Get involved at Montco!
With over 30 clubs and organizations at Montco, it is easy to get involved.
Enthusiastic about environmental sustainability? Into technology, writing or drama? We’ve got clubs devoted to them. We also have Student Government Association (SGA), a student newspaper called The Montgazette, student radio station, Montco Radio, and dozens of other organizations that connect you with like-minded peers.
Don’t see what you are looking for? Start a club of your own!
Frequently Asked Questions
What clubs are offered at Montco?
To see a current list of clubs and organizations, browse the online platform Engage. From there you can contact club leaders and view upcoming events. You can also visit the Office of Student Life located in College Hall, room 103 to learn more about campus activities and ways of getting involved.
What is Engage and how do I find it?
Engage, similar to a social media channel, is an online platform specifically designed to showcase student clubs and organizations, student-run events and important club information. Access Engage from MyMC3.
How do I start a club?
Step 1. Develop a name, mission and objectives for your club
Step 2. Gather at least four Montco students / members
Step 3. Find a faculty member who is able to serve as the club’s advisor
Step 4. Schedule a meeting with the Student Government Association (SGA) and propose your new club
Step 5. Next, if approved, the Director of Student Life will review your proposal, check GPAs of proposed officers and seek the approval of the proposed advisor
Step 6. Once approved, submit a new club registration through Engage
Step 7. Finally, after registration is completed and approved, the club will be registered
Why should I get involved?
Not only are clubs a great way to have fun and make lasting friendships, but they
are also designed to help you with career readiness skills from the National Association
of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
According to a recent study*, 92 percent of hiring managers agree that candidates with strong soft skills are increasingly important. By joining a club at Montco it is likely that you will be exposed, and be able to enhance, many of the following critical skills needed for employment including:
- Critical Thinking/Problem Solving
- Oral/Written Communications
- Digital Technology
- Leadership Professionalism/Work Ethic
- Career Management
- Global/Intercultural Fluency
*LinkedIn Global Talent Trends Report
What is the Student Government Association (SGA)?
The Student Government Association (SGA) acts as a liaison to the College community on behalf of the student body by:
- Listening to and, when appropriate, acting upon the suggestions and concerns
- Acting in the students’ best interests when participating in the development of College policies
- Representing the student body on committees and at College events
- Distributing allocated Activity Fee funds to active and approved student clubs and/or programming requests as outlined in the Student Life Handbook