MBA Association (MBAA)
An MBA program is more than just case studies and group meetings. At the Robert H. Smith School of Business, students are actively involved in their communities, striving to make both their school and their community a better place.
The MBA Association serves the full-time student body at Maryland Smith. The MBAA is the pimary interface between the student body and the administration in order to enchance the Smith MBA experience. Learn more about the MBA Association here.
The MBAA also coordiantes 14 student-run clubs. Its focus is to build a sense of community by providing Smith MBA students opportunities to interact through social and career development activities held throughout the year. Each club is listed below.
Asian MBA Association (AMBAA)
Black MBA Association (BMBAA)
Data Analytics Club
Finance & Venture Capital Association
Graduate Marketing Association (GMA)
International MBA Association
Jewish MBA Association
Latin MBA Association (LAMBASA)
MBA Consulting Club
Net Impact Coalition
Smith Association of Women MBAs (SAWMBA)
Smith Pride Alliance (SPA)
Smith Vets Club
Supply Chain Club
Learn more about each of the 14 student-run clubs here.