The Smeal College of Business has over 40 student organizations that aim to enhance the educational environment for our undergraduate population. Collaborating with these organizations can be a great way to further your recruiting reach and targeting specific populations of students. Historically, collaborations have consisted of information sessions at closed meetings, hosting a professional development workshop for organization members, or participation and/or sponsorship of larger events such as conferences and networking receptions.


A full list of Smeal Student Organizations with Descriptions (PDF) or (Microsoft Word Document).

You also have access to over 1,000 clubs and organizations offered at the University Park campus.

Contacting a Smeal Student Organization

Many organizations publish appropriate contact information on their individual websites.  If you encounter a broken link or an out of date contact during your search, please follow these steps to contact your student organization of interest.

  • Access the OrgCentral Student Organization Directory.
  • Type in the appropriate criteria to initiate your search. You can also search for an organization by category and branch.

For more information, contact!

Phi Gamma Nu

Promotes high scholarship, service, leadership, and stresses the interdependence of all university majors in business.

Phi Chi Theta

Provides opportunities for business-oriented membership to engage in professional development, philanthropy, and leadership, with the goal of empowering each member …

Phi Beta Lambda

Has the mission of bringing business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development …

Delta Sigma Pi

International fraternity focused on community service, professional activities, social events, and business goals in order to develop the leadership, professional, …

Alpha Kappa Psi

Professional fraternity dedicated to fostering the study of business administration and furthering the individual welfare of its members through leadership, …

Women in Business (WIB)

Promotes the advancement of Smeal women by increasing the awareness of workplace trends and connecting members with Smeal/Penn State alumni.

National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)

Promotes communication between its members and professionals in the field of accounting.

Multicultural Women’s Forum

Creates a support network, enhances professional development, and develops leadership skills for multicultural women in, but not limited to, the …

Black Male Leadership Symposium

Aspires to produce unity and stability among black males, especially in the Smeal College of Business while making an effort …