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Student Organizations


Student Organizations
Alpha Kappa Psi Co-ed Business Fraternity
American Marketing Association
American Production & Inventory Control System
American Statistical Association-UTSA Chapter
Association of Latino Professionals for America
Beta Alpha Psi-Accounting Honor Society
Business Student Council
Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization
Computer Security Association
Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity
Forum of Finance
Global Business Ambassadors
Professional Businesswomen Society
Prospanica Student Chapter
Society for Human Resource Management-Student Chapter
The Investment Society

Student Organization Information

    • Alpha Kappa Psi Co-ed┬áBusiness Fraternity
      To improve leadership, professionalism and service skills in members and the community.
    • American Marketing Association
      To increase knowledge of the marketing field.
    • American Production & Inventory Control Systems (APICS)
      A professional society organized to foster the study of resource management in universities; to encourage personal growth, professional development and to support student engagement.
    • American Statistical Association Student Chapter
      To inform students about the actuarial science and statistics professions and to further the goals of those students interested in pursuing those careers. ASA is dedicated to helping students pass actuarial exams as well as assisting in preparation for the actuarial profession.
    • Association of Latino Professionals for America (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 Student Council
      Unifying faculty and students by hosting and promoting professional development opportunities for the Carlos Alvarez College of Business community.
    • Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization
      Creating an environment of innovation and entrepreneurship. CEO seeks to build and support student entrepreneurs in launching businesses and improving the economic environment of San Antonio and the world.
    • Computer Security Association
      A student organization which provides training and professional events for those interested in cyber security. Students from all majors may attend.
    • Delta Sigma Pi Professional 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.
    • Forum of Finance
      Aim is to serve its chapter members by assisting in the professional, educational, and social development of students interested in finance, banking, and investments; provide an association for students actively interested in these fields; encourage interaction between business executives, faculty, and students of business and finance; and enhance the quality and relevance of education in finance.
    • Global Business Ambassadors
      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
      To 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.
    • Prospanica Student Chapter
      To empower and enable Hispanic professionals to achieve their full educational, economic and social potential.
    • Society for Human Resource Management
      An affiliate of the national Society for Human Resource Management. Provides students with networking, guidance, and leadership skills needed to advance their professional careers.
    • 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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