Student Clubs

The Council is the voice of the student body and is composed of representatives from all three years of the FEMBA program and is responsible for the academic and social well-being of the FEMBA student body. FEMBA representatives interface with fellow classmates, Executive MBAs (EMBAs), Full Time MBAs, faculty, alumni and staff on a regular basis to ensure that the needs of the FEMBA student body are considered in decisions that affect student life. FEMBA Council consists of 43 total members, 36 of which are Section Representatives (12 sections each with an elected External, Internal and Social Representative). Each Spring term, the Council elects seven Executive Board members; President, Executive Vice President and five Vice Presidents that specialize in various domains of the FEMBA program.

The VP of Council Affairs oversees procedures and protocol internal to the function of the FEMBA Council. The VP of Marketing oversees communications between the Council and the student body. External Representatives specialize in career services and the alumni network and report to the VP of External Affairs. Internal Representatives specialize in academic and logistics issues on campus and report to the VP of Internal Affairs. Social Representatives specialize in social and networking activities and report to the VP of Social & Networking Affairs.

FEMBA Council provides an opportunity for students to take theoretical lessons of leadership and teamwork and put them into practice to have a real and measurable impact. We are proud of our relationship with the faculty, the staff and the deans and hope to build on those relationships in the upcoming year. Your input and active participation can go a long way towards bringing about a better educational and social experience for all of us here at Anderson.

The Anderson Student Association (ASA) governs the UCLA Anderson School of Management student body to ensure a high quality of student life and to foster relationships between students, faculty, alumni, and the business community. By virtue of enrollment, every Anderson student is a member of ASA and is eligible to participate in all sponsored events.

The mission statement of the Anderson Student Association (ASA) is to enrich the student MBA experience by providing:

  • Leadership that empowers and inspires
  • Advocacy on behalf of student's interests
  • Coordination of all student-run activities


Made up of over 30 student-run clubs and organizations. These clubs represent a wide array of professional, cultural, social and athletic interests. Leaders from these clubs represent their members as part of the ASA Council, a voting body of students who work to improve student life on a variety of issues.