Student activities contribute to the emotional and physical well-being of students and to their intellectual, cultural, and social development outside the context of the institution’s regular instructional program. Programs are funded by a portion of student activity fees.
Visit the Guide to Starting Clubs to find out how to start a club at MCC.
Visit Current Clubs and Advisors for a list of Clubs and links to their webpages and Advisors.
Student Activities on Campus
Student-sponsored activities include club sports, excursions, support groups, fund raisers, lectures, intramurals, self-help seminars, leadership development and musical and dramatic performance groups.
Student ID cards are available to MCC students currently enrolled in credit classes. ID cards allow students to check out recreation equipment, use the library, attend college-sponsored functions, and allow for free use of the gym, pool, and fitness center during scheduled times.
Eligible students may pick up ID cards at the Recreation Desk in the Activities Building after the end of the drop-add period each semester.