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: Trail Cats
|Description||Trail Cats was started by a group of individuals that love the excitement and challenge of four-wheeling. To satisfy our interests the organization has numerous off-road adventures in the surrounding areas. The purpose of the NMU Trail Cats is to enjoy the outdoors while trail riding, increasing driving skills, learning from others about four-wheeling, meeting people that share a common interest, and continue building knowledge of automobile repair/maintenance. Club activities include trail rides, cookouts, fundraisers, possible trail clean ups, and monthly meetings. To qualify to join, you must enjoy the outdoors and the sport of four wheeling. Vehicles are not mandatory. Meetings are held every Thursday in Jamrich Hall at 9 p.m. For more information, email email@example.com|
|Street Address||2040 Presque Isle, #110|