Clubs & Organizations

Art Club Investment Club
Psychology Club
Band Club Kids Against Hunger
Residence Housing Association (RHA)
Best Buddies MMU Dance Team
Science Club
The Core
M2AP - Board
Criminal Justice Association
MMU Cedar Rapids Dance Marathon
Computer Club
Mount Mercy Cheerleading Squad
Social Work Organization
Drama Club
Mouth Mercy Math Club (M3C)
Spanish Club
Mount Mercy Times
Stang Gang
English Club
Student Ambassadors
G.R.E.E.N. Outdoor Recreation Club
Peer Ministry Team
Students in Human Resource Management (SIHRM)
Honors Student Association
Political Science Club

International Club  

A Message from the SGA President

First of all, I would just like to welcome all returning and first year students back to Mount Mercy University. Going to a private university can not only give you many personal opportunities in the classroom, but many opportunities are also available and waiting for you outside the classroom. These opportunities outside of the classroom are one of the best ways to meet new people, broaden your horizons, and make lasting memories.

One way to get involved is to be part of one of the many clubs or organizations we have on campus. All of the clubs on campus are special and unique because they are student run. There are a wide variety of these clubs and organizations on campus, so it is easy to find the club that focuses on something you are passionate about, and just as easy to develop a new passion with another! I strongly encourage you to get involved on campus, as it is the key to truly experiencing a private college atmosphere. It doesn’t matter whether you join one club or five, as long as you gain some valuable memories and experiences.

The Clubs and Organizations Booklet is put together each year to help you, the student, see what Mount Mercy has to offer. In this booklet you will find descriptions of the 30+ clubs and organizations that you can join and be a part of. Please take some time to read through the descriptions of all the clubs and contact the listed club officers if you have any questions about the club. In addition, if you have any questions about Mount Mercy University student organizations in general, or would like to start your own club, please feel free to contact any of the Student Government Association (SGA) members listed in the beginning of the book.

I can’t wait to see you all around campus, and I strongly encourage you to try new things, meet new people, and expand your horizons. Make the most out of your college experience and have some fun!

Aaron Lacy, President
Mount Mercy University