Clubs & Activities

Clubs & Activities

 

Events & Activities

Welcome Week '22 Event Line-Up

(All events/activities are available at no charge for current MC students)

Doughnut

Doughnut be Late!

Monday, August 22 & Tuesday, August 23
8 am
F. Marie Hall Academic Building (MHAB) Atrium

Start your first day of class with free doughnuts from local favorite, T&T Doughnuts, complemented with a hot cup of coffee - YUM!

Members of the Career Services and Student Resources team will also be on hand to help direct you to your classes if needed.

Bingo

Essential BINGO

Tuesday, August 23
6:30 pm
Scharbauer Student Center (SSC)

Essential BINGO is one of the most popular events of Welcome Week! Join us at the SSC for your chance to win great prizes to help jump start college living.
Prizes: Laptops | Mini-Fridges | Flat Screen Smart TVs | Air Pods | Xbox | Dorm Room Essentials | and MORE!
You don't want to miss this!

Register HERE for access details

AJ Castillo

AJ Castillo Concert

Friday, August 26
7 pm (Doors open at 6pm)
Chaparral Center (Entrance Gates 1 and 2)

The Office of Student Activities, in conjunction with the 50th Anniversary Celebration Committee, will host Tejano superstar, AJ Castillo, and hometown teen sensation, Tejano Music Award winning artist Tristan Ramos, live and in concert as we welcome students back to campus.

This concert is FREE and open to the public.

  • Preferred seating available for current MC students with an MC student ID (students may bring one guest)
  • Free t-shirt for first 100 MC students with an MC student ID 
  • Local Food Truck Favorites (only food and beverages provided by these vendors will be permitted)
  • Midland College reserves the right to confiscate any prohibited items and/or escort the guest from the venue. Please refer to the Al G. Langford Chaparral Center web page for a listing of policies, guidelines, and prohibited items/behavior

Reserve your seat HERE

Chaps Connect: Student Involvement and Resource Fair

Wednesday, August 31
11:30 am - 1 pm
Marie Hall Academic Building (MHAB) Breezeway

Chaps Connect is making her fall ’22 return! Here, students explore opportunities for engagement by meeting and learning about respective club/organization missions in one convenient location.

Student Benefits:

  • Make new friends
  • Meet members of MC recognized clubs/organizations
  • Connect with campus and community resources and services
  • Lunch Provided for current MC students

Tell Us You’re Coming!

Vendor Registration

Chaps Connect is one of only a few opportunities community agencies are invited to campus as introduction to their causes, services and support they provide students, and employment/volunteer opportunities. Vendor registration is required. Registration deadline: Monday, August 22

There is no cost for registration, and includes:

  • 1 Table
  • 2 Chairs (additional chairs available upon request)

Become a Chaps Connect Vendor!

Student Leadership Institute (SLI) Special Feature: Reproductive Rights Round Table Talk

Thursday, September 1
7 pm
Carrasco Room, Scharbauer Student Center (SSC)
(This is a private event, open to current Midland College students only.)

In this round table discussion, students will listen to perspectives from both sides of the Reproductive Rights conversation. We hope this open dialogue inspires students to take interest in social/political issues, consider their personal convictions on the topic, and explore opportunities for activism if they are so lead; while introducing them to civil discourse of opposing opinions.

In Partnership with Midland College Government Department.


Chaps Night @ Bowlero: Every Tuesday @ 7 pm

Unwind with weekly discounted bowling each Tuesday night at 7pm. Come and go at your leisure. 
$2.88 Games (shoes not included); $2.88 Tacos: $2 Arcade Cards ($5 Value)

Coming Up:

  • Student Leadership Institute (SLI) Workshops
  • Hispanic Heritage Month
  • 5K Color Run/Walk
  • World Suicide Prevention Day
  • Halloween

MC Student Leadership Institute

The Office of Student Activities is launching the Midland College Student Leadership Institute this fall with a mission of, “creating a culture of connectedness, collaboration, and community” (Campbellville Univ., 2019), by inspiring and empowering students to take active roles in influencing and shaping educational and co-curricular experiences.

The MC Student Leadership Institute offers a series of workshops addressing key topics in student leadership development. Explore your leadership potential by participating in the upcoming leadership building opportunities.
 
Register NOW

Midland College Clubs and Organizations
Meet. Discover. Build. Become.

participation levels

MC Recognized Clubs/Organizations function according to the following participation levels:
 

Requirements

  • Attend at least one weekly SGA meeting per month
  • Attend Quarterly President’s Council Meetings
  • Meet at least one Student Activity student learning outcome
  • Engage in at least one service project per academic year

Benefits

  • Participation in Chaps Connect
  • Complimentary use of campus meeting and event space (subject to availability)

Campus posting of promotional materials

  • Featured on the MC website as a recognized body  

Requirements

  • Attend at least one weekly SGA meeting per month
  • Attend Quarterly President’s Council Meetings
  • Meet at least two Student Activity student learning outcomes
  • Engage in at least two service projects per academic year
  • Maintain meeting Minutes

Benefits

All benefits of Level 1, plus

  • Use of the Student Activities Workroom and supplies
  • Print/Copy Service
  • Ability to host fundraising efforts
  • Ability to travel 

Requirements

  • Attend Quarterly President’s Council Meetings
  • Meet at least one Student Activity student learning outcomes
  • Engage in at least one service projects per academic year
  • Maintain meeting Minutes

Benefits

  • Participation in Chaps Connect
  • Complimentary use of campus meeting and event space (subject to availability)

Campus posting of promotional materials

  • Featured on the MC website as a recognized body  

Become a Recognized Club/Organization

  1. Identify at least 7 current MC students interested in forming the club/organization
  2. Construct club/organization Constitution/Bylaws  (EXAMPLE)
  3. Select student learning outcome according to participation level; and determine anticipated program toward its fulfillment
  4. Submit Club/Organization Registration application

Fall 2022 Club/Organization Review Period

August 22 - September 30, 2022 for groups seeking renewal, reinstatement, new recognition.
 
Listing of Active MC Recognized Clubs/Organizations
 

 



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