Becoming a member of the Adam Smith Society is more than just joining a club. Your membership gives you access to an expansive network of other MBA students and professionals who, like you, value debate and discussion about the moral, social, and economic benefits of capitalism. To support and promote these ideas in mainstream conversation, we value committed members like you


The Adam Smith Society sponsors chapters at most of the nation’s top MBA programs. With assistance from the national office, we empower student leaders to organize self-governing and self-sustaining chapters on their campuses. Chapter leaders recruit other student members, organize programs and events, and work on campus to build both the Smith Soc brand and promote our message and mission: that a business career and the institutions of American capitalism are innately positive -- essential for maintaining freedom, sustaining prosperity, and ensuring a good life for all.

  • Baylor (Hankamer)
  • Berkeley (Haas)
  • BYU (Marriott)
  • Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)
  • Chicago (Booth)
  • Columbia
  • Cornell (Johnson)
  • CU Boulder (Leeds)
  • Dartmouth (Tuck)
  • Duke (Fuqua)
  • Georgetown (McDonough)
  • Harvard
  • Indiana (Kelley)
  • Michigan (Ross)
  • MIT (Sloan)
  • NYU (Stern)
  • Notre Dame (Mendoza)
  • Pitt (Katz)
  • Penn (Wharton)
  • Rice (Jones)
  • SMU (Cox)
  • Stanford
  • Texas (McCombs)
  • UCLA (Anderson)
  • UNC (Kenan-Flagler)
  • USC (Marshall)
  • Vanderbilt (Owen)
  • Virginia (Darden)
  • Washington Univ. St. Louis (Olin)
  • Yale