The MUCC White Paper defined two roles for the foundation units: to teach the basic skills necessary for academic success at university (including writing, analysis, basic numeracy, and academic integrity and referencing skills) and to provide students with an introduction to the concept and practice of interdisciplinarity (Murdoch University, 2012, p.
The academic and professional staff in the School of Management and Governance were able to successfully implement MUCC changes to first year curriculum not only through the hard work of key individuals, but also through the support of a community which shared the same goals.
 In 1969, amidst continuing concerns over the viability of the company in Lansing and the threat of the plant moving, the men of the Reo Sportsman's club affiliated with the MUCC and began publishing their own column, "Local 650 Sportsman's Club Column," in the Lansing Labor News, the only Lansing local to do so.
Gaines, "History of MUCC," Michigan-Out-Of-Doors (January 1947), p.
A blitz of comments and testimony generated by NWF's Great Lakes Natural Resource Center, Michigan United Conservation Clubs (MUCC), one of NWF's affiliates, and many local organizations helped derail plans to develop the last wild coastal marsh along the U.S.
NWF and MUCC presented detailed written comments on two rounds of permit applications, testified at two public hearings and generated fax comments from several hundred activists twice in six months to oppose the development.
"They were wrong," says Sam Washington, MUCC
Lake Michigan anglers are beneficiaries of the last major project in a $172 million settlement of a lawsuit brought by NWF and one of its affiliates, Michigan United Conservation Clubs (MUCC).
In the early 1980s, NWF and MUCC filed suit against Consumers Energy and Detroit Edison, whose Ludington Pumped Storage Plant killed millions of Lake Michigan fish in its turbines every year.