The Marymount Business Management Association (MBA), a club that is open to all Business students, is organized and managed by students. Its purpose is to create camaraderie among students in the Division in support of academic, internship, and professional activities. Each year students elect officers and plan events.
The Honors Colloquium is a college-wide event that takes place each spring in order to recognize the work of students in all majors. Students submit papers, projects, films, or performance proposals to the Faculty Honors Committee, and outstanding works are chosen for presentation at an all-day event. Business students have presented group projects or individual reports analyzing companies, brands, or advertising campaigns.
Sigma Beta Delta is the International Honors Society for students of Business. Each spring the Division inducts Business students in the upper 20 percent of the junior or senior class.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) is a community service project in which Marymount Business students help low-income New Yorkers prepare their income tax returns.
In addition to serving New York City residents, the program provides valuable experience for the student volunteers. All volunteers complete a two-day training class taught by Professor Jill Beier to become Certified IRS Volunteer Tax Preparers. Volunteers also complete a one-day TaxWise software training class at the New York City headquarters of Deloitte and Touche.
Since 2011, more than 40 MMC students have volunteered with VITA and, collectively, prepared over 450 income tax returns that resulted in more than $650,000 of tax refunds to New York City residents.
MMC Mock Trial Club is a student-led organization which prepares and competes in the AMTA (American Mock Trial Association) competition. Presently, AMTA hosts 24 regional tournaments, eight opening round championship tournaments and a national championship tournament each season. Approximately 600 teams from over 350 universities and colleges will compete in these tournaments. In total, AMTA provides a forum for over 5,300 undergraduate students each academic year to engage in intercollegiate mock trial competitions across the country. Professor Jill Beier is the Faculty Advisor for the Mock Trial Club.