Campus Life

It's just like Lauren says: Macomb IS big, and DOES offer so much. Want to do more than come to class? You've come to the right place. You won't have to look too hard to find tons of ways to have fun, get involved, build leadership skills and—as Jamie puts it—make lifelong friendships. 

Welcome to Campus Life at Macomb!

Athletics include:

  • Men's intercollegiate Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country and Track
  • Women's intercollegiate Softball, Basketball, Volleyball, Cross Country and Track

Student Life & Leadership is your go-to resource for getting connected to campus life. We offer many student organizations, volunteer projects, educational and diversity programs, social events, leadership workshops and recreational tournaments.

Student Centers at both South and Center Campuses offer many opportunities for students to get involved, study and meet other students. There’s a dining area in each Center, and a coffee shop in each campus Library.

  • The Hub, in the John Lewis Student Center (South Campus, K-Building), features a fresh new menu, a modern dining and community area, and an updated game room. Conveniently located near the Student Life and Leadership Office and the bookstore, the Hub is at the heart of campus activity.
  • The Skylight Cafe is the place to be while waiting for your next class at Center Campus. Located in the John Dimitry Student Center (P Building), the Skylight has a wide variety of menu items, including sandwiches, soups, and salads. Come and surf the Web, hang out with friends, or enjoy the game room.
  • The Mug is the place to get gourmet coffee blends, tea, hot chocolate, cold beverages, or a bite to eat. Located in the College's libraries, it's perfect for a leisurely break, to study, or to meet with friends. Food items include sandwiches, salads, pastries, and an array of cookies, chips, and snacks.

Your Macomb OneCard serves as student photo ID, debit card for tuition and financial aid refunds, library card and much more.

Through Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII), we seek to increase awareness and understanding of different cultural contexts among staff, students and community.

Lauren Zens"I didn’t realize how big this place was, and that Macomb offers so much! I'm really glad I'm here!"
Lauren Zens
NJCAA All-American
Academic All-Macomb

Jamie Valente"When students become involved, when they join student organizations, they make lifelong friendships."
Jamie Valente
Student Life and Leadership Manager

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