Campus Life & Leadership
Campus Center, room 130
Campus Life and Leadership
Listed below are just a few of the activities we offer through the Campus Life & Leadership office.
Please stop by to check out more of the activities we have to offer.
Clubs & Organizations @ Longview
Allied Health Student Group
The Allied Health Student Group brings together students interested in Allied Health related careers (Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Pre-Med, Respiratory Therapist, Pharmacist, etc.), with the purpose of making connections with students in these programs, colleges and other persons or places related to Allied Health professions.
Advisor: Lavon Tonga at 816.604.2544
Members will get the opportunity to enjoy a range of Anime related activities on campus: anime screenings, video game competitions, etc. Anime Society is a club dedicated to educating and entertaining students interested in the form of Japanese media/animation (anime) and graphic novels (manga).
Advisor: Susan Satterfield at 816.604.2105
The Longview Chess Club promotes the game of chess by appropriate means, including, but not limited to, holding regular meetings, the organization of tournaments, teaching chess in local schools, and sending teams to major intercollegiate and amateur tournaments.
Advisor: Bridget Gold at 816.604.2206
The Engineering Club provides a supportive network of people for students with an interest in engineering. The club seeks to broaden both the individuals’ critical thinking skills and sharpen the group’s team-working abilities. The club also researches the working community of existing engineers.
Advisor: Nicole Pflum at 816.604.2343
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (ICF)
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship establishes and advances at MCC-Longview witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord; growing in love for God, God’s Word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture and God’s purpose in the world.
Advisor: Stephen Reinbold at 816.604.2039
Latter-Day Saints Student Organization (LDSSA)
The LDSSA organization meets weekly to engage in scripture study and social interaction. Members of any faith or belief are welcome to join in our activities and discussions. During the year, our organization will engage in lively group discussions, in service projects and in social activities.
Advisor: Lavon Tonga at 816.604.2544
Longview Performing Arts Club
The Longview Performing Arts Club encourages and facilitates engagement, socialization and collaboration for students at MCC-LV through the mediums such as, but not limited to, Music, Dance, and other Performing Arts in promoting a diverse and multi-cultural campus.
Advisor: Jim McGraw at 816.604.2313
Longview Student Ambassadors (LVSA)
LVSA is an opportunity for students to enhance their leadership talents and public relations skills by participating in recruitment activities alongside the admissions office. LVSA members are highly regarded for their professionalism, leadership, and unique perspective as an MCC student. These qualities are demonstrated through participation in the following activities, taking prospective students on engaging campus tours, presenting their positive experiences at an event, and working with faculty, staff, students, and the community as an advocate for the staff, students, and the community as an advocate for the exceptional educational opportunities available at MCC-Longview. If interested in joining LVSA, please complete an application, available in the MCC-Longview Admissions Office. Interviews are conducted on an as-needed basis.
For additional information, please contact Admissions at 816.604.2515 or at LV.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Multicultural Club’s major goals are: to educate, embrace, and celebrate the diversity of culture at MCC-Longview through meetings, speakers, civic projects, and events both on campus and off.
Advisor: Melissa Eaton at 816.604.22024
Paradigm serves to be a blessing to the community of students at MCC-Longview. We want to reach students with the life-changing message of Jesus Christ by building relationships, open discussion, and service projects. All faiths and world perspectives are invited to join in discussions.
Advisor: Rick Turner at 816.604.2290
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society of two-year colleges. Students are invited to join after attaining an overall 3.5 GPA in 12 hours of college credit, but may also participate in activities as provisional members until they become eligible for membership. Active members have opportunities to develop leadership skills, participate in academic enrichment activities, and develop friendships with fellow Phi Theta Kappa members from all over the country. Membership also qualifies students for many transfer scholarships reserved for Phi Theta Kappa members. Kappa Tau, MCC-Longview’s chapter, is very active on campus and in the community and has won international recognition for its members and projects.
Rotaract provides an opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in their personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.
Advisor: Jill Lamonte at 816.604.2293
The Longview True Colors club brings lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) students and straight allies together to meet new people, hang out and have fun in a safe and supportive environment. We coordinate both social and educational programs to foster a positive and realistic image of the LGBTQ community, and to ensure all students at MCC-Longview experience a welcoming and affirming learning environment. True Colors brings together students of different sexual and gender identities to fight homophobia on campus and in the community. By raising awareness of different sexual and gender identities, linking homophobia with other oppressions and advocating for equal treatment for all students, our organization will help create a school environment free of homophobic, sexual, verbal, and physical harassment.
Advisor: Jennifer Fenton at 816.604.2208
Student Government Association (SGA)
Serving as the link between students and administration, Student Government works in the best interest of the student body to address pertinent student needs and administrative policies. They work to promote mutual understanding between students, faculty, and the administration. Members are elected by the student body and serve a one-academic-year term. Applications for Student Government are accepted in the fall and spring semesters.
Advisor: John Shively, 816.604.2325.