Black Student Business Caucus
Black Student Business Caucus was established in 1988. Its purpose is to introduce students to the issues of excellence and diversity as well as techniques necessary for survival in the corporate arena. Members participate in an annual business trip, excellence conferences, community service, and current events discussions. Dues are $10 per semester and meetings are held weekly.
Christian Business Leaders
The purpose of Christian Business Leaders is to equip business students with the Biblical foundation necessary to be a strong Christian leader in the College of Business and the business world. CBL provides business majors and minors with an opportunity for spiritual exploration and development in a faithful community of believers. Our organization is rooted in the teachings of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Please visit our website for more information regarding our meetings, members, statement of beliefs, and much more.
Connect was created in the spring of 2002 by a group of student leaders who saw a void in College of Business student-alumni interaction. Members from various student groups, representing a variety of majors and both graduate and undergraduate students, came together and laid the groundwork for an organization that will work closely with the SAF to enhance the relationships between current students and the College's alumni.
Delta Sigma Pi
This professional business fraternity is designed to foster the study of business and encourage professionalism, scholarship and social activity among members. The Alpha Omicron Chapter was founded in 1925, making Delta Sigma Pi the oldest professional business fraternity on the Ohio University campus. Prospective members must be a second-quarter freshmen or an upperclassman with at least five quarters remaining; hold an accumulative G.P.A. of at least 2.5; and attend rush, which is held during fall and winter quarters.
Ohio Sports Analytics Team
The Ohio Sports Analytics Team is a body for undergraduate students focused on deliberating developments in the field of analytics, providing hands on experience with statistical data and information systems, and preparing members for life in the industry. Advisor: Dr. Norm O'Reilly, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women in Business
OHIO Women in Business (OWIB) provides outstanding support, development, and sense of community to women interested in pursuing careers in business. The organization focuses on attracting, developing, and launching highly talented women into the business world. OWIB develops members through monthly guest speakers and educational workshops. For more information on how to get involved, contact Liz Doyle at email@example.com.