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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 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 335 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 2019-2020.

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

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


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.


Congratulations to the National Student Speech, Language, Hearing Association for being selected SOM for February 2020! NSSLHA regularly volunteers at the Norlite Nursing Home, MOPS (Moms of Preschoolers), and with the Peter White Library preschool program. NSSLHA has a strong group of leaders that are involved in other NMU student organizations such as Mortar Board and the Student Leader Fellowship Program.Unfortunately, the Center for Student Enrichment had to cancel the Care Package program for this semester. If you already paid, you will receive a phone call from our office. Thank you for your support and watch your mail in September for info about our fall Care Package program. Questions? Call 906-227-2439.Congratulations to Passages North for being selected SOM for January 2020! Passages North is a student-run literary journal sponsored by the English department. They bring graduate and undergraduate students together to create literary publications. They are also involved on campus, sponsoring the Visiting Writer’s series and bring nationally known authors to NMU.Congratulations to Tau Kappa Epsilon for being selected SOM for November 2019. Tau Kappa Epsilon participated again in their yearly Tub Push event to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Hospital and a local nonprofit, raising over $4,000. They have also dedicated over 200 hours towards community service for the event alone.Congratulations to the Pre-Occupational Therapy Club for being selected SOM for October 2019! The Pre-Occupational Therapy Club collaborated with MARESA staff to create and support a GoBabyGo program in the Marquette area, which is the first in the Upper Peninsula. It is a program that provides mobility devices to local children.Congratulations to the Student Social Work Organization for being selected as SOM for September! The Student Social Work Organization was selected for their strong membership within their organization, including a mix of MSW students, non-social work students and underclassmen. The SSWO members work/volunteer outside the campus community at the Great Lakes Recovery Center, Pathways, Teaching Family Homes, and at NMU events such as the "Send Silence Packing" exhibit.

Student Enrichment Links

Center for Student Enrichment Staff

Center for Student Enrichment1101 Northern Center906-227-2439cse@nmu.edu