Student Clubs and Organizations at Mountain View

A variety of experiences are available to enrich your personal and intellectual growth and this will contribute to your overall academic success. Check out the experiences below by contacting the advisor or the Office of Student Life.

Student Clubs and Organizations

Purpose: To discuss and understand Japanese Culture through anime.

Contact: Email Art Club; Tina Medina, 214-860-3654

A Christian organization for all students with the purpose of creating a friendly and welcoming environment where students can make healthy relationships and learn more about God.

Contact: Email Bible Study Ministry; Takyra Morgan, 214-860-3601

Develops an awareness of African American heritage and culture through interaction and trips.

Contact: Email Black Student Organization, Darius Frasure

Provides an avenue for all students (although targeting male students) to participate in meaningful discussions, social activities, mentoring programs, tutoring and field trips. Learn more about Brother to Brother.

Contact: Matthew Sanchez, 214-860-8507

Foster leadership development through the coordination of educational awareness projects focused on chemistry.

Contact: Email Chemistry Affiliates; Bill Drake, 214-860-8533

Serve students and the community in a capacity to educate, inform and advocate for good citizenship.

Contact: Email Criminal Justice Club; Bill Drake, 214-860-8533

The purpose of the MVC History Club is to provide students with a better understanding of history and foster a deeper appreciation for the study of history.

Contact: Ryan Pettengill, 214-860-3618

Promotes cultural awareness and diversity at Mountain View Campus.

Contact: Email Int. Friendship Club; Florencio Alonso, 214-860-8514

Enhances confidence, communication, and performance technique through learning and performing magic.

Contact: Email MVC Magic; Dr. Geoff Grimes, 214-860-8747

We are the nation's largest leadership honor society, where top students nominated by their colleges come together to identify and achieve their goals.

Contact: Email Ntl. Society of Leadership & Success; Ke'Ana Bradley, 214-860-8685

The Omega Omega Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society for two-year college honors for those who achieve academic excellence. Learn more about Phi Theta Kappa.

Contact: Email PTK; Darius Frasure, 214-860-8857

Contribute to nursing education, foster and enhance student responsibility within the health care field, and promote professional interest and concerns of modern nursing.

Contact: Email Society of Nursing Students; Dymond Bell, 214-860-3605

Encourages members to strive for higher success and to become more responsible and united.

Contact: Email Student Success Club; Lorena Faz, 214-860-8557; Veronica Luciano, 214-860-8555

Honors those who attain excellence in the study of the Spanish language and the literature and culture of Spanish-speaking peoples.

Contact: Email Sigma Delta Mu, Xi de Texas; Ulises Rodriguez, 214-860-8792

Society of Sisterhood, creating connections, supporting self-worth, encouraging empowerment and breaking barriers.

Contact: Ke'Ana Bradley, 214-860-8685; Liva Yalong

Serves as the student voice, assists with programming and promotes students' issues and concerns. Learn more about Student Government Association.

Contact: Email SGA; Deanna Guess, 214-860-8519

Providing academic and career-enhancing resources for veterans attending MVC.

Contact: Email SVA; Ismael Aleman, 214-860-8825

Provides an additional forum for TRiO students to interact with each other and promote TRiO’s mission.

Contact: Email TRiO/Focus Club; Doria Wormbly, 214-860-3622; Tony Hall, 214-860-8589