Student clubs and organizations are very popular at GGC, and academic/honorary clubs are no exception. The School of Business faculty works with business-related student clubs to assist students in exploring their passions and developing their leadership skills.

Accountancy Student Organization

The mission of the Accountancy Student Organization is to provide an environment that allows for the development of skills necessary for a career in accounting, to provide a forum for students to network with accounting professionals, accounting faculty, and other students, and to provide a social environment to enhance their professional and personal skills.


Reanna Berry, Instructor of Accounting, 678.578.9073

Ben Akins, Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Taxation, 404.989.2952

Economics Club

The Economics Club is a forum for students interested in Economics to gather and discuss current events and hot topics. Economics faculty often join meetings, providing a unique, small group atmosphere for students to casually interact with economists and learn about a variety of fields, views, and career paths for aspiring, young students.


Amanda Wilsker, Assistant Professor of Economics, 678.471.1483

The Entrepreneurs Network (TEN)

The Entrepreneur Network is focused on creating a network for entrepreneurs/aspiring entrepreneurs that helps them build and add value to their own businesses and to the GGC community.


Phillip Hartley, Assistant Professor of Marketing and Global Business, 678.628.0640

Jason Gordon, Assistant Profess of Legal Studies and Management, 404,913.5297

Finance Club

The mission of the Finance Club is to educate and spread knowledge about all matters related to finance because finance is a fundamental and integral part of today’s society. The club also encourages future generations to be conscious of topics, such as: personal finance, corporate finance, and ethical financial practices and how it affects all individuals of society.


Juliet D'Souza, Associate Professor of Finance, 678.407.5763

Association of Latino Professionals For America

The Association of Latino Professionals For America (ALPFA) Student Chapter at Georgia Gwinnett College is the first Latino business organization at GGC. ALPFA seeks to empower and develop Latino men and women as leaders of character for the nation in every sector of the global economy.


Carlos Ruiz-Burgos, Associate Professor of Management, 678.407.5794

Luis Torres, Assistant Professor of Marketing, 678.471.1355

National Society of Leadership and Success

The National Society of Leadership and Success is an organization providing leadership and success programming to students through experiential learning, professional guidance, and internationally renowned speaker content. Membership is by invitation only based on GPA, student classification, and leadership potential.


C. Douglas Johnson, Professor of Leadership and Management, 678.407.5771

Management Information Systems Club

The Management Information Systems Club (MIS Club) is a registered student organization that supports students interested in pursuing careers in management information systems and is an affiliated student chapter of The Association for Information Systems.


Brett Young, Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems, 678.832.7212

Marketing Club

The Marketing Club’s mission is to develop and educate the most prepared candidates for marketing careers. We focus on providing our members with the knowledge, tools, and encouragement needed to become world-class leaders in the field of marketing.


Robert Anservitz, Assistant Professor of Marketing, 678.407.5620

Omicron Delta Epsilon: The International Honor Society for Economics

Membership into Omicron Delta Epsilon is reserved for students who are concentrating in economics, have completed 12 or more credit hours in economics, have at least a 3.0 GPA in their economics courses, and at least a 3.0 GPA overall. All inductees must also be invited by the GGC economics faculty to join. The society's primary purposes are to recognize outstanding scholarship in economics and to establish closer ties between economics students and faculty, both within GGC beyond.


Wes Routon, Assistant Professor of Economics, 470.955.0549

Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society

Membership in Sigma Beta Delta is reserved for students who rank in the upper 20 percent of their junior or senior class. All student inductees must be invited to join. The society’s purpose is to encourage and recognize scholarship and accomplishment among students of business and to encourage and promote aspirations toward personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind.


Brett Young, Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems, 678.832.7212