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Superior Edge

Northern Michigan University's Superior Edge is a student development program encompassing a wide range of experiential activities complementing classroom instruction to provide students with a distinct advantage by preparing them for lifelong learning, graduate school, careers and life as engaged citizens. To find out opportunities to get hours towards the Citizenship, Diversity, Leadership, or Real World Edges, click here.

The Edges

Superior Edge consists of four “edges”

  • Citizenship – Become an engaged, involved citizen
  • Diversity – Develop sensitivity and awareness of global and domestic diversity issues
  • Leadership – Become a competent, ethical and effective leader
  • Real World – Relate classroom theory to workplace practice in real-world settings

Watch this video to find out more about Superior Edge. To find out opportunities to get hours towards these edges, click here.

Why Participate?

Students who participate in Superior Edge make new friends, build community contacts and a great resume, formalize the recognition of activities they participate in, enhance the ability to relate theory to practice, and more.  Want to join?  Register for one of our orientation sessions.  Learn about other benefits to the program.

Log, log, log...letGet involved and stay connected! Find out what is going on around campus.Want to learn more about the Center for Student Enrichment?  Watch <a href="https://youtu.be/_VngcGG8RYc">this.</a>From Rockford, Michigan, Mason is studying general psychology. Most of her Superior Edge experience has been spent volunteering at the Women’s Center. In her free time, Mason enjoys hiking, listening to her record collection, and reading!Jordyn Klumb is from Marquette and has been an active participant in Superior Edge. Her most influential experience in Superior Edge was an internship working in a lab at the hospital in Ishpeming. It went so well she got hired as a phlebotomist! Aside from working hard and volunteering, Jordyn enjoys hiking, practicing yoga, and working towards a degree in Clinical Laboratory Science. Congratulations, Jordyn!
Log Your Hours

Log Your Hours

The only way you can get credit for your activities is to remember to log your hours as you go. Log your hours here.  If you want a refresher on how to log, watch this video.  We look forward to reading your logs.  If you want more information about how to write your reflection paper, please check out this short video.

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