The undergraduate curricular areas in social innovation and entrepreneurship are complemented by a number of co-curricular activities, such as internships, study abroad programs, speakers, global trips, domestic treks, and case competitions:
The Business Healthcare Association is focused on filling the gap between business and healthcare by exposing students to the financial, managerial, legal, and consulting aspects of the healthcare industry. Each semester, TXBHA curates a series of speakers to provide insight on these topics, in addition to providing community service opportunities and organizing social events.
Capital Community is a student-run nonprofit that promotes personal finance education to help underserved communities. The organization is open to students from all majors at UT.
Consult your Community (CYC) is a nationwide, student-run nonprofit organization that provides pro-bono consulting services for low-income and minority-owned, local businesses.
Global Business and Microfinance Brigades is part of Global Brigades, the world's largest student-led global health and sustainable development organization. They're one of seven Global Brigades chapters active across the Forty Acres that, along with chapters at other universities across the US, seeks to implement health, economic, and education initiatives to strategically meet development goals in communities across the developing world.
The purpose of the International Business Student Association is to expand members' knowledge of global issues that affect the way we do business. They are an organization committed to learning about foreign business practices, culture, and customs in ways that will provide us with better global understanding of our international economy. The IBSA promotes interaction with international and exchange students while also advocating professional and social development.
Longhorn Kiva is dedicated to raising funds in order to microfinance loans to businesses in third world countries that can't afford loans from larger banks.
The Social Entrepreneurship Learning Lab (SELL) Fellowship is an intensive six-part fellowship program for undergraduate students attending the University of Texas at Austin who want to build social impact-focused organizations. Learning Lab sessions include lectures, discussions, workshops, and pitches intended to equip passionate students with a social entrepreneur’s essential toolkit
Texas Enactus is a community of student, academic, and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better more sustainable world.
There are currently 40 organizations and fellowship opportunities available to undergraduate students at the McCombs School of Business.