The members of NMU student organizations sponsor almost 300 campus-wide programs and events every year in addition to the hundreds of group activities. These same students volunteer thousands of hours of service annually to local communities. In the process, the student organizations that register at Northern Michigan University every year provide thousands of students with fun, friendships, memories, and educational experiences that cannot be found in the classroom.
Efforts put forth by student organizations are recognized annually at the Leadership Recognition Banquet.
To learn more about NMU's student organizations, browse the links and categories below:
Student Organization: Native American Student Association (NASA)
|Description||The Native American Student Association (NASA) serves to promote events related to Native American heritage and culture while serving as a supportive and interactive group for Native American students. All NMU students are welcome to join and become an active member of this organization. NASA has hosted drum socials, the First Nations Food Taster, the annual Learning to Walk Together Traditional Pow-Wow, and co-sponsors Native American Heritage Month. NASA has also participated in community programs such as Title VII Indian Education with the local public schools, Earth Day activities, and the UNITED Conference. The Anishinaabe News, a Native American newspaper which provides readers with information about current events or issues that are related to Native American culture, is also part of NASA. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our webpage at webb.nmu.edu/centers/nativeamericanstudents/sitesections/students for more information.|
|Street Address||Box 73, University Center|