Beta Gamma Sigma was founded in 1913 and established at the University in 1962. Both undergraduate and graduate business students are eligible for election. New members are automatically invited in the Fall and Spring semesters; an overall GPA of 3.8 is required.
Beta Alpha Psi is the national scholastic and professional fraternity of the Department of Accounting. Established in 1962, the University chapter recognizes outstanding academic achievement in accounting and business, promotes the study of accounting and business, provides opportunities for interaction among members and practicing business professionals, invites speakers from the profession, and undertakes campus and community service activities. Prospective undergraduate and graduate accounting, finance, and management information systems majors who intend to major in the aforementioned areas and have met grade point requirements in their majors and overall, may apply for membership. New members are initiated in the Fall and Spring semesters.
Majors in the Dedman School of Hospitality are eligible for Eta Sigma Delta, the international hospitality honor society. The society was founded in 1978 and came to the University in 1981. The local chapter emphasizes career preparation activities. Students who are hospitality majors in the junior year with a 3.00 overall GPA are eligible to apply at the beginning of each semester.
A chapter of Sigma Iota Epsilon, a management fraternity, has been sponsored by the Department of Management since 1969. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for membership and both must have a 3.2 GPA, among other requirements.