Through a number of well-organized student groups and activities, you'll be able to extend your MCCN education outside the classroom. Whether your interests are professional, social, spiritual, or athletic, there is a student organization that can make your college experience even more fulfilling.
The MCCN Student Government Association (SGA) is an organization designed to represent the ideals, values and beliefs of MCCN students and is dedicated to excellence in action. SGA is committed to working collaboratively with administration and faculty to enhance MCCN programs, activities and initiatives.
To encourage healthy bodies as well as healthy minds, the College organizes a number of intramural sports each year for individuals and teams, including, but not limited to, co-ed soccer, softball and volleyball and women’s basketball. Other sporting events include bowling, dodgeball, and golf tournaments.
The College offers a variety of activities for students, ranging from field trips to Clipper's baseball games and NHL Blue Jackets hockey games to on campus lectures and specialty week events. Activities are regularly communicated via e-mail, through the campus newspaper, 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 that offers 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 Ambassador Program
The college ambassador program is designed to familiarize individuals throughout the campus and Columbus community with the offerings of MCCN. Students who are chosen to be college ambassadors represent the student body at various college events and are an integral part of MCCN communications efforts. These events range from casual to "black tie" affairs. College ambassadors perform a wide variety of tasks at these events such as: setting up the event, distributing programs, registering guests, and answering questions regarding MCCN.
Students chosen to be college ambassadors represent the "brightest and best" students at Mount Carmel College of Nursing.
- Applicants must be in good academic standing
- Applicants must be well rounded in terms of academic performance, activities, and/or athletics, and leadership
- Candidates must have strong communication and interpersonal skills in order to be considered
- Since the college ambassador program is of such significance, competition is strong for positions.
For more information about the college ambassador program, contact the director of Admissions and Recruitment, at 234-5144 or email@example.com.