The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business offers a variety of student clubs. Each club is geared towards relationship building, networking, and improving communication. The Business School’s clubs serve as forums where students with similar interests are joined together.

Accounting Club

As a member of the Accounting Club, students are introduced to the many service opportunities in the accounting field. Not only does the Accounting Club provide students a forum for networking and meeting other accounting majors, but also students are exposed to potential employment opportunities.

Adam Smith Club

Adam Smith is known as the father of modern economics. His classic treatise, The Wealth of Nations, was written in 1776 and was the first comprehensive defense of individual liberty and a free market economy ever written. In 1751, Smith was appointed Professor of Logic at Glasgow and then to the Chair of Moral Philosophy in 1752.

The purpose of the Campbell University Adam Smith Club (ASC) is to promote the principles of individual liberty and responsibility, a free market economy, and limited government. The Club was founded in 1977 and is now one of the most active student groups on campus. In 1999, the Adam Smith Club was selected by the Campbell University Interorganizational Council as “Club of the Year,” an honor it has received a total of six times.

The club sponsors the Politics, Law, and Economics (PLE) Lecture Series that features lectures by well-known journalists, scholars, and political figures from around the country.

The ASC also hosts their Roundtable Discussion Series which allows students to engage each other, faculty, and the public on policy issues.

“Government is not reason, it is not eloquence. It is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and fearsome master.”    -George Washington Farewell Address, 1796

Business Leaders of Tomorrow

The Business Leaders of Tomorrow Club seeks to promote new business concepts, diversity, and ethics in an ever-changing global environment. The BLT Club strives to build stronger leaders, stronger businesses, and stronger students. The BLT Club upholds their mission by engaging in community service projects, lectures, and club outings.

International Business Club

The mission of the International Business Club is to discuss and analyze the unique issues faced by managers involved in international business. The club also serves as a forum to locate internships and study abroad opportunities, as well as, network with students, businesses, and organizations. The International Business Club fosters intercultural communication and global understanding.


Here at Campbell University, the PGA Golf Management Student Association (PGMSA) serves as a communication link for all its students. The objectives of the PGMSA are to promote the interests of the PGA Golf Management Program and to satisfy the needs of its members. Through involvement with the association, the students learn to excel in all areas; in the classroom, on the golf course, and in the community. Our pledge to our membership is to achieve a greater unity while we acquire a better understanding of the golf industry.

Phi Beta Lambda

The mission of Phi Beta Lambda is to develop leadership, communication, and team skills. Members of Phi Beta Lambda are trained in networking at the local, state, and national level.

Trust Club

The Trust Club provides an outlet for students studying Trust and Wealth Management.  Students are given opportunities to network with one another and improve the necessary skill set for acquiring positions within the wealth management field.

Contact Us

LFSB Undergraduate Programs
Somer Johnson
(910) 893 - 1380

PGA Golf Management
Matt Roberts
(910) 814 - 5702

LFSB Graduate Programs
(910) 814 - 4308


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