Student Organizations



Accounting Club

Established in 1961, the Arkansas Tech University Accounting Club has a long history of fellowship and commitment to the accounting majors of this college. To join this club, you must be an Accounting major and pay a $20 fee each semester. For more information contact

Beta Gamma Sigma

Beta Gamma Sigma is the honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International- The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive in a business program accredited by AACSB International.




Enactus (formerly known as SIFE)  is an organization which engages university students around the world by uniting them behind one idea - economic opportunity should not be exclusive. The Enactus Team at Arkansas Tech University has been successful in impacting the educational and business communities around us.

Enactus - Entrepreneurial  - initiating ideas and business solutions with passion and innovation. Action - the experience of sustainable impact, activated with integrity. Us - student, academic and business leaders collaborating to create a better world.

Join Enactus today! You can develop your entrepreneurial skills with our organization. Prof. Alice Batch is the adviser for our team. Professor Batch's office is located in Rothwell Hall 423. Her email address is

You can also visit Enactus (Formally SIFE) at Enactus USA or Enactus Global.

Student Managed Investment Fund

The Student Managed Investment Fund is an organization in which the focus is on investing in Arkansas based public companies. It is open to ATU students who have at least junior standing and have completed one Economics and one Accounting course.  The Student Management Investment Fund can be used as a course and will allow an in-depth look into the stock market, public company analysis, and insightful instruction for ongoing portfolio management. This special topics class will be offered as a Finance course with the course number FIN 4101 and will be held in the brand new computer lab in Brown Hall (Brown 134). This class may be taken twice.  In the spring of 2018, the course number will be FIN 4102.

Society for Human Resource Management

The advisor for the Society for Human Resource Management student group is Dr. Loretta Cochran. Contact her at

If there is a club or organization not listed that you are interested in, please let us know. It only takes three people to start a club.