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Activities and Organizations

Taking part in Student Activities, Student Clubs, and Student Organizations is a great way to get involved at Commonwealth University-Mansfield. With a variety of student organizations of all types and sizes to choose from, there's something for everyone.

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The Office of Student Involvement promotes student learning and community through high impact student engagement that develops student leaders through co-curricular / extra-curricular experiences which enable our students to complement their academic learning experience by further developing critical thinking, decision making, values clarification, and problem solving skills.

The adventure is only beginning. The time to get involved is now.

Discover your journey as a Mountaineer!

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Clubs and Organizations

There are many clubs & organizations at CU-Mansfield that provide a full range of opportunities for educational, faith & religion, politics, social, cultural, ethnic and recreational experiences to name a few.

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Fraternity and Sorority Life

You have many options to become involved in campus life. Becoming a member of one of the largest campus community groups (fraternity and sorority life) is one of them! Chances are there is a fraternity or sorority that is right for you.

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Student Government Association

The Student Government Association was created by and for the students. Our mission is for students to serve students.

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Student Involvement

Climb your own mountain as a Mountaineer and become involved with the Mansfield campus community!

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Strait Planetarium

The Strait Planetarium on the Mansfield campus features a digital projection system, surround sound, and 100 comfortable reclining seats for optimal viewing. The planetarium is located in the Grant Sciences building at the heart of campus, and is the only planetarium in CU.