Business Student Organizations & Honor Societies

Student Organizations

The Liberty University School of Business offers a variety of student-led organizations, both co-curricular and extra-curricular. These student groups are not only a way for students to form relationships with their peers and put their classroom knowledge to use, but also for them to have the opportunity to learn from professionals in their career field and network.

These professionally minded clubs feature activities and events including guest speakers, industry days and career treks. Many of these organizations are also chapters of global organizations allowing students to transition from college-based organizations to full-on professional status.

Student Organizations active at the Liberty University School of Business:

  • Accounting Society

    The Accounting Society was formed to equip accounting students with the tools they need to become beacons of Christ in the business environment. Social events are offered to allow students the opportunity to network with other accounting students, professors, and business professionals from the community. The Accounting Society also regularly hosts meetings in which business professionals present information on accounting-related topics, including technical updates, interview skills, and expectations for life after graduation. Professional relationships are maintained with various employers, including national, regional, and local accounting firms and private companies so that Society members can remain informed of valuable internship and career opportunities.


    Liberty University Accounting Society Facebook

    Faculty Sponsor
    Professor Jamie Stowe

    David Bell

  • American Marketing Association

    Liberty University's collegiate chapter of the American Marketing Association (LU AMA) produces events for students to hear from leading marketing professionals, serves as a networking opportunity for marketing and sales students, immerses students in planning and promoting fundraising opportunities and offers practical, hands-on strategic marketing applications through national case competitions. Liberty University’s collegiate chapter of the American Marketing Association has participated at the national level of the AMA Collegiate Case Competition since 2009, placing in the final four chapters in 2010 and 2011. The 2012-2013 team was a national semi-finalist. Each month the chapter invites alumni and seasoned marketing professionals to participate on a panel to share their work experiences and identify trends in the marketing field and workforce. In addition, LU AMA serves in a sales/marketing-related capacity on behalf of various non-profit organizations. These opportunities prepare our students for a successful career by elevating their practical knowledge in the marketing field and by giving them a wealth of experience they can take to the workplace.


    American Marketing Association Facebook

    Faculty Sponsor
    Dr. Chris Huseman

    Wren Martin

    American Marketing Association

  • Cybersecurity Club

    The Cyber Defense Club is a student-led club supported by faculty advisors which seeks to improve Cybersecurity skills of students. The club meets weekly during the school year and is working through a student developed curriculum for basic and advanced Cybersecurity skills. From the club teams are selected to compete in inter-collegiate cyber competitions. The teams have placed well in regional and national competitions in the past and look forward to winning one in the near future. Beyond the development of Cybersecurity skills, the club is instrumental in developing friendships with other students and faculty members, with common interest and goals.

    Faculty Advisor
    Dr. Frank Tuzi

  • Enactus

    Enactus is an international non-profit organization that brings together a diverse network of university students, academic professionals and industry leaders around the shared mission of creating a better, more sustainable world through the positive power of business. By contributing their talents to projects that improve the lives of people worldwide, Enactus participants are demonstrating that individuals with a knowledge and passion for business can be a powerful force for change.


    Enactus Facebook

    Faculty Sponsor
    Dr. George Young

  • Financial Management Association

    The Financial Management Association (FMA) is an official student club affiliated with the Financial Management Association International. FMA offers its members the opportunity for personal and professional growth through leadership, career development, and social networking. The local leadership team organizes regular meetings with local finance professionals in order to give FMA members exposure to a number of potential career fields in the finance arena (e.g., corporate finance, fixed-income securities, equities, wealth management, banking, etc.). Additionally, the club runs investment simulation contests (with cash prizes), that are only open to its members. FMA is the perfect place for finance students to meet other students who share the same interests and passions.

    Become a member by applying today. Be sure to select the Liberty University chapter. Membership for both the international FMA and the Liberty Chapter (LUFMA) is currently just $35 per year or $50 for two years, total.


    Financial Management Association Facebook

    Faculty Sponsor
    Dr. Scott Ehrhorn

    Jeff Wilson

  • International Business Association

    The mission of the International Business Association is to create an environment in which students can become a cohesive group through educational, social, community and professional activities; develop greater multicultural appreciation; and, expand their awareness of career-related opportunities. Students will have opportunities to network with each other across national boundaries and to develop contacts with professional organizations and commercial enterprises. Student members will also have the opportunity to improve their leadership skills through involvement in elective offices.


    Liberty International Business Association Facebook

    Faculty Sponsor
    Professor John Frichtel

    Mai Chi Nguyen

  • Society for Human Resource Management

    The Liberty University Society for Human Resource Management (LU SHRM) is the world's largest association devoted to the field of human resource management. As an affiliate, LU SHRM has continually received national merit awards for its work in the community and contributions to student professional development. LU SHRM’s mission is to glorify God through the spiritual and professional development of its members by providing professional workshops and networking events.


    Society for Human Resource Management Facebook

    Faculty Sponsor
    Dr. Colleen McLaughlin

    Jonathan Gonzalez

    Vice President
    Jordan Ferraresso

    Lynchburg Regional Society for Human Resource ManagementSociety For Human Resource Management

  • Student Association for Project Management

    The Student Association for Project Management (SAPM) is a community of students interested in the project management profession. Through active participation in the club, students can further their knowledge of project management, develop relationships and network with fellow students and project management professionals, and have opportunities to use their knowledge and skills to serve others. Above all, the Student Association of Project Management seeks to help students develop their skills and talents for effective service to God.


    Student Association for Project Management Facebook

    Faculty Sponsor
    Dr. David Duby, PMP

  • Technology & Engineering Club (TEC Club)

    The purpose of the Technology and Engineering Club (TEC) is to provide a collaborative, diverse, innovative, and Christ-centered environment where students can advance in the technology and engineering disciplines. TEC events allow industry and academics to unite, providing members with a more comprehensive understanding of how engineering and technology meet the needs of organizations. Meetings feature paramount speakers, present career opportunities, and foster a place where imaginative ideas are deliberated. TEC is also involved in the community and Christian service by providing technological solutions for unmet needs. TEC competes in several hackathons throughout the year, challenging students to hone skill sets in areas such as software engineering, gaming development, and machine learning.

    Faculty Sponsor
    Wade Schofield

    Lauren Hill


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