MBA Association

The MBA Association represents the graduate students in the Nicholls College of Business Administration. It was formed to provide social and professional activities for Master of Business Administration students.

The organization strives to create a sense of identity among MBA students and to improve communication between students and faculty members. The MBA Association also works toward the improvement of the MBA program at Nicholls. Outside the university, the organization hopes to strengthen the MBA program in the eyes of the business community.

Our Mission

To add value to the MBA experience through social and business events while promoting the importance of building professional relationships. The MBAA sponsors and organizes a variety of social and professional development activities designed to help students create and become more marketable in the workforce.

Dues are a one time fee of $20.  Please bring dues to Dr. Luke Cashen @ 104 White Hall.

The MBA Association has a social focus. The organization is not affiliated with a national parent chapter, and attendance at events is not mandatory. The organization only takes on activities that are worthwhile to the MBA student body. Functions are usually scheduled on weekends and are family-oriented. The MBA Association usually hosts various socials, crawfish boils, barbecues, wine and cheese parties and pot luck suppers as well as attends sporting events.

MBAA Officers

Allie Falgout – President –

Marcie St. Germaine – Secretary –

Brent Cheramie -Treasurer –

Robert Petty – Philanthrophy Coordinator –

Rachel Mundell – Event Coordinator –

Katie Conditt – Event Coordinator –

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Luke Cashen –

Additional information can be obtained from Dr. Luke Cashen in room 104 White Hall or by calling (985) 448-4178.