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Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Student organizations have a significant impact in providing effective learning environments for students, preparing them to live and work in a global community. In addition to building lasting friendships, student organizations provide many benefits including serving as a medium for academic discourse, personal growth, leadership development and community engagement.

Organization Resources

Students are encouraged to explore currently recognized student clubs/organizations before establishing one of their own.  When a group exists and holds the same purpose and goals of another student group, the Student Activities’ Office encourages students to combine resources to fully maximize the potential growth and development of a student group.  If after careful assessment you think your interests are not represented in one of Northeast’s existing clubs/organizations, we encourage you to create and establish one of your own.


Current Student Organizations

Student Organizations
Club or Organization Sponsors
African American Association

Michael H. Miller
Sherita Taylor
Melanie Walker
ACSM (American Congress on Surveying & Mapping)

Stewart Moore
Alpha Delta Nu

Kristi Reece
Baptist Student Union

Ed Earnest
Wayne Vandiver
Campus Ministry International
Campus Ministry International (CMI) is a student-led ministry of the UPCI and ALJC that was formed to enable and encourage local churches to effectively reach out to the college and university populations in their vicinities with the gospel of Jesus Christ. The local chapter meets on campus monthly for food and fellowship, devotions, and similar activities.
Christy Grissom
Christian Nursing Fellowship

Melinda Hamlin
Christians on Campus

Jody Long
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Student Association

Beth Byrd
Collegiate DECA
DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in high schools and colleges around the world. The NEMCC Hospitality chapter of Collegiate DECA consists of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts majors, but students from any major are welcome to join.
Ginger Cramer
Christy Grissom
Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Beth Benson
Fellowship of Christian Dental Hygienist

Nick Alexander
Camille Shoffner
Good Shepherds

Amanda Garvin
Honors Institute
The Honors Institute exists to provide students who demonstrate academic excellence with enriched course offerings, diverse opportunities to develop higher-level thinking skills, and experiential learning programs to promote social and personal growth. Students selected for the Honors Institute can take courses for honors credit, enjoy the Honors Institute classroom and lounge, and benefit from partnerships with university honors programs. [more]
Morgan Ricks
Medical Assisting Student Group

Vickie Hopkins
Medical Laboratory Technology
This club is for students who are already enrolled in the Medical Laboratory Technology Program at NEMCC and for students interested in being in the program. The club meets on an as needed basis to talk about current events in the world that our field is a part of and also to discuss fundraisers and elect club officers.
Shannon Goolsby
Rosalyn Singleton
MOSA (Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing Students) Debra Hazel Lambert
Heather Kirk
NEMCC Democrats

Amanda Garvin
Northeast & Novels

Will Bowlin
Ellice Yager
NEMCC FFA Alumni & Supporters Chapter
We are a college-level affiliate chapter of the National FFA Organization. Membership is open to all members of the student body or community with an interest an agriculture.
Amy Marolt-Alred
Mark Hurley
Rocky Hughes
Phi Beta Lambda

Rebekah Elliott
Crystal White
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society is the international honor society of two-year colleges. To be eligible for membership in the Northeast Iota Zeta chapter, a student must have completed at least 12 hours of coursework with a cumulative 3.25 GPA.
Dr. Ray Harris
Robbie Coleman
Andrea Mathis
Morgan Ricks
Dr. Justin Treloar
Practical Nursing Education Association

Kristi Tooley
Respiratory Care Technology Club

John Shelburne
Skills USA & VICA

Stevie Lovelace
Mike Snowden
Student American Dental Hygienist Association

Camille Shoffner
Student Government Association
The purpose of the SGA is to plan activities for the students, to hold student discussions, to present helpful student suggestions to the faculty and administration, and to act in an advisory capacity to students. SGA leadership consists of a president, vice president, secretary, three members from the sophomore class, three members from the freshman class, and five dormitory representatives. [more]
Charlotte Tennison
Student Publications

Tony Finch
Michael Miller
The DRAFTERS

Jeff Melson
Visual Arts League
Promotes the Visual Arts and is opened to all students on campus.
Terry Anderson
Jenna Donegan
Melody Shinn
Wesley Foundation

Charlie Harper