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Student Clubs & Organizations at Saunders

Student activities play an important role in student life and in what Saunders College of Business has to offer. Student organizations can help you develop leadership skills, provide networking opportunities, enhance education outside of the classroom, and strengthen the communication between faculty, staff, and students. Listed below are the various students organizations in which you may want to get involved. For a full listing of all 200+ RIT clubs please visit RIT Organizations at The Link.

Announce Your Activities

If you are looking to raise awareness for you or your club, check out these options to announce your club activities.

RIT Registered Student Clubs

APICS Student Chapter

President: John Fox
Vice President: Nikolas Kelley
Advisor: Professor Steven Carnovale, Ph.D.

APICS is the new association for Supply Chain Management. As one of the more than 200 APICS affiliated student chapters on college campuses throughout North America, APICS student members get access to educational programs, networking opportunities, certification exams, scholarships, awards, and other resources. They also have the opportunity to participate in local student case competitions offered through the District. Winners of District level competition will move on to compete in the international student case competition . 

Websites: APICS website
To Join: contact John Fox

Business & Technology Professionals (BTP)

President: Nick Renzoni Advisor: Professor Yang Yu, Professor Bryan Reinicke

The MIS-focused student organization building a foundation of technical expertise and business professionalism to develop tomorrow's leaders.

Websites: BTP Club Page, BTP Facebook Page
To Join: btp@saunders.rit.edu

DECA Collegiate Chapter

Saunders College of Business is excited to announce the formation of DECA, a nationally certified business program designed to improve your leadership and entrepreneurial skills through educational conferences, competitions and partnerships - http://www.deca.org/college-programs/.

This new club on campus is open to all majors and is a great way for students to connect with business professionals and make a difference. DECA has several opportunities to earn awards, scholarships and even travel across the country! So what are you waiting for? Join us today!

Websites: DECA @ RIT ClubDECA Collegiate Website
To Join: jcg4587@rit.edu or btr8449@rit.edu

Financial Management Association (FMA)

President: Jackson Wikstrom Advisor: Professor Hao Zhang

The RIT Financial Management Association is a Saunders College of Business club dedicated to the advancement of student-centric investing. FMA manages a $200,000+ Stock and ETF investment portfolio. FMA Meetings are weekly on Wednesday's from 5-6PM in the Sklarsky Business Analytics Lab (LOW-1125). Each week we discuss our portfolio standings, have stock pitches for both buying and selling, and have club discussion regarding news events. We also have several company visits/Guest speakers visit each semester from companies such as Vanguard, Northwestern Mutual, and the SEC. We also participate in the Adirondack Cup Small Cap Investment challenger every year. FMA is an open club for all RIT students, we have members from 5 of the 9 individual colleges at RIT.

Website: Financial Management Association
To Join: Contact the FMA President by email: Jackson Wikstrom

Global Business Group

President: Benjamin Rice Advisors: Professor Joy Olabisi and Natalie Surace

We seek to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment for all students to cultivate their own understanding of international business and global issues, learn and network with multinational organizations, and become the business leaders of tomorrow.

Website: Global Business Group
To Join: gbg@rit.edu

Lowenthal Service Group

President: Jasmine Ulger Advisor: Melissa Masline

The Lowenthal Service Group, a student volunteer and service group, is open to all students in the Saunders College. The students serve as ambassadors for the College in numerous events. The goal is to help students become active leaders and professionals in business.

Website: Lowenthal Service Group
To Join: Jasmine Ulger

Women in Business

President: Jeanette Elia Advisor: Professor Molly McGowan

RIT Women in Business (WIB) is dedicated to the success of women by providing the women of RIT an opportunity to advance their professional and personal development and join an encouraging community of aspiring and successful women. Through networking, educational events, and community service, WIB creates and strengthens skills in leadership, business, and relationship building.

Website: Women in Business
To Join: Email womeninbusiness.rit@gmail.com or join us on CampusGroups


Saunders Student Organizations

Beta Gamma Sigma

President: Dr. Victor Perotti 
Seargent at Arms: Dr. A. Erhan Mergen

The International Honor Society Beta Gamma Sigma is an honors organization that recognizes students that have achieved academic excellence in business studies. The mission of the organization is to encourage and honor academic achievement in the study of business, to cultivate and celebrate leadership and professional excellence, to advance the values of the Society, and to serve its lifelong members. Click here for a directory of the Saunders Faculty & Staff Members of Beta Gamma Sigma.

Website: RIT Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma
To Join: To be eligible for membership, a student must rank in the upper 10 percent of the sophomore class, upper 10 percent of the junior class, upper 10 percent of the senior class, or upper 20 percent of the masters class.

Business & Technology Professionals Club (BTP)

President: Nick Renzoni Advisor: Professor Yang Yu

The MIS-focused student organization building a foundation of technical expertise and business professionalism to develop tomorrow's leaders.

Website: BTP homepage
To Join: btp@saunders.rit.edu

Delta Sigma Pi

President: Amelia Sykes Advisor: Professor Sean Hansen

The International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi is a co-ed professional business fraternity since 1907 that promotes academic excellence, community service, networking and professional development. Check out their website for contact information and a message from their president.

Website: Delta Sigma Pi
To Join: deltasigmapi@saunders.rit.edu

Honors Program

Honors Advocate: Peter Rosenthal

The Saunders College Honors students participate in academic and service activities, collaborate with Engineering students in a seminar series that spans three semesters, and visit companies on a weeklong business trip in the spring. Learn more by visiting the Honors webpage.

Website: RIT Honors Program Website
To Join: Membership is by invitation to incoming freshmen and to academically qualified freshmen and sophomores.

Graduate Student Advisory Council (GSAC)

Saunders College of Business Representative:

Austin Obiora Okwudili

Next Generation of Accountants (NGA)

President: TBA Advisors: Philip C. Gelsomino, II 

The Next Generation of Accountants (NGA) is the club for students interested in accounting. The NGA provides opportunity, information, and career tools to future business leaders in financial fields.

Website: Next Generation of Accountants
To Join: Click Here

Saunders College of Business Student Government Senator

Senator: Mind Tienpasertkjj

The Student Government Senator is the link between the students in the Saunders College and the RIT Student Government as a whole.

Saunders College of Business Student Executive Board

President: Mind Tienpasertkjj Advisors: Dean Jacquie Mozrall and Heidi Boland

The Saunders Student Executive Board includes the elected leaders of Saunders affiliated student clubs. The E-Board exists to develop opportunities to connect and share common concerns and objectives, to achieve a common voice between elected student leaders and college leadership. Membership consists of the presidents of each club in the College.

Goals and Intentions

  • Saunders College Leadership: Serve as elected Saunders student leaders throughout the academic calendar, to represent the student voice with the Saunders Dean
  • Student Government Representation: The board will coordinate shared issues affecting Saunders students and clubs and report to the Saunders student senator for Student Government representation
  • Saunders Representation: Members will assist college with generating student awareness and interests in significant college events and activities, while engaging an inclusive community within Saunders College of Business
  • RIT Club Recognition: Peer support to help facilitate and encourage Saunders Student Clubs to be a Campus Life Recognized Club


To Join: email us.

RIT Marketing Club (RITMC)

President: Andrea Green
Advisors: Laurie Dwyer

The RIT Marketing Club is an open student group that provides member students with value building opportunities to network with local professionals and learn about the world of business. Activities include attending AMA (American Marketing Association) events and participating in case analysis contests.

To Join: Laurie Dwyer

Tiger House at BJTU Weihai Campus

Faculty Advisor: TBD

Student President: TBD

Tiger House is a student led initiative by students studying at the RIT China Global Campus in Weihai. Please visit the Tiger House web pages for more information.

Mission Statement - Through a series of student-driven activities, Tiger House prepares its members to be team players, act with integrity, caring global citizens, environment activists and responsible human beings.

Vision Statement - Tiger House is looking to build a unique culture on campus of BJTU and RIT in Weihai. This society will influence the spirit of sustainability, creativeness, collaboration and accountability for making a better world.

Note: The student organization web sites are the sole responsibility of the students that maintain them. Saunders College of Business does not endorse or support these sites and all problems or questions related to the individual sites should be directed to their respective Webmasters.

RIT Student Government Resources

Benefits of being a Student Government recognized club or organization:

  • Your own mailbox for shipping purposes in the Club Resource Center
  • Free marketing through the Campus Life Marketing Office
  • 175 FREE black/white single sided copies at the HUB each year
  • The ability to apply for Club Space to store your club equipment and belongings
  • The ability to form a club email and have RIT web space
  • Events throughout the year tailored for club recognition and appreciation - Club SpiRIT Fridays, Club Fairs, Club Banquets, etc.!

To explore all recognized RIT groups, or access your club's website, please visit the RIT Campus Groups website.

Need a Meeting Space?

Request a meeting space at reserve.rit.edu. The room administrator will contact you once your request have been approved.

Need Funding?

  • As a Saunders College of Business student, if you would like to request funds for an activity for yourself or for your organization's event, please contact us.

Student Clubs & Organizations