Clubs & Organizations

Our clubs and organizations make Mount Mercy University everything that it is: a diverse, open and exciting environment dedicated to improving the lives of all people in our community. Joining a club gives you an opportunity to pursue your passions and meet people with similar interests!

Clubs on Campus

Accounting Club • LGBTQ+ Alliance • Art and Design • Begging for Mercy • Billiards and Bags • Black Student Union • Cooking Club • Council for Student Athletes • Dance Marathon • ECO Club • Emmaus • Enactus • Gaming Club • International Club • Investments Club • Law & Politics • M2AP Board • Math & Computer Science Club • MMU A Capella • MMU Association of Nursing Students (MMUANS) • Mount Mercy Times • Nerds of the Round Table • Navigators • Psychology Club • Students for Anti-Violence Solutions (SAVS) • Science Club • Student Government Association (SGA) • Students in Human Resource Management (SIHRM) • Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow (STAT) • Somos MMU • Social Work Organization (SWO) 

Welcome from the SGA Executives

Fellow Mustangs, welcome to Mount Mercy’s clubs and organizations! We would like to thank you for making this university everything that it is: a diverse, open, and exciting environment dedicated to improving the lives of all people in our community.

As a student, you have genuine needs and expectations. As the Student Government Association, our goal is to ensure all of those needs and expectations are met. SGA seeks to solve students’ biggest problems and help fulfill their greatest ambitions. One of the best ways to accomplish this is by providing students with outlets true to their passions. We offer many ways to get involved and embrace meaningful work in the form of clubs and organizations. Our student-led groups help enhance studies and ensure long-lasting growth of students.

Our amazing Enactus club heads many community-based projects, like Market at the Mount. Science Club travels to local grade schools, wowing kids with CheMMUsical, eye-catching experiments set to music. English Club publishes the artful Paha Review. And our Improv Club entertains fellow students with the popular Beggin’ for Mercy improv shows.

Whether it’s meaningful work, fun activities, or a challenging academic environment, Mount Mercy University offers it all.

The Student Government Association of Mount Mercy is here to assist the student experience. If there is any way we can help you, please email

Thank you,

Emma Lantz
Andrea Lopez
Devin Blish
Veronica Jons