Haskayne Student Clubs
Current Students - Undergraduate
Expand your degree + Grow your friend-circle + Get involved with Clubs at Haskayne School of Business!
As ambassadors for the Haskayne School of Business, students drive our reputation and the strength of our brand. Student clubs are often Haskayne's most powerful reputation builders of all!
Struggling with an accounting course? Not certain what accounting is all about or the differences between the designations? Need help getting that accounting job? The Accounting Students' Association (ASA) can help you! Whether you need assistance in your required accounting course or you are interested in the accounting profession, the ASA is a club dedicated to helping students do better in accounting!
- Provide information about the accounting profession
- Help students find accounting jobs
- Provide exam preparation materials
- Host fun events!
- CA Softball Tournament
- CA Mixer
- Industry Nights for different companies
- CA Hospitality Night
- CGA Career Forum
- CMA Industry Night
- MPAcc Information Session
- Acct 217 & 323 Midterm/Final Exam Packages
- Tutoring connections with other Haskayne students
- Eligibility for the ASA scholarship
- Admission to great networking and prime recruiting opportunities
No membership required. Exam packages and tickets to events are sold separately.
Want more information about the ASA? Want to see when our events are happening? Feel free to contact us by e-mail or in person. Look for us in the clubs area or visit our Web site for more information.
As the world's largest student organization, AIESEC is the international platform for young people to discover and develop their potential to have a positive impact in society.
AIESEC Calgary belongs to a network of AIESEC chapters in 29 universities across Canada and 2400 universities globally all with a common goal of developing leadership through exchange. AIESEC's dedication to teamwork, innovation, and youth empowerment is what propels us toward our goal of facilitating as many cross-cultural exchanges as possible.
What's a current world issue you're passionate about? What's the cause of the issue? How can it be solved?
AIESEC believes that through cross-cultural experiences, youth develop increased self-awareness and a global mindset. Each member makes an impact globally by enabling Canadians to grow through cross-cultural exchanges or expand the horizons of Canadian businesses by bringing interns from around the world to work in Canada. In turn, youth develop a more open-minded mindset alleviating the misunderstandings between different cultures, perspectives, and opinions. With a global mindset, youth begin to understand their role in solving global issues and this makes an incredible difference in giving youth a voice and preparing them to be change makers in their careers.
Now you know what we strive for. Come strive with us. Join AIESEC!
Alliances in Marketing is a student run organization that promotes a better understanding of marketing and its role in the business community. The goal of AIM is to make Haskayne marketing students among the most visible and sought after across Canadian business schools.
AIM provides opportunities to network with classmates, alumni and professionals, as well as attend industry nights highlighting a variety of marketing disciplines. Providing corporations access to Haskayne’s most involved marketing students and offering time and monetary contributions to local charities are a few of the many ways AIM gets involved in the Calgary community.
AIM is a great tool for those students attempting to make themselves more marketable upon graduation as AIM aligns itself with success and strives to be the difference between simply getting a degree and getting a job. So if you are looking for a place to have fun, meet interesting people, and learn more of the many facets of marketing then AIM is the place to be. Get Involved!
The Association of Risk Management and Insurance links students interested in corporate risk management and insurance with industry professionals and other students with the same interests. ARMI's focus is to provide risk management students with the assistance necessary to excel in their classes and to provide networking opportunities. Students concentrating in Risk Management and Insurance (RMIN) or Risk Management and Insurance/Finance (RMIN/FNCE) will benefit from ARMI's activities, which include:
- Exam Review Packages for RMIN 317
- The Annual Career Day
- Speaker Nights to provide real-world insight into future jobs; and
- Social events for students, alumni, and industry contacts.
The Business Pride Club (BPC) is a club for everyone. We strive to connect members of the LGBTQ+ community and allies with business professionals through various networking and social events. Bringing members and industry professionals together is a way to tackle and debunk the discriminations myths, as well as encourage healthy discussion on what companies and students look for when it comes to diversity and recruitment. Our main goal is to continuously evolve and foster the inclusive and supportive work environment for LGBTQ+ members and allies in business, and similar areas of studies.
We want our members to – as the name suggests – be proud and stay true to themselves. We believe those who strive to truly understand themselves will be incredibly successful. You do not have to create a fake persona as we welcome all genders, ages, sexualities, religions and races with open arms.
The BTC prepares University of Calgary students studying Commerce, Computer Science, or Software Engineering, by facilitating networking events and providing career-building opportunities.
The Haskayne Commerce Undergraduate Society (CUS) is the umbrella organization for all Haskayne Student Clubs. CUS provide events and opportunities for all students in the Haskayne School of Business.
Visit our website at www.cuscalgary.ca for more information about our club and upcoming events and opportunities.
To support the Haskayne undergraduate student body while providing academic, professional, and community development events and services that enhance the student experience and foster business leaders.
What We Do
- Co-ordinate affairs of all Haskayne Student Clubs
- Provide academic programs to enhance students' professional development
- Create fundraising and volunteering events for Calgary organizations and charities
- Organize major Haskayne School of Business events to foster relationships between the students and Corporate Calgary
- Ernst & Young Leadership Development Program
- Sustainable Analytic Fall Case Competition
- Oil & Gas Case Competition
- SGMA 217 Persuasive Presentation
- Dress and Dine for Success
- The Annual CUS Business Day Conference
Community Development Initiatives
- Spicing Up Spaces
- 5 Days for the Homeless Awareness Campaign
- Monthly charity initiatives such as Trick-or-Eat and Operation Christmas Child
The Haskayne Hut (CUS store) is located on the 4th floor of Scurfield Hall (SH 463). Contact the Director of the Haskayne Hut, Stephen Wu, at 403-805-2986 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
- Monday to Friday: 10 AM to 4 PM
- Saturday & Sunday (including Holidays and exam seasons): closed
Exam Packages and Merchandise:
Exam packages and course notes are available for purchase, as courtesy of other HSC. We also sell Haskayne School of Business apparel and merchandise. Check out our store catalogue for the full list of items and prices.
CUS manages the locker rental program in Scurfield Hall. Lockers are available for $20. The rental period is from date of rental until August 2019.
Enactus Calgary is the University of Calgary chapter of Enactus, a global non-profit composed of 72,000 students across the world who are using the power of entrepreneurial action to enact positive change. By using business knowledge and an educational approach in developing projects, Enactus Calgary’s programs foster entrepreneurial development, economic and environmental sustainability, and youth empowerment through financial literacy education in Calgary and surrounding communities.
The Haskayne Consulting Club (HCC) provides valuable opportunities for members to learn about and gain experience in a career in consulting. Our members are able to participate in pro-bono consulting engagements and internships with local businesses and non-profit organizations, allowing them to apply classroom knowledge and accelerate their careers. The HCC provides networking opportunities with various consulting firms ranging in size through case interview workshops, events, and competitions.
The Haskayne Finance Club (HFC), previously the Financial Management Group (FMG), is a student run organization created in 1989 at the University of Calgary's Haskayne School of Business. We are dedicated to helping students achieve academic success, foster financial literacy and gain a greater understanding of the finance industry. We achieve this through hosting various events, providing academic support and giving back to the community.
We will share numerous articles relevant to the current market. We believe that it will truly benefit the individual to continue learning about the ever-changing landscape of business cycles, trends, technology, domestic/foreign industries, and government policies. Our source of information are from reputable business news websites. Alerting you as soon as the news comes out. We encourage discussion on our posts in hopes of learning through each other to expand our horizon.
Our goal is to continue growing and become a focal point for finance students at the Haskayne School of Business.
The Haskayne Students’ Association (HSA) is a student operated governing body within the Haskayne School of Business. Working with the students and faculty, the HSA strives to ensure a positive experience for the students of the Haskayne School of Business. The HSA is a partner to other Haskayne organizations including the CCAL and the Hunter Centre.
The HSA's Role
- To provide opportunities for students to interact with other students, professors, alumni and community members
- The organization of the orientation week programs
- The Haskayne School of Business’s House system and the House Cup
- To streamline scholarships and event marketing
- To voice the opinions of the business students (Student Advocacy)
The HSA’s goal is to create a sense of community within the Haskayne School of Business and to represent the student body in its university related interests with an emphasis on honest and transparent representation.
The Human Resources Students’ Association encourages awareness about careers and current events in Human Resources. Our club provides a way for students to build a valuable network of University professors and prominent industry representatives. Through on- and off-campus events, we provide a sense of social solidarity and cohesiveness among students interested in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources. HRSA also works to provide all students with the tools to excel in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources courses.
Benefits of a HRSA membership:
- OBHR 317 Midterm & Final Exam Review Packages
- Admission to the annual Meet and Greet in September
- Invitations to various social events for students, professors, alumni, professionals
HRSA is also highly involved with the national Excalibur Desjardins Tournament held annually in Montreal, Quebec. Excalibur allows students to apply HR theories to practical business scenarios and present strategies and recommendations to a panel of HR industry leaders.
IBSA is the club for students with an interest in international business, whatever their concentration, wherever their homeland, and no matter their experience or skill level with the subject matter. Benefits of membership include qualification for a CIM grant for study overseas, reduced fees for non-free IBSA events, information on relevant industry events and conferences, and an opportunity to build a great network of like-minded young professionals.
Students considering participating in an exchange are especially encouraged to contact IBSA. Through IBSA’s Buddy Program, local students can meet visiting international students at various social events. These events facilitate cultural awareness, and allow Haskayne students going on exchange to make valuable contacts with international students from their intended exchange school.
IBSA’s three pronged mission:
- to welcome Haskayne’s visiting exchange students
- to encourage and facilitate domestic students’ studies abroad
- to supplement the International Business curriculum with outside-the-classroom education and networking
OSMA provides valuable academic resources and facilitates networking and career opportunities to students with an interest in Logistics, Procurement, Operations, and Process Improvement at the University of Calgary, and to prepare students for the Calgary business community and culture.
Real Estate Student Association (RESA) is for students from all disciplines interested in careers related to the real estate industry. RESA's goal is to provide students with education, mentorship and networking opportunities to enhance their knowledge of the real estate industry and expose them to the many different career paths. The Westman Centre for Real Estate Studies and Haskayne School of Business work in collaboration with RESA to provide guidance and financial support for RESA initiatives.
The Women in Business club (WiB) is a student-run organization founded in January 2016. We strive to engage emerging business leaders by providing opportunities for personal and professional growth. We wish for our members and attendees to have the skills and confidence to challenge inequality in the business and corporate world.
We host an array of networking and social events and workshops that encourage students to challenge themselves in an inclusive and welcoming setting. We connect students with front-line executives and trailblazing professionals with the goal of female empowerment, broadening perspectives and bringing awareness to pertinent gender issues.
Despite the name “Women in Business,” we believe in equality of all genders and welcome any gender to get involved with WiB. WiB strives to push all students to create their own path to success.