Student organizations play an important role in campus life at The University of North Texas and in the G. Brint Ryan College of Business. Throughout the year, organizations sponsor a variety of extra and co-curricular activities for the campus community as well as participate in service projects on and off campus. In addition, student organizations provide a means for students to develop and refine leadership skills and to interact and network with their peers and with faculty and staff.
Joining a student organization gives you opportunities to expand and enhance your overall educational experience, improve your social life, gain self confidence, acquire leadership skills and learn how to function as a member of a group or a team. Getting involved in student organizations can be one of the greatest, most rewarding experiences you will have while you are in college. Check out the various student organizations offered and get involved!
ALPFA - Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting
Faculty Advisor - Jose Lineros
Co-Advisor - Bandla Madhuri
Financial Management Association
Faculty Advisors - Amir Fard
NTent Entrepreneurship Club
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Christopher Penney
Mu Kappa Tau
Logistics & Operations Management
There are several registered student organizations for which students in the Department of Logistics and Operations Management may choose to apply. They include:
Operations Management: Institute of Supply Management (ISM)
Faculty Advisor - Tim Hawkins
If students wish to find out more about these organizations, or wish to apply, they may visit the organization’s website or contact the faculty advisor.