Check out this list of great organizations you can participate in while you're attending Minnesota State Community and Technical College. Get the most out of college by getting involved in campus activities and student life. Developing and sharpening your leadership skills is a vital part of your college career, and taking an active role on campus is an excellent way to realize your leadership potential.
You also can establish a student organization at M State by completing a campus-specific process. See the director of student life on your campus for more information!
The Associate Degree Nursing Organization supports students in the ADN program.
The ASL Club's goal is to increase awareness of and appreciation for the deaf community.
The Anime Club spreads appreciation for Japanese culture and provides a place for people with similar hobbies to congregate.
The Architectural Technology Student Association provides a greater understanding of architectural practice.
The Auto Tech Club encourages student interest in automotive careers.
Business Professionals of America is a national career and technical student organization that serves helps prepare students for careers in business and information technology. Members are involved in leadership, community service projects at the local level, and competitions at the state and national levels.
Campus Crusade for Christ explores issues related to faith, spirituality and Christianity.
Christian Bible Fellowship is a Christian Bible study for students.
The Construction Management Student Organization provides co-curricular opportunities for students with an interest in construction management..
The Cosmetology Club encourages, develops and promotes professionalism and leadership among cosmetology students.
The Criminal Justice Association promotes an interest in the Criminal Justice program.
The Dental Assisting organization supports students in the Dental Assisting program.
The Diesel Club supports Diesel Equipment Technology students and their interests.
The Electrical Line Workers Organization promotes professional growth among Electrical Line Worker Technology students.
EquiUs is for students interested in the equine industry for a career or a hobby.
F2CO encourages interest in chemistry.
Fine arts opportunities for students include Chamber Chorale, Concert Choir, Voice Ensemble, Concert Band, Jazz Band and theatre.
The Gaming Club is for gaming enthusiasts of all types, especially those interested in strategy games.
Open to students enrolled in STEM courses and those with an avid interest in science, Integrated Logic gives students the opportunity to dive deeper into science and support each other through peer tutoring and discussion.
The college is a member of the Minnesota College Athletic Conference (MCAC) and Region XIII of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). Teams are located on the Fergus Falls campus but open to M State students on any campus. Mens teams represent the college in football, basketball, golf and baseball. Womens teams compete in softball, volleyball, golf and basketball.
Fergus Falls, Moorhead
Intramural sports can include basketball, volleyball, flag football, soccer and bowling.
The M State Nursing Student Association supports the purposes of the nursing program and enhances understanding of the medical field.
Mu Alpha Theta is an international mathematical honor society for tudents who have completed at least one mathematics course at or above the college algebra-precalculus level.
The Multicultural Student Association enhances knowledge and awareness of diverse cultures.
Fergus Falls, Detroit Lakes and Moorhead
Phi Theta Kappa is the national honor society for students at two-year colleges.
The PowerSports Club lets members share their passion for the power sports industry.
SkillsUSA is the official organization of vocational education with state and national competitions.
The M State Pride Alliance is a student organization created by LGBT students and their allies. All are welcome.
SADHA supports students in the Dental Hygiene program.
The Student Government Association provides a student voice in campus administration.
SHRO expands students' experience in the human relations and business fields.
Technology, Gaming and Robotics provides opportunities for hands-on projects.
Last modified: September 22nd, 2017 at 09:09am