The student experience at Sprott is beyond compare to that of any faculty at Carleton, or at any other school in Canada. The rich experiences, connections, opportunities and community at Sprott are fostered by these tremendous clubs and associations. Learn more and get involved with them below.
The Sprott Accounting Students’ Association (SASA) represents the accounting students of Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business. SASA’s mission is to provide opportunities for students to develop their professional, social, and academic skills, as well as to create lasting relationships within the Ottawa accounting community.
The Sprott Finance Students’ Association (SFSA) is a student-run association at the Sprott School of Business. Their primary goal is to provide Sprott students with opportunities to expand their professional networks through networking events. They seek to provide students with opportunities to apply their knowledge of finance in the real world with various engaging events such as finance case competitions, meet and greets with industry professionals and Q&A panels with Sprott alumni working in the world of finance.
The Sprott Information Systems Student Association (SISSA) comprised of an executive of 7 undergraduate students who share a passion for Information Systems and want to pass that along to the rest of the student population!
The Sprott International Business Association (SIBA) is the student organization at the Eric Sprott School of Business for Bachelor of International Business and Bachelor of Commerce students concentrating in International Business. Their aim is to add value to the International Business programs, by supporting Sprott students and strengthening the global IB community. SIBA runs a variety of events and initiatives to support the needs of IB students at the school. From career and academic support to social events, SIBA’s goal is to improve the academic career, and networking skills of international Business students.
The Sprott Marketing Students' Association (SMSA) aims to provide the best academic, networking, and social opportunities for Marketing and Non-Marketing students. SMSA organizes various events (Sprott Marketing Conference, Marketing Case Prep Session, Meet and Greet) to provide students a broader insight in the Marketing industry. Their mission is to provide students the opportunities to connect and network with professionals, and explore the marketing industry through attending conferences, case competitions and career panels.
The Sprott Student Management Association (SSMA) acts as the cohesive unit between Management students and the Sprott community. Their goals are to create events that allow both casual and professional environments, while connecting students in the management concentration to each other, to faculty and to industry professionals.
The Sprott Supply Chain Management Association (SSCMA) provides an opportunity for all students with an interest in Supply Chain Management to get involved through academic, social, and networking opportunities. SSCMA holds events geared towards helping students explore the Supply Chain Management industry, build solid friendships with peers, and most importantly make the most out of their university experience.
Sprott DECA is Carleton University’s largest business case competition club with a chapter composed of over 170 delegates from various disciplines. Since its inception in 2012, Sprott DECA has experienced exponential growth and has solidified itself as a strong competitor in the evolving world of case competitions. Sprott DECA delegates are committed to developing their skills through weekly case training and competition. Delegates are charged with growing their leadership, communication, and critical thinking skills to become the leaders of tomorrow. Sprott DECA’s goal is to provide delegates with a platform to continuously improve themselves and achieve their goals through case competition.
JDC Central is a three-day event that showcases academics, athletics, social spirit, and charity. Delegates compete in academic case competitions, parliamentary style debates, sports tournaments and social competitions. The event allows students to showcase all aspects of university life from school spirit and dedication, to academic skills and teamwork. The team that performs the best overall takes home the prestigious "School of the Year" title.