Fall 2020 Information
This is the place to be!
Free food. First day of classes. Academic Mall. What does this combination mean for you?
For students, it's a wonderful, can't-miss opportunity to find out more about student organizations, volunteer agencies and local businesses.
For student organizations, volunteer agencies, and local businesses, it's a great place to get your name out there in front of thousands of passersby.
Fall Fest is an "opportunity fair" where students come to get information on how they can get involved on campus and in the community. In addition to the student organizations, volunteer agencies and local businesses, there will also be free ice cream!
Student organizations interested in participating in Fall Fest should contact the Center for Student Enrichment (906-227-2439, firstname.lastname@example.org).
All businesses (including NMU offices/departments) must register with the Lake Superior Community Partnership (906-226-6591).