Office of Student Activities & Involvement is home to Student Organizations, Student Activities, and Fraternity & Sorority Life. It is our goal to provide CMU students with healthy and safe opportunities that will connect them to Central Michigan University and enhance their college experience. The Student Organization Center (SOC), located on the lower level of the Bovee University Center, houses over 30 student organization offices. Students interested in participating in campus activities should contact the
Office of Student Life.
Amnesty International at CMU (RSO)
For more information, please contact Emilee Madison, Vice President of Amnesty International,
email@example.com, or visit the
Amnesty International at CMU (RSO) Facebook page.
Advisor: Dr. Prakash Adhikari, Anspach 245, (989) 774-1926,
The Central Michigan University Student Chapter of the International City/County Management Association encourages student scholarship relevant to the quality of local government as achieved through the professional management of local public services. The chapter promotes the advancement of student knowledge about public service management by supporting student explorations of the ways public services are delivered in behalf of local communities. The chapter fosters student appreciation for integrity, professionalism and creative performance in the management of local governmental and related public service activities. Membership in the chapter is open to all Central Michigan University students in good standing academically who are interested in local government and the management of local public services.
Advisor: Dr. So Hee Jeon, Anspach 237,(989)774-3812, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit ICMA website
Mock Trial (RSO)
The Mock Trial Association at Central Michigan University is dedicated to enhancing the legal knowledge of courtroom practices and procedures through preparation for and competition in the American Mock Trial Association intercollegiate competition. The Mock Trial Association works toward the advancement of student engagement in the legal process. The purpose of the organization is to foster the development of both public speaking and critical thinking skills in class and in the courtroom. The organization meets every Thursday night at 6:30 PM in Anspach Hall 153. For more information contact
Dr. Kyla Stepp, Anspach 238,
email@example.com, (989) 774-3259.
Dr. Jeremy Castle, Anspach 234,
Nonprofit Leadership Student Alliance (NLSA) of Central Michigan University (RSO)
Nonprofit Leadership Student Alliance (NLSA) of Central Michigan University was created in the Fall of 2016. NLSA's purpose is to support students pursuing professional careers in the field of Nonprofit Administration. The alliance supports students in the development of nonprofit leadership skills and encourages community involvement. Membership in NLSA will open doors for future nonprofit leaders by encouraging innovation, implementation, situational awareness, adaptability and verbal ability. Members will have the opportunity to attend the Alliance Management Institute in January to earn the Certified Nonprofit Professional (CNP) credential and network with experienced nonprofit leaders. NLSA membership is open to all Central Michigan University students with an interest in the nonprofit sector.
Phi Alpha Delta, Pre-Law Fraternity (RSO)
Phi Alpha Delta is an academic pre-law fraternity of students who are interested in careers in law. For information regarding Phi Alpha Delta, contact the Law Center or the Phi Alpha Delta office in the University Center.
For additional information, contact:
Pi Alpha Alpha (RSO)
Pi Alpha Alpha is the National Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration. PAA recognizes outstanding undergraduates and graduate students in public Administration, public policy and public affairs. https://pialphaalpha.org/
For additional information, contact:
Pi Sigma Alpha (RSO)
Comprised of highly intellectual, motivated, and dedicated students, Pi Sigma Alpha is dedicated to self development and the development of our discipline, while actively seeking to increase our numbers, and the political participation of our peers. Purpose: Pi Sigma Alpha is composed of the top political science students on campus. We are leaders who seek to build morale and membership within our discipline.
Please visit: http://www.apsanet.org/~psa/.
Refugee Outreach Collective (ROC) (RSO)
The goal of the Refugee Outreach Collective (ROC) (RSO) is to bring attention to and advocate for forced migrants around the world as well as the broader issue of refugee crises. As students, we aim to provide voices to the men, women, and children who have been forcibly displaced from their homes due to conflict or persecution. Meetings are open to everyone! Make a Difference in the World.
Society of the United Nations (Model UN) (RSO)
The Society of the United Nations (Model UN) (RSO) is dedicated to furthering the knowledge of international relations while using it to enrich our lives and the lives of our peers. Purpose: To help students pursue their goals to attain a better understanding of international diplomacy.
Dr. David Jesuit, (989) 774-2795, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Model UN website