Campus and student organizations are an integral part of the Marymount California University community. They provide students with a variety of opportunities to explore their academic, professional, political, social, cultural, recreational, spiritual and service interests. Through involvement in organizations, students are able to develop interpersonal, organizational and leadership skills. Any group of students may organize a student organization or program, provided the goals and activities are consistent with the mission of the University. The different organizations or programs sponsored by students vary from semester to semester depending upon the interests of the students.
Any student wishing to start a student organization should consult with Megan Johnston, assistant director of Student Life and Leadership at mjohnston@MarymountCalifornia.edu.
CURRENT MARYMOUNT CAMPUS AND STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
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Much like our campuses and student body, Marymount California University athletics are growing – and excelling – beyond all expectation. Most of our athletic teams are relatively new, which means Mariners have more opportunities to lead than athletes at institutions with larger programs. Competing is fun too, as runners on the men’s track and cross country teams proved in their very first year. Daniel Rieger qualified for the NAIA National Cross Country Championships and Mike Guizar qualified for the NAIA Indoor National Championships. Our men’s soccer team also qualified for the Cal Pac Conference last year. As they strive for excellence on fields, tracks, trails, and courses, the Mariners also perform in the classroom. Regularly named NAIA Scholar Athletes, our players are pros at balancing athletic and academic commitments.