Student Organizations

Integrated Consulting Experience (ICE)

The Integrated Consulting Experience (ICE) program is a unique opportunity for you to gain real, viable experience employers are looking for, while using material gained in business classes. For a period of time between two to fifteen weeks, students work with actual local organizations as “student consultants,” conducting analysis and making recommendations to key decision makers.

Wilmington College Business Association (WCBA)

Founded by and presided over by students, the Wilmington College Business Association (WCBA) is a campus organization created for the purpose of introducing students to the world of business. Through company tours, guest speakers, and on-campus recruiters, students have the exciting opportunity to explore the current business environment and network with those who can impact their career most. Membership is open to all students, and there is no cost to join.

Omicron Delta Epsilon

The Honorary Society for Economics, Omicron Delta Epsilon, is internationally known and widely respected. Membership is by invitation only for students who have taken four economics classes, maintain a cumulative grade point average 3.0 as well as a 3.0 grade point average in Economics coursework, and possess a demonstrated appreciation for the economic perspective. The society offers opportunities for collaboration between students and faculty interested in Economics at Wilmington College and other institutions. There are also opportunities for undergraduate students to publish in the Society’s journal, The American Economist, and to enter essay competitions sponsored by Omicron Delta Epsilon. Membership entitles the student to a free subscription to The American Economist for one year.

Ralph J. Stolle Entrepreneurship Program

In honor of Ralph J. Stolle and through a generous endowment from the Stolle family, Wilmington College is honored to have the Ralph J. Stolle Entrepreneurship program. The late Stolle was an inventor and industrialist and is known throughout the world for his invention of machinery that manufactures "pop-tops" for metal cans as well as his research and development of bovine immunization procedures. The Ralph J. Stolle Entrepreneurship Program seeks to work with area entrepreneurs in developing business plans, conducting marketing analysis, crafting strategy, and so forth. The business students of Wilmington College carry out this effort, garnering them invaluable experience as well as assisting budding entrepreneurs in the surrounding community.