Get involved! Extend your MCCN education outside the classroom. We have organizations on both campuses for every interest: professional, social, spiritual, athletic, and more to make your college experience even more fulfilling.
The MCCN Student Government Association (SGA) is designed to represent the ideals, values and beliefs of our students and is dedicated to excellence in action. SGA is committed to working collaboratively with administration and faculty to enhance programs, activities and initiatives.
To encourage healthy bodies as well as healthy minds, intramural sports are for individuals and teams. Find your fun in co-ed soccer, softball and volleyball, women’s basketball, and more, including bowling, dodgeball, and golf tournaments.
Field trips to Clipper's baseball games and NHL Blue Jackets hockey games to Mission trips at home and abroad, as well as on campus events, are just a sampling of fun and educational actifies that are regularly communicated via email, The Carmel Rapper and on the website.
Student Nurses Association of Mount Carmel (SNAM)
SNAM is MCCN's affiliate of the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA), a pre-professional organization offering a variety of programs and activities aimed at fostering professional growth and development, and honing leadership skills.
Joining the NSNA provides a number of benefits, including the opportunity to participate in state and national conventions, receive loans and scholarships, secure Professional Liability Insurance, and receive the association’s Imprint magazine.
Student Ambassadors Program
The College Ambassadors program familiarizes and welcomes visitors. Our “best and brightest” students are chosen as College Ambassadors to represent the student body at various events both on an off campus, ranging from casual to “black tie” affairs. College ambassadors perform a wide variety of tasks including: setting up the event, distributing programs, registering guests, and basically representing MCCN.
Applicants for this highly competitive program must be:
- in good academic standing,
- well-rounded in terms of academic performance, activities, and/or athletics, and leadership,
- have strong communication and interpersonal skills.