Calendar of Events
Participation in Student Activities enhances the overall educational experience of students through the development of exposure and participation in campus activities, leadership training, student government, clubs, organizations and community service activities. Throughout the year, we offer a variety of events including:
Clubs and Organizations
There are 14 active student clubs and organizations of different interests. Student groups provide opportunities for students to broaden their experiences, develop leadership abilities, provide a sense of responsibility and give service to the college community.
Why get involved?
You will meet and associate with new people. Getting involved will help you explore lifelong or newfound interests. You will develop leadership skills that you can utilize in and out of the classroom. Plus, it looks really good on your résumé!
Join an Existing Club/Organization
AGU is open to students interested in Anime (Japanese animation) as well as electronic
CAB is a student programming board that creates and produces campus activities
The Broadway Club is open to all students who enjoy acting and singing in plays and original
Learn about different genres of music and dance ranging from Hip-Hop, Latin and Hard-style.
Student Member of the Board of Trustees
The Student Trustee has the responsibility of representing all Morton College students as a non-voting member of the Morton College Board of Trustees. This position is highly sought-after on our campus and requires strong commitment, dedication and energy of the student. While the position is demanding, it is also an extremely rewarding experience.
By law, colleges are required to have student representation on the Board of Trustees governing the institution. This position, Student Trustee, is not only important to administration but also to the students.
Eligible students may apply for the position by completing an application form. One student trustee will be elected by the student body. The student trustee’s first responsibility is to attend the April Board of Trustees meeting.
If you are interested in participating in the Morton College Community Garden, please e-mail Michele Mohr at email@example.com.
The garden is open to employees, students, and community members; however, priority is given to groups, clubs and organizations that involve students and have an educational component.
As always, Ms. Mohr will be available to provide assistance and guidance to individuals and groups who decide to participate.