Clubs and Organizations: Business/Professional


Accounting Society (PLV): AA stress management, KPMG interview workshop, presentations, and other activities. For more information, e-mail

(NYC): committed to advancing the finance and accounting professions in the Asian and Pacific Islander communities. (Facebook)

Association of Latin Professionals in Finance & Accounting (ALPFA) (NYC and PLV): brings visibility and opportunities to Latino professionals in Accounting, Finance and other related fields. The Pace chapter of the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) ranked first in the Northeast Region at last year’s KPMG accounting case competition, held last in Orlando, Florida. For more information about the chapter and its activities, e-mail (Facebook)

Beta Alpha Psi (NYC): the national honors fraternity for financial information professionals. Lubin’s Iota Lambda chapter of Beta Alpha Psi placed first in collaboration, second in leadership, and third in strategic planning at the 2014 Regional Best Practices Competition and was awarded a Gold Chapter Award for 2013. For more information about the chapter and its activities, e-mail (Facebook | Twitter)

Lubin Graduate Marketing Association (LGMA) (NYC): The Lubin School of Business’ new graduate marketing club. For more information or to join, visit LGMA on Facebook.

Hospitality and Tourism Association (HATA) (NYC): provides opportunities for Hospitality and Tourism Management students to gain value-added educational experience beyond their course work, helping them to become future business leaders and entrepreneurs. HATA strives to enhance interaction among the Pace student body and faculty as well as with local, state, and national businesses and communities through intellectual and social programs on and off campus. For more information, e-mail

INFORMS (The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences) (NYC): a 12,000 member society representing professionals in the fields of operations research and the management sciences. For more information, e-mail

Institution of Management Accountants (IMA) (NYC): the worldwide association for accountants and financial professionals working in business. Pace’s IMA chapter connects students to professionals through exclusive networking events once every month and conference programs include prominent speakers, CPE-qualified educational sessions, workshops, and valuable networking opportunities.

Interactive and Direct Marketing Lab (IDM) (NYC and PLV): functions as a student-run direct marketing agency. Students at the NYC and PLV campuses can earn credit for their work in the IDM Lab or can work as volunteers to gain experience. For more information, please contact

Lubin Business Association (LBA) (PLV): serves as a business resource for Pace students focusing on management, marketing, and finance. For more information, e-mail (Facebook)

Lubin Graduate Society (LGS) (NYC): provides a forum that promotes learning leadership; fosters career advancement and professional equality; invokes innovation, diversity, and creativity; and builds friendships, networks, and togetherness among graduate students. For more information, e-mail (Facebook)

National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) (NYC): builds leaders that shape the future of the accounting and finance profession. NABA openly welcomes students of all nationalities and majors. For more information, e-mail

Pace Association of Collegiate Entrepreneurs (P.A.C.E.) (NYC and PLV): seeks to raise the awareness of entrepreneurship throughout the University and to foster entrepreneurial activities among students. For more information, e-mail

Pace Advertising Club (NYC and PLV): Operating like an advertising agency, the Pace Ad Teams help students develop the skills of problem analysis, creative design of media materials, and effective presentation to a professional jury.  At the 2012 American Advertising Federation’s (AAF) National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC), known as the “Olympics of Advertising”, the NYC Advertising Team placed third in a field of eight teams. For more information about the NYC Ad Team and its activities, visit or e-mail For more information about the PLV Ad Team and its activities, e-mail

Pace Finance Club (NYC): promotes and strengthens student awareness of the financial markets, investment and analysis, and portfolio management, while keeping its members alert of the various career opportunities available through our continuously expanding network.

Pace Investment Club (NYC): helps students interested in investments (regardless of their previous knowledge or investment experience) strengthen their understanding of how to invest for one’s future. Students will learn to analyze stocks in particular sectors, participate in a virtual stock exchange, hear from speakers, participate in debates, and more! (Facebook)

Pace University Marketing Association (PUMA) (NYC and PLV): a collegiate organization of students who are interested in the field of marketing. PUMA provides students with the opportunity, education, and experience to differentiate themselves from the competition. At the 2013 American Marketing Association International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans, Pace students represented the New York City and Pleasantville chapters of the Pace University Marketing Association (PUMA). The teams competed against many schools from across the country, winning a total of three awards. The New York chapter won the Regional Conference Award and the award for Outstanding Chapter Planning. The Pleasantville chapter won the Outstanding Membership Award. For more information about the PUMA chapter and its activities, contact (NYC) or (PLV). (Facebook)

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) (NYC): the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management. For more information, e-mail

Women in Corporate America (WICA) (NYC): dedicated to being future leaders of Corporate America by building inner strength, excelling professionally and academically, and helping fellow students succeed in the community. WICA creates a leadership environment, develops relationships among current members and alumni, hosts professional workshops, networks with external organizations, and is involved in community service. E-mail for more information.

For more information on professional organizations and for business-related honors societies, visit the Lubin website.

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