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Student Organizations

The Rutgers School of Business-Camden (RSBC) has many student organizations that provide students with insight into various areas of interest pertaining to each discipline. These organizations operate under the campus Student Governing Association (SGA).

More information about the currently active student organizations can be found at

Professional Organizations

Management Association

Parent Organization: Student Government Association

Rutgers-Camden Management Association promotes the study and the understanding of management in all its various aspects and how different managerial skills can be applied in different business entities. We coordinate fun networking/guest speaker events, leadership panel discussions, interview boot camps and résumé critique workshops, business field trips, and most of all we work with different companies to provide management jobs/internships.

The Management Association prides itself in helping business students develop or cultivate their leadership and managerial skills. We believe all RSBC have the potential to take on the world and we want to help you get the process started and reach your highest leadership potential.

Marketing Association

Parent Organization: Student Government Association

The Marketing Association strives to provide insights into all aspects of marketing through various events, guest speakers, site visits, and charity work. Leadership opportunities allow students to have a direct impact on the direction of the association and the Rutgers community, while creating beneficial contacts and building valuable experience.

Student Finance Association

Parent Organization: Rutgers University-Camden

Our mission is to provide the students of Rutgers-Camden with opportunities to receive an in-depth view of the financial world. We want to provide our members with the knowledge and skills to have a successful career within finance.

National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)

Parent Organization: Student Government Association

NABA's mission is to meet the needs of their members and build future leaders. This is accomplished by uniting members who are established in their careers with students who have similar interests. NABA is committed to promoting professional and academic excellence, civic engagement, and enhancing opportunities for people of color in business-related fields. There are currently over 150 student chapters nationwide. Membership allows students to take full advantage of the resources provided through the NABA network. These resources include workshops, conventions, and career fairs. Student chapters are inclusive of all races and ethnicities, as well as all majors.

Honors Organizations


The Athenaeum honor society was founded in 1952 by Rutgers professors Weissman and Wentz to encourage and recognize academic excellence on the Rutgers University-Camden campus. Candidates for membership must be in their junior or senior year at Rutgers-Camden. Juniors must have a minimum GPA of 3.7 and have completed at least 80 credits at Rutgers-Camden by the end of the fall semester of their junior year. Seniors must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 GPA and 60 credits earned at Rutgers-Camden by the end of the fall semester of their senior year.

Beta Alpha Psi, Kappa Gamma Chapter

An honor organization for students of accountancy, finance, and information systems.

Beta Gamma Sigma

International honor society recognizing the academic achievements of students enrolled in business programs accredited by AACSB International. By invitation only.

Mu Kappa Tau

National Marketing Honor Society. By invitation of the marketing faculty to qualified marketing majors who have demonstrated academic excellence.

New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Honor Society

The New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association established a statewide honor society for students studying business at both two- and four-year colleges in New Jersey. Each year, the top 1 percent of undergraduate students pursuing degrees in business are invited to join.

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