Student Organizations

USC Marshall has 40 graduate student organizations. Ranging from community outreach, diversity and affinity groups, career clubs, and social and athletic organizations, students are able to expand their network to other USC Marshall MBA graduate programs and corporate contacts. Club activities take place during the day, evenings and weekends, and can include networking opportunities, social events and company visits.

Led by Full-Time MBA students, student clubs are a great opportunity for students to develop their interpersonal and team effectiveness and strengthen their communication and leadership skills. Club involvement and leadership positions are also an additional means to demonstrate to recruiters one’s skills and commitment to a specific career industry or function.

The Marshall Graduate Student Association (MGSA) advocates for the Full-Time MBA students to the administration and faculty, and helps identify opportunities for improvement in the Full-Time MBA program.

The Honor Committee (HoCo) is another umbrella organization responsible for promoting Business Ethics and Marshall Values. The Honor Committee represents the student body in the adjudication of academic violations. Our focus is implementing initiatives to strengthen Marshall’s culture that defines our five core values.

Learn more about each of the clubs at USC Marshall by visiting their webpage.

Community Outreach

Diversity and Affinity Organizations

Career Student Organizations 

Social and Athletic Organizations


"Being actively involved as a leader in student clubs was a way for me to explore new career paths and interests outside of the classroom, which ultimately provided for a more enriching experience while at Marshall. Starting the Adam Smith Society was by far one of my most rewarding experiences, as it provided a way to connect with other MBA students from around the world and bring meaningful conversations to campus. Club involvement can help you grow as a leader while maintaining diverse interests and relationships while at school, which is why I found it to be such a good investment of time."
Laura Miller   Class of 2018