Accounting Student Organizations

Joining a student organization is a great way for you to network and further your professional development. These are the organizations on campus specifically for accounting students.

Beta Alpha Psi

The Eta Epsilon Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) has continued to grow since its installation at CMU in 1985. The fraternity is composed of accounting students who excel in their classwork.

The Eta Epsilon chapter's goal is to prepare students for the transition from academia to the business environment, to promote knowledge in the field of accounting, to enhance student-faculty relations, and to use their accounting talents to benefit the community.

To help accomplish these goals, the chapter sponsors programs for its members. Representatives from public accounting, industry, and government cover topics such as internships, internal audits, international accounting techniques, and opportunities in the banking industry.

BAP spring 2023 program

Meetings - Thursdays from 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Special Meeting and Event Times - TBD
In-Person Meetings - Pierpont GR 278 (unless otherwise noted)

January 19 - Professional Meeting with Ernst & Young - Info Night/Tutor Sign Ups
January 24 - Tutoring Begins 
January 26 - Professional Meeting with Doeren Mayhew - Membership Applications Due
February 1 - Rehmann Hockey College Night 
February 2 - Professional Meeting with Stellantis
February 10 - Social - TBD 
February 16 - Professional Meeting with KPMG
February 23 - Professional Meeting - TBD
March 17 - Social - TBD 
March 23 - Professional Meeting - TBD
TBD - BAP Regional Meeting /Best Practices Presentation
April 20 - Review E-Board Applications
April 27 - Induction Ceremony (ROA) - Induction Dinner - TBD


BAP is offering tutoring this semester for all 100 and 200 level accounting courses will be held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in GR 215 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.  


Dr. Steve Harrast
Grawn 331
(989) 774-6574


NABA aims to diversify the College of Business Administration and provide leadership experiences for our future business leaders.  NABA prepares students for success in cultural, academic, and professional responsibilities.  All ethnicities and majors are welcome to join and attend NABA meetings. 

NABA invites representatives from professional firms to emphasize topics such as networking and internship tips, the importance of work-life balance, and other areas important to being successful in the business world.  NABA has hosted representatives from firms such as EY, Plante Moran, Deloitte, Yeo & Yeo, and PwC. 

For more information on the NABA click this link to visit their national website:

NABA Spring 2023 program

Meetings - 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. (unless otherwise noted) 
Meetings - Hyflex through WebEx and GR 214 (unless otherwise stated) 

February 16 - Eboard Selections and Training
March 2 - Professional Meeting - Plante Moran
March 16 - TBD
April 6 - Professional Meeting - Owens Corning
April 20 - Professional Meeting - Ernst & Young
April 27 - NABA Alumni Day 


Dr. Amy Swaney
Grawn 333
(989) 774-3038

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