We, the Undergraduate Business Council, serve as representatives of the McCombs School of Business to create a better environment and improve the education of all business students by:
The Undergraduate Business Council was chosen as the “Best Student Organization” by the McCombs classes of 2009 and 2010.
Best Professional Organization
Best Academic Organization
Most Improved, Best Academic, Best Departmental
Pillars of the Forty Acres – Distinguished Individual Opportunity Organization
Swing Out – Best Professional Organization Finalist
Swing Out – Best Healthiest Organization Finalist
The Undergraduate Business Council (UBC) logo has three rings representing three components of the McCombs School of Business: the students, the faculty, and the Undergraduate Business Council.
Our job is uniting the faculty and students in hopes of creating a better business school. The left ring represents the faculty; the right represents the students. The open ring that links the two represents the Undergraduate Business Council. The third ring remains open because our mission of improving the experience of business students is never complete, and we are always open to suggestions.
The Undergraduate Business Council Constitution, Bylaws, and Code of Conduct are living documents that declare our purpose, outline our structure, and state our responsibilities. These documents are kept up to date so the Undergraduate Business Council can constantly provide those services deemed to be in the best interest of the students of McCombs.