"To become involved is to become successful." Make the most of your college career! Through the Office of Student Life you can join a Student Club, meet Local and National Speakers or volunteer in the community. According to research in higher education, college life activities can be inside tracks to college success. Students who get involved in college life, that means Office of Student Life, are more likely to succeed in their studies and are less likely to drop out.
A variety of experiences are available to enrich your personal and intellectual growth and this will contribute to your overall academic success. Check out these experiences below:
Ability to Soar
Encourages interaction between diverse groups of students while raising awareness about equality among all students on campus.
Anime & Asian Film Club
Exposes students to the Asian culture through cultural events, film, music, and pop culture.
Jesse Gonzalez: 214-860-3640, MVC_Anime@yahoo.com
Promotes the growth of interest and appreciation of the arts and fosters continued learning.
Tina Medina: 214-860-3654
Jonathan Saavedra: 214-860-8685
Promotes aviation, flying, and flight safety. Provides a network forum for MVC aviation students and helps to enhance students' education in the aviation industry.
Richard Parra: 214-860-8566, MVC_avia_club@yahoo.com
Supports the MVC baseball team by assisting with fundraising, recruiting, and promotion of games.
Chris Chernisky: 214-860-8679, MVC_Baseball@yahoo.com
Supports the MVC men’s and women’s basketball teams with fundraising, recruiting, and promotion of games.
LeRoi Phillips: 214-860-8791, LPhillips@dcccd.edu
Black Student Organization
Develops an awareness of African American heritage and culture through interaction and trips.
Candice Birks: 214-860-8856
Julius Moss: 214-860-8692
Brother to Brother
To provide positive solutions to specific needs of Black and Latino males enrolled in college and to provide intentionally structured opportunities for males to take full advantage of their academic years.
David Morales: 214-860-8871, MVC_Men@yahoo.com
MVC Community Club
Empower students through higher education and community involvement.
Nova Cox: 214-860-8830, NCox@dcccd.edu
Campus Crusade for Christ
Provides students opportunities for sharing Christ as well as spiritual growth through dynamic fellowship and service in the college community.
Debbie Moreland-Nichols: 214-860-8890
Hattie Wyatt: 214-860-8670
Chemistry and Engineering
To foster leadership development through the coordination of education and awareness projects focused on chemistry and engineering.
Jesse Fox: 214-860-8653, email@example.com
Promote an interest in chess among the student body at MVC. Committed to helping students learn new skills, competitive strategies and good sportsmanship.
Contact Information: Vacant
To engage criminal justice majors and other interested individuals to develop a network to serve the needs of students.
William Drake: 214-860-8533,
Jane Austen Society of North America
Promotes an enjoyment of Jane Austen’s novels and media based on her novels.
Joyce Tarpley: 214-860-8793, JTarpley@dcccd.edu
MVC Journalism Club
Develop and maintain an electronic student newspaper for the college campus
Michael Arredondo: 214-860-8639
Xochitl Martinez: 214-860-5603 firstname.lastname@example.org
MVC International Club
Develop and promote opportunities and activities for students to share their culture, values, and backgrounds with the college community and raise global awareness.
Florencio Alonso: 214-860-8514
Promotes a positive image of the Hispanic community through cultural awareness, as well as through professional contacts.
MVC Drama Club
Promote the arts through theatrical productions, while raising awareness of the importance of the arts and its different forms of expression.
Nathan Cole: 214-860-3685, email@example.com
Rosalyn Walker:214-860-8887 firstname.lastname@example.org
Enhances confidence, communication, & performance technique through learning and performing magic. Dr. Geoff Grimes: 214-860-8747, GGrimes@yahoo.com
Randy Clower: 214-860-8526, RClower@dcccd.edu
MVC Models Club
Assists in informing students about on and off campus modeling opportunities.
Donyan Rogers: 214-860-8638, ModelMVC@yahoo.com
Phi Theta Kappa
The Omega Omega Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society for two-year college honors for those who achieve academic excellence.
Joseph Brockway: 214-860-8896, JosephBrockway@dcccd.edu
Rising Star Club
Encourages members to strive for higher success and to become more responsible and united.
Lorena Faz: 214-860-3667
Promotes students with a love for the sciences by providing services to our community and earth.
Shanaz Sokhansanj: 214-860-8630, MVC.CAPS@yahoo.com
Sigma Delta Mu, Xi de Texas
Honors those who attain excellence in the study of the Spanish language and the literature and culture of
Ulises Rodriguez: 214-860-8792
Supports the MVC soccer team by assisting with fundraising, recruiting, and promotion of matches.
Society of Nursing Students
Contribute to nursing education, foster and enhance student responsibility within the healthcare field, promote professional interest and concerns of modern nursing.
Karen Bravo: 214-860-8621, MVC_SNS@yahoo.com
Supporting Teachers and Reaching Students. Organization that supports students who are enrolled in the teacher education program at MVC.
Gloria Garcia: 214-860-8729
Students for Life
Serves as a pro-life organization to promote respect for life on a local, state, and national level. To raise awareness and provide education about life issues, and to be a helpful resource for those in need.
Student Government Association
Serves as the student voice, assists with programming, and promotes students issues and concerns. Cathy Edwards: 214-860-8715
Steve Billingslea: 214-860-8720
Provides an additional forum for Trio students to interact with each other and promote Trio’s mission.
Sylvia Faz: 214-860-8615
Wanda Kelley: 214-860-8883
Provides an avenue to appreciate the efforts and sacrifices the Veterans have made for our country. To recognize and support the veterans within Mountain View College for their dedicated service to the military. Edmundo Calderon Ecalderon@dcccd.edu
Supports the MVC volleyball team by assisting with fundraising, recruiting, and promotion of games.
Athletic Office: 214-860-8791, MVC_Volleyball@yahoo.com