Olin student organizations are a valuable way for students to:
Learn real-world skills. Pursue specific interests. Gain leadership experiences. Network and meet other students.
Olin Business Council: OBC is Olin’s undergraduate student government body. The organization represents the interests of the student body and provides community-building programming.
Olin Peer Ambassadors: OPA is committed to making the new student transition as smooth as possible by fostering relationships with prospective students and sustaining these connections when new students arrive on campus.
Computer Comfort: Computer Comfort gives back to the St. Louis community by teaching senior citizens to use computers, tablets, and smart phones, allowing them to connect to their families and the world around them. Lessons on technology basics for seniors are held on campus. All WashU student volunteers are welcome.
MoneyThink: This organization educates the underprivileged middle and high school students of St. Louis about financial literacy and entrepreneurship, allowing them to better understand the world at large and manage their finances.
WashU Accounting Club: WACC is a great way for underclassmen accounting majors to learn from upperclassmen accounting majors who have already begun and/or completed the accounting recruiting process. All members will be given a course guide created by two graduated accounting majors who are both employed at top accounting firms. Through WACC, members are exposed to interview and recruiting prep, information about the CPA exam, and tips to completing the accounting major at WashU.
Washington University Consulting Association: WUCA provides exposure to the consulting industry through case interview practice, exclusive employer networking events, and a strong community of students also interested in consulting.
WUSTL Initiative to Increase Mainstream Value of Equitable Stocks Trading: WIMVEST strives to bridge the knowledge gap between intermediate and beginning traders, while growing professional skills outside the classroom in areas such as: Equity, Real Estate, Networking, Market Analytics, Strategy Planning & Execution, Options Trading, and Tax Literacy*
Washington University Investment Banking Association: WUIB has one goal: to help Wash U students land great investment banking internships. Through interview workshops, a mentorship program boasting over 100 members, and more, members will eventually become some of the best investment banking candidates in the country.
Washington University Marketing Association: WUMA’s mission is to help students obtain resources and develop skills related to marketing that will prepare members to become leaders in their future careers. Through workshops, speaker visits, and case competitions, WUMA strives to provide real-world experiences and knowledge to our members.
Washington University Student Investment Fund: WUSIF focuses on researching, pitching, and buying undervalued stocks for the club’s over $100,000 portfolio through fundamentals investment analysis.
Women in Finance Club: WU Women in Finance Club seeks to inspire and support young women to pursue careers in Finance through exclusive networking events, interview prep, attending women in business conferences, and having successful female upper-class students and alumni as mentors.
Alpha Kappa Psi: AKPsi is the nation’s oldest and largest professional fraternity. Our members are co-ed, come from all academic disciplines, and maintain an active presence in the campus community. We organize social, professional, and philanthropic events and facilitate our members’ professional development while having fun.
Beta Alpha Psi: The primary objective of BAP is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field through the study and practice of accounting and finance.
Delta Sigma Pi: DSP is an international business fraternity that hosts professional, community service, and social events; it allows members to network and gain professional development experience.
Epsilon Nu Tau: ENT is a coed, professional fraternity which helps students launch and maintain sustainable businesses. ENT is based on the principles and ideals of entrepreneurship, brotherhood, professionalism, sales, and ethical business practices.
Phi Gamma Nu: Phi Gamma Nu is a business fraternity that emphasizes a balance between its three pillars of professional development, philanthropy, and brotherhood. It is committed to creating a brotherhood of diverse minds and is open to students across all schools and majors.
Arch Consulting: Arch Consulting is a business case competition group that competes all across the country at events hosted by top business schools.
Business of Sports Society: The Business of Sports Society was founded for students interested in learning more about sports industry and event management. BOSS’ objective is to establish and strengthen a current understanding of the sports industry and its current innovations, while developing members professionally and introducing them to available opportunities through mentorship, on-campus programming, and alumni relations.
China Business Association: Mission is to provide financial and business information to students for professional development and to create a strong network of students who want to pursue a career in both the U.S. and China.
Diversity and Inclusion Summit: This summit is an annual summit that aims to push forward a movement of advocacy, so all Washington University students feel empowered to be their authentic selves, and to be sensitive to the varying experiences of individuals. To create thriving communities, it’s important we have a thriving understanding of what accepting culture looks and feels like.
Korean Undergraduate Business Association: KUBA’s main objective is the professional development of its members in order to create a strong network of Korean graduates who are successful in the business world.
Net Impact: Our unique mission is to improve the world by growing and strengthening a network of new leaders who believe in the power of business to make a positive social, environmental, and economic net impact.
Olin Venture Capital: Olin Venture Capital is dedicated to providing its members exposure to VC industry through deep engagements with organizations and companies throughout the venture capital ecosystem.
OWN IT: A summit held in November that consists of a series of speaker panels, events, and opportunities to inspire young women. OWN IT is bridging the gap between female leaders of the 21st century and millennials who admire them by shaking up the women’s leadership arena and producing accessible events for college-age women.
Proud Network: Proud Network is an organization that serves as a resource for individuals who identify as LGBTQIA+ and strives to inform the role of allyship in the WashU community. We are here to support students develop professionally as well as make them understand that your identity does not have to be separate from your personal brand. Our events include speaker series, professional workshops, community outreach, and bringing awareness to outside opportunities that value diversity and inclusion.
Society of Hispanic Business Professionals: The Society of Hispanic Business Professionals is an organization of Hispanic undergraduate students interested in entering into a career in business upon graduation. Our goal is to network through Olin in order to discover more internship opportunities and connections for members. We believe building a network is very important in the business world and being minorities can help us with our goal of working for well-known organizations.
TAMID: The TAMID Group is a nonprofit, apolitical, and nonreligious organization that exists to develop the professional skills of undergraduate students through hands-on interactions with the Israeli economy.
WashU Sports Analytics: Sports Analytics allows interested and motivated students the opportunity to learn more about how statistics and data are impacting sports and to develop their own innovative models.
Women’s Empowerment in Business (WEB): is an organization with a mission to connect and support women in business. WEB will help educate members to navigate the business world through community, group, and one-on-one discussions. Members will have the opportunity to learn about specific areas they are interested in or talk about their experience in fields they are skilled in. Every member of WEB has an active role in shaping this community, and our goal is to create a lasting, expanding network of support for life.