The Move UP fitness program is a community outreach service provided by the School of Health and Human Performance that allows the NMU and Marquette communities the opportunity to engage in a variety of exercises at multiple intensities led by our graduate students.
*Edit* Time moved to 1pm. We have more than just books! The Lydia Olson Library is having "Get to Know the Library" tours for anyone interested in knowing what resources the library offers students. Tours will be held Thursdays at 1pm for the first few weeks of classes (January 20th, 27th, and February 3rd).
Zonta Club of Marquette, in collaboration with the Upper Peninsula Human Trafficking Task Force, invites you to watch a riveting new film about human trafficking based on a true story that happened in Michigan. Following the screening, you are welcome to stay for a Q/A with experts regarding the dangers of human trafficking and advice on staying safe. Rated PG-13.
The Career & Summer Employment Job Fair is the only in-person job fair this semester. It is an opportunity for companies and organizations to discuss full-time jobs, summer jobs, internships and part-time jobs with students. There is no cost for students and alumni to attend this event.
Adam Sadberry, principal flutist for the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, will be our next guest as part of the 2021-22 Siril Concert Series; Friday, February 18th at 7:30 p.m! General admission is $12 and free for NMU Students and Youth (18 and under). This event is brought to you by the Siril Endowment for the Musical Arts
Join the Center for Native American Studies Faculty, Staff, and Students in celebrating 25 years of academic excellence and service with our 25th Anniversary Celebration in a Box!
The group Invoke will be our final guests as part of the 2021-22 Siril Concert Series; Friday, March 18th at 7:30 p.m! General admission is $12 and free for NMU Students and Youth (18 and under). This event is brought to you by the Siril Endowment for the Musical Arts
The Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center is proud to present a concert by the Scottish folk-rock group, Skerryvore, on Saturday, March 19 at 7:30 p.m. The concert will be held in Forest Roberts Theatre on the campus of Northern Michigan University. This concert is part of the 2022 Winter Roots Festival.
Commencement is the ceremony that celebrates the completion of a degree. There are two commencement ceremonies, one after each of the fall and spring semester. August graduates can participate in the May commencement if completing requirements during the summer or after graduating in the December commencement.