The Student Finance Association is a student-run organization designed for finance majors, but open to any K-State students with an interest in the financial industry.

Mission

Our mission is to help students develop the professional, academic and social skills that are essential to compete successfully in today's financial job market. We do this by facilitating interaction between business leaders, faculty and fellow students as well as providing students with optimum exposure to the financial industry.

SFA recently had the chance to visit Warren Buffett in Omaha and learn more about value investing.

Members will have the opportunity to interact with professionals in finance. A variety of trips and other social activities provide members with networking opportunities and allow them to view finance applied in the real world.

News and Upcoming Events

Career Fair Social - Discovery Center (4:00 - 6:00 p.m.)
Sept
23

The Career Fair Social will give students the opportunity to network with employers as well as K-State finance faculty.

Announcement - Bond Fund Application

SFA members: if you are interested in holding a Bond Fund committee position, please complete the following application and email it to Shelby Hatesohl at hat92@ksu.edu by Friday, September 12th, 2014 (.doc)

Announcement - CFA Challenge Application

For those interested in the CFA Challenge team, please complete the following application and email it to Dr. Ansley Chua at achua@ksu.edu by Wednesday, September 10th (.doc) Also, check out the following documents for additional information about the competition: Timeline.doc, Official Rules.doc, and Facts.doc.

The Graham Lecture

Since at least 2005, Dr. John Graham gave motivational remarks at the last SFA meeting of each year. To honor his memory and in recognition of all the help and guidance he gave numerous K-State finance students over the years, the last SFA meeting of the year will feature "The Graham Lecture" where a distinguished guest will be invited to give motivational remarks as well as offer memories of Dr. Graham.