College-Wide Student Organizations
Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest professional business fraternity in the country. AKPsi is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders. We also offer members opportunities to learn about career possibilities both locally and nationally. In addition, we offer local networking opportunities through community service and professional programming as well as opportunities to meet people from all over the country at regional and national conventions. More information can be found at our AKPsi LSU chapter website.
Faculty Advisor: Lydia Lafleur
The E. J. Ourso Business College Council exists to provide the college with views, ideas, and values of students, while at the same time advancing and enhancing the college experience for business students. The purpose and goals of the council are to improve students’ awareness of events within the college, to unify the organizations within the college to attain mutual goals, and to serve as a link between students and the administration. E. J. Ourso College students elect the council during Student Government elections.
Faculty Advisor: Danielle Basilica
Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) is a professional business fraternity consisting of undergraduate and graduate business majors. The fraternity's professional programs feature prominent business leaders speaking on various business- and career-oriented topics. DSP holds a membership in the Greater Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce. Other activities focus on civic service projects, volunteer services on campus, and social occasions, which can be found the local DSP LSU website.
Faculty Advisor: Kerry Sauley
Women in Business (WIB) at LSU is established for the purpose of fostering students’ professional development, particularly by preparing members for the unique challenges faced by women in the workplace and connecting them with successful businesswomen in the Baton Rouge community and beyond. WIB creates opportunities for members to connect with prominent women in business and companies that value empowering women.
Faculty Advisor: Angela Guidry