Clubs and Organizations
Increases awareness and importance of fine arts to students and community. Advisor: Mark Flake
Campus Impact Club
Provide students an opportunity to make an impact for Christ on campus through fellowship, kindness, encouragement, and support. Advisor: Shawn Fraver - Connect with us: (704) 878.3308 or www.facebook.com/CampusImpactClub
Cosmetic Arts Society
Promotes a bond between students enrolled in cosmetology classes, provides a channel of information and activities, and promotes development of leadership abilities through participation in educational, vocational, civic, recreational and social activities. Advisor: Christina Owen
Early Childhood Association
Serves as a forum of student opinion dedicated to resolving and discussing early childhood issues. Advisor: Donna Hogue
Eason Music Club
Provides an opportunity for music majors and students with an interest in music to come together and share in their love of music. The club provides information and activities related to campus music involvement, life as a music major, careers in music, music-related student travel and community service. Advisors: Beverly Brown and Emily Schuttenberg
Human Services Club
Encourages and promotes advancement in the human services field addressing mental health and community service issues. Advisor: Sally Dellinger
Stimulates an interest in mathematics and related subjects with competitions and discussions. Advisors: Tessa Townsend and Barbara Salamon
Minority Male Mentoring Initiative
Provides one-on-one and group mentoring, field trip opportunities, as well as various workshops, including train-the-trainer workshops, substance and drug abuse prevention seminars, study skills and time management.
Mitchell Culinary Club
Promotes a bond between students enrolled in culinary classes, provides a channel of information and activities, and promotes development of leadership abilities through participation in educational, vocational, civic, recreational and social activities. Advisor: Bob Williams "Chef Bob"
Mitchell Technological Society
Educates and trains members regarding computer use and programs using hands-on activities and projects. Advisors: Loraine Watt and Robert Theisen
Phi Theta Kappa
Recognizes and encourages the academic achievement of two-year college students and provides opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service and fellowship programming. Advisors: Amanda Patterson, Jason Hollar and Gloria Rembert
S.A.F.E. (Student Alliance for Equality)
Provides a supportive environment for all students (gay and straight) and is open to anyone who wishes to be involved in its mission of assuring that all Mitchell Community College students are valued and respected. Advisor: Michelle Money
Student Nurses Association
Promotes the professional standards of nursing and emphasizes the importance of involvement in professional organizations past graduation. This club is open to students who are currently enrolled in the nursing program. Advisors: Kellie Kerley and Valerie Doig
Please note: Not every student club is active every semester. If students who were in leadership roles in previous semesters have left Mitchell, some student clubs may not be active, and this means advisors are looking for eager students to step into leadership roles.
To learn more about a club, including meeting times, contact the club advisor.
Libby Patrick | Student Activities Coordinator
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