Student Organizations

The Robbins College of Business and Entrepreneurship offers a wide range of activities for its majors. From taking trips to see the Board of Trade in Chicago, creating a youth camp to selecting your own stocks for an investment portfolio, there is something for everyone.

Accounting Club
Advanced Technology Student Organization (ATSO)
An organization for techies interested in new and cutting edge advances in information technology. ATSO holds weekly meetings demonstrating technologies, it performs community service renovating computers for non-profit organizations and organizes TigerLAN computer gaming events. The organization takes annual trips to meet potential employers and maintains a very active network of alumni who help with career placement.
Alpha Kappa Psi
Professional business fraternity open to all Business majors
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners 
The ACFE organization brings together students from many disciplines to promote the detection and prevention of fraud in business
Economics Club
It is open to all students for a blend of social and academic activities including tutoring and collaborative student research.
Finance Club
Financial Management Association 
Professional organization of financial executives, analysts, professors and students
KFHS Television, Radio, and Web
An organization open to any Fort Hays State University student interested in electronic media or who is interested in helping create a variety of electronic programs including: news, sports, music, entertainment, public affairs, and many other types of programming. Students may participate in front of the camera or microphone, may help with writing, camera work and editing, web creation, sports announcing, and even technology support.
Marketing Management Association - An Affiliate of Collegiate DECA
To provide educational opportunities for our student members through outside speakers, visits to businesses and networking opportunities.
National Broadcast Society
A pre-professional student organization for students planning a career in electronic media. The National Broadcast Society organizes shadow days of professionals in electronic media, attends state and national conferences, and participates in media competitions.
Pi Omega Pi
Business Education Club
Student Advisory Council 
Serves as an intermediary between COBE students and the Dean.
Tiger Investment Group
Learn more about all aspects of investing
Omicron Delta Kappa 
National Leadership Honor Society
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