Undergraduate Business Student Clubs and Organizations

The Tepper School offers our top-ranked business undergraduates outstanding opportunities for leadership and career development in a wide variety of professional student organizations.

Business Technology Club (BTC)

The BTC brings together the computer science, information systems and business interests of Carnegie Mellon students to foster knowledge, network with company recruiters and promote business technology events.

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Carnegie Mellon Business Association Club (CMBA)

CMBA is an officially recognized organization and seeks to prepare students for the professional world of business through etiquette dinners, business fashion shows and information panels.

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Black-Latino Business Association (BLBA)

The Black-Latino Business Association seeks to create a community for students of diverse ethnic backgrounds to support one another in their academic and professional aspirations.  

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Undergraduate Consulting Club (UCC)

UCC, a small and diverse group of students from various disciplines, gives students from all programs and majors the opportunity to gain real-world work experience and improve business and technical skills in consulting.

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Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Association (UEA)

UEA is a student-run organization dedicated to promoting the entrepreneurial spirit at Carnegie Mellon through competitions, business development and networking with community entrepreneurs.

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Undergraduate Marketing Organization (UMO)

The Undergraduate Marketing Organization provides opportunities for students to interact with professionals in both business and education. Students participate in a variety of marketing activities.

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Tepper Finance Group (TFG)

The Tepper Finance Group (TFG) is the largest finance organization within Carnegie Mellon’s undergraduate community, and the parent organization for Tepper’s four undergraduate finance clubs: Introductory Finance Society (IFS), Investment Banking Academy (IBA), Sales & Trading Academy (STA), Tartan Student Fund (TSF).

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Smart Women Securities (SWS)

Smart Woman Securities is a not-for-profit organization focused on investment education for undergraduate women. Through instructive seminars, mentoring initiatives and meetings with successful investors such as Warren Buffett, SWS provides resources upon which women can build greater knowledge of the financial markets.

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