Miami Dade College

North Campus

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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.

An organization of students with disabilities and their supporters which provides a forum for the discussion of disability issues, provides an arena for the sharing of accessibility concerns with regard to the campus and the college and offers opportunities for social and educational activities that help students with disabilities understand the world and their place in it. Ability counts and the organization tries to demonstrate just that!
Advisor: Victoria Hughes
P: 305-237-1275
Co-advisor: Kesia Vasquez
P: 305-237-1146

An organization of students that seeks to encourage an interest in the study of foreign languages, literatures, cultures, civilizations, and to foster sympathetic understanding of other peoples and international friendship.
Advisor: Myra Medina
P: 305-237-8283
Co-advisor: Margarita Orro
P: 305-237-1321

An organization of students that seeks to provide a supportive signing environment by encouraging the use and development of American Sign Language, as well as, establishing a fervent understanding of the cultural views and values within the Deaf community.
Advisor: Rafael Trevino
P: 305-237-1332

A student led organization that seeks to be a bastion of support and expressed affirmation for students of African descent at Miami Dade College, North Campus. The organization aims to provide a safe place where these students can feel accepted and work to become the best human beings possible. These opportunities will be provide through community service projects, lectures, institutional visits, field trips, and on and off campus led workshops. Arise is independent of any government, political or religious ideology.
Advisor: Roger Williams
P: 305-237-1546

An organization of students that seeks to cultivate, enhance and promote leadership opportunities for student success and development. The organization will provide opportunities to prepare students for the professional arena, promote personal, civic and social responsibility among members and our community, support the college's learning outcomes of initiating to provide lifelong learning opportunities to our students, to educate our students on the universal declaration of human rights and its importance to society, advocate for legislative student issues and work with at risk students to promote success and completion.
Advisor: Jaime Anzalotta
P:305-237-8111
Co-advisor: Kesia Vasquez
P: 305-237-1146

An organization of students that serve as a vehicle for creativity, expression, knowledge and development of skills in the arts.
Advisor: Jennie Olaguibel-Lundahl
P: 305-237-1319
Co-advisor: Carmen Bucher
P: 305-237-1350

An organization of students that seeks to promote the importance of biology in today's society to the students of the college and to enhance their learning experience. The organization will provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, will sponsor community work, take biologically related field trips as well as sponsor other activities. We will seek to enhance awareness, enjoyment, teaching and learning of the natural sciences and to support natural science.
Advisor: Victoria Zusman
P: 305-237-1104
Co-advisor: Richard Patton
P: 305-237-1103

An organization of students that seeks to foster Christian principles among our students, serve as a medium support and guidance for our student population. We will study and understand the Christian doctrine, create peer support, guidance and contribute to the community though volunteer work.
Advisor: Julio Borges
P: 305-237-1236
Co-advisor: Rene Choy
P: 305-237-1215

An organization of students that seeks to provide programs and services catered to the specific needs of all college students through the college F.A.C.E Program.
Advisor: Frantz Pierre
P: 305-237-1466
Co-advisor: Suze Guilluame
P: 305-237-8347

An organization of students that seeks to create a community of film students where we can engage and learn to share ideas about art and business of film. The organization aims to be able to work in a diverse community and learn strategies to build a base for future projects in filmmaking, and to create film to screen to an audience at the college.
Advisor: Ece Karayalcin
P: 305-237-1477
Co-advisor: Agustin Gonzalez
P: 305-237-1696

An organization of students that aims to aspire competent young men and women to consider teaching as a career, provide members with knowledge and experiences that develop qualities and aptitudes essential to successful teaching, offer pre-teaching experiences that are both exploratory and developmental in nature, provide information on professional career opportunities in education and the special competencies required, develop an appreciation of public education and the contributions that have been made by teachers, public schools, colleges and universities, teacher unions, and other professional organizations to American society, and encourage members to exercise their rights and privileges as citizens and participate and accept leadership in civic affairs.
Advisor: Vanessa Paneca
P: 305-237-1451
Co-advisor: Raul Escarpio
P: 305-237-1282

Golden Key is one of the largest, most renowned international honor societies with 400 chapters in eight countries around the world. Use the drop down menu below to select your country and learn more about Golden Key.
Advisor: Ece Karayalcin
P: 305-237-1477

An organization of students that seeks to advocate the formation of a Haitian association to facilitate a broad understanding among members of the history, societies, and cultures of the Haitian world. To analyze social and cultural issues, and to create and nurture a global view of the Haitian people and the issues that affects them wherever they are found in the world.
Advisor: Miguel Murphy
P: 305-237-8371

Serves college students at 37 college campuses across the country by promoting academic success, professional development and outreach.
Advisor: Evelyn Rodriguez
P: 305-237-1252

An organization of students that seeks to provide an opportunity for students of the college to develop a personal philosophy of leadership, develop an understanding of community, and learn what experiences and opportunities are available at the college and in their field of study.
Advisor: Frantz Pierre
P: 305-237-1466

An organization of students that seeks to increase student involvement in Mathematical activities by providing training, discussions, and educational enhancement programs on all aspects of the topic.
Advisor: Leandro Alvarez
P: 305-237-1288
Co-advisor: Lourdes Espana
P: 305-237-8144

An organization of students that seeks to foster and develop knowledge of investing in financial instruments. The special focus is in stock investments. There will also be some amount of focus on personal financial management and on development of entrepreneurship.
Advisor: Robert Barton
P: 305-237-1678

An organization of students that seeks to familiarize the Miami Dade College community with the functions and practices of the United Nations, in addition to those of the National Model United Nations Program. To provide delegates the opportunity to recognize and learn about matters of international importance and gain a better understanding of those international issues through thoughtful, intellectual research discussion, negotiation, resolution drafting, and public discourse; To promote skill development in each of the following areas; research, written communication, negotiation, public speaking, creativity, and leadership; To encourage appreciation of diverse global, cultural, and historical perspectives and acknowledge of personal, civic, and social responsibilities; To serve as the Miami Dade College representative for participation in any of the International or National Model United Nation Conferences.
Advisor: Michael Lenaghan
P: 305-237-1631
Co-advisor: Jenny Cuevas
P: 305-237-3623
Co-advisor: Alex Gancedo
P: 305-237-8845

An organization of students that seeks to promote solidarity among all students of Miami Dade College, North Campus generally, and in particular, among students of African descent. Represent the specific concerns of students of African descent in matters that affect them at Miami Dade College, North Campus, promote their welfare and align with other groups with similar concerns. Enable all students to share the cultural wealth of the African continent and the Africa Diaspora and encourage the spirit of multiculturalism within Miami Dade College, North Campus. Create a forum where members can debate, analyze, and engage with each other on contemporary social, political, and cultural issues within or affecting Africa, the African Diaspora or African derivation populations wherever they are found.
Advisor: Miguel Murphy
P: 305-237-8371

An organization of students that seeks to provide opportunities for the postsecondary students to develop vocational competencies for business and office occupations and business teacher education. PBL is an integral part of the instructional program and in addition promotes a sense of civic and personal responsibility.
Advisor: Rene Choy
P: 305-237-1215
Co-advisor: Rosalyn Puzey
P: 305-237-1239
Co-advisor: Julio Borges
P: 305-237-1236

An organization of students that seeks to recognize and encourage scholarship among members. In order to work towards accomplishing this goal, the Mu Epsilon Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society shall provide opportunities for the development of leadership, scholarship, fellowship, and service.
Advisor: Nora Dawkins
P: 305-237-8121
Co-advisor: Sandra Martinez
P: 305-237-1107
Co-advisor: Richard Patton
P: 305-237-1103

An organization of students that seeks to promote opportunities for academic and professional advancement and civic involvement for students interested in pursuing careers in health allied professions, especially in the field of medicine and pharmacy.
Advisor: Jorge Obeso
P: 305-237-8088
Co-avisor: Fredy Ruiz
P: 305-237-4130
Co-advisor: Lesly Philippe
P: 305-237-1570

An organization of students that seeks to promote professional development of psychology students in two year colleges through promotion and recognition of excellence in scholarship, leadership, research, and community service.
Advisor: Mayte Insua-Ausais
P: 305-237-1694
Co-advisor: Minca Davis-Brantley
P: 305-237-1876

An organization of students that seeks to provide student members (psychology & non-psychology majors) an opportunity to explore topics related to the field of psychology via a variety of educational and service related activities.
Advisor: Arlene Garcia
P: 305-237-1880
Co-advisor: Valarie De Angelis
P: 305-237-1464
Advisor: Carola Pedreschi
P: 305-237-1817

An organization of students that seeks to show students the relation between mathematics and other disciplines, more specific, between Physics and Math, Engineering and Math throughout activities where will be provided hands on training in designing, building, and programming of robots.
Advisor: Manuel Carames
P: 305-237-1013
Co-advisor: Randy Smith
P: 305-237-1261

An organization of students that seeks to provide an opportunity for MDC students to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.
Advisor: Barbara Pryor
P: 305-237-1448
Co-advisor: Stevenson Charlot
P: 305-237-7510

An organization of students that seeks to educate students about the global world, assure the establishment of UN Millennium Development goals in different third world countries, promote liberty freedom in different member states, and to help fund the victims of natural disasters and human conflicts.
Advisor: Harold Silva
P: 305-237-8358

An organization of students that seeks to teach and assist students to learn through new innovation technology, by showing and creating accessible arenas and venues to achieve their personal goals. In doing this, we help students to create balance in school as well as in their personal life. We aim to use emerging technology tools effectively through learning, create strategies of learning to fulfill student's personal, civic and social responsibilities, and apply what they have learned toward advancement in life.
Advisor: Hanadi Saleh
P: 305-237-1383

An organization of students that seeks to bring about equal rights and opportunities for all, including youth, immigrants, and the oppressed. To work for access to education, civic engagement, and leadership developments for direct actions on social issues. To unite under the premises of equality human rights and the conviction that no movement can succeed without youth power.
Advisor: Juan Carlos Catala
P: 305-237-1297

An organization of students that seeks promotes solidarity among all students of Miami Dade College generally, and in particular, among students that are STEM majors. Respect the specific concerns of students studying Science or STEM related careers in matters that affect them at Miami Dade College, promote their Welfare and align with other student groups with similar concerns. Create a forum where members can debate, analyze and engage with each other on chemistry related issues within or affecting the educational domain. Strive to work hand in hand with other student organizations and Student Life on issues that concern all Miami Dade Students. Raise awareness and to arouse interest in the heart, soul, and mind of STEM majors within Miami Dade College.
Advisor: Pedro Garcia
P: 305-237-8093

Advisor: Kenyasha Jenkins
P: 305-237-1907
Co-advisor: Michael Mason
P: 305-237-1907

An organization of students that seeks to enrich the academic environment by promoting the growth and appreciation of anime as an art form as well as the awareness and understanding of all the Asian Cultures.
Advisor: Victor Gomez
P: 305-237-1410

An organization of students that seeks to engage, equip, and empower future professionals with innovative networking career strategies and principals to collaborate with local companies and business owners to establish notable internships.
Advisor: Daniella Pierre
P: 305-237-1252
Advisor: Fredric Toney
P: 305-237-1662

An organization of students that seeks to inspire students to gain an appreciation for reading and writing, and to promote writing outside the classroom.
Advisor: Sabrina Walters
P: 305-237-1110

An organization of students that seeks to (a) to unify students of the Miami Dade College, North Campus in order to best attend to the concerns of Caribbean and students of Caribbean descent; (b) to provide a medium of interaction between Caribbean and students of Caribbean descent throughout Miami Dade College, North Campus; the state of Florida and the United States of America; (c) to educate students of non-Caribbean background and Caribbean culture.
Advisor: Miguel Murphy
P: 305-237-8371

An organization of students that seeks to involve positive change toward a society in which lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-gender, queer and straight individuals can participate free of negative stereotypes and as equal members of society. We seek to promote awareness of, educate others about, set a positive example for, and provide support to the sexual minority community.
Advisor: Amnel Molina
P: 305-237-1260
Advisor: Alena Fresquet
P: 305-237-1434
Advisor: Valeire DeAngelis
P: 305-237-1464

An organization of students that seeks to minister to the spiritual needs of the students of Miami Dade College, North Campus through prayer, discipleship, evangelism, and fellowship. Also, to provide an organization and atmosphere through which students can have an opportunity to worship God.
Advisor: Carol Ann Steele
P: 305-237-8120

An organization of students that seeks to raise awareness about the struggles of women in today's society. We will enrich the lives of Miami Dade College, North Campus students by offering them the opportunity to volunteer at local women's shelters and learn about the fight of these women. Additionally, club members will also become more informed about Women of Women International, a non-profit organization helping women around the world. Lastly, they will obtain a fundamental understanding about the various internship and volunteer opportunities related to this cause in the United States and Europe.
Advisor: Jennie Olaguibel-Lundahl
P: 305-237-1319
Advisor: Ellen Milmed
P: 305-237-1318

An organization of students that seeks to raise awareness about the human interaction with the environment through education and community service.
Advisor: Ginny Peterson-Tennant
P: 305-237-1030
Advisor: Carola Pedreschi
P: 305-237-1817

Student Government Association (SGA)

Smiling group of students from the Student Government Association

Student Government Association

Student Government Association is to insure student representation within the college community, realize the benefits of unified action, promote democratic citizenship, accurately represent the student body, and provide a forum for the enactment of policies beneficial for the student body.

Student Publications

  • AXIS magazine logo

    Axis

    Axis is the award-winning magazine showcasing the creative talent of North Campus students.

  • The Reporter Logo

    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.