Herberger Business School

Student Organizations

The Herberger Business School recognizes that extra-curricular campus activities can serve as an important component of your educational experience and personal growth.  The School strongly encourages students to join one or more student clubs and become an active and contributing participant within that organization.  Student clubs provide excellent opportunities for professional, personal, and social development.

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Learn more about Herberger Business School clubs and organizations by clicking on the links below for a video or website with additional information.

  • Accounting Club

    The Accounting Club is dedicated to obtaining information about the accounting profession. Accounting Club interaction with accounting firm practitioners, corporate professionals, and governmental accountants helps to prepare students for internships and graduation. The Accounting Club gives students a chance to meet new people and network with others in the same profession. Guest speakers come and share their views about the accounting field and give tips to students on what is happening.
  • American Marketing Association
    Husky AMA's mission is to enable members to successfully position themselves in the business world by applying marketing principles through community service, professional development, and leadership.
  • Association for Supply Chain Management (formerly APICS)
    The Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM) is the global leader in supply chain organizational transformation, innovation and leadership. 
  • BSEC (Business Student Executive Council)
    Our purpose is to advance all organizations within the Herberger Business School and to facilitate interaction between business organizations and Herberger Business School faculty, staff, and administration.
  • Collegiate DECA
    DECA logoCollegiate DECA is a student driven organization that values competence, innovation,  integrity, and teamwork. They prepare students for careers by integrating skills learned in the classroom into real world experiences. Collegiate DECA programs assist in developing academically   prepared, community oriented, professionally responsible, experienced leaders.
  • Delta Sigma PiDelta Sigma Pi
    Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.
  • Entrepreneurship Club
    Entrepreneurship ClubThe Entrepreneurship Club is a student run club, devoted to bringing students closer to the business environment. Members help organize and run actual businesses and contribute to being an important part of the organization. All majors are accepted.
  • Information Systems Club
    BCIS ClubWe are an enthusiastic team that promotes interaction, involvement and opportunities for our members, St. Cloud State University, and the surrounding community. We enhance professional development through resume building, informative speakers, networking and other career opportunities. We strive to involve students academically and socially through club events. This organization is a great way to gain personal knowledge and to learn more about information technology as it impacts our future.
  • Investment Club 
    Investment ClubInvestment Club is a group of students who gather to learn about investments, manage a portfolio of stocks, attend socials, take trips, and listen to speakers explain their profession. 
  • Real Estate Association
    The SCSU student Real Estate Association gives students interested in real estate an opportunity to come together on a weekly basis to hear guest speakers discuss some aspect of real estate. In addition the group gets together for social purposes and also charitable fund raising purposes. Once a year the student group takes a spring trip, usually to Chicago, to visit real estate companies and see how they differ from firms in Minnesota. SCSU Real Estate Association members have participated in the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) University Challenge. In this challenge students compete with similar student organizations from the University of St. Thomas and the University of Northern Iowa. The challenge is a case competition in which students analyze a site and decide if developing that site would be feasible given current market conditions.
  • Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
    SHRM LogoThe St. Cloud State University SHRM student chapter is affiliated with the National SHRM organization. Members participate in HR-related chapter projects and activities, such as the HR Games, that prepares them to enter the HR profession. Members also experience the “real world” of human resources through their interaction with HR professionals and members of Central Minnesota SHRM, North Star SHRM, and the Twin Cities Human Resource Association (TCHRA). Members are able to network with business leaders of today and make contacts that will help them find a job tomorrow. The St. Cloud State University SHRM student chapter has consistently received the Superior Merit Award from the national SHRM organization.
  • Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS)Women in CyberSecurity is the premier organization with international reach dedicated to bringing together women in cybersecurity from academia, research and industry to share knowledge, experience, networking and mentoring.

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