Student Organizations


ANC game night


Frankie & Wendy at SUNNY 101.9
Make a Difference Day

Student Organizations at NMU provide fun, friendships, memories, and educational experiences that cannot be found in the classroom.

The All Nations Club (ANC) consists of both international and domestic NMU students. The club aims to create cultural understanding in the community by organizing the award-winning International Food Festival, giving presentations about different countries, and uniting students to make them feel more comfortable in an unfamiliar cultural environment. The All Nations Club are recipients of the 2004-2005 Program of the Year Award for the International Food Fest.

Anyone is welcome to enjoy the club! Experience the fun of new friendships while promoting global citizenship and gaining cultural competency. Contact the International Programs office to find out more. Email, call 227-2510, or stop by 203 Cohodas.

All About Korea
This club was started by the Korean exchange students of fall 2015. It was founded on the ideology of Culture and Historical exchange and aims to share and teach its international members about Korea, such as language, music, drama, holidays and of course FOOD. Each member brings a different perspective of their backgrounds and traditions and through a group effort they strive to teach others about their beautiful home country of Korea.

The Chinese Organization
The Chinese Organization is open to everyone who is interested in Chinese culture, language, and friendship with Chinese people. 


Want to know more?

  • Click here to visit the International Programs Facebook page.
  • Listen to a SUNNY Morning Show radio interview with ANC members Frankie and Wendy (pictured middle right) here.
  • Read this North Wind newspaper article about the Food Fest.
  • Check out another North Wind article about the ANC here.