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Updated: Feb 1


The most important campus events and activities for the next month!



Holman Success Center What I Wish I Knew Workshop | Feb. 8

New to EMU or looking to better your understanding of how to excel in college? Join us in Halle Library Rm G09 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and get the inside scoop as our student employees share their insider tips for navigating campus resources and academics. Food is provided and registration is required.

Student Government Food Drive | Feb. 13-17

Swoops Food Pantry and Student Government are teaming up to help spread the love by donating to our food drive from Feb 13-17 in the Student Center! Drop boxes can be found on every floor of the student center as well as in the Student Government Office in Rm 342.

These are some of the items swoops is looking for:

  • Cereal

  • Peanut Butter

  • Snack items

  • Rice

  • Condiments

  • Black Beans

  • Notebooks

  • Highlighters

  • Spices

Lessons for Aspiring Young Politicians | Feb. 15

The Department of Africology and African American Studies presents on February 15 in the Student Center from noon to 2 p.m., “My Journey to City Hall: Lessons for aspiring Young politicians” a Black History Month presentation by Nicole Brown, Mayor, City of Ypsilanti.

Mental Wellness Week | Feb. 20-24

Student Government is hosting a Mental Wellness Week for Students! During this week, students can attend the events all week and they will be open with no cost for tickets! You can check out more about the events during the week down below!

The goal of this week is to release the stigma around mental health, educate students on resources available to them, and continue to advocate for mental health resources on campus. This issue impacts many members of the EMU community and we hope that this week can shed light and increase awareness of mental health.

Some of the events during this week will include:

QPR Training- This training will teach you the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help.

Tabling events- potting your own plant, messages of hope, and resource awareness.

Stretch out the Stigma- A yoga event to practice mindfulness and self-care.

The Impossible Project- Special guest and comedian Josh Rivedal will be doing a stand-up comedian act

*In partnership with Active Minds, CAPS, Alpha Phi Omega, The Disability Resource Center, Omega Phi Alpha, and the Botany Club*

Multi-Cultural Fest | March 8 Student Center Ballroom

Join Student Government and other organizations that want to highlight the amazing organizations on campus with our Multi-Cultural Fest! Meet with organizations on campus, check out the open mic performances by students, and shop around the market to help support student artists on campus!

The event will be on March 8, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom! All are welcome and there will be a raffle for prizes, snacks, and tons of fun! You can sign up to perform at the open mic or to sell your items at the market down below!


Resource of the Month: Holman Success Center

With the semester now a month in, it can be overwhelming for students sometimes. The Holman Success Center provides services to all students—those at risk, on academic probation, and currently well-performing—that support the development of skills they

need to achieve academic success. Its services are innovative and utilize technology in unique and effective ways.

There are many ways to utilize the Success Center for Academic support and can reach out at any time for help. Some of their support programs include tutoring, supplemental instruction, peer academic coaching, and success coaching.

You can learn more information by clicking the link down below!


Organization of the Month: Black Student Union

Black Student Union serves as a central hub for all Black Student Organizations. BSU's goal is to create a unified and centralized campus community by incentivizing

collaboration and creating connections between otherwise disconnected organizations.

"It is our duty to serve the entire Pan-African Student body and act as their voice to the administration, faculty, and the Board of Regents."

If interested, you can contact them at or on Instagram@emu_bsu



ELEVATE is Seeking New Members!

Elevate is a new student group designed to connect current, past, and future Eagles. Their student volunteers seek to strengthen EMU’s unique culture by attending events and being emissaries of the student body.

If you are interested in…

  • Attending events around campus

  • Networking with alumni and EMU leadership

  • An embroidered polo to wear at events

  • Insight into how nonprofit organizations operate

...please fill out this interest form, and they’ll be in touch!

Swoop's Food Pantry is looking for new volunteers!

Swoop’s Pantry is looking for work-study employees and volunteers for the Winter and/or Summer semesters! To learn more or apply below.

Work Study Funding

Are you eligible for the federal work-study program? Have you chosen to decline your work-study award because of how it could impact your financial aid situation? Please fill out this form if you would like to support advocacy efforts to increase work-study funding!

Tell us about the Resources you Know

Use your voice! Tell us about your experience with campus resources, communication, and student organizations to help us pursue the changes you want to see. We can make the greatest change when we pursue it together.

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