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Student Senate includes the elected officers and representatives of the Associated Students of Miles Community College. Their responsibilities include approving all other student organizations on campus, selecting student representatives to serve on College standing committees, administering the budget and allocation of funds derived from student activity fees, and sponsoring a large variety of programs and activities.
The YF&R Program of the Montana Farm Bureau provides an excellent opportunity for young farmers and ranchers to actively participate in Farm Bureau programs and become leaders in the Farm Bureau organization. YF&R members will experience personal growth and achievement as Farm Bureau members, farmers or ranchers, citizens, and community leaders. The Young Farmer & Rancher Club is open to any MCC students.
Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society for two-year colleges. Membership requirements to join the Beta Theta Gamma Chapter at Miles Community College are based on the number of college-level classes taken, current credit load, and grade-point average. Members meet monthly to organize and plan community service activities, activities for students, and fund raisers to support members attending the Phi Theta Kappa international convention.
The Miles Community College Pioneers are members of the National Junior College Athletic Association, Region 13. The Pioneers compete in the Mon-Dak Conference, which includes junior colleges in North Dakota and Montana. The rodeo team is a member of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association and competes in the Big Sky Rodeo Region.Athletics Website
Campus Ministry encourages and coordinates fellowship, healing, and growth in the spiritual lives of Miles Community College students, faculty, and staff through Miles City community-based leadership.Campus Ministry
SNA is a pre-nursing and nursing group that helps support each other through nursing school. Networking and support is the key to becoming a successful nurse and that is exactly what this group offers. A great way to meet other students with the same interests and goals. Being involved in SNA is a great way to make a difference in the community, relieve stress, and show your passion for nursing.
The Rodeo Club promotes horsemanship for recreation and entertainment and promotes western heritage through activities sponsored for the campus and community. The club also supports a competing team in the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.
Volunteer student ambassadors are selected and trained in College policies and procedures, student development theory, and interpersonal skills. These volunteer student ambassadors attend regular meetings, conduct campus tours, and assist in a variety of campus and community activities. Members serve as representatives of Miles Community College by promoting a positive image to prospective students, the community, and the student body.
The purpose of this organization is to create activities that will engage students throughout the academic year. These events will be social and educational programs that will promote student involvement.
Through the Student Activities Board, we will assess student interest in events, program towards these interests, and evaluate the activities to ensure we are meeting the goals of our MCC Community.
This new organization will help organize community outreach opportunities and promote civic responsibility.
We are looking for students who want to be involved in organizing volunteer activities that will help promote engagement in the community and state and add these important experiences to your resume.
We are looking for both first year and returning students. Two reps will be involved with the Miles City Kiwanis.
The Multicultural and Diversity Club celebrates the different forms of diversity at MCC. Whether you are an international student, identify as an underrepresented population, or simply are a student who celebrates diversity, this club is for you. The group will organize an annual diversity social, promote activities that celebrate different cultures, beliefs, and lifestyles, and be a place for students to gather and socialize. The club will also have breakout meetings for groups that want to create special gatherings (example: Black Student Association, International Student Association. LGBTQ Association, etc.)
This club is for hobbyists, card players, RPGers, and for those who simply like to play board games. The main focus of the club is to bring students together in a welcoming environment. Anyone is able to bring in a board game and we will try our very best to play at some meeting. We plan to attend tournaments (excluding poker and gambling games) in a competition formats.