Clubs are where student gain value leadership experience as well as a place to recognize their achievements.
The Ursinus College Investment Club was formed in 2003 with the mission to help students learn and understand the complexity of financial markets, securities, and institutions. The Investment Club helps students develop skills in economic, industry, and security analysis. The club promotes various activities that will develop greater awareness and understanding of investing. The Investment Club solely manages the Rev. Dr. Harold C Smith portfolio, a small fund entrusted to club members. For more information, contact email@example.com. You can learn more here.
The Ursinus College Enactus Club, founded in 2007 as a student-run activity open to any major, aims to engaging the community in the ideals of free enterprise, entrepreneurship, market-based economics, and sustainable economic opportunity. Students leverage classroom experience to develop and implement an array of projects that have included teaching schoolchildren financial literacy, assisting disabled persons in achieving economic independence, creating marketing strategies for social service agencies, and helping small business owners operate more efficiently.
OMICRON DELTA EPSILON ECONOMICS HONOR SOCIETY
ODE honor society membership is offered to Ursinus students whose GPA’s are greater than 3.4 and have completed at least 12 credits in economics courses with a minimum of a B in each course. Members receive a subscription to ODE’s research journal, The American Economist. The honor society annually sponsors the BE undergraduate research conference, held each April on the Ursinus campus. The ODE research conference involves students and faculty from a variety of colleges and universities who present their research projects and act as discussants for one another. Typically, more than 20 Ursinus students participate in this conference.
SIGMA IOTA EPSILON MANAGEMENT HONOR SOCIETY
The Zeta Psi chapter of SIE recognizes academic excellence in management coursework. SIE’s mission is to encourage and recognize scholastic excellence and to promote cooperation between the academic and practical aspects of management. Qualifications for SIE membership require students to have completed at least 12 credits in management courses with a minimum of a B in each and a minimum of a 3.3 overall GPA.