MDCC has a variety of clubs with something to interest just about everyone. The following clubs are an active part of campus life at MDCC.
Skills USA (VICA)
Student Government Association
Several organizations at MDCC offer talent scholarships for those students who wish to audition. These groups perform throughout the district and across the state helping promote MDCC. The talent scholarship groups include the following:
The Ambassadors Choir
This show choir singing group performs a variety of tunes from Pop to Broadway along with choreographed dance. They act as ambassadors for the college performing for schools and various organizations.
The Delta Dancers
This dance troupe travels widely promoting MDCC. Those selected learn all types of dance from jazz and novelty to tap and modern.
Scholarships are available to students who have participated in high school bands. The MDCC "Spirit" Band stresses excellence in the field of instrumental music along with twirlers, flags, and rifles. Groups within the band include the Concert Band, Jazz Band, and small ensemble groups.
This group serves to boast school spirit at a number of events including sporting events, pep rallies and parades.
The MDCC Yearbook Staff produce the Retrospect. This club incorporates journalism, design, and photography. Contact Whitney Thompson at 662-246-6340 for more information.
Phi Theta Kappa - Zeta Zeta Chapter (Moorhead) and Beta Rho Omicron Chapter (GHEC)
National Technical Honor Society
Health Science Clubs & Organizations
In order to be a member of these clubs/organizations, you must be a part of the associated Health Science program.
MOSA (Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing Student Association)
ASCLC (American Society of Clinical Laboratory Scientists)
MPNSNO (Mississippi Practical Nurses Student Nurse Organization)
Student Chapter of the ADHA (American Dental Hygienists' Association)
Radiologic Technology Club
Student Religious Life
Student Religious Life is also a part of campus life at MDCC. The college places a high value upon a wholesome religious environment for students and faculty. Students are encouraged to attend the church of their choice, and religious programs are held regularly on campus.
Christian Student Center