Campus and Student Organizations are an integral part of the Marymount College 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 College. 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 Annie McBride, Assistant Director of Student Life & Activities at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Campus and Student Organizations at Marymount:
Anime Club: a student organization whose mission is to teach, share, and immerse members about anime culture.
BSU - Black Student Union: a cultural student organization whose purpose is to create, promote, enlighten and educate Marymount students about the black history, experience and culture at Marymount College, in the community, and the world, while creating a constructive, creative and friendly atmosphere for all students no matter what race, religion, or sex to express themselves.
Ductus Exemplo: a campus organization that provides students with educational information and resources to educate them regarding drugs and alcohol. They sponsor educational sessions on various topics.
Enactus: is an international student organization with over 550 university and college chapters worldwide. Students can join the chapter established for Marymount College and participate in social entrepreneurship projects which enhance the local and/or international community. Many Fortune 500 firms support Enactus and attend the regional, national, and international competitions each year where the various Enactus chapters present their projects which are judged by panels of buiness executives with those placing highest receiving international acknowledgement and awards. Meets on Fridays from 12:30-1:30pm at the Waterfront Campus in room WF122. All students are welcome.
GSI - Green Students Initiative: a political student organization that addresses issues of sustainability, on campus and in the community. It is committed to identifying, assessing and prioritizing green initiatives, and working with other student groups, faculty and staff to move Marymount, the local community and the world towards a more sustainable future.
Girl Effect: The purpose of the organization is to empower woman and young girls, to raise awareness about body image and self esteem issues; on our campus, in the community, and in the larger global society.
Hawaii Student Organization: a cultural student organization geared to inform and educate the student body of the Island's culture as well as to create multiple volunteer opportunities for students. Anyone is welcome to join a part of the organization. You do not have to be Hawaiian or from Hawaii to join.
Men's Lacrosse: a recreational campus organization for men's lacrosse. Join the Marymount Mariners as they compete in Lacrosse against other schools.
Women's Lacrosse: a recreational campus organization for women's lacrosse. Join the Marymount Mariners as they compete in Lacrosse against other schools.
Marymount Cheer: a recreational organization created to promote Mariner spirit at all possible athletic events and local events.
Marymount Dance Team: a recreational student organization created to uphold school spirit, represent Marymount College by providing entertainment at college events, soccer games, spring shows, play productions, competitions and other performances in the community in a positive manner.
Marymount LGBT: Marymount's LGBT club is a safe place for Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Transgender family, and allies to meet and create awareness and equality.
MET - Marymount Events Team: a social campus organization that supports the Office of Student Life to program on and off campus events for the students. They assist in planning and execution of events. They plan small events and large events like the Halloween Dance and Spring Fling Week.
Pre-Medical Society: an academic student organization where students interested in the medical field: doctor, nursing, bio engineer, etc. come together to support each other in coursework and other activities to meet their educational and career goals.
Rotaract: a service campus organization that participates in professional and community service, and leadership events focusing on the development of young adults as leaders in their communities and workplaces.
Society of Motion Pictures and Television Engineers: The Society of Motion Pictures and Television Engineers is here to help advance students who want to learn about the technical aspects of Film and Video as well as helping the College community by documenting events and the technical support on student productions.
Women Film Media: The Women Film and Media organization exists to support students in film, entertainment, and media reach their career and educational goals thru professional mentoring, exhibitions, media, field trips, internships, screenings, projects, and reaching out to industry media tools. We are affiliated with Both Women In Film organizations. Members seek to nurture and support each others development on potential as media artists, future producers, and leaders in the industry.
For more information on how to start a student organization contact Annie McBride at email@example.com