Student Organizations

Expand your opportunities for personal and professional growth while building lifelong friendships and professional connections by joining one (or more) of the college’s 19 student organizations.

Towson University College of Business and Economics students hang out in Stephens Hall

CBE Student Leadership Council (SLC)

Comprised of leaders from each of the college’s undergraduate student organizations, SLC gives the CBE student body a voice in the administration of the college and ensures that they are effectively represented within the governance structure of CBE.

SLC seeks to connect the students, faculty, administration and alumni as one united community. By having the leaders of all CBE student organizations serve on one council, connections are fostered and resources are shared allowing the group to accomplish what the individual can’t. As involved and engaged student ambassadors, SLC works to provide the next generation of leaders greater and more abundant opportunities. In short SLC seeks to advocate, collaborate, and transform the CBE.

Student Organizations by Department

Department of Accounting

Towson University Society of Accountancy
Beta Alpha Psi — Iota Zeta Chapter
National Association of Black Accountants

Department of Economics

Towson Economics Society
Omicron Delta Epsilon International Honor Society

Department of Management

Enactus Club
Society for Human Resource Management
Venture – A CEO Chapter

Department of Business Analytics and Technology Management

Data Analytics and Visualization Association
Project Management Association

Department of Finance

Financial Management Association (TU FMA)
Towson University Investment Group
Women in Finance

Department of Marketing and Legal Studies

American Marketing Association Student Chapter
Legal Studies Club
Marketing Intelligence Club

Additional Organizations

Alpha Kappa Psi

Alpha Kappa Psi is one of the 20 largest national college fraternities in the U.S. Alpha Kappa Psi teaches its members the highest standards of personal and professional conduct, which provides its members with a competitive edge in the classroom and the boardroom. Alpha Kappa Psi offers students the opportunity to build professional skills and make friendships that last a lifetime. For more information, contact the Alpha Kappa Psi president at

Faculty Adviser, Tobin Porterfield,  

Beta Gamma Sigma

The Towson University chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, an international honor society for the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), has received national recognition including the Gold Chapter Award and the Business Achievement Award. Beta Gamma Sigma recognizes the outstanding achievement of students enrolled in business programs and prides itself in the academic achievements of students and their involvement in the community. Its active alumni continually involve themselves in the community, providing students with networking opportunities.

Adviser: Lisa Michocki,

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL)

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL) is the largest career student organization in the world with over 10,000 members and more than 500 chapters. The organization's mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through leadership and career development programs. The Towson chapter helps students from all majors build their networks and prepare for their careers with impactful programs and events and competes in regional and national academic competitions. Members also have the ability to enhance their knowledge through certifications and have access to select scholarships. 

Faculty Adviser: Stella Tomasi,  

Phi Alpha Delta

Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International is a Pre-Law Chapter for undergraduate students on campus. The fraternity is comprised of students from across the TU campus who are interested in attending law school or pursuing law-related careers. The organization offers programs to assist students in LSAT preparation as well as to enhance the members’ professional development. E-mail questions to .

Faculty Adviser: Quincey Johnson,  

Women in Business

Women in Business promote female leadership and diversity within the workplace by providing resources for women to excel as the minority in the business field. Our pillars include leadership, community service, networking, and professional development.

Faculty Adviser: Raquel Frye,