Why Darden MBA
The Darden School's numerous student organizations provide personal, social, professional and academic support to students as well as service to the local community. All of the student organizations have a primary mission of enhancing the quality of student life at Darden. They achieve this goal through a number of diverse activities, programs and events. Their goals are supported by the Darden Student Association and Darden’s Prize for Club Excellence.
Most of Darden's student-run groups maintain detailed websites of their activities. The presidents of these organizations welcome your questions.
Darden Student Association (DSA)
Business and Public Policy Club (B&PP)Consulting ClubDarden Business Design ClubDarden Capital Management (DCM) Darden Emerging Markets Development Club (EMDC)Darden Private Equity Club (DPEC)Darden Technology Club (DTC)Education ClubEnergy ClubEntrepreneurship and Venture Capital Club (EVC)Finance ClubGeneral Management and Operations Club (GMO)Health Care Club (HCC)JD/MBA SocietyMarketing ClubMedia, Entertainment and Sports Club (MES)Net Impact at DardenReal Estate ClubRetail & Luxury Goods ClubTurnaround and Restructuring Club (T&RC)
Asia Business Club at Darden (ABCD)Black Business Student Forum (BBSF)Darden African Business Organization (DABO)Darden Christian Fellowship (DCF)Darden Jewish Student Association (DJSA)Darden Latter-Day Saint Student Association (DLDSSA)Darden Military Association (DMA)Darden Partners Association (DPA)Darden South Asia Society (DSAS)European Society (ES)Gays, Lesbians, and Allies at Darden (GLAD)Graduate Women in Business (GWIB)Hispanic American Network at Darden (HAND)International Business Society (IBS)Latin American Student Association (LASA)
Building Goodness in April — Charlottesville (BGiA)Cold Call Chronicle (CCC)Community Consultants of Darden (CCoD)Toastmasters/Gavaliers
Cold Call Chorus DardenFollieOutdoors ClubPhotography ClubWine and Cuisine Club (WACC)
Athletics @ Darden
Although these organizations have members who are University of Virginia students and may have University employees associated or engaged in their activities and affairs, the organizations are not parts of or agencies of the University. Each is a separate and independent organization which is responsible for and manages its own activities and affairs. The University does not direct, supervise or control the organizations and is not responsible for the organizations' contracts, acts or omissions.
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