College of Business Student Organizations


  - Accounting Club


  - Accounting Student Association


  - Enactus 


  - Healthcare Management Club


  - Marketing Club


  - Supply Chain And Logistics (SCAL)


Accounting Club

The Accounting Club has been involved in a number of activities that provide services to both ASU COB & the community at large.  Through these activities, students are able to develop effective communication skills.  The Accounting Club students were also able to visit a local CPA firm, where they benefited from interacting with professionals in their chosen field of study.

For more information, Please contact:

Dr. Forrest Thompson, (229)-430-0573

Accounting Student Association  

The mission of the Accounting Student Association (ASA) & the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) in the College of Business at Albany State University is to address the professional needs of its members and to build leaders that shape the future of the Accounting profession with an unflattering commitment to inspire the same in their successors.

The ASA/NABA shall unite through membership students who have similar interests and ideals.  Students that committed to professional and academic excellence, possess a sense of professional and civic responsibility, and are concerned with enhancing opportunities for authorities in the accounting profession.  The goal of the ASA/NABA include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • To promote & develop the professional skills of our members
  • To encourage & assist minority students entering the profession
  • To provide opportunities for members to fulfill their civic responsibilities
  • To promote public confidence in our members and the services they provide
  • To encourage cordial relations among members and cooperative relationship with other professionals
  • To represent the interests of current & prospective accounting students
  • To ensure long-term financial stability and provide adequate resources to implement programs 


For more information, Please contact:

Dr. Forrest Thompson, (229)-430-0573


Enactus is an international student leadership organization that focuses on making the world through the positive power of business and entrepreneurship. Students engage in partnerships with local, national, and international partners to complete outreach projects to better their school and community. Enactus projects are also judge by top executives as Enactus teams compete for national and international bragging to see who the best Enactus team is.

Opportunities in Enactus

  • Travel Opportunities
  • Gain valuable leadership skills
  • Network with fellow peers and business professionals
  • Gain internships and job opportunities exclusive to students in the Enactus network
  • Valuable Community Service
  • Albany State University Enactus is
    • One of 550 teams in the United States
    • One of 16,000 schools world wide
  • Students are a part of a national network of over 25,000
  • Students are members of an international network of over 62,000 in 38 countries

For More Information or if you are interested in joining, please contact our advisor:
Dr. Sandra Washington, (229) 430-2952
Dr. Cynthia Bennett, (229) 430-4786


The Healthcare Management Club  

The purpose of the Healthcare Management Club is to allow for social exchange, career exploration, professional development and community service by & among its members.  The club is especially designed for students majoring in healthcare management.  Annually an executive board is elected to organize and support the club's activities.  Regular meetings are held monthly.  Annual dues of $25 include the membership fee and club t-shirt.  Routine activities include guest speakers, social fundraisers, & holiday & community services projects.

For more information, Please contact:

Dr. Sherryl Johnson, (229)-430-4085


Marketing Club  

The Albany State University Marketing Club was established during the Fall Semester of 1999 to afford students the opportunity to enhance their marketing, leadership, and organizational skills and render services to stakeholders. In the Marketing Club, our purpose is to assist members in building their personal brands, to foster development of leadership and social skills, to enhance career opportunities, to render marketing services to stakeholders, and to build relationships between faculty, staff, and business professionals.


Benefits of membership:

     ♦ Opportunities for internships

     ♦ Opportunities for scholarships

     ♦ Opportunities to network with business professionals

     ♦ Opportunities to develop marketing skills

     ♦ Opportunities to develop a personal brand

For more information, please contact:

Maurice Elliard, (229)-430-4776

Supply Chain and Logistics (SCAL)

The purpose of Supply Chain and Logistics (SCAL) Club is to enhance the professional capability of students by addressing the issues associated with the compartmentalized nature of logistics and help students to think and operate in cross-functional environments. The Supply Chain and Logistics Club does this through this through its partnership with public and private sectors within the Logistics industry.


Opportunities in Supply Chain and Logistics

     ♦ To attend major Logistics events such as Georgia Logistics Summit and Conferences

     ♦ Chance to tour plants such as Kia and MillerCoors plants.

     ♦ Internship opportunities with major companies including UPS, MillerCoors.

     ♦ Job opportunities with major logistics companies that will attend Logistics Summits and Conferences.

For more information, Please contact:

Wallace Rich, (229)-430-4611