College of Business

Student Organizations

Ask your advisor about meetings and membership to the following student-led organizations:

Alpha Kappa Psi

Delta Upsilon Chapter
Local Chapter link:
National link:

Alpha Kappa Psi is a professional development fraternity recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders. The Delta Upsilon Chapter hosts the Idaho Business Leader of the Year every spring.

Open to undergraduate students.

The Informatics and Computer Science Student Organization

The ICS Student Organization is devoted to all things related to computing, including business informatics, health informatics, data analytics, and computer science at Idaho State University. The goals of the ICS Student Organization include increasing knowledge of and greater interest in modern computing, informatics, and STEM, promoting greater interest in computing and its applications, and creating a positive means of communication between persons having an interest in computing. The ICS student organization sponsors guest speakers and provides networking opportunities for students in the fields of informatics and computer science.

Open to undergraduate and graduate students. Any ISU student in a computing-related major or minor, and anyone with an interest in IT or STEM, are welcome to join.

Beta Alpha Psi

International Honorary Organization for Financial Information Professionals
Eta Lambda Chapter
Local Chapter link:
National link:
Campus Box 8170

The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. This includes promoting the study and practice of accounting, finance and information systems; providing opportunities for self-development, service and association among members and practicing professionals, and encouraging a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility.

Open to undergraduate and graduate students.

Economics Club

Economics Club is a great way to get involved and learn about the more exciting applications of economics. Econ club provides students with opportunities to go on field trips, compete in events, explore non-traditional applications of econ, and learn from hosted alumni speakers. The club has hosted nationally recognized Stand-Up Economist Yoram Bauman, went on a private tour of the SLC Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank, and continuously hosts successful ISU Econ Alumni speakers sharing their tips for post-collegiate success. The club is open to all students (undergraduate and graduate) who would like to get involved!

Check out our club Facebook page for more information

Finance Association

Local Chapter link:

The Finance Association introduces students interested in finance to each other, faculty members, and local professionals. The ISU FA's goal is to enhances knowledge of finance and develop a professional bond among members. Benefits include stock picking contest (cash prize), guest speakers and opportunities for extra credit in some classes. Click here to sign up.

Open to undergraduate and graduate students.

ISU Marketing Association

The ISU Marketing Association facilitates the opportunity to gain valuable networking experience for students who are passionate about marketing. The Marketing Association provides guest speakers, job shadowing opportunities, and visits to companies and other organizations. In addition, the Marketing Association works with other clubs on campus and local companies to assist in their marketing efforts, providing members with hands-on experience in this industry. This club is open to all undergraduate students. Follow, like, and contact us through our social media handles for updates:


Facebook: ISU Marketing Association

Instagram: isumarketing

Twitter: @MarketingIsu

Graduate Association of Business Students

The Association complements the College of Business's graduate programs by creating valuable networking opportunities both among the students in the programs and with the business community.

GABS is open to all CoB graduate students and alumni.

Student Acquisition and Cultural Assimilation Association

SACAA introduces new students to the Idaho State University (ISU) culture and Pocatello community. It provides guidance and assistance with cultural assimilation, adjustment, and regulatory compliance for first-year students. SACAA aims to inspire cross cultural understanding, and enhance the university experience through shared learning. It strives for excellence by improving student relationships with the university and other student organizations. SACAA aims to work as ambassadors of globalization and provide students the opportunity to learn about academics, employment opportunities, housing options, and university regulation.

This club is open to all the students, faculty and alumni at ISU who are willing to help new ISU members and develop friendships. The club welcomes all the new students at ISU and will be more than happy to answer any questions before their arrival or once they reach the university.

For further information, you can send an email to

Student Association of Health Care Administrators

SAHCA organizes students interested in Health Care Administration and related professions, engaging them in activities that encourage professional development, social interaction, and networking opportunities. SAHCA is open to all ISU students interested in health administration, health promotion, and health care. One opportunity SAHCA offers is monthly Brown Bag Luncheons. Students are able to learn, interact, and network with health care related speakers at these meetings.

SAHCA Website


921 South 8th Avenue
Pocatello, Idaho, 83209