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Student Clubs and Organizations

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There are approximately twenty clubs and organizations representing a wide variety of academic and career pursuits, as well as special interests. We encourage you to get involved by joining a student club or organization.

Associated Students Return to Student Life Inactive Clubs

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.
  • Complete and submit the Application for Recognition and Agreement to Sponsor forms, and have a membership roster of seven or more prospective members to the coordinator of Student Activities.
  • Club members must pay their student services fee.

Once received and approved, final approval will come from the Dean of Student Development and Wellness and MVC Student Senate. Find club creation form in the Student Activities Center or online on the ASMVC page.

The ICC is composed of representatives from each of the clubs and organizations within ASMVC. ICC promotes inter-club cooperation. Meetings are open to all students. To join in over Zoom, contact the Student Activities office for the link and password.

Contact the Student Activities office to inquire about a given club's faculty advisors, club leaders, and joining requirements.

Explore Active Clubs

The A2MEND Student Chapter is to promote the enhancement of enrollment, empowerment, leadership, networking, professionalism, and graduation among African American, Latino, and other at-risk male students at Moreno Valley College.
Active Minds provides students with information about mental health to increase the awareness of the students, faculty, and staff at MVC about issues surrounding mental health, symptoms related to mental health disorders, mental health resources available both on campus and in the surrounding community.

Business & Entrepreneurship

The Business & Entrepreneurship Club provides an environment where students can attain leadership skills, gain professional experience, establish industry contacts and obtain employment-related information. Students learn how to form network channels and participate in business activities.

Dental Hygiene Organization

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

Guitar Ensemble

The Guitar Ensemble gathers together to practice and perform classical music as a guitar ensemble and raise awareness of classical guitar music.

Human Services Club

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

Journalism Club

Description coming soon.

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.

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.

Promise Club

Description coming soon.
The Psyhcology club is a social and informative club for students of all majors that promotes the understanding of psychological science through a wide array of activities.

Puente Club

The Puente Club provides support for students who are primarily involved in the Puente program and other interested students. The club encourages and motivates students to transfer to 4-year colleges and to be proactive leaders in the community.
The Sports and Fitness Club gathers all students to perform, participate, and compete in international sports and other physical activities.

Technology Engineering Club

Description coming soon.

Umoja Community

The Umoja Community Club organization promotes Black Awareness and encourages students of African Descent to excel while attending Moreno Valley College.

Request a Club Page

Your faculty advisor can request a club page by contacting MVC's web development team

 

 

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