Traditions at Schreiner University

SCHREINER FIGHT SONG!
Sung to the tune of "On, Wisconsin," Schreiner's fight song lyrics were written mid-century by Sam Junkin, who was then a Schreiner student but destined to become the college's third president. “On, Wisconsin!" was regarded by John Philip Sousa as "the finest of college marching songs."  Click here to play mp3
  FIGHT FOR SCHREINER   
Schreiner Game Day Fight for Schreiner.
Fight for Schreiner.
Fight to win this game.
Down the foe team,
On we go team,
On to Vic—to—ry.
Raise our banner,
Shout Hosanna,
Glory to her name.
Fight te—am, Fight—Fight—Fight
For Schreiner’s fame.
(Repeat)
   
Mountaineer Orientation Mountaineer Days Orientation
SU's orientation will prepare you to become a true MOUNTAINEER.
   
Professors serving breakfast to students Late Night Breakfast
Professors cook and serve a late-night breakfast to hungry students studying on the evening before final exams start.
   
Campus fountain with soap bubbles The Quad Fountain
Okay, while definitely not encouraged, we cannot deny that generations of students have enjoyed creating a fantasy of bubbles in the Quad fountain under cover of darkness.
   
President's Breakfast
Every month SU's president asks students to join him for breakfast, where they talk about school, pets, parking, and anything else that may come up, in a comfortable, casual setting.


Brown-Bag Lunches

Throughout the year, some of the University's Trustees meet with students over a brown-bag lunch to talk, whether it's related to school or not.

Town Hall Meetings
The Student Government Association conducts Town Hall meetings where the campus comes together to discuss issues and new initiatives.

Trustee Meetings
SU's Board of Trustees dedicates lunch solely to students, where they exchange ideas about all areas of the University's operations. 

The Ancient and Honorable Order of the Campus
"The Order" was originally established in 1926 and currently serves as Schreiner's traditions council. It is an elite group of 12 students—one for each member of Schreiner's first graduating class—whose primary goal is to preserve and promote Schreiner's rich history and traditions. The Order hosts events and spirit rallies throughout the year and aims to enrich each student's Mountaineer experience. The Order embodies three foundational principles: pride, scholarship and teamwork.

   













 

©