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Northwest Missouri State University


Student Organizations

Accounting Society

The Accounting Society is a student organization made up of accounting majors who want to learn more about the profession. Activities include listening to guest speakers, Missouri Tax Credit for the Elderly, Accounting Day, field trips and provision of tutor help. Accounting Society also provides a setting in which to socialize with accounting professors and other accounting students.

Sponsors: Steve Ludwig, Mike Northup, Rahnl Wood

AdInk

AdInk is a student organization that combines majors from Marketing, Advertising, and Graphic Design in an effort for those students to understand the relationship among those disciplines and how they work together in the "real world." The organization is focused on students' careers through the identification of internships, various networking events, and understanding which types of jobs are available for their major.

View Website » Sponsors: Lisa Bishop, Jacquie Lamer

American Marketing Association

American Marketing Association (AMA) helps their members obtain a greater understanding and appreciation of marketing skills. To fulfill these goals, speakers from various businesses come to educate members and several field trips for tours and seminars are arranged. AMA meets every other Thursday with annual dues of $40. With paid membership, students receive Marketing News monthly.

View Website » Sponsors: Brenda Jones, Allison Hoffmann

Delta Epsilon Chi

Delta Epsilon Chi is an international organization for college students preparing for careers in marketing, management, entrepreneurship, advertising, sales, financial services, e-commerce, and other business-related areas. Activities promoted by Delta Epsilon Chi integrate with, and enhance, the student's college curriculum. In addition, the organization's close ties with the business community provide both opportunities for students and an appreciation for the American free enterprise system.

View Website » Sponsor: Doug Russell

Delta Mu Delta

Delta Mu Delta (DMD) is the national honor society in business administration. The purposes of DMD are to promote higher scholarship in training for business and to recognize and reward scholastic attainment in business subjects. To be eligible for membership, members should be of junior standing and in the upper 20 percent of their class.

View Website » Sponsors: Joni Adkins, Allison Hoffmann, Cindy Kenkel, Jeff Nickerson

Financial Management Association

This student group was established in 1970 to provide an organization in which finance educators, researchers, investment analysts, and financial managers can come together to share ideas and work to improve the profession. FMA activities include hosting speakers from the finance profession, field trips to finance-related businesses, a book sale fundraiser, recognition of an outstanding junior and senior member, and an end-of-semester party.

Sponsors: Casey Abington, David Johnson

FMA National Honor Society

The FMA National Honor Society was established in 1974 to encourage and reward scholarship and achievement in finance among undergraduate and graduate students at U.S. and Canadian colleges. It is the only honorary society which specifically recognizes outstanding achievement in finance.

Omicron Delta Epsilon

ODE is the international honor society for economics. To be admitted, students must have completed a minimum of 12 hours of economics with a "B" average, and an overall 3.0 GPA.

Sponsor: Ben Collier

Phi Beta Lambda

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL) is the oldest and largest national organization for students preparing for careers in business leadership. FBLA-PBL prepares students for "real world" professional experiences. Members gain the competitive edge for college and career successes.

Sponsor: Lisa Bishop

Pi Beta Alpha

Pi Beta Alpha is a business club that welcomes all business majors. The group has seven or eight guest speakers each year, takes tours of local and Kansas City businesses and sponsors social events.

Sponsor: Pat McLaughlin

SIFE - Students in Free Enterprise

Our purpose is student community service outreach to educate students (K-12) on the principles of entrepreneurship, free enterprise and market economies.

View Website » Sponsor: Ben Blackford