Student Clubs & Organizations

Kogod offers a variety of graduate and undergraduate student organizations and clubs. Our goal is to develop students as strong leaders of their organizations to become effective leaders in the world.

Kogod provides targeted advising for student organizations in officer training, event planning, goal-setting, organizational behavior and more.

Complementing the support from AU's Center for Student Involvement, business-focused student organizations receive additional support from Kogod in their management and promotion. See those student organizations below. No contact information for one of the groups below? Looking to start a new organization? Contact Kelsey Wali at kwali@american.edu.

GBA provides students a unified voice, encourages participation, promotes academic excellence and professional skill development, and enhances the quality of academic and social life. 

Email Vedanjali Mehta, GBA President, at vm9875a@student.american.edu for more information.

All Kogod undergraduate students are members of the Student Council. The council supports students through events and collaborative programming with other student-run organizations and is funded/facilitated through AU SG

The Club provides programming, networking and support for students pursuing accounting. The club hosts events and informs students about CPA requirements, graduate school, and careers. 

Contact Jacob Myers, president, at jm8652a@student.american.edu

This organization, for both undergraduate and graduate students, that provides resources and support to students who are interested in Analytics. The AU Analytics Club offers students a platform to understand the role of analytics in businesses and the challenges faced in the workplace. The club will offer opportunities to help students develop technical skills for data analytics and building networks as well.

Contact: auanalyticsclub2018@gmail.com

Alpha Kappa Psi (AKPsi) is a co-ed, professional business fraternity that focuses on education and social programs, community service and team work. 

Ascend enhances the presence and influence of current and future Pan-Asian business leaders and serve as a collective voice for Pan-Asian business communities.

Contact: auascend@gmail.com

The club creates partnerships that enhance intellectual and economic development in the Black community. It fosters economic and educational initiatives to support the African American community. 

Contact: Amber McGill, president, at am8011a@student.american.edu or kogodnbmbaa@gmail.com | nbmbaa.org

The Consulting Club strives to educate students about the field of consulting and provide them with opportunities, tools and experience to be successful. 

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.

The Digital Strategy and Innovation Club is open to both graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in digital marketing, innovation and analytics. It offers students career development and skill building opportunities with the network of professionals in tech and innovative companies in the DMV area, alongside a series of charitable and community activities throughout the year. For more information, please contact DigitalClub.AU@gmail.com.

The FMA is an international organization of financial executives, analysts, professors, and students. Membership is an opportunity to connect the classroom and real world and join the FMA global network. 

Contact: FMA@american.edu

This chapter will provide Kogod students with a platform to convene together and discuss emerging challenges and opportunities associated with the LatinX population across the public and private sectors. Students will get to network with speakers from various industries to learn about their career path and how they are work with the LatinX community both domestically or abroad. Additionally, students will be exposed to working directly with the community via community service projects, fundraisers, and social events.

Kogod Pride works to build community through social programming among LGBTQ+ students in Kogod, provide professional development and networking opportunities, and raise awareness about the issues facing the LGBT community in the workplace. Open to undergraduate and graduate students.

KPEVCC is comprised of graduate and undergraduate students with diverse backgrounds. The expressed purpose is to educate members about the private equity and venture capital industries. 

Contact: Hannah Gumpert, president, at hg6689a@student.american.edu

This chapter of the National Association of Women MBAs seeks to promote the education and advancement of women in business by providing support through networking and mentoring opportunities. 

Contact: kwib.info@gmail.com | Club info page

Net Impact inspires and equips emerging leaders to build a more just and sustainable world. With 400 + chapters in nearly 40 countries, the Net Impact network is a diverse and determined force for good. At Kogod, the Net Impact Club seeks to provide graduate students with networking opportunities and practical tools for their careers. We welcome all industries and functions to come see how their talents can shape the intersection of profit and positive (net)impact. 

Contact: net.impact.kogod@gmail.edu

The American Fashion Society supports the interests of design and distribution of the fashion industry.

To promote and encourage the success of women in business through workshops, speakers, discussion, professional development and networking events.