link Clubs and Organizations

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Clubs and Organizations

  • Learn more about yourself.
  • Develop useful teamwork and leadership skills.
  • Boost your resume and professional network.
  • Utilize practical experience in a nurturing environment.
  • Learn about student equity and its important role on campus.
  • Experience a change of pace from your studies.
  • Gain awareness of your value in the community.
  • Explore your interests and find your passion.
  • Have fun!

The following clubs are presumed currently active at Mission College. Please contact individual clubs for information.

Interested in becoming an Officer of Inter-Club Council?

Complete the ICC Interest Form

Start a New Club or Reactivate One

  1. Visit the Office of Student Activities located in the Campus Center, second floor, room 231 to pick up a copy of the Inter-Club Council Bylaws.
  2. Read the Club Charter Packet.
  3. Read the ICC Bylaws to learn the requirements and steps to starting your own club or to reactivate an old club.
  4. Visit the Office of Student Activities located in the Campus Center, second floor, room 231 if you have questions or concerns. 
Clubs at Mission College
Classification Organization Contact Info
Academic Associated Student Government

The official voice of the Students of Mission College. The ASG Student Senate in an elected body of Mission Students. Their purpose is to represent the student’s views to the administration, plan and support campus activities. 

Connor Keese
[email protected]


Academic Statistics & Data Science Club

To give member a collaborative enviroment where they can use statistics to obtain meaningful insights from real world data.

Marcelo Sanchez-Heredia

[email protected]


Special Interest Mission College Society of Women Engineers (MCSWE)

The club promotes a college enviroment in engineering and technology and to empower women and men to acheive careers as engineers and leaders, with networking, mentorships and scholarships opportunities.

Bob Schaffer

[email protected]


Special Interest Game Club

The purpose of our club is for Mission Early College High School and Mission College students to have fun and connect. Take a break from studying and join us for a quick board or console game.

Janice Morgan [email protected]


Special Interest Gender & Sexuality Alliance

GSA is a club that provides a safe space, workshops and other resources to the LGBTQI+ community at Mission College.

Brian Miller

[email protected]



Academic Mission College Health Occupations Association

MCHOA is a health occupations club that allows health occupation majors to connect with past, present, and future students. We also volunteer on and off campus.

Lisa Shivers
[email protected]


Special Interest Mission College Mental Health Club

MCMHC works toward enhancing campus community awareness of mental health student needs, destigmatizing help-seeking and providing support of access, retention and success for Mission College students.



Special Interest Mission Dance Company

Founded in 2010, Mission Dance Company is a student-run non-profit organization, providing a venue for students to choreograph and perform original works of art and share them with the broader community.  We welcome all level dancers and choreographers to join us and further develop dancing skills. Let the love for dancing grow!

Brenna Wundram
[email protected]



Special Interest Mission InterConnect

Our purpose is to connect students from different countries across the world and embrace the sense of connectedness. W e believe that our campus is a place of equity and diversity, where everyone helps each other regardless of where we come from.

Gaozong Park
[email protected]


Cultural Muslim Student Association

MSA is a club on campus for Muslims and Non-Muslims to gather and learn about Islam in a safe environment.
Kathryn Wood
[email protected]
Cultural  Umoja Community Club 

Here at Umojja, we promote the recognition and involvement of students of African/African American ancestry/ethnicity at Mission College for the intention of creating a strong voice on campus and to make an impact on the decisions regarding students. 

Manuel Salazar
[email protected]


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