Want your MCC experience to be exceptional? Join the club.

Not just any club. Sharing what you love and believe in – whether it’s faith, social reform or even comic books – is a great way to enhance your studies and make long-lasting friendships. So, choose a club or two that speaks to you. Monroe Community College offers nearly 50 different professional, academic, social, religious and special interest clubs and organizations to pick from.

Attending MCC’s Student Life Fair, held during the early weeks of the fall and spring semester, is a convenient way to get a sense of the many opportunities that exist. The Student Life Fair is an informal event that allows you to stop by, talk with leadership, and find out more about club activities, 

Brighton Campus

Building 3, Room 126


Monday – Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.






Here are just a few of MCC’s clubs. Which ones will you join?

  • American Sign Language (ASL) Club
  • ANIME Club
  • Black Student Union 
  • Cabbages & Kings literary magazine
  • Celtic Society
  • Chemistry Club
  • Honorable Women
  • Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights Project
  • Muslim Club
  • Pool & Billiards Club
  • Pride Alliance
  • Student Music Association
  • Veterans Club
  • WMCC Radio

Joining a club is easy and makes life at MCC more rewarding, stimulating and most importantly, fun. You can even start your own club. Find other students who share your interests, and then speak with the Office of Student Life and Leadership Development.


If you’re interested in developing leadership skills, the MCC LEAD Program provides hands-on learning opportunities to give you a competitive edge in your education and prepare your for a career in a global world. You can earn a Leadership Certificate and Life Skills transcript to validate the skills you’ve developed such as communication techniques, creative problem solving and networking. Our program can even help you earn scholarships.