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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.

Remember to log your hours for Make A Difference Day under the Citizenship Edge in Superior Edge!Congratulations to the Student Leader Fellowship Program for being selected as the 2016 U.P. Service Award recipient in the volunteer program category! This award recognizes all the important work of over 1,000 student fellows, past and present, local community leaders who volunteer as mentors each year, and the community service internship site advisers that welcome our student leaders into their organizations to practice and develop their skills.The India International Service Project tentative dates are May 8-22, 2017 (estimated cost: $3,500). An interest meeting will be held on Thurs., Oct. 27 at 4 p.m. in The Back Room, 1213 UC. Come with us in May to teach in their schools, day care centers, and orphanages, and work with womenIs your costume offensive? Make sure you donAuthor Eric Schlosser will speak about "The Dark Side of the American Meal, on Wed., Nov. 2, at 7:30 p.m. in Jamrich 1100. Mr. Schlosser is also an investigative reporter for The Atlantic Monthly and contributes to the Rolling Stone & The New Yorker. Free - Students with NMU ID; $2 - General PublicJoining the registry is pain free, and it only takes 10 minutes to fill out the paperwork and swab your cheek!  You must be fully committed to register, between the ages of 18-44, and be in general good health.  By joining YOU could be that one match to a patient fighting blood cancer, and YOU could be their cure!  Register on Mon., Nov. 7, 5-7 p.m., Halverson Lobby or Tues., Nov. 8, Noon-3 p.m., LRC Circulation Desk.  For more info, please contact the Volunteer Center at volctr@nmu.edu or 906-227-2466.

Student Enrichment Links

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