Being an active member of a student organization enriches your overall Loyola experience with friendships, leadership experiences, professional growth, and industry-specific knowledge. It also helps potential employers see your commitment to the program and to a balance between your academic and social life.
- Alpha Kappa Psi
- Association of Latino Professionals in Finance & Accounting
- Beta Alpha Psi
- Delta Sigma Pi
- Global Business Brigades
- Human Resource Student Association
- Information Systems and Operations Management Club
- International Business Society
- Investment Banking and Financial Markets Association
- Loyola Economics Forum
- Loyola Economics Research Club
- Loyola Enacutus
- Loyola Limited
- LUC Collegiate Entrepreneurship Organization
- Marketing Club
- Sport Management Club
- Women in Business
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi is a co-ed business fraternity with the aim to professionally develop each and every member. We accept all majors and offer workshops to our members that help with professional aspects of our lives. In addition to closed workshops, we pride ourselves in putting on great professional events open to the entire school. We bring in well-known speakers from around the country to educated and inspire the Loyola community.
Contact information: AlphaKappaPsiLUC@gmail.com
President: Elizabeth Harb
ALPFA is the leading national non-for-profit professional association that creates opportunities, adds value, and builds relationships for its members, the community and its business partners while expanding Latino Leadership in the global workforce. Our Loyola chapter will help expand your network and build your resume while creating opportunities for the future. We are affiliated with many companies in the Chicago-Land area including McDonald's, Allstate, and the Big 4 Accounting Firms.
President: Shazeen Sayani
Faculty Advisor: Kevin Lee
Beta Alpha Psi
Beta Alpha Psi is an international honorary and service organization for accounting, finance and information systems students. Beta Alpha Psi is recognized as a respected business community. The reputation of Beta Alpha Psi can open career opportunities, professional relationships, and help in developing skills essential to success beyond a student's college career.
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President: Nick Verzino
Vice President of Professional Activities: Julie Stefanski
Vice President of Service Activities: Jaichen Yin
Vice President of Social Activities: Shazeen Sayani
National Office Correspondent: Ashley Luttenegger
Treasurer: Dovid Silberstein
Recording Secretary: Greta Anderson
Faculty Advisors: Brian Stanko, PhD and Lisa Gillespie
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities. The Gamma Pi chapter at Loyola University Chicago focuses on professionalism, community service, fundraising, and social events. It is a great organization to prepare students in the work place. We help students through various events such as The Chicago Mercantile Exchange Tour, The KPMG Tour, Resume Workshop, PAWS, Aids Walk, Soup Kitchen, and more. Of course, we never forget to have fun. Our end of the year social always consists of a formal dinner and dance in downtown Chicago. Delta Sigma Pi is a great organization for any business students.
President: Michael Dardano
Senior Vice President: Brogan Napier
Chancellor: Jesse Jimenez
Faculty Advisor: Prof. Steven Todd
Enactus is an international business organization operating in over 36 countries with student teams engaging in over 6,500 community outreach projects. LUC Enactus students combine business knowledge with leadership qualities to create and implement projects around the globe. These projects target specific needs and community groups, focusing on enhancing peoples’ standard of living and quality of life. The LUC Enactus Business Advisory Board, comprised of business professionals, academic faculty, and organization leaders, provides feedback and mentorship to projects throughout the year and works with project managers to build long-term success. Each spring, the LUC Enactus team competes at the Enactus United States National Exposition, highlighting two to three key projects to a panel of judges from Fortune 500 companies. The winning United States team advances to the Enactus Worldwide World Cup.
Global Business Brigades
Global Business Brigades Global Business Brigades is an organization that enables students to travel abroad and make a direct impact. Traveling to Panama, Honduras, or Ghana, a group of 10-20 students gets together to help teach business workshops in developing countries. Aside from gaining an exceptional cultural exchange with the community, students are able to test out their leadership skills in a real life setting, rather than reading about it in books. Global Brigades is a completely student-led organization that really makes a difference in the lives of others. As educated students, we have the ability to share our knowledge and resources with people who do not have access to these means.
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Faculty Advisor: Tracy Pintchman, PhD
Human Resources Student Association
The Human Resources Student Association provides an opportunity for students interested in the HR field to communicate with other students, meet and network with professionals in the field, and learn about real world applications of Human Resources. We strive to provide additional learning opportunities for members that will add to and enrich their classroom experiences.
Vice President and Secretary: Kinga Gacek
Faculty Advisor: Dow Scott, PhD
Information Systems and Operations Management Club
The Information Systems and Operations Management club (ISOM) is an organization that makes information systems, operations management, and business students aware of professional opportunities and advance their undergraduate education through networking, skill application, and professional experience. This year we will partner with a Requirements Analysis & Communications class to prototype a website design to present to real clients. Through these student-run and managed projects as well as guest speaker experiences, ISOM Club prepares members for jobs and interviews beyond their college career.
President: Alicia Carlson
Vice President: Alison Hanley
Secretary: Naznin Larya
Treasurer: Katerina Keaney
Professional Development: Emre Gokdeniz
Faculty: Fred Kaefer
International Business Society
The International Business Society (IBS) is a professional student organization at the School of Business at Loyola University Chicago, providing the opportunity for personal and professional growth to undergraduate, graduate students, and alumni. IBS hosts events, such as seminars, speakers, and discussions encouraging international relations, trade, and knowledge. Through connections with the youth organizations partnering with the Rotary Club of Chicago, and other nonprofit organizations, IBS offers students the unique opportunity to network among Chicago businesses and non-profits. IBS aims to raise international awareness among students, promote international trade relations and foreign languages in order to prepare for a more sustainable and globalized world. Members are expected to develop their professional character while performing community and charitable services.
President: Delaney Gaughan
Vice President: Monica Khosa
Faculty Advisor: Mine Cinar
Investment Banking & Financial Markets Association
The Investment Banking & Financial Markets Association (IBFMA) is a student-led organization designed to unite and educate business students considering careers within the financial services industry. We aim to bridge the gap between academic theory and applied finance while providing our members with the resources needed to achieve a competitive advantage in the search for investment banking and finance careers.
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President: John Schmidt
Loyola Economics Forum
The Loyola Economics Forum was founded in 2002. Since then, we have been a major presence amongst the Loyola Academic clubs and the city of Chicago. We have hosted faculty discussion panels, silent auctions for Doctors Without Borders, and foreign consulate forums, all in an attempt to bring economic issues to the forefront of the student body's mind. Worldwide, the Economics Forum is known for offering stimulating conversation in the fields of economics, finance, political science, and foreign policy, and that remains our goal in everything we do.
Faculty Advisor: Tim Classen
Loyola Economics Research Club
Loyola Economics Research Club strives to enlighten and stimulate student interest in all economic subjects. This is done through open forum discussion, guest speakers, case study analysis, and individual or team economic research projects. Members will also have the opportunity to assist economic professors in their research needs.
President: Sam Chappelle
Vice President: Joe Johnson
Treasurer and Director of Events: Henry Brophy
Faculty Advisor: Marc Hayford
Loyola Limited is Loyola University Chicago's undergraduate student run and managed business enterprises, committed to providing an exceptional experiential learning opportunity for all employees while providing the highest quality of service to the customer.
There are a variety of employment opportunities at Loyola Limited, and the company welcomes applicants from any field of study. Loyola Limited offers positions in finance, accounting, marketing, communications, public relations, human resources, operations, customer relations, management, web & graphic design, and more.
The students of Loyola Limited currently run four businesses:
- The Flats at Loyola Station
- Loyola Property Management
- Felice's Roman Style Pizza
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about other potential opportunities or to have your resume on file for future openings.
LUC Collegiate Entrepreneurship Organization
Innovation through strategic structure and creative ingenuity. LUC Collegiate Entrepreneurship Organization is part of the national Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization. Our goal as a club is to promote socially responsible business ventures among the school body and the Chicago community.
President: Dan Jacob
Asst. President: Erol Atac
Faculty Advisor: Leonard Gingerella
The Loyola Marketing Club strives to improve the skills of its members in the various facets of the integrated marketing communications process, advertising, and public relations while serving our clients, the Loyola community, and the city of Chicago while using integrity, perseverance, and teamwork.
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Faculty Advisor: Raymond Benton Jr
Sport Management Club
The Sport Management Club (SMC) provides students with an opportunity to better their quality of life, build community, encourage participation, and gain knowledge in the sports business field. Our slogan "we don't have an off-season" demonstrates the dedication our members have to making a difference in the sport industry. Membership in this organization is open to all Loyola University Chicago students with an interest in sports as a career or sports in general. The club meets monthly to plan networking events, volunteer opportunities, and to discuss current trends in sports. The SMC provides students an avenue to combine their passions for business and sports into a successful career. To experience the benefits of the club or to find out more information please email President Kim Schaller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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President: Kim Schaller
Faculty Advisor: Keith Lambrecht, PhD
Women in Business
Women in Business (WIB) is an undergraduate organization dedicated to providing young women with a strong alumni network and an array of professional, academic, and career developing activities. WIB desires to develop and foster relationships among current students, potential students, alumni, faculty, staff, and business leaders. The organization further promotes the role of women both within the Loyola Community and the world beyond the university’s gates, through opportunities for women to express their role in today's society. WIB offers a forum to discuss the issues and challenges women face within the business sphere and supplies activities that prepare members to overcome these social barriers. This involves opportunities for members to develop both professionally and personally, empowers women through various activities and seminars, and enlightens the Loyola community as a whole on the issues facing women in business. WIB grants female students interested in promoting the role of professional women the chance to share experiences, find support, and develop constructive plans for action.
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive President: Samantha Simone
Faculty Advisor:Lisa Gillespie