Settled In, Getting Involved

As students settle in to the third week of classes, they might start looking for things to break up the routine. Getting involved with a student group at Whitman is one way to do this, and there are plenty that are looking for additional members to help their various causes. Check out the list below for a quick overview of all 21 students groups that are available for students to get involved with.

Professional Business Fraternities 

Alpha Kappa Psi – world’s largest and oldest professional business fraternity for all majors

Delta Sigma Pi – international business fraternity for all majors

Beta Alpha Psi – professional service fraternity for accounting, finance and IST majors

Beta Gamma Sigma – national business honor society to encourage professional excellence


Syracuse University Investment Club – welcomes a variety of majors to manage a trade portfolio of over 100K

Financial Management Association – open to all SU students who have a general interest in finance

National Association of Black Accountants – represents minorities in the fields of accounting, auditing, business, consulting, finance and information technology

Supply Chain Management 

APICS – represents manufacturing, service and resource management professionals worldwide

Franklin Supply Chain Club – field trips and speakers provide opportunity for students to see supply chain management in action


American Marketing Association – international professional body meant to promote the study of marketing


The Entrepreneurship Club – supports the spirit of entrepreneurship and the needs of the students involved

Graduate Groups

Whitman Graduate Student Organization – enriches graduate programs through social, cultural and community-oriented activities and events

Nonprofit Groups

Net Impact – an international nonprofit whose mission is to equip students to use the power of business to create a more sustainable world

SU Enactus – strives for a more sustainable world through local, national and global projects

Other Business Interests

Case Study Club – enhances business strategy skills with case studies, consulting and interview practice

Whitman Women in Business – fosters women’s involvement in the business community through open forums

Family Business Club – prepares students for the challenges of working for and running a family business

Real Estate Club – provides a forum for students with an interests in real estate to learn more about the industry

International Business Association – provides students with exposure to international nature of business

Whitman Consulting Club – mission to enhance and develop consulting skills of members

Whitman Student Government – works to strengthen and manage important aspects of student life


Sarah Graham