The W. P. Carey School of Business has more than 30 business-related clubs and organizations for students. Additionally, Arizona State University boasts more than 600 student clubs and organizations. Clubs and organizations provide unique experiences and opportunities to members and we strongly encourage all students in the W. P. Carey School of Business to get involved in at least one campus organization. Joining an organization, serving on its executive board, and/or participating in programming are effective ways to enhance and increase the value of your education. These activities provide you with real-world and meaningful experience and are great for your resume so you can get that fantastic scholarship, internship or job.
A great way to find out about organizations is to attend Passport to ASU during Fall Welcome and our own Involvement Week (I-Week) held the beginning of each fall and spring semester.
To research each business club further, to go to ASU’s OrgSync website where more information about clubs is given. Key in the club name to explore.