Shoen Library has published the findings from a service satisfaction survey conducted in late 2013 through an in-kind grant enabling the use of a standardized LibQual+ survey instrument.
Students bring to campus a variety of interests. Everyone is encouraged to form and join organizations which promote common student interests and support the Marylhurst mission. As a Marylhurst student, you also may participate in a number of other organizations and opportunities.
For assistance in organizing a student group, contact the Student Leadership Council
at firstname.lastname@example.org. Download forms for establishing or renewing a student organization.
Active Student Organizations
Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development Student Chapter
Future Designers of Marylhurst
Labyrinth Group at Marylhurst
Marylhurst Gerontology Association
Marylhurst LGBTQ Alliance
Marylhurst Music Therapy Student Organization
Marylhurst Psychology Association
Marylhurst University Biblical Exegesis Society
Marylhurst University Net Impact Chapter
The Society of 21st-Century Gentlemen
SOLUTIONS: Marylhurst Mediation Resources
SOS (Student Organization for Sustainability)
The Marylhurst ASCD Student Chapter is designed to accelerate the professional growth of preservice educators and their self-identification as education professionals and leaders. We are committed to improving teacher education and teacher quality. By meaningfully engaging student teachers with ASCD resources and involving them with members of the ASCD community, future educators and leaders gain an edge that energizes and raises their professional performance level.
The Future Designers of Marylhurst are students from the interior design program who are aiming to further bridge the gap from student life to professionalism by providing supplemental education, networking opportunities and design-project experiences. Any student enrolled in an interior design studio course is automatically a member of this organization.
The Labyrinth Group at Marylhurst has among its purposes to raise awareness of the
labyrinth as a tool for healing and well being; to build community through use of
the labyrinth at Marylhurst University for students, staff, faculty, alumni and administration
as well as outreach to the greater community of the region; to encourage renewal,
refreshment and reflection for everyone through labyrinth walks and events; to sponsor
campus labyrinth events throughout the year; and to vision a permanent outdoor labyrinth
on the Marylhurst University campus. More information about Labyrinth Group at Marylhurst.
Harvest Gratitude Labyrinth Walk
November 13, 2014, 3-6 pm,
Flavia Salon, Flavia Hall
Please bring non-perishable food for Marylhurst Student Pantry.
December 12, 2014, 2-3 pm,
Streff Gallery, Shoen Library
The Maribelles is an all-female a capella group. The focus will be on pop/rock a capella standards, old and new. The group is student run and rehearsal times depend on the schedules of the members.
The purpose of the Marylhurst Gerontology Association (MGA) is to share and encourage a new paradigm for aging that recognizes the importance of understanding aging as a natural phenomenon that occurs throughout the life course. We support visionary pilot programs promoting healthy ways of aging and professional advancement and learning, including continuing education for gerontology professionals and those in related fields. While promoting cooperation with other gerontology professionals and student organizations, MGA sponsors and co-sponsors seminars, workshops and guest speakers.
November 20, 2014, 6-8 pm,
The Old Library, B.P. John Admin Bldg.
Guest Presentation: Marginality and Aging
Presenter: Susan Kocen
December 12, 3-5 pm, Salon, Flavia
Tix: Students/Ages 65+, $5; OGA members, $7; Non-members: $10
The mission of the Marylhurst LGBTQ Alliance is to encourage diversity, inclusion and dialogue in Marylhurst University and Oregon. We seek to help, support and give voice to the LGBTQ community present at Marylhurst University.
The purpose of MMTSO is to promote, foster and advance the education and training of its members. We seek to promote the education, validity and purpose of the music therapy profession, specifically including the goals and objectives of the American Music Therapy Association.
Marylhurst Psychology Association
The mission and purpose of the Marylhurst Psychology Association (MPA) is to produce well-educated, ethical and socially responsible members committed to contributing to the application and science of psychology and to society in general. Our goals are to encourage public education and awareness of psychological issues across the lifespan, to encourage collaboration between institutions offering psychology programs, to sponsor or co-sponsor seminars, workshops and guest speakers, and to support community outreach activities to promote mental health.
The purpose of the Biblical Exegesis Society is to explore scripture using the historical critical method of scriptural analysis. It is open to students, alumni, faculty and staff. We provide mentoring for those beginning the process of biblical exegesis. For those with more skill, we offer the opportunity to be mentors and teachers as well as the pursuit of advanced studies with peer input and guidance.
The mission of Marylhurst University's Net Impact Chapter is to inspire, educate and equip individuals to use the power of business to create a more socially and environmentally sustainable world.
The Society of 21st-Century Gentlemen
The Society of 21st-Century Gentlemen is a forum for the exploration of masculinity in our post-modern society. There is no longer a simple set of standards for men to follow — every man must choose where his values relate to the men of the past and what kind of role a man should play in the world of the future. The society assists the men of Marylhurst in defining their values in an old fashioned, jolly setting.
The Marylhurst Solutions Group is a collaboration between conflict resolution and mediation certificate students, faculty and staff at Marylhurst University. Its primary purpose is to provide
members of the university and the surrounding community with direct assistance in
working creatively and constructively to resolve their interpersonal disputes. Toward
achieving this purpose, Solutions operates a community mediation service in cooperation
with Clackamas County with the support of the Marylhurst Student Leadership Council.
» Learn more about this free mediation service and how to request assistance with a current conflict
Student Organization for Sustainability (SOS)
SOS is committed to creating a more sustainable, thriving world by empowering students to take action within the Marylhurst campus community and beyond. In pursuit of this SOS:
- Fosters cooperation and collaboration among students, faculty, staff, clubs, and organizations in pursuit of environmentally sustainable practices, on and off campus.
- Encourages and assists in the implementation of students' ideas to green the campus.
- Cultivates awareness of students' dedication to sustainability by educating the school and local communities of our current and proposed green initiatives.
SOS Ivy Pull
November 15, 2014, 9 am - noon
Meet in front of campus bookstore at 9 am.