Clubs and Organizations
Mitchell College understands the importance of involvement and encourages its students to find opportunities to meet and interact with each other in a variety of ways.
Research on the benefits of student organization membership suggests that actively involved students perform better academically, are more satisfied with their college experience and are more likely to graduate. Student organizations provide students the opportunity for academic discourse, personal growth, leadership development, intercultural understanding, community service and lasting friendships. There are more than 30 student organizations at Mitchell representing a wide variety of academic and general interest areas. If your particular passion is not represented yet, you can even start your own club or organization!
Here's a sample of the many clubs & organizations we have on campus:
Behavioral Science Club
Campus Activities Board (CAB)
Rotaract Volunteer Organization
Class Officers for 2014
Class Officers for 2015
Class Officers for 2016
Class Officers for 2017
Delta Alpha Pi
|Early Childhood Education Club
Gay Straight Alliance
Law Society Association
MHET Club (Hospitality & Tourism)
Mitchell College Anti-Bullying Club
Mitchell College Cheerleaders
Mitchell College Drama Society
Multicultural Student Union
|Pet Therapy Club
Phi Theta Kappa
Sigma Alpha Pi
Sports Management Club
Student Government Association
Writer’s Block – Creative Writing Club
Club Council promotes interaction and cooperation between clubs & orgs, Student Government Association, and Student Affairs. All clubs are required to appoint a representative to meet monthly in an all-club & org Club Council meeting hosted by SGA.
Join a Club
Are you a student interested in learning more about Mitchell College’s student clubs & organizations? Want to meet new people, be connected, and get involved? Attend the Fall Club & Org Fair! You get to meet members of Mitchell’s active student organizations, join groups to connect with, and get more information about upcoming campus events. Recognized student organizations reserve booths at the Club & Org Fair to promote their group’s purpose, goals, events, and of course recruit new members. Miss the Fair? Stop by the Student Center and chat with the Student Activities staff to get more information on getting involved at Mitchell!
Have a great idea and want to start a new club at Mitchell? It’s Easy!
STEP 1: Find at least 3 other students with a common interest not already represented by an existing club or organization.
STEP 2: Identify a faculty or staff member willing to serve as the advisor.
STEP 3: Write a constitution and a set of bylaws. Your proposed advisor and the Student Activities staff can offer assistance with this endeavor.
STEP 4: Submit a copy of your constitution, officer contact sheet, and signed advisor form to the Student Activities office.
All the paperwork you need to start a new club is right Here!
Before you begin this process, schedule a meeting with a member of the Student Activities Staff.