Beta Alpha Psi/Accounting Club

Beta Alpha Psi – Alpha Kappa

Beta Alpha Psi is the National Honors Organization for financial information professionals. It was established in 1919 to encourage and recognize scholastic and professional excellence in the field of accounting. Through the years, the fraternity has grown to include finance and information systems students. The Alpha Kappa Chapter was founded at Ohio University in 1952 and since has become one of the most actively involved organizations in the Athens community.

The club invites different companies and firms to discuss a variety of different topics related to the professional career of an accountant. Beta Alpha Psi also hosts several events that allows for students to build a social and professional network.

Accounting Club

The Accounting Club is for accounting majors not yet eligible for Beta Alpha Psi. Members attend Beta Alpha Psi functions and meetings.

Meetings for both of these clubs take place on accounting night. For more information on either club please reach out to Dr. Stott ( or any of the officers.