As a graduate student, we encourage you to take advantage of everything that Suffolk University has to offer, including getting involved in student association groups as a volunteer, member, or association leader.
Please take a moment to visit the Graduate Student Organizations page to become familiar with our student-run associations.
The Suffolk University Graduate Business Association (SUGBA) is an organization of graduate students that develops business, social, and academic initiatives that support the goals of the university and alumni while building our careers.
President: Jessica Buckley
Contact information: Jessica Buckley at firstname.lastname@example.org
The goal of the Graduate Student Association (GSA) is to unite all of Suffolk’s graduate students. Regardless of which degree you are pursuing, we urge you to get involved whether through your participation in events, seeking professional development or just simply offering your suggestions and ideas.
President: Rafael Sanchez
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Join an elite group of accounting undergraduate and graduate students in the Beta Alpha Psi honor society.
Beta Alpha Psi recognizes outstanding academic achievements in accounting. It also promotes the study and practice of accounting and provides leadership and networking opportunities for members.
Adding Beta Alpha Psi to your resume can help open doors to career opportunities. Employees recognize the society as a premier collegiate organization.
Graduate Students: All eligible to apply for membership. No minimum GPA required.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ALPFA is a national organization whose mission is to empower and develop Latino men and women as leaders of character for the nation, in every sector of the global economy. Suffolk’s graduate student chapter embodies this mission through programming and community partnerships.
President: Marisol Renteria
The Ascend Suffolk University Student Chapter was created in spring 2011. All business major students at Suffolk University are welcome to join this group. Ascend SUSC missions & goals are to provide assistance to minority students at Suffolk University to 1) develop leadership skills, 2) overcome cultural difficulties in the U.S., and 3) well prepare for the transition from a student to a professional.
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Looking for peer support while studying for the CPA exam? Join the CPA Club!
This club meets weekly in a virtual chat room, Members provide each other with emotional support, advice, and assistance.
Open to all graduate students and alumni.
For more information, please contact Professor Tracey Riley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FHLA is a student organization designed to support Suffolk University graduate students with an interest in healthcare administration. FHLA's mission it to serve as a catalyst for the careers of Suffolk graduate students that are interested in healthcare by leveraging the Suffolk alumni community and Suffolk's relationship with Boston's dense healthcare field to connect students to these opportunities. Its vision is to shape the future of the U.S. healthcare sector by preparing Suffolk graduate students to become leaders, discover new opportunities, and to ignite passion to serve our community through healthcare outlets.
President: Natascha Zorrilla
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MPASA strives to bring students together in social events and encourages student involvement in professional, academic, and social interest development.
The association also aims to further the interest and ideals of all students in the Suffolk MPA Program; assist in providing post-graduation employment assistance through networking; and cooperate in joint representation with faculty, MPA students, and MPA alumni.
President: Lais Fortaleza
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Association of Women MBAs (NAWMBA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to empowering female business professionals, to assisting women into leadership positions in business, and to enhancing the diversity of the workforce worldwide. For more than 30 years, the organization has served four related client groups: female MBA students, female business professionals and MBA-level entrepreneurs, universities and corporate partners.
President: Daniela Rouskova
Contact information: Daniela Rouskova at email@example.com
SABC serves as one of the many graduate student associations with a vision to be the hub for Suffolk with other universities and professionals in Boston.
Our mission is to increase awareness and understanding of Asia Business; provide internal & external networking opportunities for Suffolk graduate students, alumni, professors and staff with professionals through our events; and improve Suffolk University's presence within the business schools in the Boston area.
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org