Activities and Organizations

As a Stanford GSB student, you are part of the greater Stanford University student body. That means you can participate in all extra-curricular programs, organizations, performances, and forums available that make the Stanford student life a richer experience.

Stanford GSB Student Organizations

Student-initiated clubs provide students with channels to address issues most relevant to them and offer opportunities to further develop their leadership skills.

Clubs invite speakers from companies and organizations, engage the community in awareness and service activities, and build connections that complement classroom learning.

The F&I Club provides its members with a forum to explore and learn about various aspects of the financial world. A primary club activity is the management of a $150,000 portfolio that is part of the business school's endowment.
Food & Agribusiness Club
The Food & Agribusiness Club serves to advance the career and educational interests of the Stanford GSB community in topics related to food and agriculture. It also facilitates cross-disciplinary engagement on topics of agriculture with relevant Stanford clubs and academic departments.
GMIX Ambassadors are a conduit for communicating student views, suggestions, and constructive feedback. They help students understand the program by providing advice, answering common questions, and referring students to relevant resources.
The Global Speaker Series leadership team seeks to broaden the Stanford GSB community's global perspective by creating opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to hear from global leaders of change who are functioning in an increasingly interconnected world.
Golf Club
The Golf Club's mission is to provide its members with opportunities to learn one of the most critical and under appreciated business skills: the game of golf. The club sponsors instructional clinics and organizes various opportunities for its members to compete with one another.
Government and Politics Club
The club's mission is to provide a non-partisan forum to discuss government and political issues, bring government officials to campus as speakers, and offer opportunities to meet with government officials in California and elsewhere.
Greater China Business Club
GCBC is an exchange for Stanford GSB and non-Stanford GSB students who are interested in business in the Greater China region: Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong. The club provides opportunities to connect with each other, share knowledge, learn, discover, and create opportunities.
GSB Band
The GSB Band's purpose is to present an opportunity for musically-inclined Stanford GSB students to perform; to provide ongoing entertainment in musical form; and to act, through creative expression, as social and political commentators on life at Stanford GSB.
GSB Cannabis Business Club
The CBC’s mission is to prepare future business leaders of the cannabis industry through education and experiences. The club’s goal is to be the world leader in the professionalization of the cannabis industry. The CBC’s vision is a future cannabis industry led by Stanford CBC alumni. To this end, the club will offer a vehicle through which students can explore the state-legal cannabis industry and the social responsibilities that go along with being a business leader in it. As a point of interface between current industry leaders and Stanford students, it will also enable students to gain experience in the industry and successfully transition into part and full-time roles in leadership positions. The CBC will be focused exclusively on business issues related to the licit cannabis industry.
GSB Gives Back
GSB Gives Back hosts the annual GSB Gives Back Charity Auction & Gala, the premiere charity event at Stanford GSB. The auction is the sole fundraiser for the GSB Challenge for Charity (C4C) chapter, with proceeds benefiting the Special Olympics, the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and one non-profit organization selected by the student body.
GSB Pride
GSB Pride is a social and socially active organization for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered students at Stanford GSB. The goals are to provide a community for LGBT students; to serve as a resource for our membership and the Stanford GSB Community as a whole; and to increase awareness of LGBT issues in business.
GSB Show
The annual GSB show is a long-standing tradition at Stanford GSB. It is entirely student-written and student-run, consisting of videos, skits, and hilarious song and dance numbers, all designed to bring a bit of humor and wit to all.
GSB Shred
The club's mission is to provide a forum for individuals interested in alpine skiing, snow boarding, and other winter recreational activities.
The Health Care Club (HCC) at Stanford GSB strives to provide co-curricular opportunities for Stanford GSB students looking to build their future career in health care. Through a host of networking events, speaker series, and social events we help foster a vibrant community of health care-minded peers. In 2013-14, the HCC had 80 dues paying members, as well as 56 Stanford GSB alumni and 50 community members who come from a variety of health care and non-health-care focused backgrounds.
The mission of the High Tech Club is to provide opportunities for members to share knowledge in technology fundamentals and trends, to gain access to employment resources, and to network with technology leaders.
Hispanic Business Student Association
HBSA is a community of students of Latino heritage whose goal is to increase interaction with alumni, undergraduates, and students in other graduate programs at Stanford; foster professional and personal development; and encourage leadership, both within Stanford GSB and in the greater Latino community.
Improvisational Theater Troupe
Informally known as “the Archuckle Fellows” the Improvisational Theater Troupe is a Stanford-GSB-specific organization open to the entire Stanford community. Our mission is to provide equal access to the art of improvisational acting, and through improvisational acting to help students and staff gain comfort in public speaking, experiential role playing, and fostering a community of support for constructive personal risk-taking and development. Activities include weekly improv practice sessions, which are open to all students on campus and available to all experience levels, including no experience. During the practice sessions, a series of improv games are played with the leaders of the session highlighting successful improv behavior and reinforcing general improv ideas, creating a very strong learning culture. Practices typically occur once a week. Activities also include quarterly shows, which are free shows for entertaining students and faculty members.
Jewish Business Student Association
The mission of the JBSA is to provide a welcoming Jewish community for all Stanford GSB students and their significant others.
Latin American Student Association
The goal of LASA is to strengthen bonds among the Latin community at Stanford GSB and all those interested in it, while increasing awareness of Latin issues. To achieve this LASA organizes social gatherings, speaker series, and career development activities.
Leadership Perspectives Committee
The student leaders of the committee are responsible for identifying and recruiting speakers, serving as class liaisons, and facilitating discussions for "Leadership Perspectives," a four-unit elective that explores the principles and practices by which leaders institutionalize particular values within the organizations they lead.