Recommended Clubs and Activities


Every other Thursday in Lowell, Lower Cafe, 2:30-3:30 pm

The mission of the MCC STEM Club is to:

  • encourage and support students entering Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields
  • develop a community based on furthering the understanding of science and math ideas
  • have fun and meaningful experiences with STEM related activities
  • meet new people and form new friendships based on a common interest in STEM


Student Chapter of the New England Parenteral Drug Association (NEPDA)

2nd Friday of each month, 5:30-7:00 pm
4th floor foyer (adjacent to LP405)

Pollard Bldg., Middle St., Lowell


Biotechnology and Science students:  Network – Get Involved – Take an Active Part in Your Future


Science and Health Journal Club

Every other Friday, 3:30-5:00 pm

4th floor foyer (adjacent to LP405)

Pollard Bldg., Middle St., Lowell

Come join students and faculty who wish to discuss health and science related articles, books, research papers and current events.


The following meetings are held in the Multicultural Center

Lowell Campus, City Building.


Multicultural Achievement Peer Program (MAPP)

Monday 1:30 – 2:30 pm

Do you want to get connected with diverse students and enhance your overall college experience?  Come join the MAPP program and get connected with a  peer mentor who will provide support and advice as you transition to college life.


Veterans Club

Tuesdays 12-1 Lowell Campus, room LC117

Thursdays 12-1 Bedford Campus, Veterans Resource Center

Come meet other MCC Veterans for conversation, camaraderie and to gather pertinent information pertaining to Veterans Affairs and benefits.


Latinos Unidos

Tuesday 1:30 – 2:30 pm

Get involved and connect with other students! Come share, promote and honor Latino culture and heritage through events activities, presentations and trips. 


International Club

Wednesday 1:30 – 2:30 pm

Experience Diversity!  Be Global!  Meet fellow students, share your culture and learn about other cultures.  The club promotes mutual understanding and respect for different ways of life and perspectives. 


African Cultural Club

Thursday 1:30 – 2:30 pm

Join African students and others interested in the African continent and its cultures.  The Club promotes cultural appreciation and provides information about African people, cultures and history.


Woman’s Leadership Network

Friday 1-2 pm

Join the Women’s Leadership Network to develop your leadership skills and meet other inspiring women through a series of professional, educational and social events!


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Last Modified: 7/11/13