Being involved outside the classroom is essential to success in business. In addition to the 400+ student organizations across campus, the Rawls College of Business has over 25 business-related student organizations. Some organizations are major-specific. Others focus on developing tomorrow's business leader. We invite you to explore the many opportunities that exist.
Officers: Update Your Organization's Contact Information
To ensure that you receive college updates and invitations to Rawls-related events, please update your organization's contact information every semester your organization elects officers. Update your student organization's officer information.
Rawls Student Organization Grant Application
The Office of the Dean sponsors a competitive grant application to support student organizations within the Rawls College of Business. Total funding for this program will be $20,000 per year. All registered student organizations within the Rawls College of Business are eligible to compete for funding, with a maximum of $2000 per organization per year. Funds may be used for student travel, national organizations dues, special organization functions, or other uses that promote the organization and college in a positive fashion. Priority will be given to student organizations affiliated with national/international student organizations (Beta Alpha Psi, Financial Management Association, etc.) and those with matching or supplemental financial support from areas or centers or the Student Government Association.
Business Fraternities, Service, and Honors Organizations
Energy Commerce & Business Economics
Tech Marketing Association (open to all majors)
Management Information Systems
Student Government Association (SGA) Representatives
Rawls Student Support Groups
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