Weatherhead undergraduates join various student organizations within the school including:
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest professional business fraternity.
Beta Alpha Psi
Beta Alpha Psi is an international honor organization for accounting, finance and information systems students.
Case Marketing Club
An organization for students with a passion for marketing and advertising.
Consult Your Community (CYC)
Consult Your Community (CYC) helps prepare students for careers in consulting through semester-long, skills-based consulting projects. CYC mobilizes college students to leverage their education, digital fluency, mentorship networks, and knowledge to empower small business owners and drive change in our community.
ENTP+ enables, supports, and develops student entrepreneurs with events, networking, and skill-development.
Northeast Ohio Student Venture Fund
NEOSVF gives entrepreneurial students from higher education institutions an opportunity to better understand new venture through experiential learning opportunities relating to entrepreneurship, venture capital, technology commercialization, and economic development.
TAMID is an experiential learning-based club that is designed to introduce students from all backgrounds of study to the management consulting and financial services industries.
Weatherhead Economics Society
An organization for students seeking to foster both economics literacy and career development through professional, social, and educational events.
The Weatherhead Fund is a student-run investment club managing ~$500k in assets. The Fund is focused on providing members with hands-on capital markets experience and an introduction to the diverse field of financial services.
Wolstein Society is an honors society which recognizes outstanding undergraduate students in their senior year who represent the spirit of enterprise as demonstrated by leadership, scholarship, community service and professional will.
Women in Economics Club
Women in Economics is an organization that supports women as well as other underrepresented minority students in economics through community, mentorship, speakers, and collaboration with others. WE is interested in increasing representation of women and minorities in all levels of economics, from college majors to careers in economics.
There are many additional opportunities for undergraduates to get involved on campus through student organizations and Greek Life. Learn more about our student organizations.