Campus Life at Merrimack
Options abound to make the most of your time at Merrimack. As you’ll quickly learn, everything here happens as a result of students’ dedication to making the most of their experience.
Make it your Merrimack.
Participating in Merrimack’s student organizations is a great way to stretch your skills, develop new interests and forge lasting friendships. With more than 65 student-led clubs and organizations on campus, there’s something for everyone.
Whether you’re into performing arts, intramural sports, or giving back to the community, at Merimack you’ll find plenty of opportunities to get involved.
Student-led groups include:
435 students participate in Merrimack’s varsity sports programs each year- from soccer to softball, field hockey to lacrosse.
Looking for something fun to do?
At Merrimack, you don’t have to look far. From comedians and movie nights to concerts and plays, every weekend you’ll find a number of school-sponsored events. Some of Merrimack’s most popular annual events include Winter Carnival, Spring Weekend and Cram Jam.
On-campus activities include:
- Intramural and club sports
- Comedians, hypnotists and magicians
- Dance team performances
- OnStagers student plays
- Jazz Ensemble and Pep Band
- Concert Choir
- American Marketing Association
- Spring week
- Poker tournaments
- Greek life
- Recreation trips
Keeping fit and having fun
You can also get involved in competitive sports, fitness activities and recreation through Merrimack’s extremely popular intramurals and recreation program. Choose from 15 different leagues and a growing number of club sports, including male and female rugby and lacrosse. Dodge ball, kickball and ping pong tournaments- along with hiking trips, whitewater rafting, skiing and canoeing- provide activities for everyone.
May 22, 2013
(Until June 4th)All Day: Crossing Borders: Spain and MoroccoTravel to Spain and Morocco! The course is open to all Merrimack College students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the College. Course offered in English; no Spanish required. Course satisfies a humanities, WLC or JCM minor requirement. For more information on the program, visit:
www.merrimack.edu/crossingborders or email email@example.com
May 24, 2013
(Until June 15th)All Day: Summer Session in San Gimignano, Italy