Included below are the names and contact information for the student organization opportunities on campus to check out throughout the first weeks of classes. To email the president or campus advisor, simply type the last name, first name of the individual into the “To” bar of the university’s email system, and click on “check names” to populate.
Shyenne Ledford, president
Dr. Tamara Daily, campus advisor
Active Minds is established for the expressed purpose of increasing awareness of the student, staff, and faculty at the University about issues surrounding mental health, symptoms related to mental health disorders, and mental health resources available both on campus and in the surrounding Alliance community. Our organization gathers around the message of changing the stigma surrounding Mental Health! We talk about the changes that can be made on campus to spread awareness on the subject!
Association of International Students (AIS) | 📹
Ryli Bolanz, president
Dr. Deok-im Jean, campus advisor
Dawn Adams, campus advisor
AIS is an organization open to all interested students with the purpose of promoting and establishing fellowship and better understanding between the international students and other members of the University of Mount Union community.
Black Student Union (BSU)
Nina Jackson, president
Ron Holden, campus advisor
This organization has as its objectives to communicate the special programs and needs of black students to the University authorities and student body, promote pride among students, promote, and maintain the general welfare of black students at Mount Union through cultural and social programs for the entire University community. Membership is open to all interested students of Mount Union whose primary concern is the promotion of diversity.
Brothers Building Bonds (BBB)
Chris Watson, president
Darnell Tucker and Micheal Gregg, campus advisor
The mission of Brothers Building Bonds is to create a positive perspective of men of color at the University of Mount Union. Brothers Building Bonds creates a setting where men of color can share their insights, opinions, and knowledge for the betterment of their brothers. This organization strives to develop its members to prepare them to become responsible citizens through the core principles of brotherhood, development, scholarship, and service.
Gender Equity Matters (GEM)
Siv Street, president
Patience Bartunek, campus advisor
Gabrielle Catlin, campus advisor
Gender Equity Matters (GEM) is a group of students that educates students and provides programs and outreach for all gender issues and activities, both on campus and in the Alliance community. GEM focuses on educational opportunities for students and opportunities to make an impact on these topics through events and community service. All students are welcome.
Hispanic Organization Latin America (HOLA)
Shae Kilgore, president
Dr. Gregg Courtad, campus advisor
The goal of H.O.L.A. Is to educate the campus and community on the diversity and cultures of Spanish-speaking countries. It is open to all majors, and we’re always welcoming new members!
Megan Denny, president
Jesse Cunion, campus advisor
The purpose of Pride is to affirm, facilitate, celebrate, support, and create a safe and accepting environment for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities on Mount Union’s campus. Membership is open to all interested students.
Jordan Edith, president
K. Callie Flonnoy, campus advisor
Sister Circle’s purpose is to serve the needs of young women of color who are on campus and in the Alliance community. We seek to provide a space where these women can be affirmed and empowered to be successful.
Spiritual Life Leadership
Dana Lucas, president
Stephen Dages, campus advisor
This council is the programming and communication board of the religious and spiritual life groups on campus. Spiritual Life Leadership sponsors an annual Christian music concert, coordinates activities for new students, participates in the annual Spiritual Life Fair, and offers mutual support of all spiritual and religious activities on campus.