All Mount Mary clubs and organizations are under the direction of the Student Government Association, which provides and encourages an open forum for informed student dialogue on college policies and other matters of importance to students. It serves as a liaison to Mount Mary College administration, faculty, and staff. Mount Mary offers over 45 different groups and clubs. Choose one today!
For more information on Student Clubs and Organizations contact Amy Danielson, Advisor to the Student Government Association, Caroline Hall, Room 142, (414) 258-4810, ext. 637.
Responsibilities of Student Organizations
Mount Mary College has more than 45 campus organizations associated with academic and co-curricular interests. Responsibilities of each organization include knowing and abiding by College procedures and policies are, as outlined in the Student Handbook:
- Attending mandatory bi-semester leadership meetings scheduled by the Student Government Association to remain in good standing.
- Registering each year, by the end of the second week in October, so as to remain eligible for all privileges, funding, and benefits as a recognized student club/ organization.
- Notifying the Student Government Association and the Office of Student Engagement in the event of changes to the organizational structure, officers, and advisors.
- Holding regularly scheduled meetings for members including the advisor.
- Having an advisor.
- Submitting any program or activity intended to involve the entire student body approval.
- Submitting an end-of-year report to both the Student Government Association and the Office of Student Engagement.
- Having membership of at least five active students in good academic and disciplinary standing with the college.
Priveleges of Recognized Clubs
- Recognition as a Mount Mary affiliated organization
- Eligibility for seed funds from the Student Government Association
- Eligibility for sponsoring or co-sponsoring events on campus
- Free use of campus facilities and equipment
- Use of space allocated on the bulletin board of campus organization
- Ability to promote the organization and its activities on campus
- Eligibility to apply for additional funding through the Student Government Association