Clubs And Organizations
Students at Mott have the opportunity to organize, lead, and participate in a wide variety of thriving clubs and organizations. All clubs have a student leadership team, a mission statement, and yearly goals they work to accomplish with the help of an advisor.
Check out the existing clubs below or stop by the Student Life Office for more information on the active clubs and to get a recommendation for a club that might match your interests.
Don't see a club you want to join? Consider creating one with your friends!
Club that strives to prevent, protect and prosecute against violence.
Japanese Animation (Anime)
Art & Design Club
Art & Design Club will work with hobbyists and professionals to advance art and design as a professional craft, strategic tool, and vital cultural force that connects to our community
Increasing exposure, experience, and skills in American Sign Language
Artistic, recreational & social programs with special emphasis on dance.
Bass Fishing Club
Bass Fishing Enthusiasts
Black & Gold Productions
To enhance ourselves and our community by working with individuals passionate about creating entertaining media content.
The Care Club will be centered around peer counseling.
Mott Community College Cheerleaders
Mott Computer Tech Club
We wish to provide an environment for students interested in computer-related fields to interact and support each other in a comfortable, yet professional, atmosphere. Also, to build a professional network of students who can participate in events that enhance the skills and knowledge levels of each club member, as well as promoting community related events and activities.
For admirers of fine dining and cuisine.
Cutting Edge Campus Ministry
Empowering students through biblical solutions for everyday life.
Dental Assisting Club
Activities to encourage Dental Assisting student interaction
Dental Hygiene Club
Enhance your Dental Hygiene career preparation
Early Childhood Education
Promotion of child welfare and education
Feminists League Club
To provide an inclusive, intellectual, and social environment by offering co-curricular opportunities that foster the advocacy of women's rights on the grounds of political, economic, and social equality to men. We will engage students in the development of Intersectional Feminist Theory, personal growth, and citizenship to encourage affinity to the College and gender equality.
First Generation Club
To equip first generation students with the knowledge and skills to make a successful transition to college.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
InterVar sity chapters minister to students and faculty through small group Bible studies, large group gatherings, leadership training, thoughtful discipleship, and life-changing mission trips.
L.E.R.N.(Criminal Justice Club)
Law Enforcement Resource Network
Organization for Musicians, Composers and Music Educators (OMCME)
Providing service, resources, and culture through education, community service and music.
To gain exposure to different fields and research in psychology, to stay updated on recent trends and paradigm shifts in psychology, to learn about academic and employment opportunities in the field and to form a community of MCC students, faculty and staff interested in the field of psychology.
Respiratory Care Student Society
Promotion of the Respiratory Care Profession
Men's Soccer Club
Women's Soccer Club
Social Work Club
Promoting social work values within the community.
SOTA Club (Student Occupational Therapy Assistant Club)
Enhance knowledge of occupational therapy
Student Nurses Association
MCC chapter of the State and National Student Nurses Association
Student Physical Therapist Assistant Club (SPTA)
Promote MCC PTA program and increase student professional knowledge.
Student Veteran Alliance
Environment of togetherness and success for military students.
We will provide a safe and fun environment for students interested in tabletop games to get together for the purposes of playing, learning about, and making tabletop games. Other benefits will be learning story telling skills, developing social skills, reinforce rudimentary math skills, strengthening acting and improvising skills, creative writing, conflict resolution skills, formulating plans and public speaking.
Meetings: Every Friday in Student Life, 9am-1pm
TMOT - Talented Men of Today
Exceed. Excel. & Succeed. All Expectations
MCC Technology Club
Broad exposure to the field of technology.
Trading Investment Club
Transitions School of Cosmetology Careers
Participate in events which promote cosmetology industry.
Learn about other cultures and travel the world