Accounting Student Orgs
The Accounting Club was established more than 30 years ago to recognize and encourage an active interest in the profession of accounting and to keep abreast of advances and trends in the accounting field. The organization provides a place for students with similar academic interests to meet, create friendships, communicate ideas, and acquire valuable knowledge of the accounting profession.
This is a great opportunity to get involved, meet new people, build your resume, and network with potential employers.
* Business casual dress is required.
Accounting Club Membership Form - Closed. Will reopen for Spring 2018.
Beta Alpha Psi was founded in 1919 and the Kappa Eta Chapter was chartered at Texas State University—San Marcos in 2001. Since their inception the national office has recognized them each year with the superior chapter award. This included their pledge year which has only been awarded to two chapters. Their chapter maintains this honor by obtaining pledges, members, and officers that commit themselves to the highest standards.
BAP Membership Form - Closed. Will reopen for Spring 2018.
NABA (National Association of Black Accountants) is a national organization whose aim is to promote and develop the professional skills of their members. NABA’s primary focus is on minority students interested in the accounting and finance fields, but the organization is open to students of all majors and ethnicities who are interested in working at various management and expertise levels across the broad spectrum of accounting and finance specialties in corporations, government and educational institutions.
We host a range of speakers that present on topics related to resume building and networking to industry related accounting and finance careers. We also volunteer at the Financial Fitness Fair, hold socials with other organizations at Texas State and other Austin Area NABA chapters.
To find out more about this prestigious organization, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.