Interested in joining a club? Check out the MHCC Clubs listed below and email the club that you are interested in joining! All Club leaders meet every Monday from noon-1 p.m. beginning Fall Term in the MHCC Board Room (located near the Library). Stop by the Student Union (1051) to pick up a club information sheet and get connected with the club of your choice! You may also call 503-491-7277 or email the ASG Director of Student Organizations & Clubs at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE):
The ASSE will promote the advancement of the safety education and foster the professional well-being and development of its members within the campus and community.
Black Student Union (BSU):
To connect with other students of African-American, African, Caribbean descent, or any other student of color. This club will also raise awareness of services/resources on campus and try to increase attendance of students of color to MHCC.
The purpose of the Ceramics Club is to promote and organize ceramic workshop activities, promote field trips to further enrich our understanding of pottery. A ceramic sale will be held yearly as a fundraiser for the club.
English Conversation Club (ECC):
The purpose of the ECC is to help non-native English speaking students practice their listening and speaking skills in order to gain confidence to attend College classes. The club will include games, educational activities/contests, and social events.
Forestry & Natural Resources Club:
To provide a further means of academic progress and physical applications in the forestry field.
Created to share and enjoy video game enthusiasm with other members of the college and to increase awareness regarding this form of entertainment.
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA):
GSA is a social, political, and support group which provides a wide variety of events & entertainment for students and staff of all sexual orientations.
Hotel, Tourism, & Restaurant Club (HTR):
To develop the ability of students to plan together, organize and carry out worthy activities and projects through the use of the democratic process.
The purpose of the club is to better prepare students for working in the field of Cosmetology. The club assists members in attending shows, events, and conferences outside of school, which shows them what to expect upon graduation.
Formerly known as the Latino Club, the MEChA Club is committed to advancing the education of all Chicano/Latino students in the state of Oregon and to represent MHCC on a local, regional, and national level through club activities. We will promote awareness and pride in the rich culture and language of the Latino people.
Mental Health and Human Services:
To integrate first and second year Mental Health/Human Services students through mentoring and advocacy.
To biblically represent Jesus Christ on the MHCC campus through the evangelizing of non-Christian students and through the edifying of Christian students.
Nihongo No Kurabu (Japanese Club):
The purpose of the Japanese Club is to further Japanese studies through study groups, field trips, Japanese movies and cultural events, and to celebrate Japanese culture.
Rho Theta is the Mt. Hood Community College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two-year colleges. Membership is by invitation. To join Rho Theta, a student must have accumulated a total of 12 credits at Mt. Hood toward an associate’s degree and must have a 3.5 cumulative GPA or higher.Phi Theta Kappa recognizes and encourages academic achievement, and chapters participate in a variety of activities around scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship.
R.I.C.E. (Remarkable Islanders Creating Excitement):
The purpose of this club is to unite Pacific Islander students of Mt. Hood Community College, to recognize and encourage students from different nationalities to share their heritage and learn about different cultures.
The purpose of the Taiji Club is to foster a wholesome understanding of the Taiji form and principals through lectures and demonstrations.
Mad Scientists Club:
To further the goals of scientific learning beyond the classroom and investigate their future scientific career.
Student Nurses Association (SNA):
To aid in the preparation of nursing students for the assumption of professional responsibilities.
Student Surgical Technologist Associated Team (SSTAT):
To provide opportunities for social interaction among faculty, students, and others interested in the Surgical Technology program.
Vector Math Club:
The objective is to promote knowledge of mathematical skills in everyday life.
Wildside is an organization for students to endeavor in outdoor activities while receiving wilderness education by fellow students.