Student Organizations

The Full-Time MBA offers students the chance to grow personally and professionally while making life-long connections and memories. You’ll have the opportunity to network and explore your interests through several student organizations.

The MBA Association (MBAA) supports academic engagement and professional development throughout the year to foster continuous growth. This group also sponsors networking events, including trivia contests, happy hours, bowling, tailgate parties, and a number of annual events – MBA Follies, Brisket Bowl, and The Big Event.

Aggie Women MBAs (AWM) focuses on building community and developing women leaders through social events, workshops, speaker series, and peer learning.

Mays Veteran’s Association is dedicated to easing veterans’ transition to graduate school and helping them and their families feel comfortable in the Bryan/College Station area. This group organizes Houston and College Station networking events for MBA veterans and announces job openings.

Mays MBA Pride focuses on professional development, networking, and building community for LGBTQ+ and Ally students.

Mays MBA International Student Organization (MMISO) supports camaraderie, professional development, and a smooth transition for International MBA students. This group networks with other International-student organizations at TAMU to get MBA students plugged in to the wider international network here on campus.

Mays Business School Consulting Club (MBSCC) works to provide an educational and networking platform for students interested in pursuing or continuing a career in consulting. MBSCC offers opportunities to interact with top executives in major consulting firms and networking events to meet with consultants in an informal setting to understand the industry better. The club also hosts information sessions to help members acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed in the recruiting, interviewing and consulting process.

MBA Finance Club provides educational and networking opportunities for students interested in a career in finance. Every semester, the group hosts the MBA Stock Competition, allowing students to practice their trading skills in a simulation game and compete with fellow students.

Aggies in Business (AiB) is a student led consulting organization working with real companies on actual consulting projects.

Partner & Family Cohort (PFC) is a ready-made social network and support group for the partners of MBA students. Comprised of a diverse group of men and women who have come to Bryan/College Station from all over the globe to support the endeavors of the MBA student partner, P-Cohort aims to fulfill the informational, social, and career development needs of its members.