Clubs & Organizations
Student clubs and organizations provide students with a variety of opportunities to explore interests and develop leadership skills while creating new friendships and a D’Amore-McKim School of Business network of peers. To learn more about other student organizations offered at Northeastern, please visit the university’s Center for Student Involvement website.
Ascend is a student-run marketing consulting group that strives to provide clients with the knowledge and resources to develop and grow their business.
The Business Volunteers Club was founded in September of 2008 by a group of freshman students and faculty advisor. The idea was to instill a spirit of service in the future business leaders of America. Over the past 4 years, the volunteers have had the opportunity to meet amazing people and volunteer our time for a lot of great causes, including: Teach for America, Junior Achievement, Cradles to Crayons, Rosie’s Place, Haley House, Community Servings and Relay for Life.
Emerging Markets Club
The Northeastern University Emerging Markets Club (EMC), founded in April 2015, works closely with the Center for Emerging Markets to develop programs and interactive events that educate students about countries with developing economies. Through the hard work of its members, the Emerging Markets Club has been able to bring in illustrious speakers like Joan Dubinsky, the UN Director of Ethics, and Jack Perkowski, the CEO of Asimco Technologies, who invested over $400 million in China when the country first opened to foreign development. We are also the hosts of the the Northeastern Global Summit. The Northeastern Global Summit is a student led conference that aims to enable students to challenge the status quo and inspire other students into taking action to combat issues facing the world. This club is open to both graduate and undergraduate students.
The Entrepreneurs Club is a student run initiative that engages and inspires students to pursue their careers & life by doing what they love. We aim to bring together a diverse set of students who all share one thing; The desire to “Live their passion!” Whether you want to start a non-profit, be the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, or open a small business, everyone is welcome to join in exploring the many paths towards becoming an entrepreneur!
Snapchat: NU Entrepreneurs Club
Finance and Investment Club
The Finance and Investment Club supports the development of future financial professionals through career-orientated activities, which include weekly presentations by guest speakers from the local business community, faculty members and Northeastern alumni. Each semester the club organizes a trip to NYC in which selected students have the opportunity to tour the New York Stock Exchange, in addition to other finance related venues and institutions. The club promotes continuous learning about the equity market, as students are encouraged to participate in a Virtual Stock Market Stimulation and “Guess the Dow” challenge.
IDEA is Northeastern University’s student-led Venture Accelerator. We provide entrepreneurs in the Northeastern community the support, in-kind resources and educational experience of developing a business from core concept to launch.
International Business Club
The mission of the International Business Club is to introduce students of all business majors to the world of international business, both conceptually and practically. This is accomplished through guest speakers, cultural activities, trips, conferences, and the practice of foreign language use among members.
Management Information Systems Club
The mission of the NU MIS Club is to expose our members and students to the central role that information systems play in modern organizations. We seek to explore the intersection of information systems with other disciplines such as strategy, operations management, finance, marketing, and entrepreneurship. NUMIS is committed to strengthening the bond between students, the business community, and the Northeastern University alumni network. We bring top executives and experts from the business community to campus to give career-oriented lectures and seminars. We also organize field trips and networking events for students.
NU Marketing Association
NUMA is a community of ambitious students exploring the depths of the world of marketing. We offer members opportunities to build foundational and high-level technical skills, make an impact on the greater Boston community, grow their personal and professional networks, and meet with potential employers.
Northeastern University Actuarial Club
The Northeastern University Actuarial Club (NUAC) serves as an actuarial network on campus. We host actuaries and hiring managers from various companies to hear about co-op and career opportunities, news and research in the industry, advice for students, and personal stories of success. Since Northeastern University does not offer an actuarial science major, we join together to help advocate for actuarial classes and to aid students in registering for related courses offered in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business and the College of Science. We provide actuarial exam support through textbook rentals, study hours, workshops taught by student actuaries of local companies, and directed studies.
Northeastern University Huntington Management Consulting
Northeastern University’s Huntington Management Consulting (NUHMC) is an undergraduate student organization dedicated to transforming its students into the business leaders of tomorrow. The organization is focused on management consulting and strategy, and it provides participants with real-world experience in an intensely competitive environment.
Northeastern University Real Estate Club
Northeastern Real Estate Development, Investment, and Policy Club will build a community of students at Northeastern who are interested in learning more about real estate related topics, including but not limited to development, investment, and policy. It will do this through three primary avenues: educational events, such as a speaker series or a tour of a development site; networking opportunities with employers who have real-estate related opportunities; and interactive events where students can develop relationships and learn from each other. We will advocate for more formal real estate-focused academic programs and curriculum both by direct petition to faculty and through the demonstrated interest of our members. The topics NURE will cover will reflect the all-inclusive nature of the field and the wide-ranging disciplines of its members.
Out in Business
To provide students who identify as LGBTQA and our allies within the D’Amore McKim School of Business with visibility, career development, networking opportunities with queer professionals, and other types of professional development.
Student Value Fund
Educate students about value investment philosophies, equity analysis, and stock pitching while also earning an attractive return on our portfolio.
Supply Chain Management Club
To educate anyone member of Northeastern about the industry. This will be done through the development of an education and interactive website, discussions with professionals, company visits, and case studies to improve our software skills.
We offer students experiential learning opportunities through business in Israel.
Women in Business Club
The club connects undergraduate students to the business environment through professional and personal interaction with others with similar interests in the business world through meetings, guest speakers, workshops, and volunteer work.
Chi Sigma provides the opportunity to cultivate business excellence, leadership development, and lifelong brotherhood.
Beta Alpha Psi
Beta Alpha Psi is a national co-ed scholastic and professional fraternity for accounting, finance and management information students and professionals. The primary objective of the fraternity is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. This includes promoting the study and practice of accounting, finance and information systems; providing opportunities for self-development, service and association among members and practicing professionals; and encouraging a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility.
Beta Gamma Sigma, Delta Chapter of Massachusetts
The purpose of this society is to encourage and reward scholarship and accomplishment among students of business administration, to promote the advancement of education in the art and science of business, and to foster integrity in business operations.
Delta 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, to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture for the civic and commercial welfare of the community.
Financial Management Association National Honor Society
The FMA recognizes and awards scholastic achievement for finance concentration students who have excelled in their studies. Outstanding juniors and seniors are inducted into the society each spring. Students who have a 3.25 GPA overall and in their finance courses, and who have completed at least four finance courses are invited to join.
Pi Sigma Epsilon
Pi Sigma Epsilon is a national, professional, coeducational fraternity in marketing, sales and management. Pi Sigma Epsilon strives to develop the practical marketing and sales skills of its members through active involvement in marketing and sales projects, national and regional competitions, professional programming, service projects, marketing research, and social events.
The 360 Huntington Fund is a student management investment fund that invests monies donated to the Northeastern University endowment. The primary purpose of the Fund is to provide graduate business students at Northeastern University with the opportunity to experience practical issues related to portfolio management, security selection, and money management as a complement to their more theoretically based course work.
Emerging Markets Club
The Northeastern University Emerging Markets Club (EMC), founded in April 2015, works closely with the Center for Emerging Markets to develop programs and interactive events that educate students about countries with developing economies. Through the hard work of its members, the Emerging Markets Club has been able to bring in illustrious speakers like Joan Dubinsky, the UN Director of Ethics, and Jack Perkowski, the CEO of Asimco Technologies, who invested over $400 million in China when the country first opened to foreign development. We are also the hosts of the the Northeastern Global Summit. The Northeastern Global Summit is a student led conference that aims to enable students to challenge the status quo and inspire other students into taking action to combat issues facing the world.