Joining a campus organization is one of the best ways to become involved in campus life. Choose the organization(s) that fit your interests. The organizations you become a member of help you build a network of peers and community members that can help as you enter the workforce. Organizations will truly enrich your university experience.
Take The First Step
The first step is identifying a group or organization.
Michigan CampusStudent Organizations
The Student Life office works with all student organizations. The Director is located in the Student Services office located in the Church Family Administration Building.
The Student Life Coordinator works with all student organizations. The Coordinator is located in Student Life Office located in suite 1103 of the Residence Complex.
The Director of Leadership and Character Development works with all student organizations. The director is located in the Gaubert Student Activity Center.
If you are having trouble finding a place to get involved, stop by and talk to one of the staff members.
Some students choose to form new organizations that reflect their interests and goals. This is a fairly simple process and is initiated by contacting the Student Life Office. Involvement in organizations is on a voluntary basis, but is strongly encouraged. Be aware that some organizations require dues or fees as stated in the organization constitution or bylaws.
Being an active participant in student organizations also helps you build your EXCEL transcript.