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.
- Beta Alpha Psi
- Delta Sigma Pi
- Human Resource Student Association
- Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Club
- International Business Society
- Investment Banking and Financial Markets Association
- Loyola Economics Forum
- Loyola Enactus
- Loyola Limited
- Sport Management Club
- Women in Business
- Rambler Investment Fund
Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA) is the premier Latino organization for professionals and students in business, finance, accounting, and related professions. ALPFA has active members, committed business partners, and quality programs. ALPFA creates opportunities, adds value, builds relationships for its members, the community and its business partners while expanding Latino leadership in the global workforce.
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.
President: Joshua Sirbu
Vice President: Svetlana Oleinikova
Vice President of Membership: Jake Yocum
Vice President of Social Media & Philanthropy: Madeline Lotesta
Secretary: Mashal Hassan
Treasurer: Sullivan Casey
Event Coordinator: Victoria Chan
Faculty Advisor: Kathy Horton
Delta Sigma Pi
The Gamma Pi Chapter of the International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi is Loyola’s only all business major Professional Fraternity.
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.
If interested in joining, please contact email@example.com for more information.
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.
President: Christina Conroy
Faculty Advisor: Seth Green
Human Resources Student Association
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 HRER program that is recognized nationally by employers, academic institutions, and professional organizations.
President: Jordan Magat
Graduate Vice President: Carlos Orengo
Undergraduate Vice President: August Grell
Undergraduate Vice President: Joyce Jin
Secretary: Sam Wynn
Treasurer: Sara Ibrahim
Publicity Affairs: Emma Lee Hunter
Member Management: Anita Machuca
Community Service Chair: Krizia Anne Andalajao
Community Service Chair: Maria Pimentel
Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Club
The Information Systems and Supply Chain Management (ISSCM) Club is an organization on campus that focuses on making students aware of professional opportunities with the information systems and operations management fields and advancing students’ education through networking, skill application, and professional experiences. Through guest speaker events and networking events, ISOM Club prepares members for jobs and interviews beyond their college career.
Contact information: QuinlanISSCM@gmail.com
President: Reily Newton
Vice President: Mikaela Minor
Treasurers: Christopher Martinez & Meghan Patel
Secretary/Campus Activities Network Representative: Shona Sunil
Faculty Advisor: 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: Guillermo Quellmalz
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.
Loyola Economics Forum
The Loyola Economics Forum was founded in 2002. Since then, we have been a major presence among 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. The goal of our organization is to continue facilitating discussion, enhancing knowledge, providing academic support, establishing opportunities for research and career development, and creating a community for students on campus.
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. Loyola Limited is part of the Loyola Business Leadership Hub, housed in the Quinlan School of Business.
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 are currently invested in five business ventures:
- The Flats at Loyola Station
- Irelands Pub 10
- The Wolf's Kettle
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about other potential opportunities or to have your resume on file for future openings.
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 Lauren Glass at email@example.com.
Contact Information: SportManagement@LUC.edu
Faculty Advisor: Zach Binkley, Ph.D.
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: WIBLUC@gmail.com
President: Nadia Youssef
Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer: Jen Schreiber
Chief Financial Officer: Rosa Brackenbusch
Chief Operating Officer: Audrey Baldauf
Director of Digital Marketing: Naz Safdary
Director of Print Marketing: Laura Cuevas
Chief Videographer: Hannah Chlebek
Director of Brand Design & Director of Fundraising: Sophie Tangel
Director of Fundraising: Hannah Niehoff
Director of Membership & Event Coordinator: Nida Ahmad
Faculty Advisor: Carolyn Tang Kmet
Rambler Investment Fund
Loyola University Chicago's Rambler Investment Fund (RIF) gives students real-world investment experience by allowing them to trade real capital in a broad range of financial assets. What began as a class officially became a student organization in the spring semester of 2015. RIF manages an endowment of approx. $900,000. If you are interested in learning more about the field of asset management, this is the place for you; welcome to the Rambler Investment Fund.
President: Daniel Kim
Advisor: Steven Todd