Enrich your leadership skills through a variety of leadership development opportunities. Discover yourself and your leadership style, how to lead others, and how to effect positive change in your community.
Freshman will receive a Carlson Crew Leader who will welcome, orient, and support throughout the first year experience. Carlson Crew Leaders will share collegiate experiences, provide guidance and resources, and plan engaging opportunities for their freshman groups.
No matter what your interests, Business Week is full of exciting events and opportunities for Carlson students. The annual celebration takes place each spring, with interactive activities like case competitions, an etiquette dinner, and a Carlson alumni networking event.
Women in Business
As the largest undergraduate student organization at Carlson, the mission of Women in Business is to prepare the future business leaders of tomorrow by empowering undergraduate women through the integration of education, support, philanthropy, and professionalism.
Business Association of Multicultural Studies
The Business Association of Multicultural Students strives to provide students with a diverse perspective of today's global business environment and assist you in your pursuit of professional excellence and community leadership.
As a U of M student you will take StrengthsFinder®, an online assessment that provides you with your Top 5 talent themes. Getting Your Top 5, learning about them and seeking out opportunities to apply them is part of your U of M experience. Here at the U, we use StrengthsFinder as one of many resources to help you succeed in your academics, career, experiences and daily life.
Each Monday during the academic year, Carlson School undergraduate students receive the BSB Weekly, an e-newsletter. The BSB Weekly provides all the information you need to know from the Undergraduate Program and student organizations.