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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

  • What is the FMA?

FMA International is a professional organization of financial executives, analysts, professors, and students who live and work around the world.

We are currently the largest finance organization devoted to bridging the gap between finance theory and practice


  • Who can join?

The FMA is open to any student who is interested in finance, regardless of major or class standing. We do not have a GPA requirement.
Qualified students may join the FMA National Honor Society. Established in 1974, the Honor Society encourages and rewards scholarships and achievement in finance.


  • What are the Requirements for the National Honor Society Requirements?


3.25 Overall GPA OR

3.25 GPA in finance & related coursework

Completion of a minimum of (6) hours of finance


3.50 Overall GPA OR

3.50 GPA in finance & related coursework

Completion of one-half required coursework


  • What are the benefits of membership?

As a member of the James Madison University student FMA chapter, you will enjoy many benefits of membership including:

Internships and career placement opportunities

Making contacts with finance professionals

Professional and leadership development

Great resume builder

Washington DC/NY field trips

Meeting other students and developing friendships

Social activities

Optional benefits include

Subscription to Financial Management

Honor Society scroll and lapel pin (National Honor Society only)


  • What are the membership dues?

Annual Dues are $45 ($35 for the National Chapter and $10 for Local Chapter)

National Honor Society Membership is $50 ($40 for the National Chapter and $10 for the Local Chapter)

* $10 for optional subscription to "Financial Management" Journal.


  • How do I join?

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Publisher: Financial Management Association - JMU Chapter 

Contact Info: Elias Semaan - Department of Finance and Business Law - ZSH 322 - MSC 0203

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