club. The application is open weeks 1-5 of fall, winter, and spring terms.
Dean's Council for Interclub Coordination
The Dean's Council for Inter-Club Coordination (DCICC) exists to facilitate open dialogue for collaboration between the council, the Lundquist College community, and the recognized undergraduate student clubs. Consult the council's Engage page for current policies governing Lundquist College clubs.