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Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity

Bryan Corralejo

Ray Teske

American Marketing Association Amber Pena David Johnsen

Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) David Riedel Charles Liu

Association for Information Systems

Micah Raaf

John Warren

Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA)

Luis Frausto

Elaine Sanders

Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Honor Society Rosaline Chen Cathy Cole

Business as Calling (BAC)

Carl Larsson

Thomas Thomson

Business Student Council

Kenneth Martinez

Julio J. Ramos

Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization Jonathan Amback Anita Leffel

Council of Business Scholars La'Tie Blue Rosa Garza-Girdy

Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity

David Riedel

Julie Dahlquist

Financial Management Association Jeremy Tollefson Natasha Burns

Global Business Club

Rene Magana-Lopez

Renee Da Silva

Professional Businesswomen Society

Gabriela de la Rosa

Paula Varson

Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM)

Michelle Banks

Stephen Werling

Society of Marketing Professional Services (SMPS)

Francisco Lara

Charles Wright

Sport, Event and Tourism Society Keri Clark David Bojanic

The Investment Society

Timothy Breidenbach

Ronald Sweet

Student Organization Information
Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity
To improve leadership, professionalism and service skills in members and the community.

American Marketing Association
To increase knowledge of the marketing field.

Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association
AFCEA is dedicated to increasing knowledge through the exploration of issues relevant to its members in information technology, communications and electronics for the defense, homeland security and intelligence communities.

Association for Information Systems
To encourage and motivate students in their pursuit of knowledge pertaining to information systems.

Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) 
Unite accounting and finance students enrolled at UTSA by (a) providing professional networking and leadership opportunities, (b) promoting educational goals, (c) promoting and maintaining high professional standards in the accounting and finance professions, (d) encouraging persons of Latino origins to enter accounting and finance professions and (e) promoting mentoring and professional development relationships between accounting and finance students and professionals.

Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Honor Society
Promote the study and practice of accounting by providing opportunities for self development and association among members with practicing accountants. We encourage a sense of ethical, social and public responsibilities.

Business as Calling (BAC)
A faith-based organization whose goal is to learn how--and live out--the many ways in which business can be used to serve one another.

Business Student Council
Unifying faculty and students while we professionally develop the community in the College of Business.

Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization
To bring people and resources together to create opportunities and success in the entrepreneurial community.

Council of Business Scholars
To develop and share resources in professionalism, leadership development and mentoring.

Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.

Financial Management Association
We are a chapter of the Financial Management Association International.  We strive to enhance the educational, social and professional opportunities of students interested in the field of finance.  We sponsor guest speakers, tours of local businesses and the opportunity to work alongside your fellow business students.

Global Business Club
To provide a better understanding of the scope of business and of its value on a global scale; to stimulate and encourage global business professionalism through educational activities, free exchange of ideas and professional opportunities related to international business.

Professional Businesswomen Society
Promote female professional development in the business field by empowering women to become better professionals by giving them the skills they'll need to succeed in the professional field.

Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM)
No matter what major or field students plan on studying, being familiar with the practices of human resources is essential. By joining our organization we provide our members with the tools to enhance your professional exposure and to understand the value of human capital management.

Society of Marketing Professional Services (SMPS)
Introduce marketing and communication students into the construction and architecture professional networks.

Sport, Event and Tourism Society
The Sport, Event and Tourism Society assists students with learning about the sport, event and tourism industry by inviting speakers to campus, taking tours of facilities and researching internships/jobs in each of the respective industries.

The Investment Society
The Investment Society strives to educate future business leaders about the financial markets and the economy. We will prepare our members with the skills they need to outperform as students and professionals.

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