FMA's purpose shall be to assist in the professional, educational, and social development of college students interested in finance, banking and investments; provide an association for college students actively interested in these fields; and encourage interaction among business executives, faculty, and students of business and finance.
FMA was formed at the University of Wisconsin Eau-Claire in May of 1982. The organization meets each week to build relationships among business students. Interaction within the organization is a key element to our success. In addition, members strive to learn about various careers in the business and financial world. Membership in FMA establishes you as an integral part of a growing network of students and professionals.
What will you gain by becoming a member of FMA?
- New friendships
- Opportunities to develop leadership skills
- Improved communication skills
- Ideas for career exploration
- Involvement in the community
FMA Attendance Requirements
($40/year or $25/semester)
Attend 5 General Meetings two of which can be supplemented with Executive Board Meeting.
Minimum of 2 Socials Attended per semester