Four students in front of the Campus Rec Center

Leaders in Action

Leaders in Action is designed to help student navigate through the complexity of understanding who you are and how that effects the type of leader you become. 

Four student leaders wearing Office of Sustainability shirts

Club Development

Club Development offers club leaders training throughout the semester.

Three young men speak across a table at the Engagement Fair

Get Engage-d

All students have access to Engage, a student portal to learning about all events on campus, clubs and organizations, forms and more. Just login with your student email.

Important Dates

  • A student wearing glasses concentrates on work he is doing to a race car

    River Hawk Racing Restarts Its Engine

    For the first time since 2018, the River Hawk Racing team is competing in the Formula SAE competition at Michigan International Speedway, where it will put its race car to the test against more than 100 schools from across North America.
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  • UML business major Rohan Solanki demonstrates how he squeezed between his fraternity's garage and the backyard fence to help rescue neighbors from a burning house

    Fraternity Members Rescue Lowell Residents from Fire

    Members of four fraternity houses near North Campus rescued several people from a 2:30 a.m. house fire, gave them warm clothing and provided information to fire investigators and police. And the whole Greek system is working to aid the displaced families.
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  • Well-being leader Casey Tiernan talks with student

    Well-Being Leaders Serve as Support System to Other Students

    Student well-being leaders are helping to promote a culture of wellness at UML by connecting students in need with on-campus resources through a new initiative launched by the Office of Student Life and Well-being.
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  • Three women in black shirts pose for a photo next to a display for their equestrian team

    Student Clubs Regain Their Memberships — and Mojo

    Thousands of River Hawks flocked to the Campus Recreation Center for the Engagement Fair, where more than 200 student clubs and organizations continued to rebuild memberships and executive boards following the pandemic.