We are committed to providing CMU students with activities and resources to support their them and their student organizations during students transitions to online learning. Check out the activities and resources below. Not finding what you're looking for? E-mail SAI@cmich.edu and we'll add it!

Activities Hosted by CMU

Activities on the Web is a daily web series that launches at 2:00 PM Each Day. Login to Engage Central for a complete list of activities.

University Recreation is offering online competions through IM Leagues.

  • Registration is open now through April 3 and the leagues will run from April 6 through May 1.
  • Participants are able to play at their convenience but must report scores on IMLeagues for games to count.
  • There are phone, internet, and computer games available for individuals to play.
  • Winners will recieve IM Champion shirts!

Schedule a virtual Peer Involvement Advisor Meeting to start planning out your co-curricular involvement for next year! They can help you think about the types of positions you might want to run for, the organizations you might want to join, or the jobs you should consider applying for.

Schedule an Peer Involvement Advisor Meeting Today!

Looking for some different ways to take a study breaks while we are sheltered in place as we prepare for spring semesters final exams? Try some new ways to destress and potentially win cool stuff like a semester’s worth of books from CMU Bookstore!

Everyday go to either one of University Recreation’s social media accounts – Instagram (ureccmu) or Facebook (@URecCMU) and engage in the activity posted.

“Like” and “share” daily post for the chance to win daily prizes ($25 gift cards) and/or win the Grand Prize of a free semester worth of books compliments of CMU Bookstore. All likes/shares should be posted by 11:59 p.m. EST day of post.

Activities Around the World

Right now, traveling might not be an option, but that doesn't mean you can't check out some pretty cool places.

For those of you who have taken the StrengthsFinder Assessment, this a great time to lean into your strengths as you navigate through this challenging time. Check out the resources below for things you can do at home!

Resources for Student Organizations

Holding elections is one of the most important things your organization will do during the fall semester. Below you will find an article discussing things to think about as you move your election online and tutorials on how to use Engage Central for your elections!

Cleaning Up Your Roster for Elections

How to Set Up an Election in Engage Central

Helpful Advice on Elections

Is your organizaiton looking for fun things to do to keep members connected? Below you will find a list of things your organization can host virtually to keep members connected!

  • Trivia Nights
  • BINGO Nights
  • Poetry Open Mic Night
  • Book/Film Club- Find an Ebook/Film freely accessible
  • Whose Line is it Anyways? Or Jeopardy Style event
  • Share your favorite songs with the group
  • Get to know each other ice-breakers
  • Pinterst or Cooking Demo

Student Organizaiton Specialists are a team of student leaders who have experience running student organizations. They are availble for virtual consultation meetings and can help you think about how to facilitate your elections, how to plan virtual recognition events, how to transition officers, and more!

Schedule an SOS Meeting Today!

Student organization advisors can support student organizations in helping them to make plans during their transition to online engagement.

Read here for more tips on supporting student organizations!

Student organization leader recognition is incredibly important. Check out these tips below on how to move your recognition events online!

Read here for more tips on planning virtual recognition events!

Transitoining your organization is one of the most important things you can do. Below are a few helpful resources to make this process easier.

Changing Your Organizations Primary Contact