The following lists services and resources pertinent to SBA students. For the complete list available to all Loyola students, see University Services & Resources.
- Academic Advising
- Business Career Center
- Career Development Center
- Current Student Resources
- Departmental Honors
- Faculty & Staff Directory
- Honor Societies & Business Fraternities
- Internship Credit
- New Student FAQs
- Student Organizations
The Undergraduate Dean's Office for the School of Business Administration (SBA) provides advising services to juniors and seniors in SBA. Academic advising includes:
- Assistance with degree requirements for all SBA majors and minors
- Help with course scheduling and sequencing
- Help for students transferring to SBA
- Registration concerns and LOCUS help
- Graduation audits
Academic advising can also include explanations of university policies and procedures as related to academics, and referrals to other university offices. Students are encouraged to seek academic advising on an annual basis.
To schedule an advising appointment, call: 312.915.6113. Freshmen and sophomores should contact the Office of Academic Advising & Services.
For more information about the Undergraduate Dean's Office, see the New Student FAQs.
Most SBA departments offer services and resources specifically for students enrolled in their programs. Explore the current student resources for your program to find primary program contacts, lists of online resources, professional and student organizations, and more.
- Alpha Kappa Psi: National professional fraternity founded to stimulate and develop scientific research in the field of commerce and business administration. For more information, contact chapter president Marie Knight at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Beta Alpha Psi: National accounting honorary fraternity which recognizes the scholastic achievement and professional excellence of students and alumni. Membership is open to junior and senior students majoring in accounting, finance or information systems and meeting high scholastic and personal character requirements.
Beta Gamma Sigma: Honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International. For more information, contact faculty advisor Ronald Kizior, Ph.D. at: email@example.com.
Delta Sigma Pi: National professional business fraternity organized to promote closer affiliation of business administration students to the business community. For more information, contact:
Student business organizations are listed below. To search for other university student organizations, click here.
Dean's Advisory Council: Acting as a focus group for the Dean, the advisory council presents student feedback to the administration. The council strives to strengthen undergraduate relationships and foster opportunities in the professional community. Members of the council are elected by SBA students.
Economics Forum: The forum offers undergrduates, graduates and alumni opportunities for professional development and networking through seminars, panel discussions, field trips and guest speakers.
HR Student Association: By attending association activities and networking with human resource (HR) professionals, interested students learn about all aspects of the HR field, including HR management, compensation and benefits, recruitment, training, affirmative action, leadership and HRIS. For more information, contact president Elvira Beltran at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ISOM Club: Open to all students who have an interest in management science or information systems. The chapter has regular meetings, speakers, tours and social activities. Members are enrolled as student members of the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS).
Marketing Club: Through tours, professional meetings, conferences with top advertising and marketing executives, and other events, marketing majors and any interested students and alumni are assisted in developing their marketing skills by joining the Marketing Club, the official sponsor of the Collegiate Chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA).
Sport Management Club: Open to all students interested in pursuing careers in sport management. The club fosters relationships between students and the sport industry, and educates students about career opportunities and practices in the sport management field. The chapter sponsors meetings, speakers, tours, volunteer activities and social outings related to sport.
Women in Business (WIB): An undergraduate organization dedicated to providing students with a strong network from which professional, academic and career mentoring activities and information can be explored. WIB desires to develop and foster relationships among current students, former students, potential students, faculty, staff and business leaders.