The Hankamer School of Business features 19 professional organizations, six cooperative programs and two honor societies—all providing students an opportunity for personal and professional growth.
Current Student Organizations
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi is a co-ed Professional Business Fraternity with the purpose of developing principled business leaders.
Baylor AMA aims to provide members with professional development skills, networking opportunities, and educational opportunities that may not be found in the classroom. Baylor AMA aims to create a positive and welcoming environment that helps our members become immersed in the organization and grow as much as possible.
Baylor AIS is the official organization through the ISBA department that works to increase professional opportunities for MIS students.
ASCM helps Supply Chain Management majors meet fellow Supply Chain students, network with professionals, and make the most of their Supply Chain education. In short, we want to unite all Baylor Supply Chain students.
BAHR's mission is to empower students to grow in HR knowledge, network with HR professionals, and build relationships with fellow students and faculty to prepare students for success in Human Resources.
Black Business Students Association at Baylor
The Black Business Student Association (BBSA) is a professional organization established to serve Black and business-minded students. BBSA aims to unite our members under the common goal of better serving the Black community through corporate networking, mentorship, and business-related events that equip its members with the necessary skills to succeed in the professional world and beyond.
The purpose of Christian Business Leaders is to glorify the Lord and grow in our relationship with Jesus Christ. CBL accomplishes this by learning from Christians in the business world, being challenged to develop as servant leaders, building relationships within the body of Christ, and seeking God's will for our lives and occupations to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with the students and faculty of the Hankamer School of Business, and ultimately, the world.
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi is a co-ed Business Fraternity that focuses on Professionalism, Service, Social, and Scholarship.
Finance Society at Baylor
The Baylor Finance Society facilitates discussion-based meetings focused on analyzing financial news and market trends.
Gamma Iota Sigma is a Risk Management and Insurance Organization for all majors interested in the industry. Many networking and professional development opportunities for careers in Insurance, risk management, and actuarial science
Global Business Connect
Global Business Connect connects Baylor undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni that share a passion for going global. Global Business Connect's mission is to develop value-centered leaders that will impact the world of global business through academic and professional initiatives.
The Hanakmer Student Organization (HSO) serves as a liaison between the students of the Hankamer School of Business and the Dean of the Business School. HSO assists the Business school staff and administration in organizing events, managing business student organizations, and acting as representatives of the Business School to the students, faculty, staff and those outside of the Business School.
The Investment and Advisory Network at Baylor University is an organization with Junior and Senior student liaisons working with Sophomores interested in recruiting for Investment Banking, Private Equity, and Hedge Fund internships for Junior Summer. Liaisons teach content to prepare sophomores for recruiting, complete mock interviews, and connect members with I&A alumni for networking purposes.
The S3 Club aims to instill integrity in the business of sports and entertainment. S3 members faithfully live a life of integrity marked by a strong work ethic to influence and transform relationships in the sports and entertainment industry one person at a time.
The Startup and Innovation Club provides student entrepreneurs the resources to create, support, and obtain a strong foundation for future entrepreneurial endeavors. Join a community of driven thinkers and doers, from Freshmen to master's students who are curious about entrepreneurship, as well as students with startup experience. All Majors are welcome; entrepreneurship is not only for business students, but beneficial to those who want to own a private practice, professional artist, and many more. Being apart of SIC, students will have many opportunities which include: Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization's regional and global conferences, experienced speakers, pitch competitions, business start-up tours, and internships. With that being said, we provide many resources to excel and refine entrepreneurship skills. These resources include: numerous memberships, including the Collegiate Entrepenurs’ Program which allows students access to many applications (Quickbooks, Amazon Web Services, Slyngshot etc.)
The Blockchain Collaborative at Baylor University fosters a community of individuals interested in emerging technology and information security to develop industry-related skills and capabilities.
The Consulting Group At Baylor prepares students for a career in consulting by offering interview preparation, a plethora of information sessions with firms, real-world consulting experience, and guidance from upperclassmen preparing to enter the field
Women in Business at Baylor University is dedicated to developing a strong network of women to provide opportunities for personal growth and business relationship development by integrating professional insight, integrity and leadership through Christian faith. Women in Business at Baylor University website.
The Baylor Angel Network (BAN) is an investor network providing early-stage capital to strong entrepreneurial teams with developed products or services and early customer traction. Student analysts work with angel mentors to screen prospective companies and facilitate events for entrepreneurs to present to potential investors. BAN’s differentiator for investors and entrepreneurs from other angel networks is the devoted student analysts, and its differentiator for students from other Baylor business organizations is the real-world experience and connections with expert mentors.
BEST is a unique two-semester accelerated strategic management course for Seniors designed to help highly motivated students enhance their professional skills through a combination of teamwork, innovative learning methods, field cases and international exposure.
The BISRC is open to undergraduate student research assistants, and the purpose is to develop research methods training, faculty mentorship and small grant support.
The Christian Leadership in Business (CLB) Scholarship Program is a transformational, Christian leadership development program. The goal of the CLB program is to equip students to grow as leaders who exemplify and communicate the importance of ethical behavior and servant leadership in business. CLB students will also receive training to fulfill their calling as ambassadors for Christ (2 Corinthians 5:20) both now, as students in the Hankamer School of Business, and beyond, as they begin their careers after graduation. The CLB Scholarship will be awarded to students in the Hankamer School of Business who best meet the qualifications related to their commitment to living out their Christian faith in all areas of their life, including their future vocation.
Baylor's Center for Professional Selling engages in educational, developmental and research functions – all focused on promoting excellence in the fields of professional selling and sales management. The Center develops Christian businesspeople and leaders who are prepared for the challenges of the workplace.
The Professional Development Program (PDP) prepares students for a successful college-to-career transition. Developed for students within the Hankamer School of Business, the PDP is a student-run program with a series of events designed to facilitate learning opportunities for students outside of the classroom. Students enhance their understanding of different fields and build a solid understanding of different career opportunities.
Oso Launch is a program designed specifically for all student business owners on campus. It provides an environment for like-minded students to walk hand-in-hand with Baylor Entrepreneurship in an effort to grow the mindsets and skillsets needed to successfully run current and future businesses.