Clubs and Organizations



Be a part of something!

You've heard the advice before -- get involved, join a club. At MCC, there's an especially important reason to do so. We're a large commuter college. Involvement is a good way to develop relationships with other students and to create a sense of community for yourself and others.

Participation in student groups provides opportunities for you to get to know a group of classmates and a faculty member, to pursue a particular interest, to learn more about your major, to celebrate your culture and/or religion, or just to have fun.

Involvement affords you opportunities to attend—and even plan—social and educational programs for your group and the entire student body. Some groups also offer you the chance to provide a service for the whole campus.

We hope that one of the student groups described below will interest you. If not, the Center for Leadership & Engagement will be happy to help you start your own club. Stop by LC407 in Lowell or CC201 in Bedford if you have questions or need help.

Students who are involved in clubs and organizations say that it makes a great deal of difference in their attitude toward MCC. So give yourself the chance to make MCC a more complete experience. Join a club! Give yourself a full college experience!

Beacon: Student Organization Manual 

This publication gives you all the information you need to know about clubs and organizations.  It outlines the expectations we have for you as a recognized organization, as well as directs you towards the resources you need to flourish. All the basics you need to know about registration, travel, programming, promoting, fundraising, and finance can found in this manual, as well as handy resources for your organization.

Club & Organization Trip Tips - A resource for organizations while traveling as part of a school sponsored event

Active Student Organizations:


For an up-to-date listing of active student organizations to join at Middlesex Community College, please visit The Compass for more information. The Compass is the place to sign up for and manage organizations, and find out about upcoming campus activities. 

Don't see a club you like?  You can create a new student organization at MCC with 5 active students!  Come to the Center for Leadership & Engagement to speak with someone about your idea!

Student Organizations are categorized as follows:

Academic Student Organizations:

Civic and Service Minded Student Organizations:

Multicultural Student Organizations:

Personal Enrichment:

Last Modified: 12/11/17