Who We Are
The Undergraduate Business Council exists to serve the KU School of Business by representing the student body in matters of importance, providing support to its constituents, promoting a culture of engagement and inclusion, and acting as student leaders within the School. To fulfill this mission, we sponsor numerous professional and social events, fund and support our member organizations, and bridge the gap between the administration, faculty, and students.
2023-2024 Mission Statement
This coming year, UBC aims to support all KU business school students while adequately representing all diverse perspectives. Together, we will provide a welcome learning environment, support clubs’ future endeavors, and bridge the gap between administration and students. Overall, our leadership will make an impact that affects individuals beyond today.
The Undergraduate Business Council's constitution can be found within the "For member clubs" tab above or using the link below.
We are led by our elected Executive Board, consisting of the President, Vice President, Faculty Advisor, and seven executive officers. Our members include Junior Council and KU School of Business student organizations. Committees are our general membership body, made up of four committees, each dedicated to realizing the UBC mission in distinct ways. Below is a visual of our organizational structure.
The Place We Call Home
Capitol Federal Hall fosters an environment of collaboration, innovation, and future-focused thinking. With unique study spaces, a finance lab, and other key features, the building provides a home for business students to excel both in and out of the classroom. Learn more by visiting the Capitol Federal Hall website via the link below.
In Fall 2015, the UBC began a period of rapid growth and change. As such, our logo helped us establish a new brand that would propel us forward as the leading student organization in the School of Business. In Fall 2022 the logo was revised and updated to better fit the marketing needs of the organization.