Student Organizations are the stewards of campus life. Ranging from professionally minded clubs to student interest associations, student organizations lead activities and events that add life to the Georgetown experience and broaden the educational horizons of all students.
Students can develop leadership skills through student government by participating in the McDonough School of Business Academic Council. Made up of 12 student representatives, three from each class, the council acts as a liaison between students, faculty, and staff to enhance the business school experience. Other Georgetown McDonough clubs include:
Georgetown Accounting Society
Financial Management Association
Undergraduate Marketing Association
OPIM Majors Group
McDonough Retail & Luxury Association
McDonough Global Student Association
Outside of these organizations, students have the opportunity to become involved in a myriad of business and non-business related clubs, organizations, and student groups.