Muskegon Community College encourages its students to participate in a variety of organized clubs to gain experience in leadership and cooperative planning, and to take advantage of the opportunity for social interaction. Full-time faculty advisors oversee each club. Club members must be enrolled as MCC students.
If you would like to join a club or get more information on a club, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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Please join us in creating a world where no one’s afraid to talk about mental health! The Active Minds Student Group is a nonprofit national organization supporting mental health awareness and reducing the stigma surrounding mental health. The MCC Active Minds Chapter was started in the Spring of 2020 and welcomes all current MCC students. […]
The purpose of this club is to promote sustainability by helping students and the community members understand the basics of gardening and composting. The MCC Agriculture/Garden Club will promote sustainability efforts through the production of locally grown organic vegetables and the reduction of landfill waste through recycling organic waste generated on campus. For information on […]
The purpose of this organization is to promote the metal castings as a career choice for students upon completion of their degrees. The AFS also provides students with education and information on technology, marketing, management, human resources, and research as it relates to the manufacturing of metal castings, including knowledge of the suppliers and businesses which relate […]
MCC’s Christian Fellowship Clubs vision is to engage and build Collegiate fellowship and encourage Bible study and activities to foster Christian fellowship. For more information on Christian Fellowship club, contact faculty advisor Tom Wolters at email@example.com.
The club’s purpose is to promote the culture of gaming into a more socially acceptable form of recreation and entertainment and to explore, play and discuss interactive media such as video games, role playing games, and board games. A Gaming Club member must be a current MCC student. For more information on the Gaming Club, […]
The Gender & Sexuality Alliance started as the Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) in the spring of 1999. At our meetings, we socialize, plan activities, and discuss and plan future projects. We also support one another, discuss issues relating to being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, and share information. Our mission is to promote awareness and understanding […]
The Geography and Geology Club – GEO Club – is an informal learning student organization whose members work together to raise Earth-friendly understanding and awareness. Additionally, they gain experience in leadership and cooperative planning, while taking advantage of the opportunity for social interaction. The GEO Club helps students make the connection between what they learn […]
The purpose of the club shall be to provide Health Pre-professional students with guidance resources, and support to assist with preparation for advanced health professional schools. Functions: To provide guest speakers to address professional school issues and life as a health-care professional. To develop a peer support group for health pre-professional students that provide academic […]
The MCC Motorsports Club provides opportunities to learn and share information about the auto industry and any form of motorsports. Club members participate in field trips, hear guest speakers, and take part in a hands-on project, currently, a 1988 Mustang fastback superstock drag car. Any current MCC student who has interest in automotive technology is […]
Members and guests of the club discuss a wide range of philosophical problems such as immortality, the ethics of technology, just wars, etc. Through the exchange of views and opinions, participants have a great opportunity to improve their abstract thinking skills, enrich their knowledge, as well as confirm or dismiss their previous opinions on the […]
There is no race but the human race! We have the power to succeed, the power to impact, and as a group we are more powerful than just one man alone. Our objective is to not only educate ourselves on various concerns within the black community, but also educate different ethnic groups. We will conjoint […]
The Social Science Association strives to bring awareness to both the community and students on pressing social issues. These goals shall be accomplished through: speakers, interactive training, organizing and promoting events, and through community and student education. For more information on the Social Science Association, contact club advisor Nicholas Budimir at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The Student Government Association (SGA) shall: Provides a means of communication between the student body and the college administration, faculty and the Board of Trustees. Encourages and promote interest and spirit in college activities and affairs. Provides a vital and appropriate voice for students in the governance of Muskegon Community College pertaining to the students. […]
The Student Nurse Club (SNC) was formed to provide peer support and a sense of nursing community as well as Nursing Program information for the nursing student during their educational experience. An official MCC-sanctioned campus club, SNC meets bi-monthly at noon on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month. Students are encouraged to attend and communicate regularly […]
The Student Veteran Organization started in 2009 with a mission to: Help facilitate the transfer of military and veteran students and their families into the Muskegon Community College campus Connect veterans connect with the resources available in the community at large Promote student awareness of veteran issues Support the interests and goals among current students who are members of […]
The Teachers of Tomorrow (TOTS) Club, for students in the area of education, is a student affiliate of the LAEYC (Lakeshore Association for the Education of Young Children) and the NAEYC (National Association of Young Children). For more information on TOTS, contact club advisor Robin Bazzett at firstname.lastname@example.org.