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Campus Life at Merrimack

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Getting Involved

It’s easy to get involved here.  Students at Merrimack enjoy the small, close-knit community of people who enjoy being active and engaged.

Students here are serious about their studies and their activities, whether it’s planning the Asian, Latino, African, Native American (A.L.A.N.A.) Culture Show, working on a case study project with the American Marketing Association chapter, selling tickets with the Merrimack Program Board (MPB) for the spring concert, or preparing for an Alternative Spring Break trip to help rebuild houses in New Orleans.

You can definitely find everything you need to make the most of your Merrimack experience.  Students participate in student organizations on campus ranging from writing for the student newspaper, The Beacon, to designing the set or auditioning for the OnStagers dramatic productions to joining Greek Life, to building a concrete canoe with the  American Society of Civil Engineers. In addition, you can play an intramural sports ranging from flag football to ice hockey or even dodgeball!  You can join a club  sport, the Student Government Association, take time to do service, study abroad, or work a campus job. 

Whether taking advantage of the opportunities to work out in the Fitness Center, playing in the Pep Band or simply attending one of MPB’s many events, you’ll find a great deal of support to help make it the best experience possible and to truly Make It Your Merrimack.

See Also

  • Twitter profile image AngieBitto: RT @MPBtweets: HalloweenTown is starting in 47!!! We’ll see you there for some snacks and a Halloween movie!
    Posted on October 30, 2014 at 1:38 am
  • Twitter profile image MCreslife: RT @MPBtweets: HalloweenTown is starting in 47!!! We’ll see you there for some snacks and a Halloween movie!
    Posted on October 30, 2014 at 1:18 am
  • Twitter profile image TheNames_JBond: @MPBtweets quite true
    Posted on October 27, 2014 at 8:33 pm