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There are numerous nationally-recognized student organizations offered by the Gordon Ford College of Business to complement the student experience. Contact a student organization advisor or visit the organization's website for additional information.

 

 

Alpha Kappa Psi (AKPsi) is the oldest and largest co-ed professional business fraternity, founded on October 5th, 1904.  AKPsi adheres to following 5 core values: Brotherhood, Unity, Service, Integrity, and Knowledge. The Zeta Tau Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi are the premier developer of future business leaders. Their mission is to develop well-trained, ethical, skilled, resourceful, and experienced business leaders. Becoming a member of AKPsi- Zeta Tau will provide you with the resources to network, enhance your resume, perfect your professionalism, gain a life-lasting brotherhood and so much more!

Advisor: Brandon Davis

Faculty Advisor: Erik Thomas

National Organization Website: https://akpsi.org

 The student chapter focuses on marketing related activities and often invites distinguished guest speakers to address its members.

Advisor: Dr. Ruomeng Wu

President: Meredith Bowman

National Organization Website: www.ama.org

Beta Alpha Psi is the international honor organization for the accounting profession.

Advisor: Ms. Kristine Barron 

President: Mr. Frank Zheng                                        

Vice President of Membership: Ms. Alea Luckett

Local Website: Eta Omicron Chapter

National Website:  Beta Alpha Psi 

 Founded in 1913, Beta Gamma Sigma was the first national honor society in business.

Advisors: Dr. Evelyn Thrasher
College Website: http://www.wku.edu/business/beta-gamma-sigma/
National Website: Beta Gamma Sigma

Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities.

AdvisorsDr. Kirk Atkinson
International Organization Website: Delta Sigma Pi

The WKU Economics Club hosts recruiting events in the fall semester and holds regular meetings throughout the academic year.

AdvisorsDr. Stephen LockeDr. Chris Biolsi

Enactus is an organization that works with leaders to mobilize students to make a difference in their communities while developing the skills to become business leaders.

Advisor: Dr. Jacob Byl

FMA provides an environment for students to learn from and build relationships with local business professionals.

Advisor:Dr. Jean Snavely
President:Connor Roberts

Website:FMA at WKU

International Website:FMA

FPA connects students to professionals, mentoring, and networking opportunities.

Advisor: Mr. Andrew Head
National Organization Website: www.plannersearch.org

Gordon Ford Ambassadors are an elite group of student leaders who represent the College and assist the College with recruitment and retention.

AdvisorMrs. Wendi Kelley
WebsiteGordon Ford Ambassadors

The MBA Student Association exists to provide networking opportunities for MBA students with Alumni, Faculty, corporate partners and the regional business community.

Advisor: Dr. Dana Cosby

Omicron Delta Epsilon is the International Honor Society for students in Economics.

Advisor:Dr. Alex Lebedinsky
National Organization Website:Omicron Delta Epsilon 

Advisor:Dr. LeAnne Coder
National Organization Website:SHRM

WKU Women in Business is an organization that focuses on providing professional and personal development opportunities to all students. Members of Women in Business strive to answer the question, "What can we do to empower women to improve their lives and inspire them to improve the lives of others." 

Advisor:Dr. Aquesha Daniels
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wib_wku/

 

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