Student Clubs & Organizations

For more information on travel funding for educational club or organization trips, visit our student grants page. 

To request a meeting space in Peacock Hall for your club meeting, complete the meeting space request form.

AIESEC at Appalachian State

Faculty Advisor: Bryan Bouboulis
President: Katie Campana

AIESEC is an international, non-for-profit, non-political organization run by students and recent graduates at institutions of higher education across 127 countries & territories. Our platform provides our members with an integrated development experience comprised of leadership opportunities, international internships & volunteer experiences, and a global learning environment. Our local chapter of AIESEC, here at Appalachian State University, works to send students from our campus & the surrounding area on exchange, as well as bringing students & recent graduates from around the world into the local area on professional internships and volunteer experiences.

American Marketing Association (AMA)

Faculty Advisor: Jeff Foreman
President: Maria Adams
Vice President: Kailee Wheeland

The American Marketing Association is committed to giving students a link to the business world through quality speakers from diverse industries. AMA also gives students the opportunity to participate in both professional and social activities. The organization is open to all students who have an interest in business.

Appalachian Accountants

Appalachian Accountants engages those interested in the accounting profession in meaningful relationships, providing professional development while exposing members to opportunities in the profession. Members are encouraged to join the club's peer mentor program and to attend both social and professional skill-based meetings. Memberships is open to both accounting and non-accounting majors. 

Faculty Advisor:  Kevin Eller
President: Jackie Huckert
Vice PresidentPaige Schurter

Appalachian Supply Chain Club

Faculty Advisor:  Beth Ellington
President:  Savannah Graepel, Emily Turner

The objective of the ASCC is to promote supply chain management by offering student members the chance to interact with industry professionals, while promoting career and professional development with networking and community involvement.

Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP)

Faculty Advisor: Scott Hunsinger
President: David Wilson
Vice President: Haley Robinson

The Association of Information Technology Professionals is open to all students interested in information technology, specifically those who wish to diversify their portfolio and network with peers and other like-minded professionals. Additionally, we host several guest speakers throughout each semester, most of whom are recruiters from fortune 500 companies, looking to hire for internships and full-time employment opportunities.

Association of Student Entrepreneurs (ASE)

Faculty Advisor: Erich Schlenker
President: Chasen Bettinger
Vice President: Madison Rubenstein

The purpose of the Association of Student Entrepreneurs is to: 1) provide an organization for college students who have the passion to found, construct and operate their own successful company; 2) promote inspiration, creativity and expertise on how to start and/or operate a successful company; and 3) encourage students to interact with businesses, Appalachian faculty and other students with similar ambitions.

Beta Alpha Psi

Faculty Advisor: Tracy Reed
President:  Emily Young
Vice President:  Colby McGrath

 Beta Alpha Psi is the International Honorary Organization for Financial Information Professionals. The purposes of Beta Alpha Psi are to help prepare accounting students for a career in accounting, develop communications skills, provide opportunities for self-development, service and association among members and practicing professionals, encourage a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility and to aid students in finding a job. Retired Appalachian professor Dr. Eugene Butts was the National President of Beta Alpha Psi during the 1993-94 academic year.


Collegiate DECA

Faculty co-Advisors: Sam Formby, Megan Hayes
President:  Cierra Harris
Vice President: Katherine Morton

Collegiate DECA is an organization that helps to prepare students for success in their professional careers. DECA has provided a business advantage for its nearly ten million student members for 70 years. The goal of App State DECA is to grow our members into successful and professional leaders of tomorrow. We offer our members the chance to compete at regional and national competitions, as well as access to a variety of professional development workshops and speakers. The chapter supports the community by working with local non-profit organizations.

Executive Impact Club

Faculty Advisor: Ivan Roten
President: Tim Walker
Vice President: Talana Bell

The purpose of Executive Impact is to provide opportunities for professional growth to the community of MBA students at Appalachian State. These experiences include networking, learning and hearing from local professionals, participating in intramural sports, and serving the community through different projects. Through these opportunities, the club promotes a space for integrity, philanthropy, insight, networking, and balance to be at the forefront.

Finance Student Association

Faculty Advisor: Joe Walsh
President: Madeline Hamiter
Vice President: Patrick Griffeth

The Finance Student Association (FSA) is open to all students. Our main goals are to better acquaint our members with the many career opportunities in banking and finance, and to promote networking with finance professionals. Our guest speakers, who are often alums, discuss topics such as investments, commercial banking, and corporate finance.

Gamma Iota Sigma

Faculty Advisors: Karen Epermanis and Greg Langdon
President: Christy Simpers
Vice President:  Shelby Weatherman

Gamma Iota Sigma is an organization for students interested in the field of risk management and insurance. The organization's purpose is to introduce members to opportunities available in the fields of insurance and risk management through various activities, events, guest speakers and travel.

Honors Association

Faculty Advisor: Dawn Medlin
PresidentOlivia Chason
Vice PresidentAndrew Hanley
President Elect: Alexis Selby

The Honors Association is the student-elected organization for The Walker College of Business Honors Program. The primary goal of Honors Association is to facilitate a sense of community among and support for WCOB Honors Program students. All WCOB Honors students are encouraged to participate; Honors Association provides invaluable interaction for students with mentors/peers, faculty and staff helping students assimilate to the Honorscommunity. Meetings foster a sense of togetherness among students and emphasize the importance of having a well-rounded Appalachian experience.

Hospitality and Tourism Management Student Association (HTMSA)

Faculty Advisor: Dana Clark
PresidentCarson McMillan
Vice PresidentBailey Siebel

The purpose of HMTSA is to offer a fun, learning environment for hospitality students. Also the club prepares students for the future through guest speakers and recruiting opportunities. There is an auction in the fall to raise money for the career fair - Appalachian Springtime - held during the spring semester.

International Business Student Association (IBSA)

Faculty co-Advisors: Martin Meznar, Meredith Pipes
President: Alan Leshock

The purpose of the International Business Student Association is to expand student knowledge of global business and awareness of international issues and to serve as ambassadors of Walker College of Business International Programs and International Business within the university community.

National Association for Business Economics (NABE)

Faculty co-Advisors:  Onur InceJohn Whitehead
President: Jessica Robinson
Vice President: Roberto D'amato

The National Association for Business Economics promotes interaction between economics majors and minors and between students and faculty. Activities include social gatherings, educational trips, and speakers regarding employment opportunities.
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Net Impact Appalachian State

Faculty Advisor: Rajat Panwar, Jim Westerman
President: Kelsey Simon
Vice President: Blair Huff
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Net Impact is a community of more than 100,000 students and young professionals who want to transform their passions into world-changing action.

Phi Beta Lambda

Faculty co-Advisors: Sam Formby, Herb Brown
President: Jenny Zheng
Executive Vice President: Josh Conner

Phi Beta Lambda is the collegiate division of the national association, Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL). The organization's main focus is business and leadership development. Its mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. ASU PBL members participate in leadership and professional development programs, competitive events, and community service activities. 
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Pi Sigma Epsilon

Faculty Advisor: Becke Sirmon
President: Christine Fronzaglia
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Pi Sigma Epsilon is a national, co-ed fraternity and professional organization for any major who is interested in how selling and marketing can enhance personal and career skills.

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

Faculty Advisor: Brian Whitaker
President: Jessica Swets
Vice President: 

We are a student-driven organization dedicated to professionally developing students interested in the area of Human Resources by speaking with experts in the field.We seek to bring together like-minded individuals to share opinions and learn about a complex, ever-changing area of business, and hope to have engaging discussions with each other and fellow Human Resources professionals.

Walker Fellows

Faculty Advisor: Michelle Boisclair
President: Kelsey Grunder
Vice President: Avery Fink

The Walker Fellows serve as representatives to all constituents of the Walker College, including students, alumni, faculty/staff, and the business community, through service, events and academic programs. They are significantly involved in planning Walker student events and work to increase student awareness of networking opportunities available in the College.

Honorary Organizations

Alpha Iota Mu

Faculty Advisor: Scott Hunsinger

Alpha Iota Mu is an international honor society organized to recognize outstanding academic achievement in the field of information systems. Members of the Appalachian State University Chapter are students who have completed, or are in the process of completing an undergraduate program of study in the field of computer information systems. CIS majors with a 3.4 or greater overall GPA who have taken at least one CIS core course are invited to join the honor society.

Beta Gamma Sigma

Faculty Advisor: Heather Norris

Beta Gamma Sigma is a national honor society for graduates and undergraduates enrolled in business colleges accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Juniors and seniors must be in the top 10 percent of the class; a graduate student in the top 20 percent. More information can be found at the Beta Gamma Sigma national website.

Omicron Delta Epsilon

Faculty Advisor: Mark Strazicich

Omicron Delta Epsilon is an economics honor society. Its annual induction ceremony is held in April.

Sigma Iota Epsilon

Faculty Advisor: Kemp Ellington

Sigma Iota Epsilon is an honorary fraternity for management majors. Its activities vary from year to year, depending on the level of involvement sought by the particular group and its officers. Appalachian's chapter was installed in 1993-94.