MCC extracurricular organizations foster and facilitate student interests and skills, community activities, social interaction and quality of life. Involvement contributes to the emotional and physical well-being of students and community, and to their intellectual, cultural and social development. The programs are funded by a portion of the college services fee. For detailed information, click here.
Clubs & Organizations
For the most current information about clubs and organizations and for guidelines to start a new club, visit the MCC Student Clubs page, call (989) 328-1209 or e-mail email@example.com.
Examples of college-sponsored activities include club sports, excursions, travelogues, support groups, fund-raisers, lectures, American Red Cross blood drives, self-help seminars, leadership development, and musical and dramatic performance groups.
Student ID cards are available upon registration, in Student Services, in the Donald C. Burns Administration/ Library Building. ID cards allow students free use of the gym, pool and fitness center during scheduled times; to check out recreation equipment; to use the library; and to attend college-sponsored functions.
Lockers are available for use, free of charge, each semester in the Activities Building.