Student Life • Student Clubs and Groups

2016-2017 Registered Student Organizations






Julia Vickery

MC Ambassadors are students actively involved in campus activities. They attend sporting events, lecture events, and performing arts programs; promote campus leadership; and meet new people. Their duties include volunteering for campus events, gaining leadership skills, and having a great time while promoting Midland College.



David Edens

Amtgard is a live action roleplaying game that uses foam weapons and a comprehensive rules set to simulate battles in a fantasy world as well as encouraging arts & sciences such as garb making, armor crafting, writing, & performance.

7:00 p.m.
Senate Meeting Rm,
Student Cntr.

Anime Club

Joey Severino

The Midland College Anime Club, or MCAC for short. Sometimes we call it A-club. We're pretty open about this whole thing, so just call it whatever and share your love of anime.

8:00 p.m.
SF 164

Art Guild

Dagan Sherman



Catholic Student Association of Midland (CSAM)

Perla Garcia

Cindy Madewell

We are the Catholic organization of young adults at Midland College aiming to build strong friendships; fun community life; and personal dynamic faith. We bring Christ to our college life to be fully alive and invite others to do the same.

4:00 p.m.
Club Room

Engineering Club

Jeremy Lusk

The purpose of the Midland College Engineering Club is to provide social opportunities to pre-engineering students while promoting academic support and excellence, and to provide networking opportunities to pre-engineering student with members of the community and universities


Every Nation Campus Ministry

Coach David Coleman

ENCM campus meetings are weekly meeting on a college campus that gives students an hour a week to intentionally be around other believers. Our mission is to live authentic, intentional, spirit-led lives; to share the truth of God's word with all people; and to develop fully devoted followers of Christ.


Geology Club

Antony Giles

The purpose of the Geological Club at Midland College is to provide an informal environment for students and faculty to discuss geologic topics, to promote their interaction, and to expand their opportunities for learning and experience through field trips and guest speakers.

The current Club President is Justin Dyal.


International Student Club

Bonnie Magers

Promoting international spirit among fellow students, the campus community and the local community at large, building a truly international community of students at MC.

 Every two weeks, Mondays at 12:45 p.m. in the Student Center Room.

Kinesiology Club

Sheena Thompson



Phi Theta Kappa

Lea Keesee

 Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society of two-year colleges and academic programs, particularly community colleges and junior colleges. (Membership by Invitation)



Jeremy Martinez

 Providing the opportunity for students to develop leadership and communication skills through involvement in student recruitment and community outreach events for the college.


1:00 p.m.

Respiratory Care Club

Bob Weidmann



Sigma Kappa Delta

Stacy Egan

Sigma Kappa Delta is a National English Honor Society dedicated to promoting love of literature on two year college campuses and across communities. Eligible students participate in service projects on campus and within the community, plan social events on campus, and enjoy leadership opportunities.


Spirit Squad

Leigh Ann Fierro

The Midland College Spirit Squad consists of the cheerleaders, mascot and the dance team. This is a group of selected individuals whose purposes are to promote and uphold school spirit, encourage crowd participation at athletic events, and develop a sense of good sportsmanship among students.


Student Government Association

Taneekwa Hurdle

Provides numerous leadership opportunities, organizes and assists with extracurricular activities, and participates in regional and statewide student government associations.



Students In Philanthropy (SIP)

Chelsea Burch

The Midland College Students In Philanthropy Club (SIP) is an in-depth leadership training program which provides student members the opportunity to improve the quality of life in their community.

12-1 pm
Club Room

Baptist Student Ministry

Rabon Bewley

The Baptist Student Ministry is a great place to connect with people and grow in your faith at Midland College. Our passion is sharing the love of Jesus Christ to those on campus.



John Oyerbides

 Totally Original Gamers Association 


Chemistry Club

Pat Nandakumar

The Chemistry club is involved with creating a community awareness in Science through demonstrations and Hands on activities. The club reaches out to the local school district and visits several of the elementary schools to encourage kids in young age in Chemistry. The student leaders develop a passion for the subject- Chemistry and they involve in campus wide activities.


The Navigators

Norma Duran

“Navigators” is the name of the Christ Church (Anglican) campus ministry outreach program for Midland College students. This religious organization supports the Midland College mission and core values (Faith, Knowledge, Truth, Understanding, and Wisdom). It consists of weekly lunch/fellowship gatherings as well as separate bible study times in the MC Scharbauer Student Center.


Education Society

Denise McKown

The purpose for the Education Society at Midland College is to enhance the classroom experience for the professional educator.


Student Nurses

Cindy Cuny, RN, MSN

This year's association president is Clare Fabrizio.



Kay Schipper, VA Coordinator

Damon Kennedy

 President: Mike Gutierrez



 Student Organizations ...

What you need:

  • Minimum of 10 currently enrolled Midland College students. 
  • Full-time faculty or staff member of Midland College to serve as your advisor. The Student Activities Office requires 1 advisor per 30 students in your organization. (Advisors must be at least 21 years of age and must not be a current student of Midland College.)
  • Constitution and/or Bylaws that include your organization's mission statement. Your mission statement must relate to the Midland College Statement of Purpose.
  • All advisors and officers of organizations must attend Risk Management, as per TEX ED. CODE § 51.9361.