Student Clubs

Experience Goodman Clubs

At Goodman, there are many clubs and associations to get involved with that align with students’ personal interests. Joining a club can help you connect with your peers, develop skills that complement your academics, and network with professionals.

See the directory below to learn about the clubs available at Goodman and to find which one(s) you might be interested in joining. For details on how to join a club, please connect directly with your club of choice to learn more.

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Club Showcases: A sneak peak into club activities

Goodman students Daniela and Aryan share their experience and involvement in undergraduate and graduate clubs. Not only were they able to develop their professional skills such as networking and leadership, they made life-long friends along the way! Discover how joining a club played a vital part in shaping their Goodman experience.

Daniela says, “It’s been not only a wonderful experience for professional development, but I’ve also met a lot of friends [through participation]”.

Aryan says, “leading events has boosted my self-confidence as a multi-tasking leader” a key skill required in the business world. 

Accounting Students' Association (ASA)

The ASA provides an opportunity for students with an interest in accounting to get involved through conferences, competitions, and networking opportunities. 

ACE Goodman (formerly DECA)

ACE is an international business case competition where delegates set out to compete against other chapters on the local, national, and international level.

Brock Finance & Investment Group (BFIG)

The Brock Finance & Investment Group is a team of focused students and graduates who actively invest capital in the North American marketplace, through a student-funded portfolio. 

Brock Innovation Group (BIG)

The Brock Innovation Group supports student-led entrepreneurship and helps them develop crucial skills by providing the opportunity to gain tools and resources for them to develop their ideas into ventures.

Brock Marketing Association (BMA)

With 15+ years of experience, BMA is one of the biggest student clubs at the Goodman School of Business. BMA hosts case competitions, workshops, showcases, and community projects.

Business Students' Association (BSA)

The Goodman BSA strives to enhance the experience of undergraduate Goodman students through mentorship programs and providing students with opportunities to achieve success.

Data Analytics Students' Association (DASA)

Data Analytics Students’ Association educates students on the implementation of Data Analytics in business through speaker series featuring industry leaders, events, and workshops.

Graduate Business Council (GBC)

The Goodman GBC organizes business competitions, social events, professional networking sessions, professional development training, and community outreach programs.

Goodman Consulting Association (GCA)

The GCA aims to educate students about the world of consulting and opportunities within the industry through workshops and competitions.

Goodman JDC Central (JDCC)

JDC Central is a three-day event that showcases academic competitions, athletic challenge, social competition as well as a charity initiative. 

International Partnership of Business Schools (IPBS)

IPBS club founders from left: Carina Hohenadel, Julia Gralka, and Elke Neumann stand in front of Schmon Tower The Goodman IPBS helps connect Canadian and international students together, and to support those interested in study abroad opportunities. 

Women in Business (WIB)

Brock WIB aims to promote equality in business by educating both men and women on the female experience in the workplace and highlights efforts to have more women in leadership.

Experience Goodman Competitions

Many of our student clubs and associations host and participate in a variety of competitions and conferences.

Non-Business Clubs

For a complete list of non-business clubs, visit the BUSU Clubs Directory

Can’t find a match? you can start your own club

Visit the Brock University Students’ Union Clubs Page to learn about the steps you can take to organize your own student club

Questions? Contact the Clubs Coordinator at