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SGA Clubs & Organizations


Club/Organization

Advisor
Alpha Beta Chi (Early Childhood) Darlene Brown
Beta Xi Omicron Club (Phi Theta Kappa) Robert Nelson, Cyndi Caviness
Phi Beta Lambda Mike Collins
College Transfer Club  
Criminal Justice Club Tracey Wyrick
Dental Assisting Club Lori McAllister
Electrical Systems Technology Club Gerald Clark
Forestry Club Russell Strong, Mike Thompson
Gunsmithing Society Wayne Bernauer
Human Services Club Amy Frieary
Medical Assisting Club Cyndi Caviness
Minority Male Mentoring Club Crystal Thomas
Pottery Club  
Practical Nursing Club Ann Black
Student Ambassadors Riley Beaman
Trailblazer Shooting Team
Mark Dye

 

Alpha Beta Chi (Early Childhood) Club

The organization shall be known as the MCC Alpha Beta Chi Club (Early Childhood Club). Active membership in Alpha Beta Chi is voluntary and shall be open to full and/or part-time students and employees of MCC of every race, creed, color, national origin, sex or handicap, regardless of their course of study, career or other club affiliations. The club offers advisory, honorary and alumni memberships in addition to its active member. Dues for the Alpha Beta Chi Club will be determined by the members at the first meeting of each academic year. Dues will be paid by each prospective member within 14 academic days of the first meeting of each term.
The goals and objectives of the club are as follows:
  1. To promote extracurricular educational opportunities and activities for club members;
  2. To provide an organization for post-classroom fellowship among members during both formal and informal Early Childhood related activities;
  3. To provide available resources for community service in Montgomery and surrounding counties in the area of Early Childhood;
  4. To provide opportunities for club members to become advocates for families and young children;
  5. To provide job related work experience in the field of Early Childhood;
  6. To raise funds so that the above goals and objectives can be met. This will be accomplished through various fundraising events and through the conducting of related community service projects.
Beta Xi Omicron Club (Phi Theta Kappa)

The name of this chapter of Phi Theta Kappa shall be Beta Xi Omicron. The purpose of Beta Xi Omicron Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at MCC shall be the promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership and service and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students of the college.

Types of membership in Beta Xi Omicron shall consist of member, provisional member, alumni member, and honorary member as defined in Article IV, Section 1, of the Phi Theta Kappa Constitution and Bylaws.* Initial member qualifications are as follows:: In addition to meeting membership eligibility requirements as stated in Article IV and Chapter 1 of the Phi Theta Kappa Constitution and Bylaws,* each candidate for membership must have completed 12 semester hours of associate degree course work, with a Grade Point Average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale, and adhere to the school conduct code and possess recognized qualities of citizenship. Grades for courses completed at other institutions will not be considered when determining membership eligibility. Courses taken at MCC that are more than ten years old will not be considered when determining membership eligibility. Failure to maintain the required cumulative Grade Point Average will result in the member being removed from good standing as stated in the Phi Theta Kappa Constitution and Bylaws,* Chapter 1, Section 3. Failure to meet good standing requirements as stated in the Phi Theta Kappa Constitution and Bylaws* will cause membership and all membership privileges to be revoked.

Finances for this chapter will be raised by projects voted on by a majority of the members. Payment of the international membership fee, local fee, and regional fee must be received by the chapter treasurer before members can be inducted.

Phi Beta Lambda

The organization shall be known as Phi Beta Lambda. Membership is voluntary and shall consist of full and or part-time students and employees of Montgomery Community College. Membership is open to all students and MCC alumni and employees of the College whatever race, creed, color, national origin, sex, or handicap.

Dues for the club will be $2.00 for the academic year beginning Fall Semester. For any portion of any academic year, the dues will be $2.00. Two regular meetings will be held during each semester with called meetings being held at the discretion of the club officers and advisors. Any individual joining Phi Beta Lambda will be encouraged to participate in the club community service project on a semester basis.

The goals & objectives of the club are as follows:
  • To promote extracurricular educational opportunities and activities for club members
  • To provide an organization for post-classroom fellowship among the members during both formal and informal business related activities
  • To provide an organization that can offer and provide its available resources for community service in the area of business
  • To raise funds so the above goals and objectives can be met. This will be accomplished through various fund-raising events and through the conducting of business related community service projects
  • Each member of the MCC Business Technologies Club is encouraged to participate in all fund-raising activities
  • Anyone wishing to join the MCC Business Technologies Club during the academic year may do so and will be considered a member in good standing until the end of that academic year
College Transfer Club

The organization shall be known as the MCC College Transfer Club. Active membership in this organization is voluntary and shall be open to all students registered and active in any MCC curriculum who are planning to transfer to a four-year institution. All members are subjected to the Constitution and by-laws of the Club. Membership in the club shall be open to all MCC students despite race, color, creed, handicap, sex, sexual orientation, religion or national origin.

The primary objective of the Club is to make the transfer process as smooth as possible, and to share information with others about each of the colleges that members are planning to attend, to make trips to tour the various campuses to gain a better understanding of the school, and to help gather information for the students who haven’t yet decided which school is best for them.

Other goals and objectives of the Club include:

  1. To promote college transfer opportunities and activities for club members.
  2. To provide an organization for post-classroom fellowship among the members during formal and informal college transfer activities.
  3. To raise funds for the above goals and objectives to be met. This will be accomplished through various fund-raising events.
Criminal Justice Club
The organization shall be known as the MCC Criminal Justice Club. Active membership in this organization is voluntary and shall be open to all students registered and active in the Criminal Justice curriculum. Membership in the Club shall be open to all registered students in the Criminal Justice curriculum despite race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, religion or national origin. Membership will also be open to all local law enforcement officers in Montgomery and surrounding counties. There is a membership fee of $4.00 per semester (fall and spring). No dues for summer semester.

The goals and objectives of the club are as follows:

  1. To promote the professional relationship of Criminal Justice students;
  2. To provide additional career supportive opportunities;
  3. To better the community and the college relationships with local law enforcement agencies;
  4. To stimulate student participation.
Dental Assisting Club

The organization shall be known as the MCC Dental Assisting Club. Active membership in this organization is voluntary and shall be open to full and/or part-time students registered in the Dental Assisting curriculum and to MCC employees. Membership in the club shall be open to every race, creed, color, national origin, sex or handicap. Membership may be open to Dentists and Dental Associations from the local area and surrounding counties.

Dues for Club members are $10.00 per semester and are due within 14 academic days of the first meeting of each term. Officers for the Club will be elected by members at the first meeting each academic year.

The goals and objectives of the Dental Assisting Club are:

  1. To promote the extracurricular educational opportunities and activities for club members.
  2. To provide opportunities for post-classroom fellowship among the members during both formal and informal dental assisting-related activities.
  3. To provide an organization which can offer and provide its available resources for community service in the area of Dental Assisting.
  4. As a member of the Dental Assisting Club, one must uphold the honor and high principles of the profession. If the honor code is broken, officers of the club may take disciplinary actions on behalf of the club.
Forestry Club
The organization shall be known as the MCC Forestry Club. Membership is open to full and/or part-time students and employees at MCC. Dues for the club will be determined by the members at the first meeting of each fall term. Meetings for the club members will be established at the first meeting of the officers.
The goals and objectives of the club are as follows:
  1. To promote extracurricular educational opportunities and activities for club members;
  2. To provide an organization for post-classroom fellowship among the members during both formal and informal forestry related activities;
  3. To provide an organization which can offer and provide its available resources for community service in the area of forestry;
  4. To raise funds so the above goals and objectives can be met. This will be accomplished through various fund-raising events and through the conducting of forestry related community service projects.
Gunsmithing Society
The organization shall be known as the MCC Gunsmithing Society. Membership is voluntary and shall consist of full and or part-time students and employees of MCC. All members shall pay dues on a semester or annual basis. Membership is open to all students and MCC employees regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, or handicap. Dues and meeting dates will be established at the first meeting of each fall term.
The goals and objectives of the club are as follows:
  1. To promote extracurricular educational opportunities and activities for society members;
  2. To provide an organization for post-classroom fellowship during both formal and informal Gunsmith-related activities;
  3. To provide an organization which can offer and provide its available resources for community service in the area of Gunsmithing;
  4. To raise funds so the above goals and objectives can be met through various fund raising events and Gunsmithing related community service projects.
Human Services Club
The organization shall be known as the MCC Human Services Club. Active membership in this organization is voluntary and shall be open to registered, active students enrolled in the Human Services curriculum. Membership in the Club shall be open to every race, creed, color, and national origin. Each member must be in good academic standing (have a minimum of at least a 2.00 GPA).
The goals and objectives of the Human Services Club are as follows:
  1. To promote the general welfare of the Human Services students;
  2. To provide additional career supportive opportunities;
  3. To better school and community relations;
  4. To stimulate student participation.
Medical Assisting Club
The organization shall be known as the MCC Medical Assisting Club. Membership is voluntary and shall be open to all full and/or part-time students and employees of MCC after application and payment of club dues. Membership is open to all students and MCC employees regardless of race, creed, color, national origin or sex. Dues for the club will be determined by the first meeting of each fall term. Club officers as well as tentative meeting dates and times will be established at the first club meeting.
The goals and objectives of the Club are as follows:
  1. To promote the profession of Medical Assisting in Montgomery County and surrounding areas;
  2. To provide an organization for post-classroom fellowship among members during formal and informal medical assisting related activities;
  3. To participate in service activities focused on the improvement of the health and well-being of the community;
  4. To raise funds for the Medical Assisting Program/Club so that goals can be met;
  5. To uphold the honor and high principles of the profession.
Minority Male Mentoring Club

The organization shall be known as the MCC Minority Male Mentoring Club. Membership is voluntary and shall be opened to all full and/or part-time students of MCC, as well as faculty, staff and alumni. Membership is open to all students regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, or handicap. Club officers, dues as well as tentative meeting dates will be determined at the beginning of each semester. Each member must be in good academic standing (maintaining a minimum of at least a 2.00 GPA).

The goals and objectives of the Minority Male Mentoring Club are:

  1. To promote the general welfare of the Minority Male students.
  2. To provide an organization for post-classroom fellowship among members during formal and informal mentoring related activities.
  3. To provide additional career supportive opportunities.
  4. Promote positive personal and social development.
  5. To participate in service activities focused on the understanding diversity.
  6. To raise funds so the above goals can be met. This will be accomplished through various fund raising events.
Network Security Club
The organization shall be known as the MCC Network Security Club. Active membership in this organization is voluntary and shall be open to all students registered and active in any MCC curriculum. Membership in the club shall be open to all MCC students and alumni despite race, color, creed, handicap, sex, sexual orientation, religion or national origin.

The goals and objectives of the club are:

  1. To promote extracurricular educational opportunities and activities for club members.
  2. To provide an organization for post-classroom fellowship among the members during formal and informal hardware and software related activities.
  3. To provide additional career supportive opportunities.
  4. To raise funds for the above goals and objectives to be met. This will be accomplished through various fund-raising events.
  5. To provide an organization that can offer and provide its available resources for community service in the area of computers and networks.
Pottery Club
The organization shall be known as the MCC Pottery Club. Membership is open to all full and part-time students of MCC, as well as faculty and staff. Dues for the club will be established by the members at the first meeting of each fall semester.
The goals and objectives of the club are as follows:
  1. To promote extracurricular educational opportunities and activities for club members;
  2. To provide an organization for post-classroom fellowship among members during both formal and informal pottery related activities;
  3. To provide an organization which can offer and provide its available resources for community service in the area of pottery;
  4. To raise funds so the above goals and objectives can be met. This will be accomplished through various fund raising events and through the conducting of Pottery related community service projects
Practical Nursing Club
The organization shall be known as the MCC Practical Nursing Club. Membership is open to full and part-time students and employees of MCC. Dues for the club will be determined by the members at the first meeting of each fall semester. Officers will be elected at the first meeting each academic year. Meeting dates for the year will be established at the first meeting of the officers.
The goals and objectives of the club are as follows:
  1. To promote extracurricular educational opportunities and activities for club members;
  2. To provide an organization for post-classroom fellowship among members during both formal and informal practical nursing related activities;
  3. To provide an organization which can offer and provide its available resources for community service in the area of practical nursing;
  4. To raise funds so the above goals and objectives can be met. This will be accomplished through various fund-raising events and through the conducting of practical nursing related community service projects
Student Ambassadors
Student Ambassadors are an honorary group of students who participate in public relations activities for the College. They provide a service to the College by serving as liaisons between the College, the students and the community. Student ambassadors provide direct leadership with student activities for the College's Student Government Association.

Organizing and Securing Approval for New Campus Clubs/Organizations

  1. The proposed club or organization submits a petition to the SGA Board for recognition and recommendation to the SGA as a campus organization. The petition must include:

    a. A copy of the club's proposed constitution or by-laws
    b. The names of the club's organizers
    c. The name(s) of the club's advisor(s). The advisor must be a full-time MCC employee.
  2. The SGA Executive Board reviews the petition and makes its recommendation for/against approval to the Vice President of Student Services.
  3. The Vice President of Student Services shall review the petition and recommendations of the SGA Executive Board and make a final decision for/against approval with the President of the College.
  4. Clubs and organizations approved to operate on the campus are required to:
    1. Adhere to the College's non-discriminating policy. Membership must be on a non-discriminatory basis. An open membership statement shall reflect that persons will be considered for membership regardless of race, creed, national origin, sex, or handicap.
    2. Submit annually the names of its officers and advisor(s) to the Vice Presdent of Student Services.
    3. Request approval of the Vice President of Student Services to conduct all special events, social functions, fund-raising drives, or other activities.
    4. Maintain written minutes of all meetings and file one copy with the Student Services Office.

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