Monday, September 25

Alexis Rockman Learning Lab and Display

A display of three large scale prints of Rockman's Great Lakes Cycle series of paintings, 25 field drawings and digital projections. Held in conjunction with...

Assistance at Home

A Marquette community member is in need of assistance with tasks around her home such cleaning, grocery shopping, and other daily tasks.

Father Marquette Elementary School Lunch Monitors

Father Marquette Elementary School is looking for two volunteers to work as recess and lunch monitors each day (Monday-Friday) from 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. ...

McNair Scholars Program Applications

McNair Scholars Program Applications

The McNair Scholars Program is accepting applications! If you're interested in research or graduate school, come visit with us to find out whether you are eligible. Join us for coffee, snacks, and conversation. Get your eligibility and application questions answered at one of our open houses: Tuesday, October 3, 11am-1pm in Whitman 141Monday, October 16, 12pm-2pm in Whitman 141Benefits to selected students include: Paid research internship Funded travel to conferences and campus visitsApplication fee waiversGraduate school advisingGRE prepEligibility requirements: First-generation and low-income OR underrepresented minorityAt least 40 creditsAt least 2.75 GPA Questions? Email, call (906)227-2590, stop by Whitman 145 or visit

One Book, One Community "Wolf's Mouth" Display

One Book, One Community "Wolf's Mouth" Display

Please join fellow readers for these fall events inspired by Wolf's Mouth - Display of books and films about CCC, POW and logging camps in the Upper Peninsula and related WWII themes at the Peter White Public Library.

Rabbit Island Artist in Residence Exhibition

The Rabbit Island Residency, located on a remote island in Lake Superior, unofficially launched in 2010. For the last six years the museum has partnered with...

Student Conduct Board Applications Available!

Student Conduct Board Applications Available!

The Student Conduct Board is looking for new members. If you’re interested in being a part of the board that hears student conduct cases, please fill out an application and return it to the Dean of Students Office (2001 C. B. Hedgcock) by 5:00 p.m. Thursday, October 5, 2017. The Student Conduct Board hears student conduct cases where alleged violations of NMU’s Student Code occurred and the student has denied responsibility. Serving on the board is a unique college experience. The time commitment varies from 15-30 hours per semester. Your experience serving on the Student Conduct Board can be logged for Superior Edge hours. Qualifications: Minimum G. P.A. of 2.00, completion of at least 12 credit hours, free of any probation imposed by the student conduct process. Applications are available in the Dean of Students Office and all Resident Director’s Offices. You may also click here and print the application:

UP-EMS Conference Volunteers Needed

Volunteers are needed to collate, staple, assemble packets, and help with general office support for the UP-EMS Conference that will be held on September...

United Conference

The 12th annual UNITED Conference will be September 25 and 26, 2017 on the NMU campus. The conference will feature guest speakers, exhibits, concerts,...

Nursing BSN applications accepted 9/1-10/1/17

Nursing BSN applications accepted 9/1-10/1/17

The online application for the winter 2018 semester BSN program will be open from September 1 to October 1, 2017 at If you have completed or are enrolled in fall 2017 semester for all BSN prerequisite courses*, you must apply to be considered for admission to the BSN program. If needed, contact your adviser for the appropriate semester for you to apply. The BSN application for winter 2018 admission will close on October 1 at 11:59 p.m. and no late applications will be accepted. The application will require attachments. The requirements will differ depending on your academic history. Our guidelines require you to attach the following: A copy of your unofficial NMU student transcript. Include current semester of classes & GPA. (This can be requested through your MyNMU Student Services tab and saved as a .htm, .html or .pdf file.) A NMU Transfer Credit Evaluation (TCE) and unofficial transcripts for all colleges or universities you have attended if you have earned less than 12 credits at NMU. If not previously provided to the School of Nursing or changes have occurred, Post Baccalaureate students transferring pre-requisite courses from another institution must complete the “Post Baccalaureate Prerequisite Check List”. This form can be found by following this link:, and is also available on the NMU Nursing website. The student must print this form and bring it to the Registrar’s office (2202 Hedgcock) to be completed. Allow 5 business days for processing. This form is then to be picked up from the Registrar’s office by the student and submitted to the Nursing office (2301 New Science Facility) in an envelope sealed and stamped by the Registrar. This is due no later than 5 p.m. on Monday, October 2. If you have received AP (advanced placement) credit for or Chemistry (CH109 or CH107/108 or CH111/112) you will need to attach a copy of your official scoring report from the College Board. If you are transferring from another nursing program, please provide a letter of good standing from the director of the previous nursing program. Any questions regarding the application process can be directed to LuAnne Crupi ( Apply early since there are no exceptions to the deadline date. *Required nursing prerequisites: AH 102, BI 203, BI 207/201, BI 208/202, CH 109, HN 301A, HN 301B, PY 100 (select other courses may be accepted, see your adviser if you have questions)

Ushers Needed for Forest Robert Theatre Play:  Noises Off

Ushers Needed for Forest Robert Theatre Play: Noises Off

The FRT is looking for student volunteers to usher for our upcoming production of Noises Off. Ushers would be responsible for handing out programs, taking tickets, and helping people to their seats. If there are available seats, ushers may also see the show for free on the night that they are volunteering. Dates and times of the show are: Friday, September 29th, at 7:30pm Saturday, September 30th, at 1:00pm Saturday, September 30th, at 7:30pm Thursday, October 5, at 7:30 pm Friday, October 6, at 7:30 pm Saturday, October 7, at 1:00 pm Saturday, October 7, at 7:30 pm Ushers should arrive at least an hour before the show begins, and dress code is business casual, but preferably black clothing.

Ushers Needed for Forest Robert Theatre Play:  Noises Off

The Forest Robert's Theatre is looking for student volunteers to usher for their upcoming production of Noises Off. Ushers would be responsible for handing...

Breaking Down Biases One Question at a Time by Dr. Joe Grimm

Naturally, we all have questions about each other. Unfortunately, we don't always ask them. Nervous about hurting people or embarrassing ourselves, we don't...

Applying concepts of Universal Design to Ensure Accessibility by Robin Jones

Explore the history and principles of Universal Design and how the adoption of such principles can enhance the physical and learning environment for...

Rabbit Island Artist Talk - Walter Van Broekhuizen

In conjunction with the Rabbit Island Exhibition, Walter will be giving a talk at the DeVos Art Museum on September 25th. Please visit for...

Skill Builder: Writing Great Resumes and Cover Letters

Learn to create an effective resume that will get you noticed in today's job market. This workshop will cover resume writing techniques and you'll also learn...

Skillbuilder: Know What You Owe

Not knowing how much you have borrowed in students loans won't make it less when repayment begins. Learn how to track your balances, control your loan...

Creating Social Change with Chris Mosier

Chris Mosier Athlete, coach, educator, advocate, and NMU alumnus Chris is the first openly trans man to make a Men's US National Team. He is a two-time...

Monday, September 25