Expand Your Experience
Student Life at MCTC is centered in our vibrant Helland Center, which offers a student health clinic, convenience store, study lounge and meeting spaces, and a two-story multi-purpose entertainment space that extends into Loring Park and the College theater.
There is something for everyone at MCTC!
Expand your college experience beyond the classroom by getting involved in one of the many activities available on campus. A variety of academic, social and special interest clubs and organizations offer exceptional leadership development opportunities. Student groups have helped establish our Student Health Clinic, an Urban Garden, the bike maintenance fix-it station and Student Tech Services.
Following is a sampling of MCTC's campus programs and clubs:
- Addiction Counseling Club
- Cinema Club
- Computer Club
- MCTC Photo Club
- Science and Engineering Club
- Skills USA
- Student Design Collective
- Student Nurses Association
- Student Tech Services
- Animation Club
- Art Club
- Chamber Ensemble
- College Choir
- Jazz Ensemble
- Vocal Ensemble
- Writer's Workshop WANDA
- African Student Continental Club
- Bike Collective
- Campus Recreation and Wellness
- Ethiopian Student Association
- Feminists Organizing Change
- Hapkido Club (Hapkido Martial Arts)
- Muslim Student Association
- Philosophy Club
- Soccer Club
- Students Against Hunger and Homelessness
- Student Veterans Association
- Three Legged Frog
- United Nations of Indian Tribes for Education (UNITE)
- Urban Farm Collective
- Xicanos Latinos Unidos
- Yoga Club
If you are interested in learning more about Student Life, please contact us at 612-659-6761 or Student.Life@minneapolis.edu.
Current students, please check out Student Life on the intranet for current student programs and clubs you can join or how to create a group that fits your interests and be a part of campus life at MCTC.
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