Clubs & Organizations

Clubs and 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! With over 40 registered student organizations at Mars Hill University, we have a little bit of something for everyone. Our organizations are broken down into four broad areas: Department affiliated; honor societies; social organizations; and fraternities and sororities.

Learn more about how to get involved on campus and check out our clubs and organizations by visiting The Den. Not seeing the club or organization you are looking for? Contact Kelsey Taylor at for information on how to start a club or organization!

The Office of Student Life helps to create, support and maintain student interest groups across campus, also known as clubs and organizations. Every student club and organization is led and initiated, under the guidance and direction of a faculty or staff advisor and the Office of Campus Engagement and Leadership. Each organization is comprised of a group of officers: President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and Secretary. These clubs and organizations work in close collaboration with the Student Government Association in order to best answer the needs of the student body as a whole.

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is a student-run organization that strives to enhance the MHU student experience through community development, quality entertainment, and creative programming that enhances both the Office of Student Life’s mission and the MHU mission. CAB provides a variety of social, recreational, cultural and educational programs as well as allows opportunities for involvement. Looking to join CAB? Contact Kelsey Taylor, Director of Campus Engagement and Leadership at

Other opportunities to get involved at Mars Hill University include:  

Student organizations are categorized into four broad areas. 

  1. Departmentally Affiliated – Organizations that promote the attainment of academic and professional excellence and establish a liaison between a particular department and the university community.
  2. Honor Societies – Organizations intended for students who are pursuing a particular field of study or who demonstrate a high level of academic achievement.
  3. Social Organizations – Organizations whose stated purpose or goal is oriented toward some common interest, view, philosophy, or position of its membership who join together for the purpose of pursuing their common interest.
  4. Fraternities and Sororities – Organizations whose purpose or goal is to produce or aid in the process of making a student’s collegiate career rewarding by becoming a selected member in these Greek organizations which serve the community and strive for academic excellence.