Get Involved Clubs & Organizations at Kogod

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.

Club leaders write professional memos and use other professional skills to promote their activities and introduce event ideas to Kogod departments such as Marketing, Alumni Relations, Development, and Corporate Relations.

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 Adam Trent, GBA President, at for more information.

All Kogod undergraduate students are members of the UBA. The UBA supports students through events and collaborative programming with other clubs. 

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. 


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

AMA brings together students interested in pursuing marketing careers. The club brings top marketing executives to campus to discuss important issues and developments in the industry. 

The purpose of ACFE@AU is to give students interested in forensic accounting and other fraud related topics a place to learn, network, and have fun.


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

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: John Ladipo ( |

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

The club provides assistance and advice to all AU students who wish to create new business ventures related to products or services and who have an entrepreneurial vision. 


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. 


GCG provides resources and support for AU graduate students interested in consulting, through professional development and relationship-building programs that directly engage students with consulting professionals.

Contact: Addy Aggarwal (

The International Business Club seeks to leverage the opportunities available to students in Washington D.C. by inviting guest speakers, organizing off-site visits and holding meetings that seek to promote understanding of the global context in which business operates.

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: |

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: Faiza El-Hibri ( or Zoe Bludevich ( |

Net Impact is committed to using the power of business to improve the world. Club members attend conferences, plan community service projects, support local philanthropic events and hold panels on corporate social responsibility. 

Contact: |

The Kogod Hispanic Business Association is a network of students and alumni whose mission is to address the educational and business-related issues that are relevant to Hispanics. The Kogod Hispanic Business Association seeks to provide undergraduate and graduate students with networking and career opportunities and promote Hispanic business leadership and entrepreneurship. In addition, the Association will promote diversity, higher education, and foster growth and improvement within the Hispanic community.

The LGBT Business Association hopes to build community through social programming among LGBT 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.