Departmental and Professional Organizations
Art Club is open to all students and is focused on creative expression and fun. Meetings are held weekly and always include a variety of art activities.
The Business Club is open to all students and is of particular interest to students with a major or minor in accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing, or sport and recreation management. The club’s mission is to bring in leaders to educate students in business practices. This provides members with a fun learning experience outside of the classroom. The Business Club provides speakers on campus, field trips, student activities, and fund raisers throughout the academic year to help students learn more about the field of business.
Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Club
The Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Club is composed of students with the collective interest in various CRJ/HOS agencies. The Club strives to provide students experience with the Criminal Justice System, locally and nationally that is outside of a classroom setting. Students will gain a better insight into these career paths and give students the ability to make connections with outside agencies.
Sarah Vassios and Anthony Schulget
Meetings are every first Wednesday of each month at noon.
Touring Police Departments, Prisons, TSA, and Government buildings, CPR and First Aid Certification, Self-Defense Classes, ALICE Training
Anyone is welcome to be a part of the CRJ/HOS Club. You do not have to major or minor in CRJ or HOS to join the club.
Forensic Science Association
Marian University’s Forensic Science Association is an organized group of students who have an interest in the various forensic disciplines. Membership is open to all students – not just forensic science majors. The purpose of the Forensic Science Association is to advance the field of forensic science, develop a greater sense of community, promote understanding, and stimulate academic achievement and excellence.
The association strives to inform members of current issues in the field as well as provide information and inspiration for members to pursue forensic related activities. Members are inspired to serve the community through participation in specialized charitable community service events that educate children and the general public about the field of forensic science.
To learn more about Marian’s Forensic Science Association, visit our page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ForensicScienceAssociation.
Wednesdays during Sabre Hour
Mock Crime Scene Walkthrough or Murder Mystery Dinner, Calendar Photo Contest, Bake Sales, and Wisconsin Wednesdays
Any full-time Marian University student that wishes to join the organization can attend the meetings.
Marian Student Education Association (MSEA)
All education majors are encouraged to join MSEA. Affiliated with national, state, and local education associations, MSEA provides interaction with educational programs and provides many opportunities to work with children and come to understand the education system. The goals of MSEA are: (1) to influence the conditions under which prospective teachers are prepared, thus promoting maximum professional competence; (2) to examine the present and future conditions that confront students preparing to teach; (3) to develop an understanding and appreciation for the education profession; (4) to stimulate the highest ideals of professional ethics, standards, attitudes, and training; and (5) to provide a national, state, and local voice in education for students enrolled in educational programs. Professional activities include conferences and workshops, speakers, tutoring opportunities and participation in observing American Education Week.
We are the organization on campus made up of students who are dedicated to helping students to grow, develop, and succeed academically and in their lives. We talk about information going on in schools, hear from various speakers in the school system or with experience, and do fun activities that can be done in the classroom
Student Contact: Marissa Nothem
Once, every other week for an hour (time TBD)
Teacher/administrator panels, volunteering with Dr. Seuss Day at the Public Library, volunteering with the YMCA/Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Q&A with the Dean.
Who can join? Anyone who loves to help students succeed!
Why join? It provides a great opportunity to get to know others in the same major and others who love to educate, there are many ways to network and get to know people on a more professional level which can help with a future career, and we discuss education topics that are relevant in our lives and that can be used in our future classrooms!
Advisor: Bob Wagner
Pre-Health Professionals Club
The purpose of PHP is to assist pre-health individuals by developing skills and knowledge in their fields of interest. This is done through inviting guest speakers to campus; planning trips to visit schools; providing information on admissions tests, admissions requirements, pre-requisites, personal statements; arranging community service events; MCAT and GRE prep sessions; volunteering and any other activity requested by the members of the club.
Student Contact: Jenny Jenders
To be Determined
- Chicago trip to visit museums to further our knowledge outside of the classroom.
- Body world exhibit at the Milwaukee Country Zoo at the beginning of the 2017-2018 fall semester
- Volunteering at St Francis Home and the Humane Society
- Hosting Beautification Day
- Tie Dying and sun catcher events
- MCAT/GRE Prep Sessions twice a month
Why should people join?
People should join this organization because it is a good way to meet new people and our eboard advocates for student needs. We are also planning more activities to get people involved and to have fun. Our clubs mission is to help our members succeed.
Who can join?
Anyone is welcome to join but we encourage pre health students to join because our focus is to assist in any way with health professional schools.
Advisor: John Hammond
Psychology Club is an informal gathering of free thinkers who discuss everything from music lyrics and movies to the nature of existence, all while having a great time! Members are involved in campus and community activities related to the field of psychology. Psychology Club is open to anyone with an interest in psychology.
Science and Math Association
The Science and Math Association (SMA) is open to all students. SMA was the recipient of the President’s Cup Award for Most Outstanding Student Organization in both 2008 and 2009. SMA provides a positive and welcoming attitude, enthusiasm for Marian and on-campus activities and desire to better its community. Annual events include Road America’s Run/Walk for the American Cancer Society, Highway Cleanup, SMSA Science Day, Pi Day and Mole Day Bake Sales and Freezin’ for a Reason at Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Wisconsin.
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Why join? SMA provides a positive and welcoming environment for students to explore interests, either tangentially or directly, related to science and math as well as all students. SMA has a desire to enrich the community by participating in on-campus and off campus activities. SMA was the recipient of the President’s Cup Award for Most Outstanding Student Organization in 2008, 2009, and 2017.
- Freezin’ for a Reason at Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Wisconsin
- Highway Cleanup
- Pi Day and Mole Day Bake Sales
- Pumpkin Carving
- Science Demo Hours on campus
- Volunteering at The Wisconsin Science Festival, Science Olympiad, and Badger State Science & Engineering Fair
- Trip to Chicago to visit museums such as Museum of Science and Industry, Shedd Aquarium, and the Planetarium
Who can join? Anyone is welcome to join, it does help to have an interest in science and/or math but is not necessary.
Advisor: Sarah Garvey
Student Nurses Association
The Marian University Student Nurses Association is a local constituent of the Wisconsin Student Nurses Association and the National Student Nurses Association. The goals of MUSNA are: (1) to explore and develop a greater understanding of the nursing profession, (2) to promote personal and professional development of nursing students, and (3) to provide service to others in the Marian and surrounding communities. Activities include monthly meetings with various guest speakers relating to health care professions, community and University service projects, fundraising, and attending student nurse conventions on the state and national levels.
Adrienne Fischer – email@example.com
MUSNA is an organization that focuses on giving back to our community while developing understanding of the nursing profession. Through events such as Presents for Peds, volunteering at local nursing homes, and having various guest speakers we further our development.
Third Monday of ever month
Major events and activities?
Presents for Peds – an event that occurs around Christmas time; WSNA Convention – learning leadership skills; Nurses week during Second Semester.
MUSNA is a great way to collaborate with other nursing students. This organization gives you the opportunity to network, ask questions, and get involved.
Who can join?
Anyone interested in entering the nursing profession is welcomed.
Nancy Noble NNoble@marianuniversity.edu
Karen Roberts firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Social Work Association
The Student Social Work Association was organized to afford students a forum in which they (1) exercise their right to organize and discuss their own interests concerning academic and student life within the social work program, (2) participate in the formulation of policy affecting academic and student life with the program, (3) enhance social justice through promotion of people helping people on campus and in the community and (4) provide mutual support for one another.
Secretary Contact Info: email@example.com
The SSWA will try to respond to E-Mails within a 24 hour period.
Meeting Date: The first Thursday of every month. Time: 12:15pm. Location: TBD
Major events and activities?
SSWA holds a variety of events and fundraisers that help support positive social change. Events range from sponsored speakers by local and national organizations to student body focused community building.
SSWA provides many opportunities for students of the Social Work major, which include: helping others, making friends, creating connections, achieving personal growth, and forming knowledge of different aspects of social workers. Our main goal is to help others, whether they are oppressed individuals or of equal or higher standing than ourselves. Making friends with one another in the association and within the major is one of the unintended yet positive outcomes of being involved in the SSWA. Creating connections within the social work major, the university, and the community is a valuable quality and is very encouraging for the students’ future, which goes hand in hand with achieving personal and future career growth. We work with the community and with other students to promote social justice and lend a helping hand, teaching members different aspects of the social work major and how the social work values are implied in the community.
Who can join?
All students are welcome to join SSWA.