Student Activities and Leadership Programs


The Office of Student Activities and Leadership Programs enriches your GMercyU experience by hosting activities and programs outside of the classroom. Getting involved is a perfect way to build your leadership skills, expand your resume, have some fun, AND create memories and relationships that will last a lifetime.

Our numerous student organizations provide hundreds of activities each semester, ranging from trips to Winterfest in Philadelphia to movie nights featuring the latest films right here on campus.

Stop by the Student Activities Office to find out more information on what's going on at GMercyU and how you can get involved!

Office of Student Activities and Leadership Programs
2nd floor, Waldron Center
studentactivities@gmercyu.edu or 215-641-5565

Meet Our Staff
 

Rouseline Emmanuel-Frenel

Rouseline Emmanuel-Frenel, Ed.D. (She/Her/Hers)
Director of Student Activities and Leadership Programs
215-646-7300 ext. 21565
emmanuel.r@gmercyu.edu

Alexandra Jabara Johnston

Alexandra Jabara Johnston, M.S. (She/Her/Hers)
Associate Director of Student Activities and Leadership Programs
215-646-7300 x 21458
jabara.a@gmercyu.edu

Danielle Davis

Danielle Davis, M.A. (She/Her/Hers)
Assistant Director for New Student Orientation and Student Activities
215-646-7300 x 21716
davis.d@gmercyu.edu

Alicia Scott

Alicia Scott, B.S. (She/Her/Hers)
Coordinator for Student Activities and Leadership Programs
scott.alicia@gmercyu.edu

GriffinEngage

Explore your interests and discover new ones with GriffinEngage! This campus-wide platform hosts information and tools for clubs, departments, and students to connect, view, browse, and search opportunities. In addition, each club has the ability to create personalized webpages and profiles, as well as post on-campus and virtual events. Students can use this information to create a co-curricular transcript that highlights skills learned outside of the classroom. Please Note: To view all details and events on GriffinEngage, you must be logged in as a current GMercyU student.