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Quinlan School of Business Student Organizations

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Below is a list of the Quinlan School of Business student organizations:

Quinlan School of Business Association

Targeted Student Population: All Students in the Quinlan School of Business Graduate program

Meeting Days & Times: Open Meetings (TBA but typically once per month)

The Loyola University Quinlan School of Business Association is an organization developed to enhance each students' Quinlan experience while pursuing his or her Masters degree. In a nutshell, the organization was formed for the purpose of creating an avenue (such as social events, community service, speakers, etc) for classmates to get to know each other (outside of the classroom). Did you realize there are over 700 students in the Quinlan School of Business? What an amazing opportunity to expand one's personal network. Through participation with the Quinlan Association, each student will encounter professional networking prospects, service opportunities within the Chicago community, and social occasions with graduate Quinlan peers. All Quinlan Association activities are open to current students, alumni, faculty, and community leaders. The development of this association will embrace Loyola's value-based leadership heritage.

Quinlan Advisory Council

Targeted Student Population: All Students in the Quinlan School of Business Graduate program

Targeted Student Population: Quinlan School of Business Graduate Students

Advisor: Raymond Pellegrini

The GSBIC is a group that is all about international education, be it studying in the USA as an International Student or studying outside of the US for a short duration. If you want to meet other students enthusiastic about international cultures and who are open to the world this is certainly the club you should look into. We also try to help International Students from different countries in their transition into the American System by providing support in any way possible. Through the club you will have an opportunity to interact with other international candidates who have successfully integrated into the US economy, experience international cultures and customs first hand and just get to know a bunch of people who are just as curious and interested about the world as you are.

Human Resource Student Association

Targeted Student Population: Human Resources /Industrial Relations and MBA Students (Graduate Only)

Meeting Days & Times: Notice is given by email

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Suzy Fox

Loyola University Chicago Human Resource Student Association (HRSA) is affiliated with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), and sponsored by the Northern Illinois chapter of the Society of Human Resource Management (NISHRM). The HRSA will endeavor to develop Human Resources students into future, dynamic Human Resources and business professionals. HRSA will accomplish its objectives through The organization of career development activities, participation in philanthropic activities demonstrating HRSA’s desire to provide support to the community, and hosting social activities to allow members to meet and mingle with each other, alumni, administration, faculty and/or potential employers. In addition HRSA hopes to actively promote, facilitate, and maintain a top tier HRIR program that is recognized nationally by employers, academic institutions, and professional organizations.

ISOM (Information Systems and Operations Management) Club

Targeted Population: All Quinlan School of Business Graduate students but ISOM grads and undergrads in particular

Faculty Advisor: Professor Nenad Jukic

The ISOM Club is an organization for all Quinlan School of Business Graduate students but ISOM grads and undergrads in particular. Come hear Loyola alumni speak about how they turned their education into job opportunities and careers. Come network with fellow students and get to know Prof Jukic, a leader in the ISOM field. The ISOM Club meets about once per month from 4:45 to 5:45 and we always have free pizza and pop.

Investment Banking & Financial Markets Club

Targeted Student Pop.: Alumni, Graduate, and Undergrad students concentrating in Finance, Accounting, and Economics (we are accepting other students that are interested in learning more about the financial markets)

Meeting Days & Times: The dates will be posted on our calendar located on our website

Faculty Advisor: Tia Kofahl

The Investment Banking and Financial Markets Club is a student organized and directed club that uses the combined resources of the Finance Department, the Quinlan School of Business, and the Business Career Center to pursue employment opportunities for its members in the financial services industry. The club capitalizes on the rigorous graduate curriculum at Loyola University Chicago to create an environment conducive to developing and enhancing a structure of networking both among students and between students and members of the industry.

Strategic Consulting Group

Targeted Student Population: All Quinlan School of Business Graduate students

Other Contact: InfoSCG@luc.edu 312-915-8597
Faculty Advisor: Mike Welch

The mission of SCG is to give Loyola Quinlan School of Business Graduate students the opportunity to apply their business skills in a real-life consulting situation and help them understand, prepare for, and develop careers in the Consulting industry. In addition, SCG promotes mutually beneficial relationships between students, faculty, entrepreneurs, corporations and leading management consulting firms. As a student-run organization, SCG coordinates a broad range of activities throughout the year, which help to educate students about consulting and prepare them for job searches and interviews. Furthermore, SCG intends to promote a positive image for the University through its contribution to the community and provide students with practical experience to bring forth into the business world.

Women in Business

Targeted Student Population: All undergraduate and graduate business students. However, open to all majors from any school at Loyola

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jasmine Tata

WIB promotes the role of women at Loyola and after business school by providing opportunities for women to express their role in today’s society and by establishing alumnae networks. WIB provides a forum to discuss the issues and challenges women face in their careers and offers activities that build awareness of women in leadership positions. WIB allows students who are interested in promoting the role of professional women to share experiences, find support, and develop constructive plans for action. WIB also offers opportunities to members to develop both professionally and personally, attempts to empower women through various activities and services, and to enlighten and benefit the entire Loyola community.


Can't find the right organization? There are over 200 registered student clubs and organizations at Loyola Univeristy Chicago. They are structured groups that give students the opportunity to explore themselves in depth and to achieve greater self-understanding and a positive understanding of others. Student clubs and organizations develop and offer services, social projects, and activities for the enrichment of the student body and overall campus community

If you are involved in a business student organization that is not listed above or if you are aware of information that needs to be updated regarding the student organizations above, please contact businesscareers@luc.edu with detailed information regarding the student organization and associated information to be updated.

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Quinlan School of Business · 820 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: 312.915.7057 · quinlan@luc.edu

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