Student Organizations

Student-run organizations and honor societies provide a deeper experience for students to learn about their fields of interest, gain leadership and professional skills and build a community outside the classroom.

Each organization has their own goals, events and governance. Please visit their websites to learn more and become further engaged at the Haslam College of Business.

To learn more about ways to get involved in the Haslam College of Business, visit HBB 255 in Student Engagement & Success or email

Undergraduate Student Leadership Councils

Haslam Presidents’ Council

Charged with creating opportunities for increased engagement with the college, peers, professional development, and service opportunities, the Council is made up of presidents from each of the active business-focused student organizations and members from Haslam Ambassadors, Business Administration 100 Peer Mentors, Diversity Advancement Program, Haslam Honors Advisory Council and business SGA Student Senators.

Haslam Student Advisory Council

Serves as the student advisory council to deans and administration with the Haslam College of Business. Members represent the student voice and opinion on academic programs and policies, coordinate activities for enhancement of professional growth, and develop and implement annual programs for college-wide participation. Undergraduate Haslam students are encouraged to apply for selection at the beginning of each academic year.

Business Fraternities

Alpha Kappa Psi (AKPsi)
Professional business fraternity aimed at developing well-trained, ethical, skilled, resourceful and experienced business leaders of all majors and disciplines.

Delta Sigma Pi (DSP)
Professional co-ed business fraternity that promotes brotherhood, fellowship, leadership and academic achievements in the business community

General Business Organizations

Beta Gamma Sigma
Recognizes sophomores, juniors, and seniors in the top 10 percent of their class. Membership is the highest recognition students may receive in schools accredited by AACSB International.

Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO)
Creates leaders and builds business by connecting and supporting entrepreneurial-minded students.

Diverse Organization of Business Students (DOBS)
Enhances students’ knowledge and understanding of diversity in the business world.

International Business Club (IB Club)
Connects IB professionals with students who have an academic pursuit, a personal passion and/or a professional ambition for international business.

LGBTQIA+ Business Scholars Association
The mission of the LGBTQIA+ Business Scholars Association is to provide a community and resources for LGBTQ+ students.

Hosts guest speakers and collaborates with other organizations to help members understand the relevance of customer service for their respective businesses.

Women of Haslam
The mission of Women of Haslam is to provide educational and business networking connections that support, enrich and inspire women to develop professionally and personally.

Accounting & Information Management

AIM Accounting Alliance (AAA)
Allows accounting students to gain experience with the recruitment process, to develop interviews skills and to acquire insight into the accounting profession.

Beta Alpha Psi
Recognizes outstanding achievement in accounting, finance, and information management systems and provides opportunities for self-development and networking in financial professions.

National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)
Enhances opportunities for minorities in accounting, finance and other business-related professions.

Business Analytics & Statistics

Business Analytics Society (BAS)
Founded by students interested in gaining exposure to real-life data, analytics and statistics in hands-on experiences.

Sports Analytics Club
Open to undergraduate and graduate students, this organization brings sports analytics professionals to campus once a year and competes in a national competition.

Women in Business Analytics at Tennessee
The mission of the Women in Business Analytics at Tennessee (WomBAT) student organization is to provide professional development for women (undergrad and grad) in analytics at the Univ. of Tennessee by organizing networking events and workshops, and to provide an environment to constructively discuss issues women encounter in the workplace.


Economics Club
Expands opportunities for students interested in careers in economics.

Omicron Delta Epsilon


Financial Management Association (FMA)
Fosters the educational advancement of the finance major and encourages the exchange of finance-related information.

Tennessee Capital Markets Society (TCMS)
Selective, student-managed organization that focused on moving students into high-profile finance jobs and providing members the skills required for a career in capital markets.

UT Investment Group (UTIG)
Focuses on financial literacy and building personal wealth by learning the basics of trading stocks, ETFs and options and encourages competition in trading through opportunities like Wolf on Vol Street and Trade Like a Girl.

Management & Human Resource

Management Society at UT (MSUT)
Open to all UT students seeking to discover their leadership potential and develop valuable professional skills.

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Promotes knowledge and the practical applications of human resource management.


American Marketing Association (AMA)
Encourages students to learn about the marketing discipline as it relates to business through current topics and trends.

Supply Chain Management

Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP)
Educates all students about the exciting and rewarding career opportunities in supply chain management within a global context.

Builds confidence and increases knowledge of the supply chain management major and career opportunities for women students.

Supply Chain Automation & Robotics (SCAR)

SCAR is a student organization dedicated to building scaled components of a supply chain using robotics/automation, coding and applying supply chain principles like collaboration and data collection for process improvements. While the other supply chain student organizations focus primarily on general professional development, SCAR focuses on applied learning opportunities, including completing real-world projects with companies and organizing site visits to local operations and manufacturing facilities.