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Student Life

The Office of Student Life engages students in learning outside of the classroom. Student Life:

  • Provides students with opportunities to serve with the community
  • Prepares students for active involvement and leadership roles
  • Encourages the work of over 40 registered student organizations
  • Hosts large campus programs
  • Educates students on health and wellness topicsStudent Life

From ID photos to commencement tickets, Student Life has the unique opportunity to be with students through their entire journey at Madonna University! Our slogan, “Get the 411, in Room 1411”, can be heard through the halls. Students know the best place to find information on campus policies, dates and times of events, or a friendly face is the Office of Student Life!

Contact Information
Room 1411
734-432-5426
studentlife@madonna.edu


Community Service
In cooperation with the Offices of Service-Learning and Campus Ministry, Student Life strives to engage every student in meaningful service projects.  Each holiday season, you’ll see faculty, staff, and students gathering gifts for our Christmas for Kids program which provides for more than 40 families in our area. Through the efforts of registered student organizations, students can participate in many other service projects like packaging food at Gleaner’s Community Food Bank, reading to children at local elementary schools, and donating blood with the American Red Cross. Each January, Madonna University celebrates the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with programs and service projects tied to our core values. Another option to serve is through an Alternative Spring Break program, where students choose to volunteer during their spring vacation.


Leadership Development
Students can gain skills they will use for a lifetime when they lead a registered student organization or serve on a University committee. Student Senate gives a voice to student opinions, while developing students as leaders individually and as a community.


Registered Student Organizations
With over 40 active student-led organizations and honor societies, there’s something for everyone. Students are encouraged to start organizations as well, if they can’t find one that fits their interest. These groups of students plan events, hold fundraisers, and meet regularly on campus to make Madonna University a better place.

  • AGers (Aging and Gerontology Students of Madonna University)
  • Animal Awareness Organization
  • Arab American Student Union (AASU)
  • Be The Change
  • Broadcast and Film Club
  • Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU)
  • Campus Ministry
    • Caritas Madonna
    • Franciscan Spirituality
    • Peace and Justice
    • Respect Life
    • Tota Pulchra
    • The Torches of Christ and Mary
  • Coast Guard Auxiliary University Program
  • Dance Team
  • Future Alumni Network (FAN)
  • Early Childhood Club
  • Ecological Volunteer Organization (EVO)
  • Forensic Science Society
  • Future Business Leaders Club
  • Hispanic/Latino Heritage Club
  • Madonna Pen (Writing Club)
  • Madonna Stitch
  • MU Fitness Club
  • Math Club
  • Madonna University Nursing Student Association (MUNSA)
  • Madonna University Student Chapter of the Michigan Council of Nurse Practitioners
  • No Strings Attached (A capella singing group)
  • Nutrition Network
  • Paralegal Studies Student Club
  • Pre-Veterinary Medicine Association
  • Psychology Club
  • Red Cross Club
  • Sign Language Studies Club
  • Social Work Association (SWAMU)
  • Society of Future Teachers (SFT)
  • SNATS (Student National Association of Teachers of Singing)
  • Student United Way
  • Student Veterans Association
  • TOMS @ MU
  • United Video Game Club
  • We Are One
  • Wishmakers on Campus
 

Honor Societies
Achievement Honor Society
 
Chi Alpha Epsilon
National Catholic Honor Society   Kappa Gamma Pi
Business Honor Society                                      Delta Mu Delta
Education Honor Society   Kappa Delta Pi
Gerontology Honor Society   Sigma Phi Omega
History Honor Society   Phi Alpha Theta
Nursing Honor Society   Sigma Theta Tau International
Paralegal Honor Society   Lambda Epsilon Chi
Psychology Honor Society   Psi Chi
Science and Mathematics Honor Society   Sigma Zeta
Social Work Honor Society   Phi Alpha
National Society of Collegiate Scholars (Freshmen/Sophomores) NSCS

Large Campus Programs
Students can look forward to several traditions each academic year! Week of Welcome kicks off the fall semester with a Welcome Party and RSO Fair, where students can meet with registered student organizations they might be interested in joining. To celebrate the University’s Founder’s Day, Spirit Week is held each November and includes the Homecoming Dance, Crusader basketball games, and plenty of blue & yellow. To warm up at the start of the new year, Winter Welcome Back wows with Glow-in-the-Dark Capture the Flag, plenty of hot chocolate, and another opportunity to meet all the student organizations. At the end of each academic year, we wrap things up with Spring Into Fun, which includes a Murder Mystery, Crusader baseball and softball games, and the Spring Fling Dance.

Another program that allows students to travel and experience all that Metro Detroit and Michigan have to offer is Madonna Miles. In cooperation with the International Students Office, Madonna Miles takes students on a bus to professional sporting events, museums, and other local attractions.


Wellness
Students can receive helpful information about prevention programs, stress management, conflict resolution, work/life balance, self-esteem and many other areas from our office.