Student Business Groups

VSB is home to wide array of active student societies. Membership provides opportunities to gather information on a specific industry connect with employers and network with students who share similar professional interests. Additionally, membership may lead to leadership opportunities within the societies.

Click here to view the student leader and advisor contact information for each organization.

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Accounting Society

President: Sean Burke

Faculty Advisors:
Stephen Liedtka, PhD
Bob West, PhD

The Accounting Society allows students to explore this field of study, as well as career opportunities that are available in the workplace. There are weekly meetings that include visits from accounting industry professionals, career counselors, and alumni. Society members attend special events and participate in office visits at accounting firms and corporations near Philadelphia and New York.

Economics Society

Nolan Iorio

Faculty Advisor:
David Fiorenza

The goal of the Villanova University Economics Society is to expose majors in economics and business with to the wide variety of professions and opportunities available to them by meeting with professionals in the field. The society is open to all majors (business and non-business) and all students who are interested in the many careers economists can pursue.
Real Estate

Real Estate Society

Erin Corcoran

Faculty Advisor:
Charlie Davidson, PhD

The purpose of the Real Estate Society is to offer students the opportunity to learn from real estate professionals, professors, and alumni through various sponsored events. The society focuses on commercial real estate, investment, development, management, and finance, along with providing access to jobs and internships.

Alternative Investments Society

Arman Salem

Connor Wharry

Faculty Advisor:
Steve Padovano


The purpose of AIS is to introduce undergraduate students at Villanova University to alternative asset classes, including, but not limited to, hedge funds, private equity, and venture capital. We seek to teach students the fundamentals of these asset classes through competitions and provide students with knowledge of the industry by discussing the fundamentals of these investment strategies, current market trends, private equity and venture capital deals, and perform financial modeling. Students who join AIS gain access to a wealth of information from current students, alumni, professionals and faculty who share an interest in the alternative investment space.

Corporate Finance Society

Albert Lord

Faculty Advisor:
John Sedunov, PhD

The Corporate Finance Society was created to give students an outlet to keep updated on developments related to the financial industry. We seek to bring a variety of speakers to Villanova University in order to expose the student body to different aspects of corporate finance. We hope to better prepare students for the workplace by enhancing their awareness of current events in finance, institutional knowledge, and skills for interviewing.

Equity Society

Kevin Bitar
Siobhan Kelly

Faculty Advisors:
David Nawrocki, PhD
James Jablonski

The Villanova Equity Society is Villanova's only student-run organization that actively manages a portfolio of equity securities. The society's mission is to provide opportunities for students interested in obtaining real-world investment experience. Analysts perform in-depth analysis of equity securities while utilizing the Villanova Applied Finance Lab.

Global Investments Society

Rohan Das
Chelsea Virga

Faculty Advisors:
Ben Scheick
David Nawrocki, PhD

The Fixed Income Society’s objective is to focus on educating the student body on the fixed income markets. The society teaches bond analysis, portfolio, and hedge strategy, as well as derivative products. The Villanova Fixed Income Society hosts guest lectures from professionals working in the fixed income markets and looks to aid Villanova students in networking.

Mergers & Acquisitions Society

Andrew Chittoor

Faculty Advisor:
Meg Luo, PhD

The mission of the Mergers & Acquisitions Society is to provide students a profound insight into the world of deal-making and the merger and acquisition process.

Wall Street Society

Brendan Popson

Faculty Advisor:
Gunita Grover, PhD

Our goal is to keep members informed on current events, to help prepare them for job interviews and classroom discussions, and to discover how seemingly unrelated events are connected.

Management Information Systems Society

Sterling Williams

Faculty Advisor:
Sue Metzger

Villanova’s Management Information Systems (MIS) Society’s objective is to provide its members exposure to the business world, career planning services, and to raise awareness of MIS’ role in the corporate world. Membership provides the opportunity to meet and network with other MIS majors and MIS alumnae/professionals from a variety of companies, to learn about current development in the IT field, as well as to explore employment/internship opportunities. In addition to these sessions, members receive exclusive workshops in software commonly utilized by companies.

Business Analytics Society

Kyle Coleman

Faculty Advisor: 
Alicia Strandberg

The Business Analytics Society provides a medium for students interested in analytics to come together and further goals. The BAS hosts events that bring real professionals from the industry to Villanova to share their experiences. These professionals provide valuable insight on what it takes to be successful in the field of analytics and they bring recruiting opportunities to Villanova.

Villanova Marketing Group

Kyle LaFronz

Faculty Advisor:
Rosario “Bud” Drago

The Marketing Society gives students an opportunity to gain real-life insight into the different aspects of marketing and a chance to meet and speak with professionals in the field. This society also provides members the opportunity to interact with other marketing majors seeking similar objectives.



Villanova Consulting Group

Morgan Goodman 

Faculty Advisor:

Stephen Andriole, PhD

The mission of the Villanova Consulting Group (VCG) is to develop the next generation of business leaders and management consultants. VCG’s goal is to make students aware of what consultants do, the different types of consulting, and career paths that consulting can ultimately lead to. The club will hold weekly meetings to generate interest in consulting at Villanova. The club will also bring in guest speakers, develop a professional mentorship program, and spearhead a consulting case interview preparation program to give club members a competitive advantage in the job market. Once the VCG is established, its secondary purpose will be to provide value-added services to on-campus organizations as well as local businesses.

Villanova Entrepreneurship Society

Michael Guerin

Faculty Advisor:
II Luscri

Utilizing its close relationship with the Villanova ICE Institute, the Villanova Entrepreneurship Society educates and creates opportunities for the Villanova community in entrepreneurship and new ventures.


Special Interests

Business and Leadership Society

Shivani Vora

Faculty Advisor:
Mary T. Kelly

The Business and Leadership Society’s mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

Business Without Borders - NetImpact

Jonathan Pizzutti

Faculty Advisor: 
Debra Arvanites, PhD

The purpose of Business Without Borders is to show VSB students that business opportunities exist within non-profit companies.  Through presentations, events, and discussions, students are exposed to opportunities for those who want to both use their business skills and serve the community.


Business in Entertainment Society

Ryan Dorrycott

Elizabeth Bobroske

Faculty Advisor:
David Fiorenza


The Business in Entertainment Society serves as a resource for Villanova University students of diverse academic backgrounds who are interested in exploring a career in the entertainment industry.

International Business Society

Matthew Peer

Kim Cahill


The International Business Society aims to bring U.S. and international students together, host companies and speakers to share aspects of business, and provide students with valuable information regarding jobs, internships, and study abroad opportunities.

Multicultural Business Association (McBA)

Chaitalee Kadav

Aronte Bennett, PhD

The Multicultural Business Association’s mission is to unite VSB students from all backgrounds and work with them to cultivate their professional and personal skills. The association organizes events that focus on networking, job placement opportunities, community involvement, and the development of professional etiquette.

Women in Business Society

Victoria Martinez
Faculty Advisor:
Caitlin Dannhauser

Villanova Women in Business was founded in 2005. Open to all students, the society is aims to create opportunities for growth and learning regarding issues that women may face in the business world.

Villanova Instructional Golf Society

Chris VanPraag

Faculty Advisor:
Jeff Pelesh

Aims to enable students without prior golf knowledge as well as proficient golfers the opportunity to refine golf knowledge and skills in order to better prepare for conducting business on a golf course after college. We want to help teach students the etiquette and rules of the game while also enabling weekly lessons at a local driving range.
Honors Societies

Beta Alpha Psi

Faculty Advisor:
Wayne Bremser, PhD

Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary organization for Financial Information students and professionals. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field.

Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society

Faculty Advisors:
Debra Arvanites, PhD

Beta Gamma Sigma is the honor society serving business programs accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest recognition a business student can receive in a business program accredited by AACSB International.

Villanova Chapter of Omicron Delta Epsilon

Faculty Advisor:
Suzanne Clain, PhD

Omicron Delta Epsilon is the international economics honor society. The Villanova chapter was formed in 1967. The society is open to all juniors and seniors having an overall grade point average of 3.5 or better, as well as a grade point average of 3.5 or better in economics courses. A minimum of four economics courses is required for membership.

Service Groups

VSB Ambassadors

Daniel Kracke

Kathy Mongiello  

VSB Ambassadors are knowledgable and dedicated business student volutneers who convey their Villanova pride and represent VSB to prospective students and families, answering questions and addressing concerns, at various events throughout the year.


Peer Advisors

Taryn Nichols

Kim Hidore

Peer Advisors are an integral part of the VSB advising team, which is composed of the Clay Center advisor, peer advisor, and faculty advisor. Peer advisors are junior and senior business students, selected through a rigorous application and interview process, who support VSB students throughout their freshman and sophomore years. Peer advisors complete a comprehensive training program that equips them with the knowledge, resources, and tools to support their advisees as they settle into college life and navigate their freshman year and beyond.

Peer Tutors

Emily McMordie

Ellen Socket

VSB Peer Tutors is a volunteer organization of VSB juniors and seniors dedicated to supporting the academic success of their VSB classmates. Tutors provide weekly office hours and individual tutoring throughout the semester for all VSB core business classes. Participation in VSB Peer Tutors is by invitation in acknowledgement of a student's excellent academic record; tutors complete a comprehensive training program and maintain a minimum 3.5 overall GPA.
SGA - VSB Senators

Ellen Hirsch

Michael Daniels

Norman Williams

Casey Gatti, Taylor Grosjean and Michael Lamb; students who liaison between the deans, faculty, and students working to address the concerns and comments of every Villanova School of Business student. If at any time you have a suggestion about VSB or an idea to enhance the student experience, please contact us at

Student Opportunities

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Student Organizations

Click above to learn more about one of VSB's student organizations: Business Without Borders