Qualified Questrom freshmen, sophomores, juniors are invited to apply to LOCK each spring semester.  Non-Questrom students who are minoring in Business Administration at Questrom are also invited to apply.

Membership in LOCK provides:

A membership to an esteemed honorary service society in the Questrom School of Business

The chance to network and work with other exceptionally strong student leaders

The chance to develop strong, long-lasting relationships with the faculty and staff of the Questrom School of Business

An opportunity to give back and contribute to your school’s success by aiding other students and giving back to the community at large

LOCK expects its member to:

Attend all club meetings each semester

Participate in at least two structured tutoring sessions each semester regarding a variety of Questrom classes including SM131, FE101, AC221/222, QM221/QM222, etc.

Complete additional activities to satisfy point requirements each semester including: Community service, subcommittees, membership events, special events, and additional tutoring sessions

Reply in a timely manner to all communications from LOCK

Attend the new member induction ceremony every spring semester.

LOCK is looking for members who:

Have displayed excellent academic ability

Are able to communicate effectively with other students

Have the time available to be an active member

Demonstrated passion and ability to contribute to the organization

Admission requirements for LOCK:

Current, full-time Questrom student or Questrom minor with at least one semester left after the current one

Minimum of 3.30 Cumulative GPA (the cumulative GPA must cover a minimum of 32 credit hours completed at the School)

Completion of SM131 necessary

Candidates cannot be on disciplinary probation at the time of application for membership

Candidates must demonstrate a bona fide interest to serve LOCK and the School

Candidates can apply while studying abroad

Be a rising sophomore, junior, or senior at Boston University

The process consists of an application, an essay component, and an interview conducted by the LOCK E-board. Eligible students will receive an invitation to apply mid-semester.  Please contact us at for further information about recruitment.