Business Student Organizations
The following is a list of the Department of Business student organizations:
The accounting club helps prepare accounting students for immediate employment upon graduation.
Mr. Craig Fossett, Advisor - 970.248.1727
Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP)
AITP is geared towards promoting the growth of students involved in the Computer Information Systems major.
Dr. Johnny Snyder, Advisor - 970.248.1722
Association of Construction Project Managers (ACPM) Club
The Colorado Mesa University - ACPM Club provides students with the opportunity to extend their classroom studies to the real world. Special events, fundraisers, and even national competitions are among some of the projects ACPM Club is involved with.
Mr. Troy Miller, Advisor - 970.248.1551 - Advisor
Entrepreneurship Club (E-Club)
E-Club explores creative and innovative ideas and give members the opportunity to meet the people who bring them to life.
Ms. Georgann Jouflas, Advisor - 970.260.9500
Hospitality Management Club
Hospitality Club acquires knowledge about the hospitality industry while networking with professionals and fellow students. Opportunity to become members of the Colorado Hotel & Lodging Association.
Mr. Britt Mathwich, Advisor - 970.248.1819
Landman/Energy Management Club (LEM)
LEM Club promotes the highest standards of performance for all land professionals and students, to advance their stature and to encourage sound stewardship of energy and mineral resources. Promote networking with professionals in the landman/energy management field.
Mr. Steven Soychak, Advisor - 970.248.1246
Phi Beta Lambda (PBL)
In today's highly competitive business environment it takes more than just a business degree to succeed - it requires business shrewdness, leadership skills, and technical knowledge. This is where Phi Beta Lambda excels. By taking advantage of the many programs PBL offers, students acquire the skills that will set them apart from the average graduate. Members learn through participating in a variety of activities that help them build their abilities, while contributing to the improvement of the community in which they live, their school, and their chapter. Members have the opportunity to compete at the state and national level.
Ms. Deborah Parman, Advisor - 970.248.1170
Student Human Resource Management (SHARMA)
Joining SHARMA Club gives you a joint membership with our sponsors, the Western Colorado Human Resource Association. This allows student members to attend monthly luncheons that offer networking opportunities, at a discount. Your SHARMA membership will also allow access to the SHARMA web site, a comprehensive database of HR related information.
Dr. Pat Schutz - 970.248.1748 and Dr. Kyle Stone - 970.248.1969, Advisors
Tax Assistance Program (TAP)
TAP assists western slope residents in preparing and filing their tax returns. Contact Dr. Craig Fossett, 970.248.1727.