Purpose: The ACM Chapter of Georgia College is a group of dedicated students and
faculty who are interested in exploring the present and future possibilities in computing
and learning more about how to use and develop them. All the Chapter's activities are
open to the entire University and Milledgeville community, regardless of computer
experience and background.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Gita Phelps
Purpose: Our goal is to help you learn technology and business skills, meet recruiters (and ultimately land a great career job), network with other students and alumni, and enjoy fun activities. We have weekly activities for topic nights, recruiter information sessions, game competitions, and outdoor fun. Come and join us!
Eligibility: Membership shall be granted to any full-time student who is a candidate
for a degree at Georgia College.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Bryan Marshall
Purpose: The Dean's Student Advisory Board (DSAB) is an organization of students committed to improving the academic, social, and professional quality of education in the J. Whitney Bunting College of Business. DSAB facilitates interaction between students, student organizations, faculty members, alumni, and administration. It assists in fulfillment of the mission of the College. The board responds to students' needs and serves as their voice within the College of Business, the business community, and the community at large.
Eligibility: DSAB is composed of the presidents of each student organization and representatives from each major, who are selected by the departments.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Matthew Liao-Troth
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Purpose: Delta Sigma Pi is a co-ed professional business fraternity. The local chapter, Iota Mu, was reactivated at Georgia College on April 13, 2002.
Eligibility: All business majors maintaining a 2.7 GPA are eligible for membership
Faculty Advisor: TBA
Purpose: The EIC is mainly a social organization in which students interested in economics can meet other students with similar interests. Meetings are informal. Each semester, the EIC sponsors several events, including a guest speaker, a field trip, at least one social event, and a seminar on applying to graduate school and getting a job.
Faculty Advisor Dr. Ben Scafidi
Purpose: The mission of the Global Business Student Leaders Association (GBSLA) is to serve Georgia College, its students, faculty, and staff by creating awareness among students of opportunities in the global business arena. GBSLA will strive to enhance communications with international business leaders by actively seeking opportunities through the J. Whitney Bunting College of Business, across campus, and in the global community to facilitate this mission.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Dee Sams
Purpose: The Marketing and Advertising Club is affiliated with the American Marketing Association (AMA). It provides students interested in marketing and advertising an opportunity to learn more about these areas through a number of activities including guest speakers at the meetings, field trips, and at AMA sponsored events where they get an opportunity to interact with their peers from other universities. In addition, members are encouraged to enter marketing and advertising competitions to develop their skills. The purpose of this club is to provide real world experiences through student activities that are designed to increase an individual's marketability and to give students a chance to explore the variety of choices available in the world of marketing. Members also have the opportunity to be involved with AMA Atlanta, which offers a number of educational and networking events.
Eligibility: Interest in marketing/advertising. Members will have the opportunity to be initiated into Alpha Mu Alpha-the national honorary society for marketing students that recognizes outstanding academic achievement
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Joe Schwartz
Purpose: The Society for the Advancement of Management is the world's oldest professional management society. Its origins date from 1910 and the work of Frederick W. Taylor, the "Father of Scientific Management." SAM is a professional
organization with 160 chapters nation-wide. The student organization is focused on education, networking, and empowerment to facilitate learning and develop the skills necessary to compete in today's global business environment.
Eligibility: Any Georgia College student in good standing who is interested in a career in management.