The Office of Student Engagement believes that a vital part of the education process at Misericordia University is involvement in student clubs/organizations and co-curricular activities. Participation in activities where leadership, community responsibility, intellectual and social interests can be met both enriches and completes a college education. Students are encouraged to assist with the continued development of Misericordia's programs and services through active involvement in student organizations and activities.
For more information, please contact the Office of Student Engagement at (570) 674 6407
Darcy Brodmerkel, Director, Office of Student Engagement and Addictions Specialist
Gail Wyberski, Administrative Assistant for Office of Student Engagement
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The Misericordia Activities Committee, or MAC, is the student programming board of Misericordia University. MAC meets regularly and discusses upcoming programming as well as new ideas on campus. They are an active presence at many of the university's events and annually attend a fall activities conference.
To get more information, or see what MAC is all about, contact Student Engagement at (570) 674 6407.
Misericordia University is host to various clubs and organizations.
Business Professional Association
Colleges Against Cancer
Corn Hole Club
Dead Alchemist Society
First Responders Club
Government Law & National Security Club
Healthcare Management Club
Math/Computer Science Club
Medical Imaging Club
Misericordia ECO Reps
MSOTA Occupational Therapy
NSSLHA (National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association)
Off the Hook Crocheting Club
Physical Therapy Club
Ski and Snowboard Club
Social Work Club
SNAP Student Nurses of PA
Sport Management Club
Ultimate Frisbee Organization
Women's Fitness Club
SPECIAL INTEREST ORGANIZATIONS
Autism Awareness Club
Beyond Harmony Capella Group
Campus Peer Advocates
Cougars for Change
HOPE (Healthy Options Peer Educators)
Irish Step Dance Club
Misericordia Theater Group
Misericordia Community Choir
Student -Athlete Advisory Committee
SOAR Student Outdoor Adventure Recreation
The Highlander Newspaper
Cougar Radio Station
PHREE (Promoting Healthy Relationships through Education and Empowerment)
STUDENT GOVERNMENT STANDING COMMITTEES
Adult Student Government
Misericordia Activities Committee; Where's the Fun? (MAC WTF)
The Student Government Association of Misericordia University acts as a vehicle for the students in order to build a better living/learning environment through listening and advocating the needs and concerns of the students to the administration.
Misericordia's Student Government Association is a student-run, student-elected executive board which represents the students at Misericordia University. Members of the board and delegates represent the students on various college committees. Student Government also is the governing body of the various clubs on campus and keeps records of each club's activities.
The Student Government Association also helps to run various activities on campus in conjunction with Student Engagement. The executive board helps to run theme dances on the weekends to act as a break to the students on campus. Student Government also sponsors the annual Presidential Cup Volleyball Tournament.
The main purpose of the Student Government Association is to represent the students and it does so to the best of its ability. Student Government rules with the concepts of mercy, service, justice and hospitality handed down from the college community itself.
Check the e-MU portal for various SGA documents & forms.
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2018-2019 Executive Board
Service-Learning is a structured learning experience that provides students with the opportunity to meet academic objectives through provision of community service. Students will work with community partners to develop and implement projects to meet those needs of the organization, and reflect on the value of the experience from a community and interpersonal perspective.