Addiction Counseling Club
This club facilitates the growth of tomorrow's counselors through networking, hands-on experience and advocacy in the field of chemical dependency.
Advisor: Jonathan Lofgren, K.1507, 612-659-6468
DECA's mission is to give members as many opportunities as possible in choosing, pursuing and advancing their careers, growing their professional networks and building their skill sets within the business world.
Advisor: Jason Cussler, M.1290, 612-200-5513
Education Majors' Union
EMU provides a forum for education and child development majors to share and discuss information, opinions, issues, strategies and professional opportunities in their fields.
Advisor: Kristine Snyder, H.1104, 612-659-6470
The Engineering Club gives students an opportunity to get hands-on experience, advice about the field and visits to engineering facilities.
Advisors: Parke Kunkle, S.3330, 612-659-6068 and Joan Carter, K.2625, 612-659-6000
The Math Club furthers students' interest in problem solving and mathematical theory.
Math Club Advisor: James Kolles, K.2626, 612-659-6000
MCTC Human Services Club
This club facilitates the growth of tomorrow's Human Services workers through education, networking, hands-on experiences and advocacy in the field of Human Services.
Advisor: Trina Givens-Henry, K.1504, 612-659-6985
This club provides information, education and support for students in filmmaking, video production, screenwriting and sound arts.
Advisor: Gregg Kubera, T.4030, 612-659-6066
This club gathers and educates students and the college community about sleep and polysomnography.
Advisor: Chad Whittlef, K.2503, 612-659-4091
The Psychology Club provides an environment that educates students about the different forms of Psychology and their implications in everyday life.
Advisor: Jesse Mason, H.2650, 612-659-6474
The Science Club assists students in pursuing their interest in science programs. A sub-group of the Science Club is the Chem. Demons, a Chemistry demonstration group that learns and presents interesting and explosive chemical reactions.
Advisor: Bram Middeldorp, S.1580, 612-659-6089 and Evan Kaneski, S2530, Evan.Kaneski@minneapolis.edu, 612-659-6000 x 4031 and Jane Schultz, S.1560, 612-659-6000 x4085
SkillsUSA promotes professional advancement for students in trade, industrial, technical and health education programs.
Advisors: Greg Skudlarek, T.0217, 612-659-6424
Society and culture is everywhere we look. Every day we take things and people for granted because we develop routines and habits. The Sociology Club wants to invite all students to examine expectations and the world we live in through the sociological perspective. We want to take sociology out of the classroom and learn through each other.
Advisors: Miles Lunak, H.2613, Miles.Lunak@minneapolis.edu, 612-659-4130 and Mike Smith, H.2617, Mike.Smith@minneapolis.edu, 612-659-6456
Student Design Collective
The Student Design Collective promotes leadership, professionalism and networking opportunities for students in Graphic Design and Web and Interactive Media programs.
Advisor: Samantha Sather, T.3942, 612-659-6000 x4050
Student Nurses Association
This club builds community among nursing students and helps them further understand the discipline.
Advisors: Robin Austin, H.5116, 612-659-6415 and Lynn Perkins, H.5105, 612-659-6465
The Theatre Club exists to promote, enrich, grow and encourage the Theatre department in a direction of positive change by providing change diverse opportunities including but not limited to advertisement, marketing, set design, construction, social media awareness, costuming and tech.
Advisors: Michael Kissin, F.1306, 612-659-6063 and Kathy Stewart, F.1030, 612-659-6112