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The College of Business encourages students to become involved in as many student organizations as their interest, schedule, and educational goals permit. The experience contributes to your overall college education as well as gives you many opportunities for leadership and professional development. Other benefits for joining student organizations include:

  • making new friends
  • developing new skills and abilities
  • working as part of a team
  • learning to set and achieve goals
  • sharing your time and talents

Most organizations sponsor talks and presentations by business leaders in particular fields. Others arrange special events.

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Open to all Students:

Accounting Connections

The Accounting Connections club is a great place to meet and collaborate with other UAH students interested in a career in accounting. Club members meet monthly to network with accounting professionals, expand their knowledge outside of the classroom, and enjoy social events.

For more information contact: Dr. Stan Clark, Advisor


Connect's focus is on developing the professional skills required to succeed in the workforce, while networking and building realtionships with fellow business students.

For more information contact: Advisor

Economics Club

The Economics Association is a forum where students and faculty discuss economic concepts and apply applications as well as promote interest in economic issues, both domestic and international.

For more information contact: econassoc@uah.edu

Entrepreneurship Club

The goal of the UAH Entrepreneurship Club is to unleash the creativity of students by educating them in the art and science of entrepreneurship, and connecting them with other entrepreneurs, potential investors and employers, mentors, and local community. Club membership is open to students of all majors, both undergraduate and graduate.

For more information contact: Dr. Yeolan Lee


As an independent, nonprofit, global association, ISACA engages in the development, adoption and use of globally accepted, industry-leading knowledge and practices for information systems. Previously known as the Information Systems Audit and Control Association, ISACA now goes by its acronym only, to reflect the broad range of IT governance professionals it serves. Through more than 200 chapters established in more than 80 countries, ISACA provides its members with education, resource sharing, advocacy, professional networking, and a host of other benefits on a local level. The UAH chapter focuses on cybersecurity, professional development and networking, and education and community awareness.

Club advisor: Dr. DJ Hovermale

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

UAH-SHRM gives students the opportunity to interact with "real world" human resource managers, members of the professional community, and the North Alabama Professional SHRM chapter

For more information contact: Dr. Ivey Mackenzie

DECA - UAH Chapter

DECA is an international organization founded in the United States. DECA assists students with developing important networking and interviewing skills for entering the job market in marketing, finance, hospitality, management, and entrepreneurship.

For more information contact: Dr. Liwu Hsu

Women in Business and Leadership

Women in Business and Leadership provides a forum for women to engage in career development and professional networking. We host meetings, seminars, and workshops, and we visit local businesses, along with providing a comfortable and safe support network for each other.

For more information contact: Dr. Karen Anne Wallach

Financial Management Association

The Financial Management Association International (FMA) is a global leader in developing and disseminating knowledge about financial decision making. FMA's mission is to broaden the common interests between academicians and practitioners, provide opportunities for professional interaction between and among academicians, practitioners and students, promote the development and understanding of basic and applied research and of sound financial practices, and to enhance the quality of education in finance. The UAH chapter focuses on financial education and professional networking.

For more information contact: Dr. Xuejing Xing