World Languages Week - German Day

Enjoy a special German-inspired menu at the Wildcat Den! Pork Schnitzel with Lemon Butter, Spaetzle & Red Cabbage Pretzel Bites with Craft Beer Cheese Sauce...

2019 International Food Festival

Come and try the exotic flavors of the world! The International Food Festival is an event organized by the All Nations Club of NMU, international and...

NMU Best Buddies Bake Sale

Come buy yummy baked goods and get free stickers at the Jamrich booth from 11:00AM - 3:00PM. All funds will go directly to NMU Best Buddies.

Winter Semester Job Fair

The Winter Semester Job Fair brings together students and employers from the Midwest to explore today's exciting job outlook. Many employers will be...

Microaggressions and the Power of Words

Join English Graduate Assistant, Miranda Findlay, to discuss the many forms of Microaggressions people experience because words can be among the most...

Film Screening: The Women’s List

Join Women for Women in screening a documentary about the selected individuals’ exceptional achievements, struggles, and identities. All trailblazers in...

World Languages Week - Spanish Day

Enjoy a Spanish-themed menu at the Wildcat Den! Chicken and Rice with Chorizo Potato Bravas with Bravas sauce and Garlic Aioli Tarta de Santiago (Spanish...

Chez Nous Restaurant Lunches

Greetings Everyone! We would like to remind you that the NMU Hospitality and Tourism Management's 2019 Chez Nous Restaurant opens up Tuesday, March 19th...

UPHS Regional Blood Center Blood Drive

UPHS Regional Blood Center is hosting a blood drive on campus.

Resume & Handshake Information Table

The Career Services staff will be available to share information on overall student support available in our office, as well as offer specifics on resume...

Two-Spirits

View the movie and stay for the discussion led by Shirley Brozzo, Associate Director of the MERC

A Realistic Look at the Job Offer:  What Benefits Mean and How Taxes Will Affect the Salary Number

Getting a job offer is exciting, but it is important to review the paperwork that comes with the offer and elections available when you start a new job. ...

Retired Rope Workshop

Not sure what to do with your old climbing rope? Stop on by the ORC to learn fun and creative ways that will give new life to your climbing rope....

U Rec 101: How to Build and Design your own Workout Plan

Have you ever wondered how you would create a workout plan that meets your needs and includes interesting activities? NMU Rec Sports Fitness staff will be...

Visiting Artist Presentation: Christine Lee

Christine Lee has an interdisciplinary practice straddling art, design, science, and sustainability. She has traveled to numerous residencies and is involved...

Why Liberalism Failed: an Evening with Patrick Deneen

Trigger Warning! If you are offended by independent thought that breaks with dominant clichés, then what follows may not be for you. Stop reading now. But...

Your Health Lecture Series: Childhood Obesity

Co-sponsored by Northern Michigan University, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, UP Health System – Marquette and Superior Health...

Arts and A Cappellathon

The Northern Lights A Cappella is putting on our first annual Arts and A Cappellathon to showcase the talent we have around our campus and community. This...

Friday Shopping Shuttle

Need to make a trip out to Meijer or Walmart? You're in luck! Every Friday, the Friday Shopping Shuttle will take students to and from the Marquette location...

Coffee & Climb

Join the ORC for Coffee & Climb. We will have coffee and donuts available for participants! - Free coffee if you BYOM (Bring your own mug), or it will be...

Analog to Digital Conversion Workshop

Learn how to transfer those old analog mediums such as VHS, vinyl records, cassettes and films into digital, so that you can enjoy them on your computer,...

April South-Olson Artist Talk & Encaustic Painting Workshop

This activity is sponsered by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.

Mapping and Comparing Leadership Styles

Adapted from the NOLS Leadership Educator Notebook, we will map our own leadership style and compare it to others. We will cover pluses and deltas of each...

Guest Speaker Alex Kimmel

Alex Kimmel, an advocate for self-determination, will be speaking at 4:00PM in Jamrich 1320 regarding living on the spectrum, the importance of inclusion and...

Intramural Bowling Tournament

Join the Intramural Sports program for their Bowling Tournament! Visit IMLeagues.com/NMU to register. When: Friday, March 22nd @ 6pm Where: Superior...

Volunteer Night

Volunteer Night will have a variety of volunteer activities for students to give back to their community. Additionally, presenters from non-profits in the...

EcoReps Accepting Applications

NMU EcoReps is accepting applications for Fall 2019 ‐Spring 2020 term! See more information at the following link: https://www.nmu.edu/sustainablenmu/ecoreps

Learning to Walk Togther

NMU's Native American Student Association is planning the 26th Annual "Learning To Walk Together" Powwow for March 30th, 2019. There are many different tasks...

Vegas Days at the DJ Jacobetti Home for Veterans!

It’s Black Jack all day at our annual Vegas Days event and we need approximately 30 volunteers to help as dealers or assisting members to play cards. Arrive...

NMU Food Pantry

NMU Food Pantry

The NMU Food Pantry is open to current students, staff, and faculty who are in need of assistance.  Personal care items, including diapers, are also available. The NMU Food Pantry is open every Tuesday and Wednesday from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. throughout the school year. The NMU Food Pantry also accepts donations during hours of operation Monday through Friday in the Dean of Students Office suite (2001 Hedgcock). 

Summer/Fall Course Registration

Summer/Fall Course Registration

Course registration for the summer semester begins on Monday, March 18 for all students. 

Registration for the up-coming Fall semester begins Friday, March 22 and continues through the following week, with exact dates and times assigned based on credit hours earned. 

(*Registration for Global Campus students begins Monday March 18, for summer and fall semesters.)

A PDF of course offerings will be posted at www.nmu.edu/registrar as soon as it is available. We expect Summer and Fall course information to be available by the middle of this week.  A detailed registration schedule will also be available on this website around the same time.   

Prior to your registration time, make sure you address any registration holds on your record, keeping in mind that holds (especially financial) may be added at any time.  Holds can be viewed through MyNMU.

If you have not already done so, we strongly recommend that you meet with your academic adviser before registering for classes to discuss your academic goals and progress.

3/11
Technology Innovation Student Award

Technology Innovation Student Award

Calling all students who use technology in new ways!

The Technology Innovation Student Award recognizes students’ creative use of technology and innovation in their academic disciplines. The purpose of this award is to identify and reward exemplary students who have utilized innovative technologies in their specific subject areas at NMU. The two winning proposals will receive $750.

 

This award is open to all currently enrolled NMU students (undergraduate and/or graduate) or teams of students (up to 5 people). Submit application materials via email to the Office of Graduate Education and Research (graduate@nmu.edu) by March 15, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.

3/12
Winter Semester Job Fair is Happening Next Week!

Winter Semester Job Fair is Happening Next Week!

The 29th Annual Winter Semester Job Fair is happening next week on Wednesday, March 20th.  It's the last job fair of the year.  Student and alumni who join this event in Handshake and check in at the fair will have their names placed in a prize drawing!  

Click here for more information on the fair and employers who are going to be there.

3/12
EcoReps Now Accepting Applications

EcoReps Now Accepting Applications

NMU EcoReps is accepting applications for Fall 2019 ‐Spring 2020 term!

For more information, click the link below:

https://www.nmu.edu/sustainablenmu/ecoreps

3/13
Equal Opportunity Office Policy and Procedures

Equal Opportunity Office Policy and Procedures

Members of the University Community:

We are committed to providing an educational and work environment that is free from illegal discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct.  NMU’s vision includes a commitment to be an inclusive community where differences are recognized as assets of the institution, respected attributes of the person and a valuable part of the University experience.

While reading the policies below, consider the contribution that you make in creating a productive and collaborative educational and work environment.

We hope you will also view our University's It's On Us video, http://www.nmu.edu/titleix/, and consider visiting the ItsOnUs.org website to sign the pledge to help end sexual violence. 

If you have any questions or have difficulty viewing any of the policies, please call 227-2420. 

Thank you,

Janet L. Koski

3/13
Marquette Mountain Shuttle

Marquette Mountain Shuttle

There will be a free shuttle to and from Marquette Mountain every Friday and Saturday through ski season. The shuttle runs on the following schedule:

NMU to Ski Hill:  3:00, 4:00, 5:00, 6:00, 7:00, 8:00
Ski Hill to NMU:  3:30, 4:30, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30, 8:30

3/14
ASNMU Elections Sign-Up

ASNMU Elections Sign-Up

The ASNMU (student government) elections are quickly coming up this April! If you are interested in running for a position on the student government, please review the Election Packet via the attached link for more information and all the required forms. 

Intent to Run forms (found in the elections packet) are due to the ASNMU Office (1203 University Center, or asnmu@nmu.edu) by March 22nd at 5pm.

https://www.nmu.edu/asnmu/sites/DrupalASNMU/files/UserFiles/Election_Packet_W2019.pdf

 

 

3/15
Call for Abstracts - Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship

Call for Abstracts - Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship

Calling for abstracts for the 24th Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship to be held on Thursday, April 11. Deadline for abstracts is Wednesday, March 27 at 5 p.m. 

Who should participate? 

Any undergrad or graduate student who has conducted research or undertaken a scholarly creative endeavor under guidance of faculty. 

How can I participate? 

  • Present a poster
  • Give a 10 minute talk on your work.
  • Display art in the Jamrich Lobby (contact event organizers for details and questions.)
  • submit an essay of 10 pages or less. (more about essay competition at event webpage.) 

How do I submit an abstract? 

Submit abstract of 250 words or less to form at www.nmu.edu/studentcelebration by 5 p.m. on 3/27. Full abstract guidelines available on the event webpage. 

Support your classmates and friends by attending talks and posters. Awards ceremony at 9am in Jamrich 1320 includes light breakfast. Free and open to the public. 

 

3/15
Concerned About Human Rights? Enter the 2019 Cohodas Essay Contest (Open to all NMU Undergraduates) and Win $500!

Concerned About Human Rights? Enter the 2019 Cohodas Essay Contest (Open to all NMU Undergraduates) and Win $500!

The Lois and Willard Cohodas Literary Prize Contest is now accepting submissions, until the deadline of March 25th. Winning essays earn up to $500, for thoughtful reflections on the Holocaust, genocide, and human rights issues in general. All NMU undergraduates are eligible to enter the contest. Details, including guidelines for submission and more than 10 prompts to choose from, can be found online at https://www.nmu.edu/english/lois-and-willard-cohodas-literary-prize

Awards:  First Place: $500     Second Place: $250     Third Place: $100

Eligibility:  The contest is open to all NMU undergraduates.

Deadline:  Monday, March 25th, 2019. The winning entries will be announced in April.

3/15
Beauty and the Beast

Join the FRT for another gorgeous Disney musical! This “tale as old as time” tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really...

International Food Festival

Each year we offer to the community special recipes from around the world.

Crocheting for Relaxation

Yarn crafting is a productive way to relax, and yarn is relatively inexpensive. This workshop is intended to teach participants the basics of how to...

How Do You Feel About Change?

Those who attend this workshop will identify their personal attitudes toward change and how to recognize those changes. In this fun, interactive workshop, we...

Winter Semester Job Fair

The Winter Semester Job Fair brings together students and employers from the Midwest to explore today's exciting job outlook. Many employers will be...

Two-Spirits

View the movie and stay for the discussion led by Shirley Brozzo, Associate Director of the MERC

Analog to Digital Conversion Workshop

Learn how to transfer those old analog mediums such as VHS, vinyl records, cassettes and films into digital, so that you can enjoy them on your computer,...

Crocheting for Relaxation

Yarn crafting is a productive way to relax, and yarn is relatively inexpensive. This workshop is intended to teach participants the basics of how to...

Census 101

The Census is essential in determining the amount of funds appropriated to each area in the United States. For the first time ever, in 2020, the census will...

Concordia-St. Paul vs Northern Mich.

Women's Lacrosse on April 10th, 6:00 PM: Concordia-St. Paul vs Northern Mich., Conference