Included in Northern Michigan University’s over 200 student organizations are several that are housed in College of Arts and Sciences departments and programs.  

Some of these include:

  • Art and Design: Art Students League, National/Michigan Art Education Association
  • Biology: Tri Beta Society
  • Chemistry: American Chemical Society of Student Affiliates, Moles  “R” Us
  • Communication and Media Studies: WUPX student-operated radio station, Public Eye News (student-run television news program), Public Relations Student Society of American (PRSSA), Media Alliance for Communication Students (MACS)
  • Economics: Economics Students Association, Omicron Delta Epsilon Honor Society
  • English: The North Wind student newspaper, Passages North literary magazine, Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society
  • Environmental Science: Student Environmental Science Organization
  • Geography: Gamma Theta Upsilon Honor Society, Superior Geography Club, Rock and Mineral Club
  • History: Phi Alpha Theta Honorary Society
  • Languages, Literatures and International Studies: French Club, German Club, Portuguese Club, Spanish Club
  • Mathematics and Computer Science: Mathematics and Computer Science Club, Student Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery
  • Music: University Orchestra, Jazz Band, Pep Band, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, University Choir, chamber groups, Madrigal Choir, Music Educators National Conference Student Organization (MENC), Friends of Jazz
  • Philosophy: Student Philosophy Club
  • Physics: Physics Club
  • Political Science and Public Administration: College Republicans, Young Democrats, Model United Nations Club, Political Science Film Forum
  • Psychology: Student Psychological Association, Michigan Association for the Education of Young Children, Psi Chi Honor Society
  • Pre-Professional majors: Pre-Dental Club, Pre-Law Club, Pre-Medical Club, Pre-Veterinary Club
  • Theatre and Dance: Alpha Psy Omega (APO), Co/Lab Collective Dance Group
  • Others: All Nations Club, Student Michigan Education Association

Please check your academic department’s website or the Center for Student Enrichment for more information.