Club (noun): an association of persons for some common object usually jointly supported and meeting periodically.
Saint Mary's College School of Economics and Business Administration is home to four student clubs and organizations:
Accounting Association - The Accounting Club provides a social and informational environment for students interested in accounting by taking an active role in inviting various professionals from accounting firms and local businesses to talk about the techniques, possibilities and employment in the accounting field. Email: email@example.com
American Marketing Association
The Saint Mary's College American Marketing Association Collegiate Chapter provides students of all majors with the opportunity to learn and apply principles of business and marketing, stay current with the trends in the marketing field, as well as network with professionals.
Business Club - The Club stimulates and promotes interest in modern economic, social and political questions, as well as possible career opportunities related to the business industry.
Economics Club - The Economics Club of Saint Mary’s College strives to engage students who are interested in economics through various academic and social activities. An emphasis is placed on connecting students with faculty and networking opportunities in an effort to extend economic education beyond the classroom.
Enactus is a community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better more sustainable world. At Saint Mary’s College of California’s the Enactus program, seeks to be avid supporters of the School of Economics and Business Administration whose vision is to develop individuals who think globally and lead responsibly and the College's mission related to engaging the world.
In addition to these clubs, there are many more clubs and organizations offered to undergraduate students.
The Saint Mary's College Investment Group is a student run organization, open to all Saint Mary's majors, that manages the Responsible Investment Fund, a privately fundraised $100,000+ portfolio.