Interested in joining a Student Organization? Contact the Student Experience Center at experience-RSBC@camden.rutgers.edu today!
- Management Association
Promotes the study and understanding of management.
- Marketing Association
Promotes an understanding and awareness of marketing
- National Association of Black Accountants
A national organization bridging the gap and increasing opportunities for minorities in accounting
- Road to Wall Street Club
Connects AMBITIOUS students with world class firms in New York City and Philadelphia and demonstrates the “steps-to-success” needed for the business world to students.
- Student Finance Association
Provides students with opportunities to receive an in-depth view of the financial world
The Athenaeum honor society was founded in 1952 by Rutgers professors Weissman and Dr. Wentz to encourage and recognize academic excellence on the Rutgers University-Camden campus. Candidates for membership must be in their junior or senior year at Rutgers-Camden. Juniors must have a minimum GPA of 3.7 and have completed at least 80 credits at Rutgers–Camden by the end of the fall semester of their junior year. Seniors must have a minimum of a 3.5 and 60 credits earned at Rutgers–Camden by the end of the fall semester of their senior year. For information, email the Student Experience Center.
- Beta Alpha Psi, Kappa Gamma Chapter
An honor organization for students of accountancy, finance and information systems.
- Beta Gamma Sigma
International honor society recognizing the academic achievements of students enrolled in business programs accredited by AACSB International. By invitation only.
- Mu Kappa Tau
National Marketing Honor Society. By invitation of the Marketing Faculty to qualified Marketing majors who have demonstrated academic excellence.
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- New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Honor Society
The New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association established a statewide honor society for students studying business at both the two and four year colleges in New Jersey. Each year, the top 1 percent of undergraduate students pursuing degrees in business are invited to join.