Related Student Organizations

BBA Business Administration

Related Student Organizations

Associated Students of Business

Associated Students of Business (ASB) is a prestigious student group encompassing representatives from other College of Business and Security Management student organizations. ASB serves as the Alaska chapter of the National Millennial/GenZ Community. The community consists of millennial and genZ students from around the country who participate in multiple think tank conversations with key influencers in media and business. They host conversations with top executives from a broad range of Fortune 500 companies and offer sponsored trips to meet with various executives at their national headquarters in cities around the country.

Esports Club

UAF Esports Club is your go to place for gaming on campus, both competitively and otherwise. The club seeks to create an inclusive, relaxed, and pleasant community for students to meet new people, make friends, and share incredible moments through playing, competing and discussing games. The group also aims to foster the growth of esports at UAF and in Fairbanks.

Native Alaskan Business Leaders

Native Alaskan Business Leaders (NABL) is a UAF chapter of the American Indian Business Leaders (AIBL) organization based within CBSM. NABL supports Native Alaskan and American Indian Students interested in business, rural economic development, and other related areas.

UAF Society of Human Resource Management

UAF Society of Human Resource Management (UAF SHRM) provides opportunities for networking and helps members learn more about human resources and the real world of business management, while building relationships with local professionals and other students. This CBSM student organization invites local business people to speak about current developments in the business world and how they will impact future workers.


The most beneficial part of my CBSM experience was being involved in the CBSM student organizations and networking events. I had hands on experiences that could not have been taught in the classroom. I learned networking, leadership and public speaking. The College of Business and Security Management taught me how to get out of my comfort zone and push myself to the next level. I learned the power of conversation and networking, while making a number of important business connections along the way.

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