Clubs & Organizations
Important Forms & Links:
All student organizations must be registered by September 8, 2014 to be recognized for the 2014-2015 academic year.
UDM is full of people just like you.
No matter what interests you, you're sure to find friends at UDM who share your passion. We have more than 50 clubs and organizations that bring students together to build skills, make friends, develop networks and have fun.
Are you interested in joining a club that relates to your major? UDM has a Chem Club, American Institute of Architecture Students, Engineering and Science Student Council, Political Science Association, Philosophy Club and many others. Like to perform? Then check out the Detroit Titans in Motion dance squad or the campus radio station. Want to make a difference through community service? The Student Senate and fraternities and sororities are among the many campus groups that provide opportunities for students to give back.
Benefits of Membership
Student organizations are an integral part of student life at the University of Detroit Mercy, contributing to the holistic development of students. Participation in organizations assist students in developing the transferable skills sought by most employers. Students also learn to be effective team players, well rounded individuals and productive citizens. Activities sponsored by student organizations promote social involvement, cultural and community awareness, critical thinking, global understanding and life planning skills.
Are You Interested in Joining or Forming a Club or Organization?
You may contact registered student organizations by email or attend the annual Student Organization Fair. In addition, organization representatives are eager to talk with interested students at informational meetings and other campus events hosted throughout the year.
Starting a New Organization?
Students are welcome to start new organizations. All student organizations must be registered by September 8, 2014 to be recognized for the 2014-2015 academic year. No student organization registration applications will be taken after September 11, 2014 for the 2014-2015 academic year.
- The Student Organization Policy and Registration Form are available here to help guide you through the necessary steps to register a new student organization.
- In addition to registering your organization through the Student Life Office, your attendance at the Annual Campus Leadership & Service Conference is MANDATORY as a requirement to be recognized as an organization on campus for the 2014-2015 school year.
For additional information, please call the Student Life Office at (313) 993-1150.