MCC-Longview Clubs & Orgs

So, you want to get involved ...

The office of Campus Life and Leadership makes getting involved easy. You can get involved in various activities, organizations and opportunities! Making these connections can enhance and complement your educational experience and success.

Below you will find information about the active clubs and organizations at MCC-Longview, including club or organization name, description and advisor information.

If you are interested in joining, please reach out to the specific advisor or campus life and leadership staff.

If you don't see something you like, you can start your club. Please stop by the campus life and leadership office (Campus Center 130) or email to learn more about starting a club.

Active clubs and organizations

Inactive clubs

The following clubs/organizations have been a part of MCC-Longview in the past. Currently, they are not active - but can be revitalized.

If you are interested please contact the campus life and leadership office at 816.604.2130, email or stopping by Campus Center 130.

Allied Health Club - brings together students interested in allied health related careers (nursing, dental hygiene, pre-med, respiratory therapist, pharmacist, etc.), with the purpose of making connections with students in these programs, colleges and other persons or places related to allied health professions.

Campus Activities Board - provides the MCC-Longview campus with entertaining and educational activities in conjunction with the campus life and leadership office.

Green Living and Action Club- act as a conduit for students to explore green living practices (gardening, composting, plastic reduction techniques, etc.), and take action with local environmental issues (stream cleanups, water treatment facility trips, etc.).

Multicultural Club- is designed to build global awareness through the exploration of different customs, holidays, food, art and celebrations from around the world.

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)-  provide peer support, share common experiences and connect with one another for people living with mental illness.

Student Veteran Association - provides military veterans, active duty service members, reservists and military dependents with the resources, support and advocacy needed to accomplish their goals and succeed in higher education.

Sunrise - discusses, promotes solutions and educates the public on the effect of climate change in Lee's Summit and the greater Kansas City area.