Faculty Advisors for ISACA Student Groups 

 

An Academic Advocate, or their designate, may serve as the faculty advisor for an ISACA Student Group. 

ISACA Student Groups are organized under university guidelines, supported by a local chapter (if applicable) and officially recognized by ISACA International. 

While only professional members can form “chapters” (as in ISACA Bylaws), these campus groups can provide valuable connections for students and familiarize them with career opportunities after graduation.

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Who Should Join an ISACA Student Group?

Students taking courses in accounting/accounting information systems, business administration, information systems/MIS, computer science, engineering, and other related disciplines leading to careers in IT audit, security, risk and control, and governance of enterprise IT may be interested in meeting together outside of the classroom. ISACA Student Membership is encouraged, but not mandatory, for members of an ISG.

View the ISACA Student Groups already officially recognized by ISACA international headquarters.

Questions? Please view our FAQs or contact students@isaca.org