Student Organizations

At the beginning of each semester, Gustavus holds an Involvement Fair where students are able to discover 100+ student organizations. This is a great opportunity to learn about our E/M organizations and join.
Gustavus Accounting Club 

The Gustavus Accounting Club exists to help students learn more about careers in accounting and potential opportunities that lie beyond Gustavus by fostering relationships between students, accounting firms and other professional organizations.

  • Discover accounting careers and internship opportunities
  • Attending networking events and information sessions with companies that often hire Gustavus graduates
  • 2 to 3 meetings per month depending upon the availability of firms interested in presenting 
  • Most meetings are held on Mondays at 4:30pm


For more information, contact Professor Laura Bowyer at

Gustavus Finance Club
  • Provides learn-by-doing educational experiences that prepare students for careers in finance
  • Learn to nurture your personal financial well-being
  • The club organizes events and activities that promote the financial education on campus

For more information, contact Professor Sheng Yang at

Gustavus Women in Leadership (GWiL)

Gustavus Women in Leadership exists to prepare, promote and inspire Gustavus women in their professional and personal leadership development to reach their potential. Gustavus students, alumnae and staff are invited to attend and participate in their events.GWiL Pillars

For more information, contact Professor Kathi Tunheim at

Gustavus Investment Club
  • Offers a real-world learning opportunity where students manage an active and diversified stock portfolio with a market value in excess of $100,000
  • Students research stock market investment opportunities and making appropriate buy, sell, or hold decisions
  • Open to all students regardless major or class-year or experience in buying or selling stocks
  • Our trades are via an E-Trade account

Investment Club Portfolio

The Investment Club has two main goals: education about how the market works and what affects stock prices, and scholarship support with the money generated by the portfolio’s gains. The club was established in 1997 by a generous donation from Terry Skone ’63 as a way to help students understand the complex world of equities and make informed decisions about a diversified portfolio. Since 1997, student leaders and members of the Club have actively managed a six-figure account, meeting weekly to discuss holdings, offer stock watch suggestions, evaluate buy and sell opportunities, and ultimately make decisions about the portfolio’s equities. Investment Club is also supported by advice from members of the Economics & Management Advisory Board Engagement Team.

For more information, contact Professor Kathy Lund Dean at