Clubs at Moreno Valley College

The great thing about being a student at MVC is that if you want to be active, you've tried to get involved, and you just can't find the place that is right for you, YOU can create your own club on campus. Chances are if you have an interest, others will too! So go for it and create a new club on campus. Here's how:

  • A full-time faculty member must agree to sponsor a specific club/organization, and agree to be present at club/organization functions, meetings and events.
  • Obtain an "Application for Recognition", "Agreement to sponsor Form", and a membership roster listing no less than seven prospective club members (forms available in Student Activities Center or online) and submit to the coordinator of Student Activities on the Moreno Valley College.
  • Each Club member must pay the appropriate student services fee.

When the Coordinator of Student Activities has received and approved the appropriate forms, the information will be submitted to the Dean of Student Services and the Moreno Valley College Student Senate for final approval. All forms are available in the Student Activities Center or online.

 

List of Clubs

Active Minds
Active Minds provides students with information about mental health to increase the awareness of the students, faculty, and staff at Moreno Valley College about issues surrounding mental health, symptoms related to mental health disorders, mental health resources available both on campus and in the surrounding community.

African-American Student Alliance
The purpose of this organization shall be to encourage pride, foster knowledge and awareness about African American people, their history and their heritage while having fun getting to know each other

Alpha Gamma Sigma
The objective of this organization is to foster, promote, maintain and recognize scholarship, and develop character and leadership abilities among students at RCC.

Art Club
Art Club promotes the arts and cultural awareness on and off campus, and improves the aesthetic lives of Moreno Valley College students.

Bowling Club
The Bowling Club provides an avenue for bowlers at Moreno Valley College to discuss, practice, and network for the success of individual bowlers and the college.

Chess Club
The Purpose of the Chess Club is to compete, educate, and develop critical thinking skills through the game of chess as well as host tournaments, fundraisers, and other activities open to MVC students.

Club Futuro
The purpose of Club Futuro is to inform and education the members of all the services provided to them through the campus and the surrounding community and to motivate the members to achieve their academic goals.

Community Interpretation Club
The Community Interpretation Club supports and helps students who would like to become interpreters, as well as contribute to the community.

Dance Club
The purpose of the Dance Club is to spread and promote the social and athletic benefits of dancing by providing opportunities to learn, practice, and enjoy dance.

Dental Hygiene Organization
The Dental Hygiene Club promotes dental health at Moreno Valley College, its community, and its surrounding areas.

Diverse Cultures Association Club (Dca)
The DCA educates and spreads awareness of difference cultures and their struggles to encourage better understating of each other.

Emergency Medical Services Programs (Ems)
The purpose of this organization is to provide an opportunity for individuals who wish to enter the Emergency Medical Service field, or current EMT’s & Paramedic students who would like to contribute to public education to EMS.

Environmental Conservation Oath Club (E.C.O. Club)
The purpose of ECO Club shall be to spread and put into practice information regarding practical ways of ensuring the environmental security of our world and community through environmentally safe practices.

Fire Technology Organization
The purpose of the Fire Technology Club is to organize annual alumni activities, fund scholarships, and fundraise for Fire Technology Equipment.

F.R.I.E.N.D.S. Club
The purpose of the FRIENDS Club is to provide avenues of support and networking skills to foster care emancipated students and youth of Moreno Valley while serving the community through college sponsored events.

Guitar Ensemble Club
The purpose of this club shall be to practice and perform classical music as a guitar ensemble and raise awareness of classical guitar music.

Human Services Club
Human Services is a student organization dedicated to the provision of community service to our society.

Karate Club
The Karate Club helps in building character, self-respect, and self through self-discipline. The club also provides the opportunity to compete in karate tournaments at local, national and international levels.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Straight Alliance Club (LGBTSA)
LGBTSA is a club that seeks to promote campus awareness, tolerance and solidarity to foster a safe and judgment-free learning environment through cultural diversity and activities for all students, faculty and staff regardless of sexual orientation or gender identification.

Magic Club
The purpose of the Magic Club is to network, socialize, and to hold public events to educate and change society as a whole, one person at a time

Mecha
MEChA Club promotes and emphasizes the educational advancement, political progress, and cultural community awareness for the Chicano/Latino community.

Middle College High School Program
The purpose of MCHS is to give its students a sense of belonging and help make the most of the MCHS program.

Mixed Martial Arts Club
The purpose of the Mixed Martial Arts Club is to promote self-awareness through self-defense.

Moreno Valley College Choral Society
The Moreno Valley College Choirs perform a variety of gospel music on campus and within the community. It is a multicultural group and all are welcome to join our “Family of Faith!”

Moreno Valley Poker Society
Designed to encourage social networking amongst faculty, staff, and students while focusing on probability, statistics, and psychology not only in the game of poker but in life in general. Participation is not limited to players but anyone interested in learning.

Music Club
The Music Club sponsors on-campus concert series through planning music events throughout the fall and spring semesters; participates in an outreach program with the Early Childhood Center though singing activities and keyboard lesson, called Keys for Kids.

Muslim Student Association (Msa)
The MSA is to educate the student population about Islam and to engage in interfaith discussions with other religious clubs and organizations; to create a moral support system to help students see through college than to lose track from educational goals in creating an atmosphere to ease mental pressure and motivate to prosper as students.

Philosophy and Ethics Club
The purpose of this club is to provide a forum for discussing life’s big questions in the context of philosophy and ethics. Established to maintain an open environment for everyone to explore their own as well as other points of view.

Physicians Assistants Society/Organization
Serving as the official organization for the students of the Riverside Community College District Physicians Assistants Program to promote academic achievement, clinical excellence, and to promote the Physician Assistant and the profession.

Psychology Club
The purpose of this club is to educate the college community in psychology-related topics.

Puente Club
The purpose of the Puente Club is to provide support for students who are primarily involved in the Puente program and other interested students. The club objective is to encourage and motivate students to transfer to 4-year colleges and to be proactive leaders in the community.

Renaissance Scholars Program/Club
The purpose of this organization shall be to assist the community in any way possible, while training participants for careers and future goals they have chosen.

Soccer Club
The purpose of this club is to play the game of soccer for recreation and fitness, help members be part of a team and learn the value of team work and allowing students to build relationships and network through a common interest.

Spanish Club
The purpose of this club is to promote student awareness and appreciation of the values and traditions of Moreno Valley College, the Riverside Community College District as well as the Hispanic Culture and traditions. The Spanish club members are fully committed to serve and help the Associated Students of Moreno Valley College.

Spoken Word Club
Designed to expose the student body to the art of poetry and self-expression. The group sponsors activities where participants can share their creativity  

Sports Club
The Sports Club gathers all students to perform, participate, and compete in international sports and other physical activities.

Students for Animal Welfare Club (Saw)
Student for Animal Warfare (SAW) spreads and implements information regarding practical ways of ensuring humane treatment of animals in our society.

Students for Christ Club
This club promotes sharing the message of Christ with fellow students, and provides a place where Christians may gather in His name.

S.T.E.M. / Green Health Club
The purpose of the STEM Club is to provide a networking body of students offering peer support within the academics of STEM (Science, Technology, and Math) study and to embark on a career exploration and any relative educational opportunities while organizing efforts for enrichment within the aforementioned field

Students for Organ Donation (Sod)
Student for Organ Donation (SOD) promotes post-mortem organ and tissue donation on campus and in the surrounding community by educating individuals about the issue encouraging individuals to register as organ donors, and give them the means with which to register.

Teachers Club
The Teachers Club raises awareness within our community of the ways that using developmental knowledge promotes learning for all age groups.

Veterans Club
The Veterans Club provides a social group to help veterans adjust in their transition to civilian life and become successful college students. It also promotes integration between veterans and civilians, creating fellowship, camaraderie and college spirit.

* Must be enrolled in program courses to participate.
Have questions about the club? Please see the Contact Us section