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Center for Student Enrichment

The Center for Student Enrichment seeks to provide you, the students of Northern Michigan University, with a variety of extracurricular and classroom-connected experiences that will enable you to grow personally and professionally, to connect with the campus and surrounding communities, and more thoroughly enjoy the college experience. In the process, we will seek to help you develop the skills and awareness required to be an effective leader and an engaged citizen.


Student Organizations

There are over 300 student organizations at Northern Michigan University, and they range from special interest to academic. See the full list.

All student organizations must re-register each academic year. Register your student organization for 2016-2017.

Reserve a facility for your group's meeting/event/fundraiser

More policies and guidelines are available on the policies for organizations page

Quick Tips!

Are you looking to get your student organization off to a great start? Do you need some help planning an event? Watch QuickTips! (For Student Organizations)! These short (3-5 minute) videos will help your student organizations run smoothly this year.

The main reason that Superior Edge is sweeping across the NMU campus is really quite simple. Participants can get recognized for the activities and endeavors they are active with both in- and out-of-the-classroom. There are four edges: Citizenship, Diversity, Leadership, and Real World. These edges each represent 100 hours of achievement in volunteerism, diversity awareness, leadership experience, and hands-on job experience. Register <a href="http://www.nmu.edu/skillbuilders">now</a> for an orientation.After being accepted into the Student Leader Fellowship Program, members of the program experience the following: Fall Retreat, Leadership Class, Skill Builder! Workshops, Mentors, and a Community Service Internship. To learn more or get an application, check out <a href="http://www.nmu.edu/slfp">SLFP</a>.Check out this semesterOn Thurs., Jan. 19, Ashley Yates will be speaking at 7 p.m. in the Charcoal Room. On Fri., Jan. 20, the Diversity Common Reader Program will be meeting at 1:30 p.m. in the Hedgcock Atrium. For more information, contact MERC at 906-227-1554; merc@nmu.edu; or <a href="http://www.nmu.edu/multiculturaledandres/">MLK Activities</a>.Keith Knight is the creator of three popular comic strips: The Knight Life, (th)ink, and the K Chronicles. Keith is part of a generation of African-American artists who were raised on hip-hop, and infuse their work with urgency, edge, humor, satire, politics, and race.WinterFest: Alice in Winterland will be held Feb. 17-25. To find out more information, please go to <a href="http://www.nmu.edu/organizations/winterfest">WinterFest</a>.

Student Enrichment Links

Center for Student Enrichment1205 & 1206 University Center906-227-2439cse@nmu.edu