At Mercyhurst University, you can enhance your experience beyond the classroom through Recognized Student Clubs/Organizations (RSCOs). Clubs and organizations offer activities designed for fun and camaraderie and are great ways to meet other students who share common interests. Getting involved on campus is also a unique way to develop leadership skills and is an excellent resume builder.

The purpose of this organization is to encourage intelligent discussion and debate, and create increased awareness about the law and legal processes at Mercyhurst University. We intend to hold general meetings at which we will discuss current events including Supreme Court cases and other law-related discussions. We will also provide study sessions for applicable courses, LSAT practice exams, and host guest speakers (via Zoom or in-person) such as lawyers, judges, educators, and other professionals in the field, as well as other educational experiences.

Advisor: Eric Wagner

The purpose of Soccer Club is to bring the Mercyhurst Community together through playing soccer, forming friendships, and having fun. The club will promote physical and mental wellness, allowing students to take a break and have fun. We plan to host scrimmages, games, and fun soccer-related activities.

Advisor: Matthew Weaver

Alpha Epsilon Delta is the National Health Preprofessional Honor Society dedicated to the encouragement and recognition of excellence in preprofessional health scholarship. Our Society welcomes all students engaged in the pursuit of professional development, provides a forum for students with common interests and extends a program of service to benefit the college/university community. We are a branch off of the Pre-Health Society and follow suit with events, volunteering and any other opportunity given.  

Advisor: Michael Elnitsky

The purpose of Mercyhurst Equality of Women shall be a group of women (and men who choose to join) supporting women. This concept will be part of the activities, events, and meetings the club holds. Activities and programs sponsored by the RSCO will be expected to fulfill the RSCO’s stated objectives. The purpose of the RSCO should also be related to the promotion of personal development and intellectual growth and should not conflict with the mission, core values and policies of Mercyhurst.

Advisor: Michelle Scully