So, you want to get involved ...
This semester we will be hosting a combination of in-person, hybrid and virtual events/activities. Please contact our office at email@example.com for a listing of events.
The office of Campus Life and Leadership makes getting involved easy. You can get involved in various activities, organizations, and opportunities. Making these connections can enhance and complement your educational experience and success.
Listed below are just a few clubs and organizations active at MCC-Maple Woods, including club or organization name, description and advisor information.
If you are interested in joining, please reach out to the specific advisor or Campus Life & Leadership.
If you don't see something you like, you can start your club. Please stop by the Campus Life & Leadership office (Student Center 130) or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about starting a club.
Active clubs and organizations
The Anime Club is for creative students who like to watch/read/talk about/maybe even make anime and manga.
Carlos Bass | 816.604.3226
Christians on Campus is a Christian club that reaches out to students to teach them about Jesus Christ and His message of love and salvation while providing a fun atmosphere and is a welcoming community for all.
Lori Fritts | 816.604.3116
Cornhole is a fun activity for all students that want to have fun and make new friends.
Jeff Wilt | 816.604.3012
The Environmental Club is for those who know what we do to the environment has an effect on everything else in our world and want to make a positive impact.
We will work to clean up the community, help wildlife and spread awareness on environment issues.
Gamers Association seeks to expand student awareness, interest and skills in gaming technology and careers through projects, campus events and industry.
We also aim to increase the awareness of the types of games.
Brandon Page | 816.604.3141
MOC3 is a minority male initiative program. The main goal of the group is to provide an additional resource, specifically for our male students of color, to contribute to increasing the persistence, retention, and graduation rates of that demographic.
This is an excellent opportunity for these students to get involved, get connected with campus leaders, and grow as a student and member of their communities.
There will be chances for students to meet and participate throughout the academic year. This includes events, speakers, fellowship, networking, and mentorship.
While the MOC3 group is designed for minority males, we invite all male students at MCC to participate, as we understand the importance of inclusion and allies.
Terrell Tigner | 816.604.3175
NSLS is an organization that helps people discover and achieve their goals. This is done by offering life-changing lectures from the nation's leading presenters and a community where like minded, success-oriented individuals come together and help each other succeed.
NSLS also serves as a powerful force of good in the greater community by encouraging and organizing action to better the world.
Students are selected by invitation only for membership based on either academic standing or leadership potential.
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.
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.
SAGA explores issues that encompass all aspects of diversity including social roles, cultural background and sexual orientation.
The goal is to provide support for LGBTQIA+ members and their allies at our school, as well as raise awareness of discriminatory behaviors, actions and attitudes that affect our community.
Scott Quinton | 816.604.3135
Sister Circle is an organization specifically for female students at MCC-Maple Woods.
Sister Circle displays a unified purpose of promoting equity and advancement for underrepresented women to be empowered through education, advocacy, social justice, mentorship and networking opportunities.
Kaitlyn Kelly | 816.604.3033
The Student Government Association of MCC-Maple Woods has a purpose to advocate for students. SGA provides a forum for the expression of student views on issues that affect them and to promote the development of leadership skills for all students. SGA serves as the voice for students, supporting campus student engagement and being an advocate to create a better environment for all on campus.
Kaitlyn Kelly | 816.604.3033
The following clubs/organizations have been a part of MCC-Maple Woods in the past. Currently, they are not active - but can be revitalized.
If you are interested please contact the Campus Life and Leadership office by calling 816.604.3319, e-mailing email@example.com or stopping by Student Center 130.
American Sign Language Club
The mission of MCC- Maple Woods American Sign Language Club is to provide an outlet for students to participate in community service and give back to their campus and community. While doing so, creating friendships and networks with others.
The Art Club serves as a creative outlet for students to raise awareness and promote the arts within our campus and surrounding communities.
Business Marketing Club
Business Marketing Club promotes and utilizes student's business skills. Our main objective is to give our members hands on business experiences, teamwork project skills and internship opportunities.
To teach the basics of chess and prepare for tournaments. Students may receive training in a variety of chess styles such as: bullet, classical and blitz.
Cycling Club is for students who are interested in all aspects of bicycling. We meet weekly for safe, organized, group bicycle rides. Riders of all skill levels are welcome - there will be no drops. One of the goals of Cycling Club is to ensure a better commuting experience (facilities, repairs, etc.) for those commuting to campus by methods other than motor vehicles.
Dreamers club is an all-inclusive club focused on giving a voice, bringing awareness, and giving back to marginalized communities. We focus on LGBTQIA+, people of color, disability awareness, mental health awareness and more.
Dungeons & Dragons
The Dungeons & Dragons club is dedicated to playing classic tabletop role playing games such as the D&D, Cipher, Pathfinder and others. Every semester we play adventures that explore the depths of fantastical worlds, fight their monsters and claim their treasure for ourselves, all in the comfort of the school's classrooms.
Fostering Optimism Through Awareness
FOTA seeks to provide a positive environment on and off campus by promoting friendship, unity and creativity. Through support, group activities, events and community service, our goal is to uplift the individual, campus and community.
Improv Theater Club
Improv Club seeks to offer students a creative outlet with improvised theater. We play games and perform skits to entertain the community with shows throughout the semester.
Vet Tech Club
Vet Tech Club promotes professionalism and leadership through the organization of campus, club and community events. Improving the health and well-being of animals through education is a priority.