Student Organizations

Are other students as excited about entrepreneurship as you? Yes! Join one of our student groups and meet them today.

Suffolk Entrepreneurs

Our Entrepreneurship Club, or E-Club, is a chance to meet students and alumni with similar interests. The group meets once a month to take part in field trips, guest speakers, social events, and community service activities. As a member, you also have access to our Entrepreneurship Resource Center.

You don’t have to be an Entrepreneurship major to join. The group encourages all students to let their ideas lead the way. Log in to SUConnect and join today.

Sigma Nu Tau

Celebrate your achievements and join Sigma Nu Tau, the only entrepreneurial-based academic honors society. As a founding chapter of the society, we aim to bolster your entrepreneurial spirit and give you the recognition you deserve.

Eligible undergraduate students must have a major in Entrepreneurship and a minimum GPA of 3.4 after completing at least 72 credits. Eligible graduate students must have a concentration in Entrepreneurship and a minimum GPA of 3.6 after completing at least 26 credits.

Applicants are nominated by the group’s faculty advisor, George Moker, or by the faculty secretary, Suzyn Ornstein. Nominees then submit the Student Membership Application to [email protected].

Suffolk University Management Association (SUMA)

Strengthen your bonds with students, alumni, and community members who are interested in the field of management.

Future Investors in Real Estate (FIRE)

Come learn about the different divisions of the real estate industry, including residential, commercial, industrial, and retail, and how they work.

Past events held by FIRE include:

  • "Investing in Residential Real Estate" presentation by Rachael Burger, a successful real estate renovator and investor who explained how to use actual MLS property listings to calculate investing formulas.
  • Jason Weissman, founder and principal of Boston Realty Advisors, demonstrated where your major/minor could place you within the real estate industry.
  • Suffolk’s own real estate attorney Michael Feeley, Esq., held a discussion about Suffolk University's real estate developments, projects, and plans and answered questions about residence halls, new buildings, and facilities.

Join FIRE and connect with a community of students who have career aspirations in the real estate industry. Email FIRE with your contact information.

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