Business Clubs

Alpha Kappa Psi—Lambda Upsilon Chapter

This national, professional, business fraternity gives business students an opportunity to interact with one another outside of the classroom. Members enhance their educational experience by attending presentations given by business professionals and taking tours of local businesses.

Butler Global Supply Chain Management Organization

The mission of Butler’s Global Supply Chain Management Organization is to provide a forum for members of the Butler community to converse, interact, and learn from real-life examples of effective supply chain management and logistics in real organizations, as well as providing growth and career opportunities in Supply Chain Management.

Butler Entrepreneurship and Innovation Club

The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Club gives students the opportunity to access relevant entrepreneurial resources, network with prominent community entrepreneurs, and share ideas. Members gain hands-on entrepreneurial experience through business and experiential ventures on campus and within the community.


DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in high schools and colleges across the globe. The collegiate level is made up of 200+ chapters and over 4,400 members across the world.  Through leadership, networking, and collaboration, students will learn the ins and outs of the 21st century workforce while competing for the title of “best in the world” in one of 25 competitive events.

Butler University DECA was founded in 2022 with the purpose of bringing the benefits of the organization to anyone who wants to join. This club is open to ALL students at Butler, regardless of their major. Former DECA members from the high school level are highly encouraged to continue their journey at the collegiate level. Go DECA Dawgs!

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Financial Management Association (FMA)

Financial Management Association International (FMA) is a global leader in developing and disseminating knowledge about financial decision-making. FMA’s mission is to broaden the common interests between academicians and practitioners, provide opportunities for professional interaction between and among academicians, practitioners, and students, promote the development and understanding of basic and applied research and of sound financial practices, and to enhance the quality of education in finance.

Gamma Iota Sigma—Beta Lambda Chapter

Gamma Iota Sigma is the International Risk Management, Insurance, and Actuarial Science Collegiate Fraternity. As a student-run program, it provides students with the opportunity to develop leadership skills, as well as network with and learn from industry professionals. GIS makes numerous industry scholarships available and is a student talent pipeline.

International Business Organization

The International Business Organization aims to provide professional development focused on preparing students for a career in international business with the goal of connecting current students with international business contacts and mentors.

Management Information Systems and Technology Association

MISTA is a group of students interested in informing other students about MIS. The group regularly holds information sessions to discuss their interest in the field and talk about possible careers in the area.

Lacy Scholars

The purpose of the Lacy Scholars organization is to gain a working knowledge of the business world and to educate others as a form of service. Membership is selective and is based on the academic credentials of incoming first-year students.

National Retail Federation Student Association (Retail Club)

The National Retail Federation Student Association provides talented students interested in retail careers with unique educational, scholarship, and networking opportunities. Students participate in on-campus events and virtual recruiter chats and career fairs to promote career readiness, continuous learning, and internship and full-time opportunities.

Each January, Butler NRFSA brings students to the NRF Student Program in New York City for four days. The program gives students the opportunity to launch their future careers in retail by exploring various career paths in the retail industry, learning from the stories and insights of top retail executives, and meeting with dozens of recruiters from their favorite brands.

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