The following groups are held weekly and allow majors and non-majors to informally gather for food, fun, and practice of language.

German

Stammtisch

Informal German conversation group; meets weekly for conversation, games, and fun with German culture. All levels welcome!

Contact: Professor Jon Sherman, jsherman@nmu.edu

Date and Time TBD

Deutschtisch

The Wednesday version of Stammtisch! An extra opportunity for conversation, games, and fun with German culture. 

Date and Time TBD

 

French

La table française

Opportunity to practice French conversation with campus and community members. All levels welcome.

Contact: Professor Tara Foster, tafoster@nmu.edu

Wednesdays: 7:00 pm

Harden 311

French Club

Student club promoting the culture, arts cinema, music, gastronomy, and language of Francophone countries worldwide. Meetings and events are held in English. All levels welcome. 

Facebook page

Date and Time TBD

 

 

Spanish

Spanish Club

Student-run club providing opportunity to use Spanish outside of the classroom. Converse, play games, and discuss culture in Spanish. All levels welcome to join at any time during the semester.

Contact: nmuspanishclub@gmail.com

Date and Time TBD

 

​American Sign Language

Club ASL

The purpose of Club ASL is to bring together individuals with various signing abilities to learn more about American Sign Language and the Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing community. Through various social events, the goal is to give every member access to basic signs that allow them to communicate conversationally in ASL. Some activities include silent social events, guest speakers, and getting involved in the Marquette community.

Contact: clubaslnmu@nmu.edu 

Date and Time TBD