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Student Clubs and Organizations
Student organizations and clubs are outstanding opportunities for students to build relationships with student-peers, faculty and professionals with common goals and ambitions while having fun. Connecting through activities, networking and field-experiences creates unique bonds of friendship. Find your group below!

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.

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 as another student group, the Student Activities Office encourages students to combine resources to maximize a student group's potential growth and development. 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.

Organization Resources

Form a New Club

Interested in Starting a New Club or Organization, NEMCC encourages students to create student groups when the group they are establishing enhances and complements the College’s mission and goals. 

Fundraising Requests

Students must complete this form before beginning any fundraising efforts and wait for the Office of Student Activities to approve the request. Students must complete a separate fundraising application form for each fundraising activity.

Officer Updates

Each student organization at Northeast must provide the Office of Student Activities with the most current contact information for all officers. Please complete this form and return it to the Office of Student Activities.

Current Student Organizations

Club or Organization

ACSM (American Congress on Surveying & Mapping)

Open to students who are interested in the area of surveying and mapping. The objective of ACSM is to advance the sciences of surveying and mapping and related fields


Stewart Moore (

Alpha Delta Nu (Eta Iota Chapter)

The mission of the Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society is to recognize the academic excellence of students in the study of Associate Degree Nursing. The society encourages the pursuit of advance degrees in the profession of nursing as well as continuing education as a life-long professional responsibility.


Kristi Reece (

Beth Dawson (

Archery Club


Steadman Campbell (

Baptist Student Union

Your Baptist Student Union is a dynamic ministry of 2,130 Mississippi Baptist churches to the college and university campuses across our state. BSU reaches students for Jesus Christ and keeps them engaged in the life of the church throughout their college years. BSU is on 30 campuses across Mississippi (& many more across the nation), offering Christ-centered, student-led, campus minister-directed ministry.

Campus Ministry International

Campus Ministry International (CMI) is a student-led ministry of the UPCI and ALJC. It 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


Carmen Cartwright (

Michael Barron (

Paula Stennett (

Christians on Campus


Jody Long (

Crystal White (

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Student Association

This group is for NEMCC students who are members or friends of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Scripture study classes and fellowship are held weekly.


Michael Byrd (

College Republicans

The NEMCC GOP's purpose is to promote conservative and traditional values, to inform students of current issues, to elect Republicans to all levels of office, and to form the next generation of Republican officials.


Christy Grissom (

Rebecca Elliott (

Janelle Lowrey (

Collegiate DECA

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in high schools and colleges worldwide. 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

Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a student-led Christian organization that spreads the gospel of Jesus Christ on campus to both students and employees.


Shane Scott (

Fellowship of Christian Dental Hygienist - Inactive


Nick Alexander (

Camille Arnold (

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.


Morgan Ricks (

Jessica Morris (

Medical Assisting Student Group

Students enrolled in Medical Assisting Technology are eligible for membership. The purpose of this organization is to promote interest in the medical assisting profession and in the American Association of Medical Assistants. This group shall also serve as a means of establishing harmonious social relationships between its members.


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)

Mississippi Organization of Associate Degree Nursing is built on providing associate nursing students with leadership, service, and responsibility skills that they will carry in the workplace after graduation.


Heather Kirk (

Whitney Miller (

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 interested in agriculture.


Amy Marolt-Alred (

Sayde Potts (

Rocky Hughes (

Northeast & Novels


Ellice Yager (

Mississippi Collegiate FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)

Mississippi Collegiate FBLA, formerly Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), is the collegiate division of FBLA. It is dedicated to inspiring and developing the next generation of leaders by preparing members for careers in business and business-related fields.


Rebecca 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

SkillsUSA is a national nonprofit organization serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations. SkillsUSA was formerly known as VICA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America).


Stevie Lovelace (

Jonathan Shaw (

Student American Dental Hygienist Association


Alana James (

Student Government Association

The purpose of the SGA is to plan activities for the students, hold student discussions, present helpful student suggestions to the faculty and administration, and 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.


Charlotte Tennison (

The Drafters - Inactive


Jeff Melson (

Visual Arts Club

Promotes the Visual Arts and is open to all students on campus.


Tim Kinard (

Crystal Bryde (

Melody Shinn (

Wesley Foundation


Melinda Bowlin