Early college students

Student Clubs


Joining a student club can impact your career and student experience by enhancing your skills, creating networking opportunities, gaining leadership experience, working as a team and more. MCC encourages the development and growth of new clubs.

AGriculture ClubMCC's Ag Club is open to all students interested in plant, animal and environmental sciences. The club offers students educational, professional, charitable and social activities to further enhance the leadership and technical skills necessary for personal growth, career success and community service.

Advisors: Michelle Gibson, Dan Rossman and Brian Gardner

ART ClubMCC’s Art Club provides a platform for creative expression. Artists develop collectively as well as individually while gaining the personal, cultural and global awareness needed to navigate our complex, contemporary society.

Advisor: Seth Sutton

Business Professionals of America Business Professionals of America is the leading Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields. Participation in BPA allows students to compete against other college students at both the state and national levels.

Advisors: Bill Bishop and Kristen Diehl

career clubMCC's Career Club gives students the chance to learn from people in various career fields through career conversations, presentations, and workplace visits. You’ll be building a network and discover internship and job opportunities you never knew existed. As a bonus, club membership helps build your resume and meet other students.

Advisor: Amy Zdanowski 

Meetings: The club meets the fourth Wednesday of each month from 12 to 12:50 p.m.in room M204 in the Les Morford Instructional Building on MCC’s Sidney campus. For more information, please contact Club Advisor Amy Zdanowski at 989-328-1234.

Criminal Justice Studies clubMCC’s Criminal Justice Studies Club introduces students to the different entities that make up the field of criminal justice through hands-on experience. It also gives students a chance to give back to their community through several volunteer activities.

Advisor: Kevin Sweeney

Club Member Events:

  • Future events include tours of the MDOC Training Academy in Lansing and the MDOC Carson City Correctional Facility. For more information, please contact Club Advisor Kevin Sweeney at (517) 719-1195.

native american clubAdvisor: Seth Sutton

nursing clubMCC’s Nursing Club promotes professional growth, development and excellence in nursing by enhancing collaboration, leadership and communication amongst students, faculty, and administration.

Advisor: Kim Holt

veterans clubMCC’s Veterans Club assists student veterans, their dependents and their allies in reaching their goals in life. We hope you will come see what the club has to offer you and what you can do for your community!

Advisors: Amber Jade-Rain and Jessica Snyder

Women's volleyball clubMCC's Women's Volleyball Club provides opportunity to have fun and get to know your fellow MCC students. During this open gym, we will practice skills and play pick-up games. For more information, contact MCC’s Recreation department at recreationdesk@montcalm.edu or 989- 328-1095. 

Advisor: Katey Johnson

Phi Theta Kappa honor societyThe path to opportunity begins with Phi Theta Kappa, the world's most prestigious honor society for two-year colleges. Becoming a member of this elite organization helps students excel in college and beyond. As a Phi Theta Kappa member, students gain access to nearly $37 million in exclusive transfer scholarships to approximately 750 four-year colleges and universities.

Alpha Tau Alpha is MCC’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society for two-year colleges. To qualify for membership, students must complete a minimum of 12 MCC credit hours with a minimum 3.5 GPA.

Advisor: Jennifer VanderSlik

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