Clubs and Organizations

Dean’s Student Advisory Council

The Dean’s Student Advisory Council (DSAC) serves as the voice of Smith to help ensure that there is a constant enhancement of programs, classes, and procedures so that Smith continues to grow into a truly world-class program so recognized by our peers and top companies. Smith’s undergraduate administration enables DSAC members’ growth and development, both as individual business students and as a group through our work experimenting with, and implementing, new projects and procedures within the Smith School of Business.

Learn more about the DSAC

Smith Undergraduate Student Association

The Smith Undergraduate Student Association (SUSA) is the governing body of Smith clubs, students and community, and is built upon the pillars of accountability, engagement, and service. Externally, SUSA serves as a liaison between the Smith population and student-led organizations. Internally, SUSA seeks to create a connected culture for this and future administrations to grow upon. In addition to providing governance and support for 25 SUSA-recognized student organizations, SUSA seeks to enhance the Smith community through a variety of services and programs for the Smith undergraduate population. These programs hit on all aspects of the student experience, including community, professional development, service and wellness. Some signature events include the Fall Involvement Fair, Smith in the City: New York and DC, and Business Week. Visit our website for more information on how to get involved!

SUSA Clubs and Info

Supriya Daddi

VP of Administration
Da Eun Yim

VP of Diversity & Inclusion
Rodrigo Nakandakari

VP of Events
Jennifer Chiang

VP of Finance
Saahil Gupta

VP of Involvement
Alina Stepanova

VP of Marketing
Pranav Katakam

VP of Professional Affairs
Andre Stokes

VP of Service
Amrutha Gandham

VP of Strategy & Operations
Laura Meng

VP of Technology
Shankar Haridas

Snider Consulting Group

Snider Consulting GroupSnider Consulting Group exists to help University of Maryland organizations achieve their vision of success! Believing that students have the right to experience their passions via extracurriculars, SCG emerged when its founders discovered an intersection between their interest in consulting and the opportunity to assist UMD organizations. Along with providing support to the UMD community through client projects, SCG consultants receive intense professional development via a partnership with Ernst & Young. Students who are passionate about the growth and improvement of the community can apply, and in turn, they can transfer their business acumen to tangible experiences. SCG is always looking for new clubs and organizations to assist!

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