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Student Involvement

Student Organizations

At Merrimack, it’s easy to get involved through any of our more than 60 student organizations.

If you have an interest in something not represented here, the Office of Student Involvement and the Student Government Association will help you get started.

Academic Organizations

Accounting Club
American Marketing Association
American Society of Civil Engineers
The Beacon (student newspaper)
Criminology Club
Education Club                                                                                       E-NABLE
Finance (Investment) Club
IEEE (Electrical Engineering) 
Italian Club
Math Club
Model United Nations
Pre-Law Society
Society for Women Engineers
Sport Management Club
Sports Medicine Club
Student Association of Sociology

Governance Councils

Class of 2017
Class of 2018
Class of 2019
Class of 2020
Student Athlete Advisory Council
Student Government Association

Greek Letter Organizations

Order of Omega (honor society)
Panhellenic Council (sorority governing board)
Tau Kappa Epsilon (fraternity)
Theta Phi Alpha (sorority)
Zeta Tau Alpha (sorority)

Performance and Arts Organizations

Art Warriors
Comedy Club
Concert Choir
Dance Club
Jazz Ensemble 
Mackapella (a cappella group)
OnStagers Dramatic Society
Pep Band 

Religious and Cultural Organizations

ALANA: Asian, Latino(a), African, Native American
Interfaith Alliance

Social and Special Interest Organizations

Active Minds
Auto Club
Best Buddies
Black Student Association
Gaming Club
Gay Straight Alliance
Gender Equality at Merrimack
Green Team
Live 2 Give (Relay for Life)
Love Your Melon
Merrimack Programming Board
Poker Society
Ski and Snowboard Club
Spanish and Latino Student Association
Ultimate Warrior

If you would like your organization to have a description, or if you would like a new organization to be listed, please contact the Office of Student Involvement or visit us in Room 320 of the Sakowich Campus Center.