April 20, 2020

As we all get used to this new way of living, many of you might be wondering about the coming school year and what to expect. Among many new exciting things coming up in the coming year, a new club is one of them! The Sprott Social Impact Club will join the Sprott community in the fall of 2020. SSIC for short, this club is a student run club that focuses...

March 13, 2020

Good afternoon,

On behalf of the SBSS Executive Team, we regret to inform you that based on the recent communications from Carleton University regarding the COVID-19 virus, and after discussions with the Sprott School of Business, the following events and operations will be cancelled until further notice:

- 5 Days for the Homeless

- First Year Bowling Event


February 24, 2020

The Sprott Business Students’ Society is pleased to introduce the executive team for the 2020-2021 academic year. This team will be led by the incoming President, Emily Buchkowsky. To learn more about Emily Buchkowsky, please see our 2020-21 President announcement.

Executive team members were selected by an application, interview and voting process by Cla...

February 4, 2020

The Sprott Business Students' Society is excited to introduce Emily Buchkowsky as the incoming President of the SBSS for the 2020/21 academic year. Voting took place on January 31st, 2020 through Carleton University's CULearn platform. Only verified levy-paying members to the Sprott Business Students' Society were eligible to vote in this election. The fi...

January 28, 2020

With Bell Let’s Talk day approaching, mental health has re-emerged in many conversations. These topics range from depression and anxiety to a lot of stress with school or life in general. It is so important that mental health remains a priority for everyone as a healthy mind will lead to a healthy life. Since mental health is so important, we have put tog...

January 13, 2020

Welcome to a new year Sprotties! We hope that by now you are all settled into your new classes and are getting a nice routine down. January can be a long month for some, with the combination of short days and cold snowy weather being quite the downer. After a busy December there is little to celebrate in January, and no real holidays until Valentine's day...

December 7, 2019

On behalf of the Board of Directors (Executive Team), please take the time to read the following announcement from our President:


To the Members of the Sprott Business Students' Society (SBSS),

In the last couple of days, the Executives and I have been hard at work in handling some news that has come to our attention.


December 4, 2019

It's the end of the term and finals are approaching. For first year students, this can be an anxious time as you do not know what to expect. I am personally a first year student as well and can admit that I am super anxious about the upcoming three weeks as I have exams worth two times the weight of previous exams in high school. During this time, make su...

November 30, 2019

This past Saturday the SBSS held their annual Internal Case Competition. “The Internal Case Competition provides students the opportunity to apply their studies to real-life scenarios and practice their skills before a panel of judges. Partners of the event, who act as judges, are able to provide students with feedback on how to strengthen their presentat...

November 23, 2019

The 52nd annual Business Banquet on Monday, November 25th at the Shaw Centre is quickly approaching and provides a great opportunity for students to network as well as hear amazing speakers such as our keynote speaker, Anastasia Valentine. In order to fully take advantage of the event, it’s important to be prepared so here are some helpful tips to get rea...

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