MCC Clubs

Muscatine Community College students are encouraged to find activities that fit their interests and talents. If you can't find an activity that interests you, you can try starting a new one.



Student Senate
The Student Senate is the representative body giving voice to student activities and student policies on the campus. The Student Senate constitution outlines the duties, membership and organizational structure of the Muscatine Community College Student Senate. For names of Student Senate representatives, contact the Advising Center. 

Ag Tech Club
Ag Tech Club is designed to promote better understanding of agricultural production, sales, economics and related lines of agricultural work and provide students the opportunity to further develop their leadership skills. The Ag Tech Club is part of the Agribusiness and Technology Program at MCC. 

Alpha Mu Sigma

This chapter of the Agricultural Marketing Society focuses its attention on community needs and local projects, especially those pertaining to agriculture. At MCC, we don't just prepare students for careers in agriculture; we prepare students for careers and the civic responsibilities that go with them.  This campus organization is available to full-time students in the Agribusiness Management program.  PAS is a required activity for all Alpha Mu Sigma members.

AKOP is a group that fosters psychosocial development - promoting diversity and equality for every kind of background, or lifestyle; culture, gender, disability, faith, sexual orientation, and political affiliation. We embrace our differences, learn from each other, and recognize  and promote diversity and equality within our community. Students and allies are invited to  “bring your own lunch” gatherings in the Student Center on the first and third Friday of every month at 11:45. Questions or comments please contact Paula F. Finch Psychology Faculty Muscatine Community College by email or by phone at 563-288-6174.

Phi Theta Kappa
Beta Zeta Phi is the MCC chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two-year colleges. Invitation to membership is extended by the chapter to students who have completed at least 12 hours of course work and who have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. The organization offers opportunities for transfer scholarships as well as intellectual enrichment and personal development through programs based on the four hallmarks of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Fellowship.

Business Professionals Of America
Advisers, Angela Henning and Jan Fasse.  
Business Professionals of America is the leading CTSO (Career Technical Student Organization) for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields. BPA has more than 51,000 members in over 2,300 chapters in 23 states. BPA provides opportunities to students the opportunity to:

  • Network with business professionals.
  • Develop of career specific skills.
  • Acquire leadership experiences.
  • Make an impact in the community.
  • Earn academic credit.
  • Build your resume.
  • Compete with peers at a state and national level.

Intercollegiate Athletics
Muscatine Community College offers intercollegiate competition in men's baseball and women's softball. The college is a member of the Iowa Junior College Athletic Association. Athletics are governed by the Director of Athletics, and rules are set forth by the executive committee of the Iowa State Association for Community College Athletics. Muscatine Community College is also a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association.

Intramural Recreational Athletics
Muscatine Community College Intramural Flag Football Game
MCC Intramural Athletics provides an opportunity for students to engage in recreational physical activity and healthy competition.  The focus will be on staying active while allowing social opportunities. A wide variety of sports and activities are offered throughout the year based on student interests.  Past events have included volleyball, group fitness, open gym nights, bowling, flag football, dodgeball, disc golf, ski trips, and special events. Follow MCC's Intramurals on Facebook to keep up to date with all the events.

The Calumet, Muscatine Community College's student-produced newspaper, is published ten times during the academic year. Students may earn 1, 2, or 3 hours of credit by working on the staff through practice in communication classes. Students may earn up to six total credit hours. The Calumet is also open to all students of Muscatine Community College. The Calumet is a forum for student expression, and students make all content decisions.

The Calumet's newsroom is equipped with the latest desktop publishing equipment and a fully stocked darkroom allows photographers to improve their skills. The newspaper strives to provide students with hands-on experience.

Students interested in writing, photography, art, ad sales, business management and newspaper production should contact advisor Michael Knock for more information. 

College Choir and Variety Singers
Muscatine Community College Choir is a mixed chorus open to all students who wish to participate in vocal music. No previous experience is required, and an audition is not necessary for entry in this organization.

Variety Singers is a select group, open only to advanced students. The group performs many civic and school concerts throughout the year. Membership usually includes 16 students, and an audition is required.

Instrumental ensembles such as Brass Choir and the College/Community Jazz Band may also be offered. 

Theater Program
Students attending Muscatine Community College have an opportunity to participate in an exciting form of drama. The Bob Roach Little Theatre provides a flexible environment for staging a wide variety of theatrical events. The staging area is also intimate. Members of the audience are seated close to the action, which challenges actors and technicians alike.