Miami Dade College

Hialeah Campus

Group of students support the 'Fight Like a Girl' initiative for breast cancer

Student Government Association (SGA)

Student Government Association

The Student Government Association is the voice of the student body and represents students' interests and concerns to the campus leadership. Through Student Government, students build leadership, organizational and communication skills. They also have the opportunity to represent the student body in campus, collage, and statewide meetings.

Student Publications

  • The Reporter Student Newspaper

    The Reporter is the student newspaper at Miami Dade College. All content is produced by MDC students. The Reporter is a public forum of expression.

  • Logo for Cafe Cultura

    Café Cultura

    Evoking the atmosphere of literary cafes and the coffee culture of Hialeah, Café Cultura is an award winning arts magazine which showcases the creative talents of Hialeah Campus students.

    Advisor: Victor Calderin
    P: 305-237-8764
    Vcalderi@mdc.edu

    Advisor: Ivonne Lamazares
    P: 305-237-8764
    Ilamaza1@mdc.edu

Clubs and Organizations

Each campus has a culture that is as diverse its student body. Each offers an opportunity for teamwork and leadership. Can’t find a club that suits your interests? You can start a new organization from scratch.

The Capture Club celebrates the visual arts and photography. Members of the club hope to share techniques and experiences in order to grow as artists.

Advisor: Victor Calderin
P: 305-237-8839
Vcalderi@mdc.edu

Advisor: Nelson Magana
P: 305-237-8764
nmagana@mdc.edu

The Cover to Screen club brings together people who share an appreciation for books and films. Meetings are focused on literature and films and include discussion on the themes and subject matter found within them.

Advisor: Caitlin Richardson
P: 305-237-8833
crichar1@mdc.edu

Advisor: Christina Machado Dillon
P: 305-237-8655
cmachado@mdc.edu

Opportunity for Christian students to come together in fellowship and participate in faith centered activities.

Advisor: Aimee Lorenzzi
P: 305-237-8853
Alorenzz@mdc.edu

Student-led service organization. Gain resume skills while doing community service!

Advisor: Corrinne Lockamy
P: 305-237-8743
clockamy@mdc.edu

The Hialeah Performing Arts and Music Club promotes cultural enrichment amongst the student body, thus allowing students to gain an artistic view through events and participation on and off campus.

Advisor: Sergio Gonzalez
P: 305-237-8700
sgonzal5@mdc.edu

MDC Programming Team was founded to promote computer science through competitive programming. Our goal is to best prepare our students for good programming practices, efficient algorithms, and adequate data structures to solve programming problems.

Advisor: Rodolfo Cruz
P: 305-237-8642
Rcruz@mdc.edu

The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa shall be to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students. To achieve this purpose, Phi Theta Kappa shall provide opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.

Advisor: Dr. Kelly Kennedy
P: 305-237-8709
Kkennedy@mdc.edu

Advisor: Mariana Molina
P: 305-237-8718
Mmolina5@mdc.edu

Advisor: Allison Johnson
P: 305-237-8865
Athomasj@mdc.edu

Phi Beta Lambda provides opportunities for college students to develop competencies for business, gain leadership skills and improve their networking abilities.

Advisor: Charles Williams
P: 305-237-8638
cwillia4@mdc.edu

Advisor: Dr. Eric Terry s
P: 305-237-8646
eterry@mdc.edu

A club to encourage teamwork and motivation among students through playing soccer.

Advisor: Xavier Valdes
P: 305-237-8579
xvaldes@mdc.edu

SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development.

Advisor: Rodolfo Cruz
P: 305-237-8642
Rcruz@mdc.edu

Tendai Kaisho, MDC Hialeah’s Anime and Popular Culture club, celebrates the diverse forms of art and entertainment, from anime to video games, with our campus community.

Advisor: Victor Calderin
P: 305-237-8839
Vcalderi@mdc.edu

Advisor: Angel Hernandez
P: 305-237-8523
Aherna19@mdc.edu

The purpose of Y.E.S. is to empower, motivate, and educate students about environmental issues facing societies today, inspiring leadership and taking action on a regular basis.

Advisor: Karen Alvarez-Delfin
P: 305-237-8748
kalvare2@mdc.edu