Campus Engagement & Leadership
Campus Engagement & Leadership
Campus Engagement & Leadership
Campus Engagement & Leadership
Campus Engagement & Leadership
Campus Engagement & Leadership

Campus Engagement & Leadership

The purpose of the office of Campus Engagement & Leadership is to provide a unique holistic experience for students of Mars Hill University. Housed in Campus Life, the office of Campus Engagement & Leadership will provide a transformational experience related but not limited to student activities, clubs/organizations, and leadership initiatives.

Some of the groups you can be part of at MHU include:

Traditions

Join in on the Mars Hill traditions starting your first week with Welcome Week activities, including Playfair. Find interest groups at our Involvement Fair and hike Bailey Mountain with President Floyd in the fall. You will also explore your academic options at our Majors Fair, which takes place every semester. Every October, celebrate MHU during Homecoming week. As the semester winds down and exams are about to begin, you can de-stress with Puppy Day and Late Night Breakfast – one of our favorite days on campus!

Student Events:

Event
Esports: Smash Ultimate Match
December 4 — December 4
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Event
Esports Smash Ultimate: Saturday Smackdown
December 5 — December 5
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Event
Friends of Bailey Mountain meeting
January 5 — January 5
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Clubs & Organizations

Involvement in student organizations is a great way to get connected to the campus, build leadership skills, enhance or broaden academic skills, meet people and have fun. For information on student organizations, visit the Student Development Office on the third floor of Wren Student Union.

Organizations are categorized into these areas:

  • Departmentally Affiliated
  • Fraternities and sororities
  • Honor Societies
  • Interest
  • Religious
  • Professional
  • Service

Fraternity & Sorority Life

Mars Hill University has had a long, rich relationship with fraternities and sororities. Fraternity and sorority organizations are actively involved in a wide variety of service projects, social activities and the campus community.  The fraternity and sorority chapters have actively supported the central mission of the University by providing an out-of-class learning experience focused on academic integration, leadership development, civic engagement, and character/values.