Clubs & Organizations
Get Involved at EICC
There is so much to do outside of class. Join EICC student clubs and organizations. Sharpen your teamwork and leadership skills. Organize and host an event. Give a speech and support your classmates. Meet local employers and work on cool projects. Or just meet for some conversation and laughs.
This is how you build memories and lifelong friendships. This is how you learn more about the world, yourself, and what comes next.
And, it looks great on a resume.
Clubs and organizations available on each of our campuses
- Fine Arts Club: Do you have an artistic soul? Join our club. We promote the talents of our college community, and put those on display in different venues, including open house events and art shows.
- Gaming Guild: Enjoy some friendly competition. We host open gaming nights twice a month and special events throughout the semester. If you are interested in tabletop gaming, or roleplaying games such as Dungeons and Dragons, the Gaming Club is perfect for you. Membership is open to all students. Feel free to bring non-student friends to our events.
- LGBTQ+ Club: We work to create a safe, welcoming, and accepting environment for all students, inclusive of all sexual orientations and gender identities. If you’re interested, please join. If you have questions, or want to join but can’t make a meeting, contact club advisors Jennifer Austin at firstname.lastname@example.org or Courtney Pritchard at email@example.com.
- Nursing Club: If you're a pre-nursing freshman or sophomore, here's a chance to get to know your peers and future profession. We organize meetings, attend conferences, workshops, and take field trips related to nursing and health care. Membership is open to all pre-nursing and nursing students.
- Phi Theta Kappa (PTK): PTK is the International Honor Society for two-year colleges. Complete at least 12 credit hours and achieve a 3.5 GPA or higher, and you'll be invited to join. Members can apply for a PTK transfer scholarship and enjoy some intellectual and personal development through programs focused on scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship. Follow PTK on Facebook
- RISE: Retention Initiative with Support & Encouragement, or RISE, provides encouragement and supports for students to achieve their personal, professional, and academic goals at Clinton Community College and beyond.
- Student Ambassadors: Be a leader on campus and in our community. Be a Student Ambassador. Start as early as your first semester. You get to guide campus tours, assist with college marketing activities, and develop your leadership and public speaking skills.
- Student Senate: Make a difference as a member of Student Senate. Help plan, coordinate, and direct a variety of events and activities throughout the year. Our active organization provides students with positive and fun experiences on- and off- campus. Senators attend workshops and conferences throughout the state promoting our college and get valuable networking opportunities. Watch for your monthly calendar, which highlights all the upcoming activities and events on campus.
- Super Awesomeness Club: Everyone is awesome and has something to share with the club. We are a band of misfits who welcome any skill a person has. You bring it; we will find a way to make it better. Everyone is welcome! We currently have 92 students in our club. We want everyone in our awesome club. All backgrounds, we want you! If we were all the same the world would be boring. Stop saying why you can’t! Lets do what we can.
- AG Tech Club: The Ag Tech Club constitution and bylaws require members to be enrolled full-time in the Farm Management program at MCC. Our organization helps students develop leadership skills and promotes a better understanding of agricultural production, economics, current events, and related lines of agricultural work. Members get to participate in state and national Postsecondary Agricultural Students Organization activities and career building skill assessments. Advisor Julia Dieckman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- AKOP (All Kinds of People): We acknowledge and welcome people from every background, lifestyle, culture, gender, mental and physical abilities, sexual orientation, and spiritual and/or religious beliefs. We embrace people’s differences, learn from each other, and recognize and promote diversity and equality within the community. Advisors: Renae Britt (email@example.com), Marissa Green-Francescon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Alpha Mu Sigma: Our chapter of the Agricultural Marketing Society focuses on community needs and local projects, especially those pertaining to agriculture. At MCC, we prepare students for careers in agriculture and the civic responsibilities that go with them. Fundraising, guest speaker presentations, networking within the industry, and weekly meetings are many of the activities in which each Alpha Mu Sigma member participates. Advisors: Jonah Ewers (email@example.com)
- Business Professionals of American (BPA): Business Professionals of America (BPA) is the leading Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for students pursuing careers in finance, management, marketing, information systems, and other business related fields. We are laser-focused on your professional development, providing the tools, skills, and experiences needed to compete, succeed, and thrive in the business world. BPA has more than 45,000 members in over 1,800 chapters in 25 states and Puerto Rico, as well as an international presence in China, Haiti, and Peru. Advisors: Angela Henning (firstname.lastname@example.org), Corey Frad (email@example.com)
- CRU: Cru strengthens and unites students on their spiritual journey with Christ. Within the nationwide theme, “Let’s Journey Together,” we bring students together to grow in their faith through Bible study, fellowship, and activities. We abide by the Cru statement of faith, which can be found on the CRU website. Advisors: Jill Holler (firstname.lastname@example.org), Julia Dieckman (email@example.com)
- LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens): LULAC is the nation's largest and oldest civil rights organization. Join us in empowering Hispanic Americans and building strong Latino communities through programs, services, and advocacy. We volunteer with youth, further access to education, celebrate Latin culture, embrace diversity, and strive for social justice. Members have the opportunity to develop personally, professionally, and make a difference in their community. Advisors: Jess Garcia (firstname.lastname@example.org), Claudia Artola (email@example.com)
- MCC Silver & Blue: The MCC Silver & Blue Volunteer Program provides service to people facing challenges in our community. Be a student volunteer, complete 80 hours of public service over the course of an academic year, and earn the Silver/Blue Cord Award. Our program is an extension of the United Way of Muscatine’s Volunteer Solutions Program. Advisor: John Dabeet (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- MCC Young Democrats Organization: Our mission is to elect Democrats, advocate for progressive issues, train the next generation of progressive leaders, and be the voice of Democrats on campus. Advisor: John Dabeet (email@example.com)
- MORGA: MCC Gaming Club is a recreational group focused on pop culture pastimes. We gather to watch movies, anime, and play video and tabletop games. No agenda. No fundraising. Spend a couple of hours each week relaxing and doing nothing. Advisor: Zack Sperstad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Music: MCC Concert Choir: Choir is a mixed chorus, open to all students. No previous experience is required, no audition necessary. Advisor: Pat Burr (email@example.com)
- Music: MCC Jazz Choir: This vocal jazz group performs frequently during the year. Membership is limited to 16 students, and an audition is required. Advisor: Pat Burr (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Music: Instrumental ensembles such as Orchestra, Brass Choir, and Jazz Band may also be offered. Advisor: Pat Burr (email@example.com)
- Phi Theta Kappa (PTK): Phi Theta Kappa is the International Honor Society for two-year colleges. Complete at least 12 credit hours and achieve a 3.5 GPA or higher, and you'll be invited to join. Members can apply for a PTK transfer scholarship and enjoy some intellectual and personal development through programs focused on scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship. Advisor: Marie Ripslinger-Atwater (firstname.lastname@example.org), Deena Dawson (email@example.com)
- SCNAVTA (Student Chapter of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America): Join this student chapter and enjoy professional resources, networking, educational materials, and community involvement. You'll build a foundation of leadership and teamwork skills, which are integral to your future career. Advisor: Liz Cromer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Student Ambassadors: Be a leader on campus and in our community. Be a Student Ambassador. Start as early as your first semester. You get to guide campus tours, assist with college marketing activities, and develop your leadership and public speaking skills. Advisors: Ben Ford (email@example.com)
- Student Leadership Council: The Student Leadership Council (SLC) gives voice to student activities and policies on campus. Students organize campus-wide events, help interconnect clubs and organizations on campus, and attend member meetings. No elections for officer positions are held at this time. Advisor: AC Overla (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Student Veterans Association (SVA): We host activities including a Veteran’s Day ceremony, collections of care packages/cards for deployed military, informational events and activities with Veterans from other local colleges/universities, and fundraising. We encourage mentorship and community within the military/veteran student population at MCC. Advisor: Shari Ruehling (email@example.com)
- Theatre: Participate in the exciting art of theatre. The Bob Roach Little Theatre is a flexible environment for staging a wide variety of theatrical productions. We host a production each semester and auditions are open to all students. Or work backstage in costuming, designing, lighting, makeup, props, publicity, set construction, painting, and box office. Interested? Please join us. No experience is necessary. You will make friends, have fun, and develop valuable skills all at the same time. Advisor: Chad Bishop (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Auto Technology Club: Enrolled in the SCC Automotive Technology program? Join this club. Activities include an annual trip to the Chicago Auto Show and the opportunity to participate in the annual Iowa Skills USA contest. Win it, and you get to compete at the National Skills USA competition.
- Christian Club: We are a network of college-age men and women who are wrestling to become who they are (through school or work or life experience) and connect with God. Members are in various stages of their self-discovery and God-discovery.
- Culinary Arts Club: We raise funds for travel and scholarship events while giving back to the community through cooking and serving at nonprofit events. If you are enrolled in the Culinary Arts program, join us. All members volunteer for two community service food-related events each semester. Some events provide stipends for the club.
- Cyber Security: cyber club is group who explores, creates awareness and gains more knowledge about the cybercrime.
- Diesel Technology Club: Enrolled in the SCC Diesel Technology program? Join us on a trip to the Chicago Auto Show and participate in the Iowa Skills USA contest. The winner of the Iowa Skills gets to compete at the National Skills USA competition.
- Fashion Club: This is a great way to get involved, make friends, and talk about what’s trending in fashion. You enjoy opportunities to travel, create, collaborate, and express your artistic freedom.
- Future Engineers Club: We share an interest in electronics, inventing, robotics, and so much more.
- HVAC Club (Future Air Conditioning Technicians): Join us and further your knowledge of the air conditioning and refrigeration field.
- Interpreter Training Program Club: If you are enrolled in the Interpreter Training Program, become a member. We work to enhance receptive/expressive signing and interpreting skills by participating in educational, civic, recreational, and social activities with members of the deaf community. Enjoy personal and professional growth in a relaxed and social atmosphere.
- ITSA (Information Students of America): A thriving community of students passionate about all things IT.
- Math Club: We share an interest in mathematical sciences. Members learn about transfer options, compete against local colleges, and annually participate in Pi Day.
- Phi Theta Kappa: Phi Theta Kappa is the International Honor Society for two-year colleges. Complete at least 12 credit hours and achieve a 3.5 GPA or higher, and you'll be invited to join. Members can apply for a PTK transfer scholarship and enjoy some intellectual and personal development through programs focused on scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship.
- Radiologic Technology Club: The "Rad-Tech" Club enhances the radiologic technology students' experience by providing educational and social events for members, and exploring current topics.
- Student Government Association: We represent the student body and acts as a student voice on policies and issues. Elections for officers are held each fall. Each student club has a Student Government representative. Interested in running for office? Pick up an election packet from the Information Center or stop by the Campus Activities Office.
- Student Nurse Association: Our Association meets the first and third Mondays of each month during the academic year. Take part in a variety of community and campus activities. And we hold fundraisers to send members to the state and national conventions.
- Student Veteran's Association: We are dedicated to supporting veterans, active and reserve military and their families in transitioning into higher education. We build and maintain community relationships in the military, veteran, and civilian populations. And we advocate and support each other in our academic and personal growth.
- Theatre Club: Any student involved in acting or producing the fall or spring play are automatically members of this club.
- Track and Field Club: Everyone is welcome. Learn the mechanics of running and improve your performance on the track. Track Club is offered in the spring semester.
- Volunteer Club: Engage and volunteer! We provide a supportive environment for new students, helping them gain new skills and socialize. We sponsor educational and fun day trips, fundraise for Toys for Tots, celebrate spring with an Easter Egg Hunt, and more.
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