Student Organizations & Activities
There are more than 90 student-led clubs, organizations, and interest groups at Columbia Business School, and the diversity of our club life is a great source of pride. Participating in the activities enhances your professional and personal network, and gives you a chance to contribute to the culture and spirit of our community.
Student clubs and organizations vary in focus and include student government and leadership groups, career and professional clubs, community service organizations, and athletic/social clubs. You can visit the Student Guide for more information about student clubs.
With more than 100 events per week, Columbia Business School offers an array of programming to meet our students’ interests through involvement with centers, departments, and student clubs. Events range from brown-bag lunches to large-scale conferences. Conferences tend to be educational and community building in focus, providing several themed panels, one or two keynote speakers, and networking sessions.
Some of the student organizations that hold large scale conferences are:
Black Business Student Association
Columbia Investment Management Association
Columbia Women in Business
Health Care Industry Association
Latin American and Hispanic Business Association
Marketing Association of Columbia
Media Management Association
Private Equity and Venture Capital Club
Retail and Luxury Goods Club
Social Enterprise Club
South Asian Business Association
Silfen Leadership Board
Students also work with the Office of Student Affairs, Dean’s Office and
Office of External Relations to bring top-name speakers to campus
through the Silfen Leadership Series. For more information about the Silfen Leadership Series follow this link: David and Lyn Silfen Leadership Series.