Clubs

From clubs focused on professional development or nationalities and religious affiliations to those celebrating sports or microbrewing, there are over 100 unique student organizations at Columbia Business School to help expand your network, connect you with job opportunities, provide hands-on leadership experience, and enhance your life on campus and beyond.

You'll find clubs like the Columbia Entrepreneurs Organization, which encourages aspiring and current student entrepreneurs to explore and launch new ventures, or the Investment Management Association, where future investors host pitch practices and case competitions. The Green Business Club prepares students for careers in alternative energy while also encouraging other clubs and departments at the School to promote environmental responsibility.

The Military in Business Association leverages the capabilities and experiences of current and former members of the armed forces. Cluster Q, Columbia Business School's Gay-Straight Alliance, fosters a positive environment for all students, while Columbia Women in Business and the Black Business Student Association hold sold-out student conferences every year.

See the full list of clubs →