Check out this list of great organizations you can participate in while you're attending Minnesota State Community and Technical College. Get the most out of college by getting involved in campus activities and student life. Developing and sharpening your leadership skills is a vital part of your college career, and taking an active role on campus is an excellent way to realize your leadership potential.
If it's not on the list, your favorite organization or club can be just a few steps away. You can establish a student organization at M State by completing the campus-specific process. See the director of student life on your campus for more information!
Special interest group surrounding Japanese cartoon club.
The Auto Tech Club is composed of students who have an interest in the automotive industry. The purpose of the club is to build camaraderie among automotive students and work together to organize fundraising events. With the funds raised, an annual trip is taken to a location of the students' choice. The club strives to improve the program by allocating funds for equipment and scholarships.
The mission of the Cosmetology Club is to encourage, develop and promote professionalism and leadership. The M State club is comprised of students interested in cosmetology, manicuring or esthetics. The club participates in events that encourage continuing education including hair conventions, training seminars and local and national competitions. The students develop and practice skills while providing benefits to the community. Students learn leadership skills and occupational experience by developing and participating in activities within the college and the community. Group activities better each student personally and professionally by improving social and occupational skills and providing motivation for students to continue service learning throughout their careers and lives.
The Dance Club allows students an opportunity to learn about group dance techniques and the process involved in putting on performances. These performances typically coincide with home sporting events. No special skills are required.
The Dental Assisting Association is composed of students interested in Dental Assisting. This organization promotes the advancement of the careers of dental assistants and the dental assisting profession in matters of education and professional activities which enhance the delivery of quality dental health care to the public.
Equius provides students with opportunities to explore recreational and vocational interests in the equine field. While catering primarily to students participating in the Equine Science program, Equius is open to all interested students.
The purpose of F2CO is to promote an interest in chemistry both in the student population at M State's Fergus Falls campus and in the general public, and to promote a better understanding of the impact that chemistry has in our lives on a daily basis and in improving the environment.
Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls, Moorhead
Each semester the college offers sports and activities including baseball, football, basketball, bowling, softball, table tennis, darts, racquetball, volleyball and tennis, plus others as interest dictates.
Fergus Falls, Detroit Lakes and Moorhead
Phi Theta Kappa is the national honor society for two- year colleges. The Fergus Falls chapter, Omicron (Tulice), was chartered in 1966.The Detroit Lakes chapter, Beta Pi Psi, was chartered in 2008.
The M State Philosophy Club is designed to instigate intellectual curiosity through philosophically-oriented conversation and thought. The club fosters an informal atmosphere where students may discuss a wide variety of issues, figures, and movements. The club is student-driven and open to all students.
SkillsUSA is the official organization of vocational education. It is open to all students enrolled in education throughout the world and is intended to develop an appreciation for the world of work. Competition in SkillsUSA is on both state and national levels.
The Student Government Association is the students' voice with the administration, faculty and the Minnesota State College and Universities system, promoting the needs and concerns of the students and the college.
Last modified: January 26th, 2016 at 09:52am