Clubs and Organizations

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Get Involved!

Being active in a student group provides opportunities for you to get to know your fellow Owls and faculty members, pursue an interest, learn more about your major, celebrate your culture or religion, and to have fun. By being involved in a group, you'll be able to help plan programs for your organization and the MCC community.

Students who are involved in clubs and organizations say that it helps them feel a sense of belonging on campus. Give yourself the chance to make the most of your time at MCC!

Beacon: Student Organization Manual

The Beacon gives you all the information you need to know about being a part of a club or organization. It outlines the expectations we have for you as a recognized organization and directs you towards the resources for registration, travel, programming, promoting, fundraising, and finance.

To see the online version of The Beacon, click here.

Active Student Organizations:

Visit Engage for more information about our student groups, to sign up for and manage organizations, and to find out about upcoming campus events.

Wish there was another club? You and four other currently enrolled students can pitch your idea to the Office of Student Engagement. Email for more information about starting a new club.

Academic Student Organizations:

Service & Civic Minded Student Organizations:

Cultural Student Organizations:

Personal Enrichment Student Organizations:


Last Modified: 2/6/24