School of Business Student Organization

Students in our business programs benefit from student-led professional organizations that provide extracurricular activities, bring lectures and networking opportunities to campus, and foster discussions on current trends in the business world. Many of these organizations are open to students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Our student organizations include:

•    Aurora University Finance Association
Provides leadership opportunities and experiences for finance students, and helps guide students on a path toward professional and personal success in the field.

•    Delta Mu Delta (Business Honor Society)
Recognizes business students who have achieved academic excellence in their fields and fosters the well-being of its members and the business community through lifetime membership. Undergraduate students are eligible for membership if they have completed at least half of the coursework towards a BA or BS, achieve a GPA of 0.25 above a B or better, and have placed in the top 20 percent of the class.
Advisor: Ileana Brooks,

•    Future Leaders of The World (FLOW)
Educates students on the opportunities that exist for excelling in the management field. Students who have an interest in management can discuss pertinent topics and network with professionals already in the field.

•    Management Information and Technology Club
Helps students learn about the information technology profession and better understand the process of preparing for and working within the IT profession.
Advisor: Dave Dulany,

•    Sales Club
Focuses on learning the professional sales process, including participating in regional competitions.
•    Student Accounting Society
Serves as a resource for learning and networking in the business world, as well as a place to gather and discuss information with an emphasis on the accounting profession.
Advisor: Tim Moran,

•    Student Marketing Association
Discusses, gathers and provides information to students about the business world with a focus on marketing.
Advisor: Brian Vander Schee,