Current Organizations

Students for Sustainable LivingThe 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:

Skate and Snowboard Club
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Student Organization: Alpine Ski and Snowboard Team


Description The Alpine Ski and Snowboard Team is a great venue for skiers and snowboarders to continue racing throughout their collegiate years and to meet people with similar interests. The Alpine Ski and Snowboard Team competes in the USCSA where we`re part of the Lake Superior Division of the Midwest Region, which holds its regional race at our home hill, Marquette Mountain, every season. Additionally, NMU Alpine continuously sends representatives to Nationals (for eight consecutive years!) which were held in Mt. Bachelor, OR, last year. A newer aspect of the sport is the USCSA introducing freestyle for both disciplines as well as boardercross and skiercross, which is open to everyone. You can also qualify for nationals for both of these events! We practice three days a week and have five to six races each season. Outside of ski racing, our club participates in volunteer work, fundraisers, and team bonding. Dues are $440 per person, which includes registration fees for the league and individual races, hotels, gas for traveling, equipment for practice, and team building activities. Members must supply ski equipment, a season pass to Marquette Mountain, lift tickets at races, and food while traveling. Members are also required to purchase a PEIF pass for the year. No racing experience is required, although it is recommended to have skiing or snowboarding experience. For more information, contact Women`s President Elisabeth Wolf (eliwolf@nmu.edu), Men`s President Jacob Sampson (jasampso@nmu.edu), or team vice president and snowboard contact Maddy Oberg (moberg@nmu.edu).
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Street Address 325 Arch
City Marquette
State MI
Zip 49855
Contact Elizabeth Wolf
Contact Number 248-410-5950
Contact E-mail eliwolf@nmu.edu
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