College of Business Admission Requirement
To verify club attendance, print off the club attendance verification form below. When the form is completed, scan the form and add the electronic version to your Professional Development Portfolio. Be sure to follow the directions on the form correctly.
Accounting Club - Beta Alpha Psi
Beta Alpha Psi
National honorary scholastic and professional accounting fraternity
President: Ryan Krausen
Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) – Student Chapter
IMA’s goals are to help members develop both personally and professionally, by means of education, certification and association with other business professionals.
As a respected leader within the global financial community, IMA influences the concepts and ethical practices in management, accounting and financial management. Its ethical standards provide guidance to practitioners for maintaining the highest levels of ethical conduct.
Beta Gamma Sigma - International Honor Society
Beta Gamma Sigma
The UWO Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma – The International Business Honor Society recognizes business students with high scholastic achievement. Members gain access to all of the resources that Beta Gamma Sigma provides, including networking opportunities, professional development programs, and other benefits that enhance members’ educational and career aspirations as both students and young professionals. Student members are recognized with certificates and an honor cord at an annual Beta Gamma Sigma ceremony.
President: Andrea Meyers
Faculty Advisor: Halle Breske
Need help deciding if that honor society invitation email you received is legitimate? Interested in organizations specific to your major or interest area? Use the search tool on the Association of College Honor Societies website. BGS is featured!
Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization
Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO)
If you want to learn more about the cyber world, this club is for you! Come join us every other Monday to do fun cyber security activities, hear from different speakers, and even take trips to other companies to learn more about the field!
Cybersecurity club is open to all students to learn more about the growing field. We will bring in speakers, take tours of different companies in the Midwest, and do some fun activities! Whether you have a lot of experience or are just interested in learning more about the field, we would love to meet you!
President: Claire Schlobohm
Faculty Advisor: Michael Patton
Economics Student Association (ESA)
The Economics Student Association is an organization on campus focused on bringing together students who are interested in the field of Economics with faculty and professionals To provide economics students with supplemental educational, networking, and professional development opportunities, and to promote interest in and understanding of economic science. Additionally, we represent the interests of economics students in the Student Assembly, and the College of Business Student Advisory Council.
Enterprise Resource Planning Club | SAP
The Enterprise Resource Planning or SAP Club is a gathering of individuals of all majors who seek to gain hands-on experience using SAP. The club will provide a forum for discussion and tutorials related to SAP modules and applications that can be used in numerous business settings.
The goal of the SAP club is to create a welcoming environment for a diverse group of individuals to collaborate on various projects while gaining SAP skills that employers require.
President: Richard Thao
Information Systems Club
“As our world changes from an Industrial-based society to an Information-based society, Information Technology plays a crucial role in successful organizations. Information Systems help businesses compete in a global environment by helping management utilize the power of technology to make decisions and run business operations efficiently. With the exponential growth in Information Technology, increased demand for information and communications, and global impact of the Internet; Information Systems have become the cornerstone of business.” ~Dr. Michael Eierman
- All programming requires advanced math skills
Not true! In fact most programmers will only need to know how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide. Programming demands the use of logic more than anything. When I say logic, I really mean the use of logical operators like: “IF”, “THEN”, “ELSE”, “AND”, “OR”, and “NOT.”
- Learning multiple programming languages is as difficult as learning multiple foreign languages
Not true! Once you learn how to program in two or three programming languages, you can pick up other programming languages very quickly. For many modern programming languages, the syntax is very similar to one another.
- I don’t have to know how to program because I don’t want to become a programmer
Not true! Even if you don’t want to become a programmer, you will likely be working with them at some point. In order for you to work with programmers, it is important to understand the nature of programming and the setbacks that can occur. Estimating time and resources is a big part of any job. Estimates in the computer realm are notorious for being completely off target because simple tasks that sound easy in thought and on paper can suffer days, months, and even years of setbacks.
Titan Connection Page
President: Branden Starks
Interactive Web Management Club
Interactive Web Management Club
International Business Club
International Business Club
The International Business Club is a partnership of students, faculty and practitioners committed to promoting awareness of business globalization and facilitating the acquisition of knowledge, skills and expertise needed to excel as professionals in the global marketplace. The main goals of the cub are professional development and social interaction through corporate sponsorship and University collaboration. Guest speakers, workshops, site visits and cultural entertainment are organized every year.
President: Makayla Edge
Marketing and Sales Club
UW Oshkosh Marketing & Sales Club
Find us on Facebook at UWO Marketing & Sales Club – All event information will be posted there as reminders!
- Looks GREAT on a resume
- Helps you meet like minded people with your same interest
- Connects you with business professional on a personal level
- Getting involved with leadership roles
- Learn more about different career opportunities in marketing and sales
Feel free to contact our advisor or any of the club officers for more information about signing up!
Society for Human Resource Management
UW Oshkosh SHRM Student Chapter
The National Society for Human Resource Management. SHRM is the world’s largest association dedicated to Human Resources Management with over 170,000 professional members and 55,000 student members. We are proud to be UW Oshkosh’s student chapter and affiliated with SHRM and sponsored by the local Fox Valley and Oshkosh Area Chapters of SHRM.
President: Sarah Reuter
Faculty Advisor: Scott Guinter
UWO SHRM will, in accordance with the National SHRM Code of Ethics:
- Promote the development of its members’ human resource management and leadership skills
- Increase both campus and community awareness of the greater SHRM organization
- Serve the interests and increase the awareness of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh College of Business by sponsoring, administering, or participating in activities as outlined in the National SHRM Merit Award or that will help achieve the organization’s goals.
To be recognized by the University of Wisconsin System, our sponsoring chapter Fox Valley SHRM, other local SHRM chapters, and HR professionals throughout the state as the most active and prestigious student business organization in Wisconsin.
We hope that you enjoy the numerous resources that we have available to you on our UWO SHRM club website. Please feel free to contact any one of us with questions that you may have about UWO SHRM, the Human Resources major, and more.
Supply Chain Club
Supply Chain Club
UW Oshkosh APICS members participate in a variety of professional, social and community service activities. Students work closely with their “parent chapter” in the Fox Valley, an organization of over 400 professionals. Through trips to local organizations and businesses that include presentations and facilities tours, students are given the opportunity to further investigate and refine their interest in the field of Supply Chain Management. In addition to providing funds for scholarships, paper competitions and other activities, the parent chapter provides valuable networking opportunities which may lead to internships and, upon graduation, employment. Supply Chain Club activities are open to all students.
Congratulations! UW Oshkosh Supply Chain Club members won their 17th Platinum Award (more than any school in the nation!), 23 Gold Awards, and four students have received the Fogarty Award!
Titans of Risk (Insurance & Risk Management)
Risk management and insurance – we all deal with it daily, but few actually understand it! Join us to gain a better perspective of this international, multi-billion dollar industry and the myriad of opportunities that it offers, even locally. Students can connect with those in the industry to get a deeper understanding, potentially leading to job shadows and even internship opportunities!