Clubs & Organizations


The Accounting & Finance Club is an organization for Accounting, Finance and other students who are interested in learning more about accounting, finance and related careers.  Through on and off campus events, we strive to help students refine their career pursuits and enlarge their professional network.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Brian Trout
McComsey 335
(717) 871-4454 - best way to reach is email

Marauder Fund

The mission of the Marauder Fund Student Investment Association (aka: The Marauder Fund, MFSIA, or MF) is to expand the economics and financial market educational experiences available to its student members by promoting and sponsoring workshops, seminars, and career development events based on financial markets and investing. 

Participation in the MFSIA offers its student members a learning experience which shall include exposure to various types of investments, investment strategies, and portfolio construction and management. This hands-on experience, coupled with current events and guest speaker presentations, will serve to contribute to the educational experience of its student members and enhance their learning experience at Millersville University. 

A component of the MFSIA is a student managed investment portfolio (Marauder Fund) that provides students with hands-on investment experience.  Approved and funded by the Millersville University Foundation in the fall of 2017, the MF will provide students with an opportunity to invest and manage real money. 

Learn More about Marauder Fund

Delta Mu Delta (International Honor Society in Business)

Delta Mu Delta is a business honor society that recognizes and encourages academic excellence of students at qualifying colleges and universities to create a DMD community that fosters the well-being of its individual members and the business community through life-time membership.

Learn more about Delta MU Delta

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jianfeng Wang
Office: McComsey 361
Phone: (717) 871-4188

ENACTUS (formerly known as SIFE)

Originally SIFE, Enactus was founded in 1975 to use the entrepreneurial spirit to change people's lives. Since its founding, it has become an international organization with 36 different country operations. In 2012, the name was changed to Enactus to convey the organization's unique nature. There is really no other program like Enactus, so the name change reflected that. The new name is a combination of three words. "En" comes from the word entrepreneurial, representing that Enactus members see opportunity in everyday surroundings. "Act" comes from action, because members show willingness and commitment to see things through. "Us" represents that Enactus is a group of people, connected as a part of a greater whole. Together Enactus is "A community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better more sustainable world."

The MU-ENACTUS Mission is to provide students the opportunity to develop leadership, teamwork, and communication skills through learning, teaching and practicing the principles of free enterprise. ENACTUS membership is open to all business administration majors as well as other academic majors. MU-ENACTUS is an active organization, which participates every year in the annual student competition.

Learn more about Enactus

Faculty Advisors: 
Dr. Alexandra Hutto
Office: McComsey 362
Phone: (717) 871-5445

Dr. Minoo Ghoreishi
Office: McComsey 338
Phone: (717) 871-7179

SAM (Society for Advancement of Management)

The Society for the Advancement of Management was founded in 1912 and is a national business organization founded to benefit members who share a common interest in improving their managerial skills. Its goal is to provide an opportunity for students to develop the necessary skills for a successful career. SAM builds bridges among academicians, practitioners, and students not only to better share management expertise, but also to develop and promote new management ideas. SAM also participates in an annual convention that allows students from across the nation to compete against one another in a comprehensive case study presentation.

Learn more about SAM

Faculty Advisor:

Dr. Minoo Ghoreishi
Office: McComsey 338
Phone: (717) 871-7179


The Student Business Association (SBA) is a student organization catered to business-minded future professionals. SBA provides students the opportunity to network with peers as well as local business professionals. The organization offers services to its members including: guest speakers, networking opportunities, team building, development of leadership skills, case study practice, participation in an annual national case study competition and much more!


Women in Business Club - This club offers our female students interactions with alumni and experts in all areas of business, giving valuable perspectives as well as mentorship and networking opportunities.

Contact: Lauren Watkins