Student Organizations

The Carl H. Lindner College of Business hosts dozens of student organizations that enrich the student experience through active involvement and engagement outside the classroom, ranging from major-specific organizations to professional fraternities that recognize excellence among our students.

Check out the Center for Student Involvement's searchable list of organizations for more information.


Accounting Club is geared toward undergraduate students with an interest in accounting. We bring in executives from the big four, as well as regional and smaller firms to give students insight on the industry, help jumpstart their career, and provide networking opportunities with peers and executives.

Recongized as the premier developer of principled business leaders worldwide, Alpha Kappa Psi strives to create a close-knit community of like-minded individuals who seek to build and refine their professional skills. We accept all majors and are a co-ed organization. 

UC AMA serves to provide unparalleled value to Lindner and UC students through educational seminars, professional development, networking opportunities, case competitions, community service initiatives and real-world experience through our new AMA Agency.

The Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM) is a student-led professional organization linking UC students of all majors with local professionals in the ASCM, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and Project Management Institute (PMI). It hosts a wide variety of career development, professional and learning opportunities in the areas of logistics, supply chain, manufacturing, operations and quality. 

The Business Analytics Club provides skill-sharing workshops, networking opportunities and other events to help students prepare for careers in analytics. Events are open to all UC students regardless of majors, colleges and expected year of graduation.

The purpose of CATALYST Marketing is to promote and develop interest in marketing by providing an intellectually stimulating environment that gives students the opportunity to apply classroom learning and experience to real-world scenarios through involvement.

This club discusses a different cryptocurrency topic each week, with each discussion preceded by a mini-lecture or tutorial, and topics can range from investing to development to technology. The club is open to all levels of knowledge and all majors.

DECA is an international organization focused on preparing emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, hospitality, finance and management. Through individual and team-based case studies, UC DECA primarily focuses on high-stress, low-risk presentations that can help set up future business leaders for professional success.

Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce; and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.

The undergraduate Economics Society seeks to promote the study of economics and exploration of current economic issues through bi-weekly meetings, guest speakers and field trips. The society is a resource for all students and can serve as a network base for students to address issues in economics education, plan for future employment and discuss current events affecting economics and its related fields.

The purpose of the Lindner Finance Club is to be the interface for the finance community at UC. It provides avenues for professional development and understanding the field through varied experiences such as speaker engagements, site tours and trips.

Gamma Iota Sigma (GIS) is the international fraternity for risk management, insurance and actuarial science students who want to stand out among their peers. GIS is the leader in creating student talent in the insurance industry.

The Information Systems club is a great way for students interested in information systems to develop a better understanding of the field and its real-world applications and connections. The Information Systems Club hosts a number of professional and technical development workshops to help students navigate the world as young professionals, and it has numerous connections to local and national companies to host and visit for networking events.  

iCats is a cultural enhancement program for American and international students. iCats grants current students the chance to engage with and befriend incoming international students at UC while learning about the various cultures of the world. iCats offers social, academic and professional support through a yearlong interactive program.

The International Securities and Compliance Club aims to educate its members about both basic and advanced security trading techniques and strategies as well as study the constant shifts in laws and regulations surrounding capital gain activities both domestically and overseas.

The purpose of the organization is to familiarize members with investing terms and activities, and to gain hands-on experience learning a variety of investment strategies and network with other students interested in investing.

Lindner Ambassadors promote the value and merit of an education from the Carl H. Lindner College of Business to prospective students.

The purpose of the board is twofold. One, to provide a voice for students in the Lindner Business Honors program, ensuring that every decision made by faculty or the alumni board includes the students’ perspective and opinion. Two, to create and nurture a community across the entire Lindner Business Honors program through the development of communication channels, social events and opportunities for professional development. 

Lindner Investment Banking Club (LIBC) is an outlet for competitive business students who have a passion for learning about higher finance industries like investment banking, private equity, venture capital and asset management. Through a variety of different initiatives, speakers and lessons, LIBC provides its members with educational supplements to their classroom experience through MBA-style lectures, debates on current financial news, networking trips, and case studies and group projects.

The Lindner Student Association (LSA) is the student governing body of the Carl H. Lindner College of Business. Its goal is to build better business students by providing leadership and development opportunities. LSA plans, hosts and supports coordinated programs and initiatives with the intent of providing students with opportunities to build leadership skills, grow professionally and engage with the community.

Lindner Women in Business (LWiB) is an organization partnered with Lindner's Office of Inclusive Excellence that prepares emerging leaders for future endeavors by providing allies, perspectives and resources. It is committed to creating equal opportunity by encouraging, empowering and inspiring each member of its community to achieve success, while uplifting others around them.

Neo is a student-led initiative with the goal of providing data analytics consulting to underrepresented businesses across the U.S. Neo is open to all majors and is dedicated to offering a social justice, educational and meaningful platform for UC students and beyond. Join as a project analyst, development program analyst, project lead or even as an exec member.

Net Impact's mission is to shift the narrative around sustainability and organizational practices to create transformative awareness for all UC students. Through fun and collaborative experiences, it develops conscious future leaders that understand the importance of the triple bottom line (people, planet and profit).

Pride at Lindner (PaL) supports LGBTQ+ folks and allies at the University of Cincinnati and beyond. It inspires our members to be educated, inclusive and empowered within their personal and professional lives.

Queen City Consulting provides pro bono, high-impact consulting services for businesses in the Greater Cincinnati area. Its team of leaders and innovators work with clients to overcome their most difficult challenges and drive growth in their businesses.

The Sales Leadership Club is an immersive organization that cultivates professionalism, confidence, resume building and interview skills. Expand your network in a fun and professional environment where you will be meeting students, recruiters and business leaders.

Scholars of Finance invests in undergraduate students through leadership development, mentorship and the active support of hundreds of purpose-driven finance executives and investors. Its members then join top firms, funds and a lifelong support community that empowers them to spend their careers serving the greater good using the biggest lever in the world: finance.

Students Consulting for Nonprofit Organizations (SCNO) a student-run organization that provides pro bono consulting for nonprofits in the Cincinnati area. 

This organization works with UC and its affiliates to plan and execute TEDx events at UC every year. TEDxUCincinnati wants to highlight community voices and ideas by providing relevant discussions, a forum to share ideas and many amazing speakers.

The UC Real Estate Association is a professional student organization whose sole purpose is to serve UC students with a professional or personal interest in commercial real estate. By providing opportunities to interact with industry professionals and other students, our organization is a platform for students to learn more about career opportunities in the various sectors related to real estate.

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Ric Sweeney

Director, Co-curricular Student Enrichment

2351 Carl H. Lindner Hall