The following are undergraduate student organizations at the University of Rochester that are related to business.
The Psi Mu Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi is an all-gender professional fraternity. We believe in pursuing our passions and supporting each other in everything we do. Our chapter provides members with the opportunity to develop a professional network and sharpen skills applicable to a career in any field. Our members have diverse interests and passions and come from all years and majors. We participate in a variety of community service projects throughout the semester and enjoy social activities. Every semester we hold educational and networking events with alumni, professors, and professional leaders in a variety of fields–from finance to medicine to entrepreneurship.
The Forté Foundation is a non-profit consortium of leading companies and top business schools working together to launch women into fulfilling, significant careers through access to business education, opportunities, and a community of successful women. Forté Campus at Rochester is the second chapter of this nationally recognized organization. We focus on creating a strong network of students interested in supporting women as they expand their business and leadership skills through education, mentorship, and networking.
The goal of FEC is to foster a friendly environment where undergraduate students interested in economics and finance can network with each other and learn about great career opportunities. We aim to connect students to Rochester faculty and alumni as well as professionals outside of the University. Through events with professionals, closer interaction with the economics department faculty, networking events, and other programs, FEC provides a forum for students of any specialty interested in economics, business, and finance.
The Meliora Finance and Investment Group is an undergraduate organization that seeks to elevate the skill set of students with investment and finance-related interests. Our club reviews techniques for stock valuation and business analysis in a simulated work environment. Advice for casual investing, academic planning, and personal presentation is also provided. No prior experience is needed. Our goal is to teach personal money management as well as the technical skills necessary to succeed in a finance-related career.
The following are undergraduate student organizations at the University of Rochester that students may also be interested in joining.
She’s The First at the University of Rochester aims to sponsor girls’ education in low-income countries, allowing them to become the first in their families to graduate from secondary school. We achieve this through both fundraising efforts, as well as events to raise awareness about the issue of poverty and education for women. This chapter is part of a larger national organization: She’s The First. In addition, our chapter promotes education locally, partnering with organizations in the Rochester community to offer students tutoring and mentorship.