Leadership Opportunities

At MCC students that are motivated to put their time and energy into leading on campus and in their community have multiple opportunities highlighted below. To explore more ways to get involved go to

Student leadership now has a site in myhub

What is myHub? myHub is MCC's online engagement tool for students to connect, join and participate with various opportunities such as MCC's  fall annual Student Leadership Conference. SLC's theme in 2016 was "Think-Learn-Succeed" and the 2017 theme is "Discover-Develop-Dare." Learn more about the conference in mHub.

Go to, type in your MCC username and password and search for Student Leadership and other organizations you would like to join and activities you would like to be a part of.

Community Engagement activities

MCC's Community Engagement office supports student community engagement learning opportunities. Community partners may submit community engagement proposals here. Proposals will be judged on alignment with MCC’s mission, student impact, learning outcomes, project scope, organizational commitment and the overall quality of the application. Applications that meet MCC Community Based Education requirements will be forwarded to academic deans for review. Implementation is contingent on gaining a faculty champion who is able to incorporate the project into their course curriculum within the project timeline. Community Engagement staff will notify you of your project’s status and next steps after your project has been reviewed. 

Student Ambassadors

MCC's Student Ambassador program provides an avenue for students to represent MCC at a variety of functions such as, but not limited to: tours, MCC and community events.

Student Advisory Council

MCC's Student Advisory Council was established to enhance communication between students and the College. Members are elected in the fall to represent each MCC location. SAC also elects a student ex-officio to attend MCC Board of Governors meetings.