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Student Clubs

An integral connection to the Stern community

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Stern Undergraduate College has an active club system comprised of member clubs. The clubs promote professional development in a broad range of industries and interests, from finance and accounting to social impact and entertainment. Many of the clubs focus on career development and cultivate strong relationships with companies and organizations as well as Stern alumni who continue to support the club system by attending or speaking at events. More than 60% of Stern students participate in the club system.

The Inter-Club Council (ICC) is the governing body of the member clubs and is overseen by the Undergraduate Office of Student Engagement (OSE). ICC is charged with creating cohesion between the clubs, marketing events to the Stern community, and planning large-scale events that further promote the club system.

The ICC connects students to the Stern community and enables students to develop networking, team building, and leadership skills. Ready to join or get more involved? Email the ICC or visit their website.

ICC member clubs include:


Accounting Society
Actuarial SocietyNegotiations Club
Alpha Kappa PsiNet Impact
Beta Alpha PsiPhi Chi Theta
Business and Politics GroupPride Corp
Delta Sigma PiProfessional Development Society
Economics Honor SocietyQuantitative Finance Society
Entrepreneurial Exchange GroupStern Business & Law Association
Finance SocietyStern Cares
International Business AssociationStern Political Economy Exchange
Investment Analysis GroupStern Real Estate Group
Management Consulting GroupStern/Tisch Entertainment Business Association
  Undergraduate Stern Women in Business

ICC E-Board

Kapish Haldia
President

Ashwini Menon
Vice President

Stephanie Borowiec
Vice President

Warton Du
Treasurer

Patrick Fong
Secretary

Winston Wu
Marketing

Trisha Goyal
External Relations

Adarsh Gupta
Operations

Christopher Ng
Undergraduate Liaison

Kevin Sun
Undergraduate Liaison

Tiffany Lee
Assistant for Marketing

Sammy Aronson
Analytics