Undergraduate Student Organizations

American Marketing Association (AMA)

AMA is a nationally affiliated student organization dedicated to helping its members connect, grow, and build valuable marketing experience, knowledge, and skills outside of the classroom.

American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS)

APICS connects business and engineering students and supports them in learning more about supply chain management. Opportunities for the students include facility tours, speakers, conferences and case competitions, among others.

Bradley Information Technology Students (BITS)

BITS is an organization that creates opportunities for its members to interact with information system professionals with a focus on developing the professional business and information technology skills of its members.

Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA)

ALPFA strives to empower and develop Latinx men and women as leaders of character by developing their professional skills while exposing them to a nationwide network of students and professionals.

Beta Alpha Psi (BAP)

Beta Alpha Psi is the international honorary organization for accounting majors. This group provides accounting students with the opportunity to learn more about the accounting profession while connecting with professionals and fellow peers. Students with a 3.0 GPA in 300 level accounting classes and above are eligible.

Dean's Student Advisory Council (DSAC)

The Foster College of Business Dean's Student Advisory Council serves as a medium for communication between the Dean and the students of the college. The students bring questions and concerns to the attention of the Dean, along with recommendations for a course of action. The group works toward improving students’ educational experience, connecting students with business organizations and supporting those organizations.

Bradley Student Organization Consultants

Bradley Student Organization Consultants is a student-led consulting organization. It focuses on improving the effectiveness of campus organizations by helping members of the Bradley community with idea generation, trust/team building, and succession planning.

Economics Club

The Economics Club strives to further economic discourse and robust debate on Bradley University’s campus. The group is open to all majors and provides a casual setting in which members are welcome to have informal conversations on any topic, technical or not.

Financial Management Association (FMA)

The Financial Management Association assists in the professional, educational, and social development of students interested in finance, banking and investments. The group meets weekly to discuss various financial topics, such as credit scores, budgeting, and investing. The organization is very passionate about preparing students to be able to handle their own finances and be better prepared for life after graduation. FMA is open to all majors.

Gamma Iota Sigma (GIS)

Gamma Iota Sigma is an international risk management, insurance and actuarial science collegiate fraternity. The goal of GIS at Bradley University is to better inform actuarial science majors on the actuarial profession and current industry topics, and give students opportunities to interact with industry professionals.

Global Business Association

The purpose of the Global Business Association is to promote awareness of doing business at an international level. The group guides those who are interested by conducting activities, such as speaker events, seminars, and social gatherings, that increase one's professional knowledge of today's vast global opportunities.

Phi Chi Theta

Phi Chi Theta is a national coeducational professional fraternity in business and economics. It provides students an opportunity to develop and practice professional leadership skills necessary to succeed in the business community; provides a network to share resources, ideas and concepts; instills in its members values which will enable participation in a rapidly changing world; and enables members to develop the business astuteness necessary to achieve high esteem and success in their chosen fields.

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

The Society for Human Resource Management is dedicated to connecting students with professionals within the human resources field and address the most pressing, current, and emerging human resource management issues.

Women in Business (WIB)

The purpose of Women in Business is to provide a forum for those wishing to discuss women’s issues as they relate to future career objectives and to increase the understanding of the factors affecting opportunities for women entering the business world. WIB empowers its members by strengthening and improving leadership skills for meeting daily challenges in their future professions and creating an environment in which WIB members can regularly interact with national and local businesswomen.

To learn more about or to get involved with our student-led business organizations, please submit an a sign-up form and a current representative from the organization(s) of your interest will be in touch.