Located in Finch Fieldhouse, the Adventure Seminars facility is the only one of its kind in mid-Michigan. It is open to the campus community and the public. Novices are welcome to try their hand at scaling the wall, and experienced climbers are invited to fine-tune their ascension skills. Community groups, organizations, and individuals can reserve the rock-climbing wall or high ropes course for team building programs, climbing workshops, birthday parties, and more. Open climb hours are held throughout the week during the school year and season passes are available at a discount. For more information visit the
Adventure Center. Project WILD and Project Learning Tree Workshops
Looking for some professional development opportunities and have a love for nature? Each semester a Saturday is devoted to environmental education workshops. Developed initially for teachers, Project WILD and Project Learning Tree are also excellent for non-formal educators, recreation majors, biology students, child-development majors, and others who plan to work with youth. These hands-on, activity-based workshops teach students environmental education techniques and activities. Find out ‘How Many Bears Can Live in the Forest’ or play a lively game of ‘Oh Deer’ all while learning how to lead these activities with groups. For more information contact Lynn Dominguez at
Meeting Professionals International (MPI)
the meeting and event industry’s most vibrant global community, helping its members thrive by providing human connections to knowledge and ideas, relationships and marketplaces. The CMU Chapter is one of only 13 university chapters in the world and offers a number of volunteer opportunities at the local, national and international levels. Not only does MPI offer students the ability to build their career and increase their industry knowledge, but their time, expertise, and energy helps the meetings and events industry improve and grow.
Therapeutic Recreation Student Club (TRSC)
Are you majoring in Therapeutic Recreation? The TRSC is for you! The purpose of the club is to expand student knowledge of therapeutic recreation and provide an experiential learning tool for students.
The Student Recreation Association (SRA)
SRA at Central Michigan University is a student organization established to provide first-hand experience in recreation and leisure professions. Their goal is to give students the opportunity to organize, plan, publicize and implement programs with CMU and the surrounding community.
SRA strives to provide professional enhancement through experience, education, interaction and volunteering to its members.Outdoor Opportunities (O2)
O2 is a student-led service club that forms partnerships with disadvantaged children in the Mt. Pleasant area. Student mentors engage youth with outdoor activities to foster moral and intellectual growth. Each semester the theme and focus of the activities change but nature and the outdoors are used as a consistent foundation. O2 provides recreation majors and minors with the opportunity to interact with youth and to lead and develop activities and programs.
Explore more about O2. High Adventure Club
Do you love hiking, camping, climbing, and paddling? High Adventure Club is a student-led organization of nature lovers, rock climbers, sky divers, campers, and outdoor enthusiasts. The Club hosts two large trips each school year. The first is Gauley Fest in September – whitewater rafting in West Virginia; and Ice Fest in February – ice climbing trip to Michigan’s U.P. Additional smaller trips are planned by members throughout the rest of the year. Almost every weekend finds at least a few of the members camping, climbing, and backpacking.