Clubs & Organizations
RMI students can stay connected through a network of organizations we sponsor.
Actuarial Student Organization
Georgia State University’s Actuarial Student Association (ASA) is a student-run organization that serves the RMI Department’s actuarial science students by providing career information, organizing networking functions for students, faculty, and industry professionals, and support in exam preparation.
Gamma Iota Sigma/Zeta Chapter
The Gamma Iota Sigma/Zeta Chapter is a professional fraternity organized to: promote, encourage and sustain student interest in insurance, risk management, and actuarial science as professions; encourage high moral and scholastic attainments and; facilitate the interaction and cooperation of educational institutions, industry, and professional organizations by fostering research, scholarship, and improved public relations. Membership in the Zeta Chapter of Gamma Iota Sigma is open to any student of Georgia State University in the RMI program.
Personal Financial Planning Student/Alumni Organization
The PFP Student/Alumni Organization is a professional network of current and past students designed to keep students sharp professionally and socially. Events include speaker sessions and informal meetings.
Graduate Risk Management Association
The Graduate Risk Management Association (GRMA) is a forum for graduate students in the Risk Management and Insurance Department. The organization provides professional development opportunities for students through activities that include meetings with insurance industry professionals via guest speaker sessions and RIMS Atlanta Chapter luncheons, student-organized seminars, and various social activities.
MRM Student Organization
The Mathematical Risk Management (MRM) Student Organization provides opportunities for graduate students to learn and focus on the mathematical and financial risks of the industry via featured speakers and meetings.
RMI Alumni Club
Through participation in the RMI Alumni Club, our alumni stay connected to the department and with each other, gain the ability to network with other professionals in their fields, and have the opportunity to attend interesting social activities such as wine tastings and museum outings.