Looking for outdoor adventures? Want to see live performances on campus? Unity’s diverse and engaging student activities will expand your horizons and keep you connected.
Check out the Unity College Calendar of Events [link] to find what interests you!
Campus Organizations and Centers
Unity College offers a variety of ways to get involved and stay active in events and activities on campus. Our student clubs and organizations—which include Chess on Ice, Reptiles & Amphibians, and Wildlife Care & Education among over two dozen others—are a great way to meet new people and learn new skills.
Want to help shape the Unity College student experience? Join the Student Government Association, the representative body for Unity College students.
And for outdoor adventures and experiences, don’t miss our Outdoor Adventure Center (OAC). The OAC offers two challenge courses of activities that use ropes, cables, and logs; an equipment room with a supply of outdoor gear and equipment you can borrow; and a climbing wall over 30-feet tall with seven top ropes and numerous bouldering routes.
As a Unity student, you’ll never be at a loss for things to do—from our weekly DIY series to open mike, karaoke, and talent show events to live performances at the Student Center, our vibrant, exciting campus culture does not disappoint.
Other activities highlights include our Maine Postcard Series of trips to places around the beautiful state of Maine, as well as events at the Unity College Center for the Performing Arts—including live music and a monthly movie series featuring popular films on the big screen.
We also offer a number of fun annual events that have become campus traditions. These include:
• Student Appreciation Week, five days of prizes, special meals, events, and entertainment to honor our remarkable students
• Beach Party, a celebration at the end of fall semester
• Cinco de Mayo, a celebration at the end of spring semester
• Winter Carnival Week, a series of festivities—culminating in the Snow Ball, a semi-flannel, semi formal dance—to help students beat the winter doldrums
• Roots Week, a week of events to celebrate diversity and cultural heritage
• Earth Week, a week of public events and activities to raise awareness about sustainability-related topics and efforts
We encourage students to suggest new events, help organize them, and—of course—participate in them! Contact student activities with questions and ideas or to learn more about how to get involved.