Student Organizations

Learn, compete, build your resume, and network with students and professionals.

American Marketing Association

American Marketing Association

Students making marketing mean more!

Our AMA chapter will help you gain valuable experience managing finances, people, projects and perfect leadership skills.

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Argo Investment Fund (The "Fund")

The Argo Investment Fund (the “Fund”) provides UWF students with a hands-on investment experience designed to enhance learning in the traditional classroom. Manage real money in the market, analyze companies to invest in, and meet investment professionals.

The Fund is operated with both educational and investment objectives, striving to:

  • Give students the opportunity to apply security selection and portfolio management theories.
  • Act as a platform by which students may improve their analytical, communication, and presentation skills.
  • Provide a forum for interaction and engagement with the financial community (through the use of guest speakers, delivery of student presentations open to guests from the financial community, encouraging professional contacts with local business leaders, etc.).
  • Focus on long-term growth of the Fund’s assets while, net of fees, bettering appropriate benchmarks (such as the S&P 500 Index) on a risk-adjusted basis.
  • Ethically and responsibly manage the resources under its direction to the best of its members’ abilities.

Open to all majors.

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Argonaut Hospitality Associates at FWB

We promote community enhancement through student involvement activities, encourage students to network and acquire professional contacts, create strategies to improve long term improvements of students learning, engage students in environmental conservation and awareness programs in our community and UWF, and expand the knowledge of opportunities available in hospitality field.

For more information, contact Marcia Dove, AHA Advisor.

Association of Information Systems

Association for Information Systems (AIS)

UWF's AIS chapter was created to build a lasting connection between Management Information System students and business professionals. 

The local UWF AIS chapter boasts numerous achievements and other recognition. UWF was one of the founding fathers top 50 charters for the global student organization. Your local AIS chapter is one of the few that is backed by an educational institution that is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Most importantly, its local community is formed from leading and world recognized UWF alumni.

UWF's local Association for Information Systems chapter welcomes all students and professionals to join its community and help build a foundation for future MIS students for years to come!

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Beta Alpha Psi

Beta Alpha Psi (Iota Phi chapter)

Founded in 1919, Beta Alpha Psi is an honor organization for financial information students and professionals. There are over 300 chapters on college and university campuses with over 300,000 members initiated since Beta Alpha Psi formation. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field.

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The Hospitality/Club Managers Association of America Club membership offers volunteer, networking, job and internship opportunities through conference trips, field trips, and other exciting events.

For more information, please email Devin Blackmarr, club advisor.

Delta Sigma Pi

Delta Sigma Pi (Eta Upsilon Chapter)

Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.

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Supply Chain Logistics Association

Supply Chain Logistics Association

The Supply Chain Logistics Association (SCLA) is a professional organization designed to give our members interaction with industry professionals. Our motto in SCLA is "Link with Industry, Launch Your Career" and that is exactly what we strive to do for our members every semester with the help of our Faculty adviser Dr. Keller, and other logistics professors Dr. LeMay, and Dr. Ralston.

Each semester we take our members on tour of local facilities that require logistics and supply chain management everyday including Hyundai manufacturing plant, Family Dollar Distribution Center, both the Ports in Mobile and Pensacola, Lewis Bear Company distribution center, and others.

We help our members build their resumes and connect them with recruiters from companies around the United States.

For those who are still in search of what you want to do after you graduate or even just looking at all the job opportunities that will open up in the next few years of your lives, I encourage you to join and attend our meetings. This is your opportunity to learn and be a part of how all the products in your life start in a manufacturing process and arrive to the consumer.

You might wonder what are some of the other benefits of attending the meeting and potentially joining the association. Here are a few:

1. Placement for our program's graduates is steady with nearly 100% placement for graduates wanting to enter the field of supply chain management and logistics. We graduate about 20 students per year and will be growing fast.

2. We have about 50 students in the current certificate and degree programs, and expect that to grow significantly as the first class to graduate with our stand-alone Supply Chain Logistics degree walks across the stage this December.

3. Industry reports show that about half of the U.S. companies plan to hire supply chain people within the year. Other reports show that there are many more job opportunities in supply chain logistics than there are graduates. The statistic I have see has been a 6 to 1 ratio of jobs to graduates.

4. We have some major industry partners that annually have been hiring many of our students, including Crane Worldwide Logistics, Avalex Technologies, Ascend Performance Materials, C.H. Robinson, J.B. Hunt Transport, and R+L Carriers.

5. Our logistics courses at UWF are some of the highest enrolled classes within the College of Business. That means that students are very interested in the classes and in the field as a career opportunity.

6. Our student teams have placed 1st through 4th in national-level logistics competitions in 8 of the past 10 years. We only began our program 10 years ago. In fact, in the Operation Stimulus Case Competition hosted by the Denver Transportation Club, we compete against some of the top Supply Chain Logistics programs across North America.

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Women in Business Organization

Women in Business Organization (WiBO)

WiBO is a new organization that will focus on networking students with other students and professionals. The organization is open to everyone, regardless of gender or major. We will be hosting a number of speakers from the school as well as working professionals from the local community. These speakers will bring insight and advice to students who are looking to advance in a professional career.We'll be hosting a number of guest speakers and workshops though out the semester on a biweekly basis.

The organization is open to men and women of all majors.

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