The FTMBA Council is the student government representation of the full-time MBA program at Fisher. Its purpose is to serve the interests of FTMBA students by enhancing their experience academically, developmentally, and professionally.
The MAcc Council hosts community service, professional, and social events for Masters of Accounting students. Students can volunteer their time to make a difference in the community, network with practicing professionals, and interact with fellow MAcc students at social events.
The MBLE Council serves as learning and career resource for students in the Master of Business Logistics Engineering program. We organize guest lectures, facility tours, career networking opportunities, etc. which aid students in developing appreciation for the field of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
The MHRM Council strives to enhance the educational, professional, social experiences of students in the Master of Human Resource Management program. Members of the council serve as advocates for MHRM students, providing diverse and inclusive social experiences and developmental opportunities.
The SMF Council is dedicated to the advancement of the Specialized Masters in Finance program. We hold events and activities that create opportunities for personal and professional development within the cohort, as well as enhance the program's brand and reputation.
The WPMBA Council is a student led governing body whose primary purpose is to represent the interests of Working Professional MBA students and to develop an environment of inclusiveness for WPMBA students.
The Black MBA Association (BMBAA) builds leaders that shape business and the community through diversity and inclusion by bringing awareness of issues facing black professionals and other underrepresented groups in business.
A partnership and convergence of knowledge between emerging consultants and Career Management driven by student Fisher Consulting and Strategy Club leadership.
Fisher Entrepreneurship Association
The FEA provides current Fisher graduate students with both the educational building blocks and the networking connections necessary to be successful as entrepreneurs, investors in entrepreneurs and professionals tasked with executing innovative strategies within existing organizations.
Fisher Follies is a spectacular annual spring production featuring a dizzying array of humorous skits, videos & musical numbers created to poke good fun at ourselves after a year of taking ourselves way too seriously.
The Fisher Graduate Networking Club is a networking group for Fisher Graduate students of various backgrounds and majors. Every month, we will come together to network and socialize in an informal setting off campus.
Fisher Spirits is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to foster a forum related to the marketing, manufacturing, and distribution within the alcoholic beverages industry. Fisher Spirits assists members in connecting with local industry leaders and providing onsite tours.
Fisher Sports Business Association
The Fisher Sports Business Association is focused on providing Fisher students a link to the sports and business worlds, both in networking opportunities and in educational events
Fisher Veterans Association provides resources to veterans in the Fisher Graduate School, focusing first on a successful transition into academia and ultimately on leveraging their unique skills through networking to find a career path that suits their interest.
OLMA is a forum for MBA students interested in Operations, Supply Chain, Logistics and related fields.
Out in Business
Out in Business provides Fisher College of Business students who identify as LGBTQ and our allies a supportive community, an opportunity to network with business professionals from Columbus companies and their respective affinity groups, and leadership opportunities.
Are you interested in starting your own organization? Graduate students have formed groups based on other common interests like those listed above, including special industries, various faiths, family support, hobbies, fitness and advocacy. You can too. Start by registering your organization.