Involvement Fair

Every semester, USC Marshall holds its own specialized involvement fair to expose students to its many business student organizations.


Annual Banquet

Student organizations and its members celebrate their successes at the annual Marshall Recognized Student Organizations Awards Banquet


Marshall Recognized Student Organizations

The Marshall School of Business recognizes the importance of involvement in student organizations to build leadership, encourage teamwork, and sharpen networking skills. Through participation in any of our more than 40 Marshall Recognized Student Organizations (MRSOs), students interact with employers, faculty, alumni and peers who provide guidance in areas such as academic coursework and professional pursuits. 


Organization :

180 Degrees Consulting  

180 Degrees Consulting at USC is an undergraduate student-led social impact consultancy that provides consulting services to nonprofits, social enterprises, and other socially-minded organizations in the Los Angeles community. We recruit and train student consultants to empower organizations and businesses to further their social impact while helping our members grow personally and professionally. 

Accounting Society


The Accounting Society provides members with the opportunity to gain knowledge of the accounting industry, to excel in the recruiting process through the development of interviewing skills and professionalism, and to open career opportunities in the accounting and professional services industry.


Applied Statistics Club


The Applied Statistics Club seeks to unite USC students who are interested in statistics and data science in an effort to gain technical experience and exposure to the industry.




The mission of Ascend is to be the premier professional organization dedicated to enabling its members, business partners, and the community to leverage the leadership and global business potential of Pan-Asians.


Association of Innovative Marketing Consulting (AIM)


AIM strives to provide members with both professional development and real-world experience by working with clients on a variety of marketing services, ranging from advertising to market research. AIM works with the greater USC community, including Trojan alumni, entrepreneurs, and local businesses whose target audience includes college students.


Association of Latino Professionals For America (ALPFA)


ALPFA creates opportunities, adds value, and builds relationships for its members, the community, and its business partners. ALPFA values leadership through diversity in the global workforce and academia and strives for its members to achieve professional growth, relationship building with professionals, service to the community, integrity, and culture.


Beta Alpha Psi


The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. This includes: promoting the study and practice of accounting, finance and information systems, providing opportunities for self-development, service, and association among members and practicing professionals, and encouraging a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility.


Black Business Student Association (BBSA)     


The mission of the Black Business Student Association is to serve and support students at the University of Southern California who strive to excel academically and prepare them for careers in their chosen field of study.



Business Tech. Group


The Business Tech. Group unites students who are interested in pursuing careers in consulting, advisory, and technology, in an effort to gain exposure to industry professionals.


Consulting Club 


The purpose of the Consulting Club is to increase USC's visibility and attractiveness to consulting firms by strengthening our members’ critical thinking and analytical skills. The Consulting Club focuses on providing members with access to the resources and support necessary for successfully pursuing a consulting career.


Design For America


The Design for America community designs solutions for pressing social challenges in the local community. As an accelerator for impact across multiple problem spaces, the Design for America studio aspires to contribute to the connectivity of the community and the health of a better Los Angeles.


Fashion Industry Association (FIA)


The Fashion Industry Association (FIA) serves as a resource for education and opportunities in the fashion industry. As the most prominent fashion program on USC’s campus, FIA provides the rare opportunity for students of all majors to gain access to an intricate network comprised of USC students, staff, faculty, alumni, and fashion industry professionals, as well as exclusive internship and job openings. FIA introduces students to all aspects of the industry – both business-related and creative – to involve them in this ever-expanding multi-billion dollar industry. FIA hosts guest speakers from a variety of areas in the fashion industry hosts recruiters at the Fashion Recruiter Reception and plans an annual student-run, professional-fashion show.


Global Brigades @ Marshall


Global Brigades seeks to improve the quality of member impact on serviced communities, enhance members’ practical problem solving, leadership, and teamwork skills, raise awareness of sustainable development on campus, and promote social responsibility of Marshall and USC students.


Hospitality Industry Project (HIP)


HIP is dedicated to pursuits in the hospitality industry and caters to students with interests in hospitality through one-of-a-kind tours, exclusive tastings, and networking opportunities with hospitality professionals.


International Consulting Club at USC  

The “International Consulting Club at USC” (“ICC at USC”) is an organization that fosters a safe and conducive environment for aspiring consultants to learn about the consulting industry and gain the relevant experience necessary to pursue a consulting career. The club will be a sister club to the HKUST International Consulting Club, founded by Marshall World Bachelor in Business (WBB) students.


Korean Business Student Organization  

Established in 1996, the Korean Business Student Organization (KBSO) is a student volunteer group that aims to better both the collective and individual futures of Korean international students at the University of Southern California. The chief mission of KBSO is to assist our target students towards their respective professional lives – we achieve this end year after year by bridging students to the companies of their choice


Latino Business Student Association


The Latino Business Student Association is one of the largest and most active pre-professional business organizations in California. It was founded at the University of Southern California in the fall of 1978 to develop the young men and women into the leaders of tomorrow through professional exposure, community involvement, and social interaction.




LavaLab is USC’s first and only product design incubator run by students and for students. Housing anywhere from six to nine startup teams each semester, LavaLab has designed an in-depth curriculum involving workshops, guest lectures, and product sprints to maximize the value and success of its portfolio teams. LavaLab understands that ideas mean nothing without execution and arms its teams with the right resources and a supportive community.



Lemonade Day


Lemonade Day teaches young students how to start, own and operate their very own business using the model of a lemonade stand. Through fun and interactive curriculum, participants are trained in the fundamentals of business and financial management. Youth learn how to create budgets, set profit-making goals, serve customers, repay investors, and give back to the community. Along the way, they acquire skills in goal-setting, problem-solving, and gain self-esteem critical for future success.


Los Angeles Community Impact (LACI)         


LACI’s mission is to improve the Los Angeles community through consulting and to foster the personal and professional growth of the next generation of business leaders.


Marshall Business Network


MBN’s purpose is to assist students in finding their career paths. In this effort, MBN collaborates with other student organizations to create co-sponsored guest speaker events and organize corporate tours. These events are meant to inform members of the various career opportunities in the professional world by introducing them to recruiters and executives of various industries. MBN consists of committed students that are interested in developing skills to work in the corporate world as well expand opportunities for its members.


Marshall Business Student Government (MBSG) 


The mission of the Marshall Business Student Government (MBSG) is to improve the academic, professional and social lives of all undergraduate business students.


Marshall Entertainment Association (MEA)                


The Marshall Entertainment Association (MEA) seeks to explore and promote leadership and career opportunities for USC undergraduates interested in the business-entertainment field. MEA provides networking opportunities with entertainment-business alumni and industry professionals and seeks to provide students with a holistic view of the industry in order to prepare them for careers in the entertainment business.


Marshall Net Impact (formerly MOVE)  

Marshall Net Impact seeks to bring together socially-conscious individuals interested in entrepreneurship, provide valuable insight into the world of social business practice, and enable students to give back to the community by tapping into career-related passions.

Marshall Real Estate Finance Association (MREFA)


MREFA represents and advances the educational, pre-professional and social interests of students pursuing studies and careers in Real Estate Finance.



Marshall Women’s Leadership Board (MWLB)



As the premier women’s undergraduate professional development organization at USC, the Marshall Women’s Leadership Board provides an opportunity for undergraduate women to network with professionals, faculty, administration, and students at Marshall. MWLB serves as both a professional and social organization for the top female students.


MoneyThink USC


MoneyThink is a movement of young people working to restore the economic health of America through financial education.


National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)  

The mission of NABA, Inc. is to address the professional needs of its members and to build leaders that shape the future of the accounting and finance profession with an unfaltering commitment to inspire the same in their successors.


Operations Management Association (OMA)


The purpose of the Operations Club is to increase awareness of the operations industry in the business world to the USC community; to help students discover their desired career after completing the undergraduate studies; to bring professionals onto campus to inform and inspire students to venture into specific fields of business; and to partner with other organization on the USC campus with similar interests to increase the awareness of Operations as an industry.




Rotaract's mission statement is to connect USC students with Rotary International and to community service events in the Los Angeles area. Rotaract has a dual purpose of networking with LA5 Rotary business members and serving the community.


Smart Woman Securities


Smart Woman Securities (SWS) is a national organization with a mission of educating undergraduate women on finance and investments. As the USC Chapter of SWS, we aim to provide Trojan women with educational and professional development opportunities to advance gender diversity in finance.


Spark SC


The mission of SparkSC is to inspire a culture of innovation, expose students to hands-on experiences, support current innovators with mentorship, and connect like-minded individuals within the community.




SpectrumSC fosters relationships with professional LGBT networks and promotes diversity and inclusion in school and in the workplace.


Sports Business Association USC


The Sports Business Association focuses on educating students on employment opportunities in the sports industry.


Trojan Consulting Group (TCG)


The mission of the Trojan Consulting Group is to utilize our education to assist local businesses through pro-bono consulting, providing an unparalleled learning experience for our members, and to commit ourselves to the pursuit of academic and professional growth.


Trojan Investing Society (TIS)



TIS provides its members with opportunities to learn more about the financial industry through workshops, panels, and networking events. TIS connects members with alumni, professionals, and academics who have been involved in finance in a variety of roles. The TIS mentorship program for juniors pairs interested candidates with seniors who have successfully completed internships in the investment banking industry in order to help prepare them for the recruiting process.


Trojan Marketing Group (TMG)


Trojan Marketing Group seeks to expose our members to real-world professional experiences in a marketing driven industry, specifically a marketing agency.


Trojan Real Estate Association (TREA)


The Trojan Real Estate Association (TREA) brings students unparalleled opportunities within the real estate industry.


Trojan Venture Partners


Trojan Venture Partners is USC's leading venture capital initiative, whose mission is to educate and empower undergraduate students to find success in the venture community.


Value Investing Group USC


The Value Investing Group focuses on teaching basic investing principles to members using a value investing ideology.


During the Fall, students can participate in the USC Involvement Fair to learn about campus activities, and each Spring Marshall holds its own involvement fair to expose students to those organizations recognized by Marshall.

Marshall Recognized Student Organization Resources