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Student groups at Daniels provide a forum to foster professional relationships, establish networking opportunities, and create lifelong friendships while enhancing the curriculum and building a strong sense of community.  

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ALPHA KAPPA PSI

Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest international business fraternity. The Beta Chapter was founded at DU in 1910 and reestablished in 2002. AKPsi is a diverse group of undergraduate and graduate co-ed students with degrees in fields such as Business Administration, Economics, Legal Studies, and Real Estate, among others. We are unified by our passion for business and our common goal of success in the business world.

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ALPHA SIGMA GAMMA

Alpha Sigma Gamma is the International Real Estate Society created in 1993 to recognize the academic and scholarly achievements of real estate students, faculty and professionals throughout the world. Sponsored by the American Real Estate Society (ARES), it’s the premier organization of its kind, with over 700 lifetime members and a growing number of active chapters. Contact: Lora Hacker, assistant director of academic programs at the Burns School of Real Estate & Construction Management, lora.​hacker@​du.​edu.

BETA ALPHA PSI

Beta Alpha Psi is an international organization, recognizing scholastic excellence in Accounting, Finance, and Information Technology. Many of the organization’s programs serve the community, facilitate social interaction among professionals, and prepare students to embark upon a career in their chosen fields.
Contact: president.dubap@gmail.com

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Black student alliance

A University-wide group to connect Black students personally and professionally.

Contact Us: cmeinfo@du.edu
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Daniels Consulting Firm (DCF)

The Daniels Consulting Firm (DCF) is a student-created, student-led consulting firm that draws talent from all Daniels College of Business disciplines. DCF consultants are trained in Daniels’ core strengths: ethics in business, sustainable development, internationalization, entrepreneurship. Student consultants are selected through a rigorous recruitment process to ensure only the most competent, professional, and committed students are placed on consulting projects. DCF requires exceptional work standards from our student consultants. DCF skill sets include technical financial expertise to achieve profitability, strategies to strengthen core business operations, risk management, business intelligence, real estate development, market research, and marketing strategy and implementation. We guarantee our clients fresh ideas, technical skill sets, ethical practice and professionalism.
Contact Us: danielsconsultingfirm@gmail.com

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Daniels Graduate Business Information and Analytics (BIA)

The University of Denver, Daniels BIA Association, Student Chapter of INFORMS, works to build a community extending beyond academic study to build supportive friendships and alumni connections that strengthen professional success and personal fulfillment. The association hosts quarterly socials and key academic events to engage all MS BA students early in their program with others in the club. The club is inclusive of BA undergraduates and BIA enthusiasts enrolled in other graduate programs. By prioritizing alumni and faculty engagement through strong communication and participation in club events, the organization creates value and works towards building a diverse analytics community of active and invested professionals.

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DELTA SIGMA PI

Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civil and commercial welfare of the community. Delta Sigma Pi is open to all men and women in business or economics majors, and those who are also involved in social Greek life are welcome to join.

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Do U Entrepreneurship

The goal of Daniels’ entrepreneurship club is to expose creators and innovators from around campus to entrepreneurship. The group wants students from every college to feel entitled to engaging and participating in entrepreneurial events and resources around campus.

Contact duentrepreneurshipclub-g@du.edu or oliver.england@du.edu.

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DU MARKETING ASSOCIATION (DUMA)
By interacting with firms nationwide, leveraging faculty and alumni relationships, and successfully placing students in internships and full‐time positions, the DU Marketing Association (DUMA) seeks to strengthen the Daniels College’s and the University of Denver’s relationships within the marketing world. In order to fulfill its goals, DUMA prepares students through access to workshops, industry materials, networking opportunities, personal mentoring, professional speakers, and more.
Contact Us dumarketingassociation@gmail.com

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Graduate Business Student Association

We are the voice for the Daniels College of Business graduate students, and with the University of Denver, we build and foster meaningful, memorable, and successful experiences for our community. We enhance the Daniels experience through educational, social, community and cultural activities. The GBSA hosts two signature events- a winter wine tasting and the spring gala. Every year, GBSA helps support the annual Race & Case competition, one of the country’s premier business ethics case competitions.

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Graduate Student Association Council (GSAC)
The Graduate Student Association Council (GSAC) is just that—a council of all the Graduate Student Associations (GSAs) at the University of Denver. GSAC has two goals at the University: to foster a sense of community among the graduate students; and to represent that community and its interests at DU.

 

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Graduate Women's Coalition

The Graduate Women’s Council contributes to the holistic development of the University of Denver community through a feminist approach to empowerment. We provide leadership opportunities, foster an environment conducive to equal representation in higher education, and try to build alliances among various DU affinity groups committed to social justice.

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International Business Association (IBA)
The International Business Association (IBA) is a graduate student group at the Daniels College of Business that is focused on expanding the global mindset of our student body. We realize that working with people around the world is something that most people will face in their careers, no matter what their area of study is. We will open your eyes to the opportunities that arise when you think from a global, not a regional, perspective.
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National Society of Minorities in Hospitality

Educate to aid in the recruitment, retention, support and advancement of minority students in the hospitality industry. Build and maintain relationships between hospitality professionals and minority students in ways that encourage lifelong commitment to the organization. Contact: Lauren Sepulveda | lauren.sepulveda@du.edu

NET IMPACT
Net Impact is an international organization of more than 20,000 young business professionals across 300 national chapters committed to using the power of business to improve the world. The Daniels Chapter of Net Impact links the strengths from the various graduate business programs around DU to practical, real world applications. This is achieved through facilitated learning activities, industry networking opportunities and Impact consulting projects. We prepare our members for careers that will make a difference and have been supported by a large number of local Colorado for-impact businesses. Net Impact members include current and emerging leaders in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Social Entrepreneurship, Nonprofit Management, International Development, and Environmental Sustainability. Joining Net Impact will give you exposure to the socially and environmentally conscious business community in Denver and across the nation.
Contact Us NetImpactDU@gmail.com

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Outdoor Industry Club

The Outdoor Industry Club (OIC) is a graduate student–led organization with the mission of exploring our love for the outdoors, including business operations and environmental sustainability practices of the outdoor industry. It is our goal to facilitate industry events, including company tours, speaking engagements and other events that allow us to get outside and explore Colorado. Through these interactions we hope to learn more about how the outdoor industry conducts their business and help facilitate relationships within the industry for future job opportunities. We love to ski, bike, hike, climb and just have a good time in general. We’d love for you to join us! Contact: OutdoorIndustryClubDU@gmail.com

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Real Estate and Construction Management Club

The RECM Club was organized to enhance relationships between DU RECM students and Denver’s professional real estate and construction community. Membership in the RECM Club is open to all DCB students. The club provides opportunities outside the classroom that allow students to bridge the gap between the academic and real estate and construction communities. They do this by facilitating various networking and mentorship opportunities, providing opportunities for students to develop relationships with industry professionals, while creating experiences for students to gain first-hand knowledge of the real estate and construction professions. Contact: RECM Club President Matt Bullock

Undergraduate Affinity Groups

The University of Denver supports many groups that connect people and celebrate the diversity of our institution, including:

  • Asian, Biracial and Multiracial, Black, Latino, Muslim, Native, Queer and Vietnamese Student Alliances
  • Hillel
  • Trailblazers (for first-generation students)
  • Undergraduate Women’s Council

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UNDERGRADUATE BUSINESS STUDENT ASSOCIATION (UBSA)

The Undergraduate Business Student Association (UBSA) is an organization dedicated to providing support services to the Daniels organizations and planning events for the Daniels and DU community. The support services provided include: providing funding and ensuring that these organizations continue to remain funded through the Undergraduate Student Senate, providing calendars to ensure that events are not planned for the same day at the same time, communicating with the departments on behalf of the students through the Ambassadors program, helping to market events and fostering collaboration between organizations.

Contact: DCB.UBSA@du.edu

University of Denver Finance Club

Members of the club not only share a commitment towards developing the Daniels College of Business’ finance infrastructure, but ultimately, they are driven to see Daniels among the elite institutions in the world; a place they feel it rightfully should be. The Finance Club seeks to educate its members in the many areas of finance, by developing its members’ financial skills and interviewing techniques and placing its members at leading financial institutions. We will continue to seek out new opportunities to expand our skill set and further our progress in the world of finance. Contact Us financeclubdu@gmail.com Learn More

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER STUDENT INVESTORS GROUP (DUSIG)

An organization that aims to help members develop practical investment skills and test them in a risk free environment for personal and professional success.

Contact: udenversig@gmail.com

Veterans Peer to Peer Network

The Peer to Peer network pairs incoming veteran students with veterans who have experience at the University of Denver and are ready to introduce the new students to our University community and help them make a smooth transition to higher education. 

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WOMEN IN BUSINESS (WIB)
We provide a values-based network of women who advocate personal growth, leadership development, and future opportunities in the business community. We are dedicated to helping members understand their individual leadership style, build effective communication strategies, and develop a strong personal foundation. This is done through a variety of events involving networking, community involvement, fireside chats, and round-tables with female professionals from the area.
Contact Us danielswib@gmail.com

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Create Your Own Group

If you don’t find a graduate or professional student organization to fit your interests, create your own. Contact Roberta Nicknish for more information.

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