Participation in student organizations is one of the best ways to make the most of your Wisconsin BBA experience. You can pursue your passions, explore career options, make new friends, develop new leadership skills, and serve others.

The list of student organizations at the University of Wisconsin–Madison includes something for everyone. You can also choose from a wide range of organizations especially for business students. Our engaged student body brings enthusiasm and commitment to these organizations. In fact, when students see a need for a new organization, they often take the initiative to start one.

Most students choose to get involved in one or more student organizations. Student organizations for business majors are listed below. To search for organizations campus-wide, visit the Wisconsin Involvement Network.

Wisconsin BBA Student Government students

An Undergraduate Experience for Students, by Students

The Wisconsin Undergraduate Business Council (UBC) is the governing body of the BBA program at the Wisconsin School of Business. It was created for students, by students, and is dedicated to fostering an environment where people help each other succeed.

UBC serves as a liaison to all stakeholders within the business school, including faculty and staff. The organization promotes shared responsibility in decision-making and works to create an inclusive and collaborative community.

As a Wisconsin BBA student, you are welcome to become an active member of UBC—you may even wish to run for office and take a leadership position on the executive board. All of our student organizations provide opportunities to step forward as a leader and develop your teamwork and collaboration skills. These experiences enable you to learn more about yourself and build a stronger résumé.

Find the Perfect Organizations for You

Amber Donelson, BBA

“I’m the V.P. of communications for the Multicultural Business Student Association, so I actually get to reach out to employers and maintain that connection. I’m also in Habitat for Humanity. I love volunteering. It’s one of my values.”

—Amber Donelson, BBA