Student Life

Clubs & Organizations Listings

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The purpose of this organization is to stimulate a strong awareness of criminal justice concerns and issues, to provide fellowship among the Administration of Justice students and those interested in the criminal justice system, and to provide an educational and employment opportunity networking system for Administration of Justice students.

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This club is for students interested in learning sign language, and applying their skills in the field of professional American Sign Language Interpreters.


The purpose of the APIAC is to reach out to those who want to learn and/or be a part of an organization which promotes racial, political, cultural, and self awareness of the Asian Pacific Islander minorities.


The purpose of the Black Student Union is to stimulate education by providing an awareness, recognition of and appreciation toward contributions by the Black American culture to the United States of America and to the world.

Christian Challenge is a club where you …

  • can meet other Christian students who share your similar viewpoints and struggles
  • appreciate better the broad diversity of Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox Christian perspectives
  • understand more about other religions
  • participate in active service with other groups on and off the EMCC campus

The purpose of this organization is to stimulate strong interest in the theatrical arts among students on campus and to promote thespian activity on campus.


The purpose of the EMCC Fashion Club is to provide fellowship among the fashion enthusiast and to promote unity among the members.

The EMCC Gaming Club plans, organizes, and executes events related to gaming. Some of the events the club sponsores includes: gaming tournaments, fundraisers, and gaming discussions. Club members come together during meetings to engage in dialogue, and fun activities as they relate to various areas of gaming.

The purpose of this Association shall be to: promote the awareness of the RN program of nursing among academic and local communities. Serve as a means of communication among students, faculty and administration to: Promote common educational and professional objectives; Advocate students' interests; Enhance students' educational experience; Encourage professional and constructive student conduct; Foster academic and professional success; Represent the Association's members and their interests to the community at large and to other educational and professional institutions, organizations and associations; Inform the Association's members of activities and opportunities that are organized and provided by other educational institutions, professional organizations and student associations; Promote and encourage participation of the Association's members in appropriate student activities. Augment student understanding of post-graduate educational and employment opportunities. Promote and encourage relationships with professional associations, including the American Nurses Association and National Student Nurses' Association. Collaborate with other EMCC Student Organizations to achieve mutual goals. Be advocates and leaders in the local community.

The purpose of this organization is to stimulate student’s interest in any kinds of Business major; to provide the opportunity of all members to develop leadership skills when interacting with various professionals in any kind of business field, and most importantly to promote career opportunities in any kind of Business or related field.