Get Involved-Opportunities & Resources
- Accounting Club
- Business Leaders of Tomorrow
- Adam Smith Club
- Phi Beta Lambda
- Omicron Delta Kappa
- Sigma Beta Delta
Internships are voluntary, but are encouraged. Students who chose to do an internship can receive course credit through ACCT 490. Students who become interns often work in local CPA firms. Students are able to obtain practical working experience to strengthen their resumes for full-time employment after graduation.
Resources for Students
New Student Forum – first semester orientation course for all new students; assigned a student mentor; small group activities; development of cognitive, communication, and Campbell community goals.
Current Business Issues – special first year course for academically outstanding freshmen; discussion of current issues with peers, faculty, and staff.
Business Skills Development – emphasis is given to time management and goal setting for students who wish to further their student-business professional relationship.
Retention Office – emphasizes personal and academic support and advisement for students of the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business.