Student Organizations

The Belk College offers a variety of academic, career and networking resources to its students. Students can learn from the best by interacting with leaders of Charlotte’s dynamic business community, or can join together in active student organizations.

Curriculum-based student programs in the Belk College of Business:  Business Honors Program, Business Learning Community and Student-Managed Investment Fund

Note: Websites for student organizations are managed by their members, not by the Belk College of Business.

The Actuarial Science Club is a student organization for those interested in actuarial science. The actuarial science profession makes use of a person’s knowledge of math, economics, finance and risk theory in the business world.

Contact: Actuarial Science Club or Professor Wafaa Shaban.

Alpha Kappa Psi is UNC Charlotte's only Co-Ed Professional Business Fraternity. Established in 1968, the Eta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi is based on the core values of Brotherhood, Knowledge, Integrity, Service, and Unity. As a chapter, we participate in a wide variety of activities such as professional speakers, team building events, intramural sports, and leadership training seminars to name a few. To find out more about our organization, check out our website at

Contact: Alpha Kappa Psi

The UNC Charlotte American Marketing Association student chapter is an affiliated organization of the National American Marketing Association. We welcome all majors into our organization, however, we are primarily for business, communication, and marketing students. Our mission is to serve as a forum to connect like­minded individuals, foster knowledge sharing, provide resources, tools and training, and support marketing practice and thoughtful leadership. We live our mission by providing our members access to our professional development workshops, AMA certifications, speakers, and even panel discussions. We spend time with our community and build relationships with our members through community service and social outings. We also attend the National American Marketing Association's International Collegiate Conference held in New Orleans annually.

Contact: AMA or Professor Cynthia Fox.

The Association of Information Systems (AIS) is formed for the purpose of promoting the study and utilization of information systems through programs of professional development, social networking, and community development. To meet this task, AIS has stated the following goals: Encourage the pursuit of information systems excellence within the University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Offer information systems career and technology information to its members; Provide networking opportunities to those interested in information systems.

Contact: Association of Information Systems.

The Association of Latino Professionals is geared towards all professions, not only for the financial and accounting fields. This change was made by the organization in 2010 when they changed their name from the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting to its current name, the Association of Latino Professionals for America. All the other information listed about the organization is accurate. Thank you.   

Contact: ALPFA.

The Association for Supply Chain Management's UNC Charlotte student chapter is focused on creating professional networking opportunities, increasing exposure to logistics and manufacturing practices, and promoting extracurricular professional development within the operations and supply chain industry. We do this primarily through completely free ASCM membership, which grants access to professional development courses, certifications, networking, and more. We'd love for you to join us!

Contact: ASCM

Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary organization for Financial Information students and professionals. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. Our weekly meetings involve a variety of professionals presenting on an assortment of topics.

Contact: Beta Alpha Psi.

CPOA is founded on the mission of sexuality and gender equality in the workplace. Networking with 'out' Charlotte area professionals, this organization provides a safe space for LGBTQ+ students and their allies to explore relevant career opportunities. Beyond the purpose of networking with professionals outside of the University, CPOA strives to create a network of up & coming LGBTQ+ professionals within the student body through education and engagement activities.

Contact: Charlotte Pride OUTreach Association.

Future Leaders of Accounting is an organization for accounting and finance majors of all classifications. Our objective is  To provide a positive atmosphere for the academic, social, and professional growth of its members. We do this by recognizing scholastic and professional excellence in the fields of accounting and finance by having a weekly speaker session with the provision of opportunities for self-development and association among members and practicing business professionals.

Contact: Future Leaders of Accounting at or Faculty Advisor: Professor Gilles 

Gamma Iota Sigma (GIS) is an international professional development organization with a focus on insurance, risk management and actuarial science. Membership is open to all students enrolled in UNC Charlotte. GIS pursues a mission of promoting and encouraging student interest in a career in the insurance industry while encouraging high moral and scholastic attainments of its members. Insurance is a diverse industry with career opportunities in underwriting, claims, actuarial science, accounting, marketing, sales, HR, loss control, financial planning, data analytics, management information systems and reinsurance. The UNC Charlotte Chapter provides many professional development opportunities for students including attendance at seminars and conferences, international travel, career fairs and networking with industry professionals through speaker meeting, luncheons and Shadow Days. We also provide group and individual coaching for members with the goal of helping all students complete an internship and receive a career offer in one’s preferred career path prior to graduation.

Contact: GIS or Faculty Advisor:  Professor Thomas Marshall.

In Global Business Brigades we spend the year fundraising in order to collect $1,500 dollars to give to the community-owned bank in the area where we decide to take the brigade. Once that amount is reached the remainder of the funds are split between the members who have the most participation hours in fundraising events. In order to organize the brigade the executive board works hand in hand with a chapter advisor who works with Global Brigades and with a program associate who works for Global Brigades in the country that we decide to take the brigade. On the brigade we provide financial planning workshops in order to increase financial literacy around a culture of savings and borrowing while helping banks to increase membership, improve operations, and identify lower risk borrowers. Additionally we utilize business consulting frameworks to identify increased income and resolve financial challenges of small rural businesses. We also help small businesses to decide on the feasibility of utilizing low-interest loans or creating a savings strategy to reach their economic goals

Contact: Global Business Brigade or our Faculty Advisor: Heather Cummens

IntersectionsUNCC is a branch of IntersectionsCharlotte, which is an organization founded by Bank of America employees that meets to listen to speakers talk about how they integrate their faith into their occupation. Our purpose is to bring students together to encourage them to stay strong in their faith, while growing as ethical leaders and strengthening their relationship with God. We invite people from all professions and majors to connect with God and the professional community by intersecting Church Street, Wall Street and College Street. This organization will feature bi­weekly meetings at which speakers from a variety of professions come and share about how they integrate their faith into their career.

Contact: IntersectionsUNCC.

The Management Consulting Club at UNC Charlotte provides students with the resources, knowledge, opportunities and experience to better prepare members for a successful career in management consulting. During club meetings, MCC members practice case interviews, learn about and explore the proper ways to work with clients, host guest speakers, and much more. If you have an interest in management consulting or the universal skill of problem solving, then come see what MCC is all about.
To find out more information about meeting times, how to contact club leaders, and upcoming events, visit the Management Consulting Club's website at

Founded in 1969, NABA has served as a network for professionals for nearly 50 years. Here at UNC Charlotte, our chapter strives to encourage scholarship, leadership, and financial education while establishing essential connections for our undergraduate members.

Contact: NABA Faculty Advisor: Cynthia Bush.

The UNCC Chapter is nationally affiliated with the Society for Human Resource Management. SHRM is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management, representing more than 210,000 individual members. SHRM is a premier HR organization that offers guidance, information, and access to an intimate, private network of HR professionals and specialists.

Contact:  SHRM or Faculty Advisor: Professor Cheryl Kane.

The Real Estate Club focuses on preparing students to understand the different careers in real estate and the investment strategies to generate wealth. Our club puts a huge emphasis on fostering a community of driven students who want to be financially free through the vehicle of real estate investing. Our bi-weekly meetings consist of local real estate professionals who help our members better understand the business they work in and how they achieved the success they have had. The club also holds social events once a month.

Contact: The Real Estate or our faculty advisor: Daniel Wright

Contact: Sports Analytics Club or our Faculty Advisor: Scott Tonidandel