Madison Economics Club

The Madison Economics Club is a student governed and maintained organization that sponsors lectures, workshops, and travel events of interest to students and faculty. Lecturers are arranged to address relevant economic, business, and political related issues. We also plan to take informative trips to private and public institutions such as a Federal Reserve Bank for events such as the Fed Challenge. Any student may become a member of the Madison Economics Club.

Advisor: Phillip Heap (heapps@jmu.edu)

For more information visit their BeInvolved page.

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Omicron Delta Epsilon

JMU’s chapter of Omicron Delta Epsilon (ODE), an international honor society in economics, promotes excellence in the field of economics and brings together students and faculty who are interested in economics. The organization offers numerous opportunities for discussions about economic issues related to business, government, and public policy. 

Membership requirements include: completion of 60 or more credit hours (junior standing); an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher; and a GPA of 3.0 or higher in all economics classes attempted (minimum of 12 credit hours completed). There are no exceptions, and GPAs may not be rounded up. Applications are accepted twice a year, during two-week periods in January and September. Membership is open to all majors who meet the requirements.

Advisor: Dr. William C. Grant (grantwc@jmu.edu)

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