You can get involved in a variety of activities, organizations, and opportunities!
Making these connections can enhance and compliment your scholastic experience and success.
If you don’t see something you like - start your own club!
Contact: Misty Chandler
Office: Student Center room 130 (across from the Campus Bookstore).
Student Ambassadors are the face of MCC-Maple Woods! Based out of the Admissions Office, Ambassadors are current student leaders who are enthusiastic, ambitious, and passionate about helping prospective students on their journey to MCC-Maple Woods. Through tours and events their mission is to help students make an informed decision about college by making them feel welcome on campus, highlighting what MCC campus life and services have to offer, and providing them with a better understanding of the college experience.
Contact Denise Sobotka at 816.604.3176, firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more about MCC-Maple Woods Student Ambassadors!
Anthropology Club provides opportunities for students interested in the four fields of anthropology (Cultural Anthropology, Physical Anthropology, Archeology and Linguistics) to meet to discuss relevant topics, events and coursework.
Art Club serves as a creative outlet for students to raise awareness and promote the Arts within our campus and our surrounding communities.
Contact: Carlos Bass at 604-3226 or Carlos.Bass@mcckc.edu
The Maple Woods Baseball Team is a member of the Division 1 Missouri XVI and the National Junior College Athletic Association.The team is nationally ranked.
Contact Marty Kilgore at 816.604.3504, email@example.com
Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is a society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research. Since it's founding in 1922, more than 200,00 persons have been accepted into lifetime membership, and more than 520 chapters have been established throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Affiliated with the Beta Beta Beta chapter of William Jewell College.
Contact: Ken Snell at 816.604.3136 or firstname.lastname@example.org or
Larry Reichard at 816.604.3140, Larry.Reichard@mcckc.edu
Collegiate Activities Board plans, organizes, and implements weekly fun, educational, social and cultural events for the students of Maple Woods. Students get involved and learn the skills of leadership, project management and working effectively with others. Meetings are held weekly and a time commitment of an average of 5-6 hours a week is expected. It's a great opportunity to connect with people and the campus.
The Computer Club seeks to expand student awareness of computing technology and careers through field trips, projects, campus events, and industry networking. Students learn a variety of new skills through collaboration with club members, faculty, and other clubs. Projects include web development, video and audio production, graphic design, animation, computer hardware, and more.
Contact Mark Murtha at 816.604.3181, or Mark.Murtha@mcckc.edu
Emails can also be sent to: email@example.com
Engineering Club promotes Engineering professionalism and unites all future engineers to explore the engineering career field through networking with other engineering students, planning engineering projects, taking student trips to project sites and local engineering companies.
Contact Audrey Battrum at firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental Club provides a forum and means for environmentally minded students to gather and create projects related to conservation, recycling and research that build a bridge between campus and community in the interest of our shared concern for the natural world.
Contact Ken Snell at 816.604.3136, Kenneth.Snell@mcckc.edu
Gamers Association provides a casual yet structured invironment for after-class socialization and entertainment. Matches of "Magic the Gathering", "Dungeons and Dragons", as well as XBOX 360 and Wii tournaments, card and board games are played. Outside affiliations include Wizards of the Coast and Duelists' Convocation International.
Faculty Contact: Bob Williams 816-604-3215, Bob.Williams@mcckc.edu
Gay Straight Alliance explores issues that encompass all aspects of diversity including social roles, cultural background and sexual orientation. The goal is to provide support for LGBT members and their allies at our school, as well as raise awareness of discriminatory behaviors, actions, and attitudes that affect our community.
Contact: Diane Sager at email@example.com
Improve/Theater/Film Club works to promote involvement in the Arts. Performance meetings improve members' improvisational techniques through Improv games and communication activities. Activities throughout the semester include trips to local theatrical productions, Improv Night performances from our members and various film projects. Performers as well as behind the scenes participants with an interest in theater and film are welcome.
Contact: Daniel Wright at 816.604.3224, Daniel.Wright@mcckc.edu
The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society is an international organization that recognizes scholarly achievement and offers programming that encourages leadership development. Qualified students must have an overall 3.5 GPA, and have completed at least 12 credit hours of class work. Monthly meetings, service and fellowship activities as well as scholarship opportunities are available through this organization.
Contact Audrey Battrum at 604-3333 or Audrey.Battrum@mcckc.edu
OR Chad Montuori at 604-3394 or Chad.Montuori@mcckc.edu
Pre-Nursing Club is a group designed to inform pre-nursing students on the transfer and application processes to area nursing programs, serve as a support system for career and academic development, and create a network for students pursuing this career path. Meetings involve guests from area nursing schools, sharing resources on exam preparation and application processes, and team support.
Contact: Carla Huffman at 604-3163 or Carla.Huffman@mcckc.edu
Emails can also be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
REACH Ministries serves the campus by reaching students with the Good News of Jesus Christ through Christian fellowship. Weekly Bible study and social events are held to allow students the opportunity to learn and study together.
Contact Terrell Tigner at 816.604.3126, Terrell.Tigner@mcckc.edu
Head Coach Todd Logan can be contacted at 816.604.3178, 816.985.7478 or he can be reached via email at Todd.Logan@mcckc.edu
Head Coach Timo Kibune can be contacted at 816.604.3478 or at email@example.com
The Maple Woods Women’s Softball Team is a member of the Region XVI Fastpitch Softball Division I and the National Junior College Athletic Association. Their fall season includes 20 games ending in mid-October. They usually play 60-70 games in the spring season, January through May.
Contact: Tiffany Meyer at 816.604.3505, Tiffany.Meyer@mcckc.edu
Student Leadership Council is the leadership group for Maple Woods Campus. This group of dynamic students gains leadership experience through campus improvements and student retention projects. Members take a one-credit hour Leadership Course and serve as New Student Orientation Leaders.
Download application (pdf)
Contact: Misty Chandler at 816-604-3013, Misty.Chandler@mcckc.edu
Students Who Are Parents (SWAP) provides a unique opportunity for students who are also parents while in college to learn about different parenting strategies while connected with other student-parents on campus for support and encouragement.
Contact Chad Montuori at 816-604-3394 Chad.Montuori@mcckc.edu
The Veterinary Technology Cub is a student chapter of the Missouri Veterinary Technicians Association and the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America. It is open to students of good standing in the Veterinary Technology program.
Contact Chris Morrow at 816.604.3236 Chris.Morrow@mcckc.edu
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