Clubs and Honor Societies
The Stillman School prides itself on its strong sense of community. The School's clubs are an integral component of our students' experience and provide the opportunity to connect with peers, alumni and industry professionals.
- Accounting Club
- ALPFA (Association of Latino Professionals For America)
- APICS (Supply Chain Club)
- Entrepreneurship Club
- Marketing Club
- Sport Management Student Association
- Stillman Exchange
- Financial Planning Association - NJ (FPA-NJ)
- Hall Street Fund (HSF)
- Seton Hall Consulting Group
- SHU Women in Business
The Stillman School celebrates the academic achievement of its students. Students can be inducted into discipline specific honor societies and/or Beta Gamma Sigma which is open to all eligible business students.
This honor society was founded by the Sport Management Student Association in 2001. Membership requires a minimum 3.4 GPA in at least 60 earned credits. Alpha Chi Lambda's honor cord is Seton Hall blue (royal blue).
For more information about this honor society, please contact Professor Ann Mayo.
The arrangement of Greek letters, Alpha Sigma Omega, is meant to symbolize the process of effective management. Alpha, represents the beginning, Omega represents the end result and Sigma represents the synergy it takes to bring a task to a successful completion. The top ten percent in the class will be inducted and ASO inductees wear a red cord at the induction ceremony.
For more information on ASO, please contact Dr. Jason Yin.
Election to membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest scholastic honor that a student in a school of business can achieve.
For more information on BGS, please contact Associate Dean Leigh Onimus.
Finance Honor Society (Finance and Mathematical Finance)
This honor society formally recognizes students who consistently achieve academic excellence and who contribute to community development through their active involvement in the Finance Club. The criteria for induction are:
- GPA of at least 3.50;
- GPA of at least 3.50 in all finance courses (prefix BFIN) completed;
- Completed at least 12 hours in Finance with a grade no lower than a B;
- Active involvement in the Finance Club.
For more information on the Finance Honor Society, please contact Dr. Tony Loviscek.
Color of honor cord: Silver
Legal Studies Honor Society
The Legal Studies Honor Society formally recognizes students for their academic achievements and excellence. The criteria for inductions are:
- GPA of at least 3.50;
- GPA of al least 3.50 in all courses in legal studies;
- Completed at least 12 hours in Legal Studies (prefix BLAW) with a grade no lower than a B in each course;
- Member of the St. Thomas More Pre-law Society.
For more information on The Legal Studies Honor Society, please contact Dr. Henry Amoroso.
Color of honor cord: Purple
Marketing Honor Society
The objective of this group is the pursuit of excellence in undergraduate marketing studies at Seton Hall University and the productive involvement of the best marketing students in the life and activities of the Stillman School of Business. This society is open to marketing majors who have completed a substantial portion of their marketing courses, demonstrated excellence by obtaining high overall and marketing GPAs and have been active members of the Marketing Club.