Monroe County Community College supports student organizations and activities. It is believed that such programs contribute to the overall intellectual, social, and emotional development of students. Participation in campus-sponsored activities can be a source of opportunity for 1) leadership development, 2) cultivation of broader interests, 3) recognition of achievements, 4) encouragement of social skills, and 5) practice in the skills of citizenship.
Opportunities are available for individuals to participate in extracurricular student-sponsored organizations and activities, and to help organize new programs or direct existing ones. Much of the responsibility for the types of student programs and their management rests with the student body. However, all organizations and activities must have the support of a staff adviser. The following list represents some of the extracurricular student-administered activities that are available at Monroe County Community College.
Academic interest groups
Special interest groups
Vocal and Instrumental Music
To find out more about Student Activities at MCCC call Tom Ryder at (734) 384-4201 or via email at email@example.com