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Official Club and Organization Listing
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Rockville Campus
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Updated April 2013
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Each club is assigned a dedicated OSL staff members to assist with club needs:
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Clubs A-L work with Student Life Specialist Val Melgosa, contact information is 240.567.7181 or val.melgosa@montgomerycollege.edu
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Clubs M-Z work with Student LifeSpecialist Jane Ssemanda, contact inforamton is 240.567.4217; jane.ssemanda@montgomerycollege.edu
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Club NameClub PurposeClub Contact InformationClub meeting date, time
& location
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Agapé Campus Christian Fellowship of Montgomery College, Rockville CampusSharing God’s love on campus; cultivating personal relationships with God through teaching, encouraging, mentoring and community life with others; and developing leaders who will share the love of Christ and foster a loving community on campus.Christal Ramos
agape.at.mc@gmail.com
Wednesdays
4:00-6:30pm in HU 222
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Ambassadors for Christ ClubChristian fellowship sharing the Word of God through Biblical foresight,concepts,and scriptures, while becoming Ambassadors for Christ.Maria Diaz
mvilleg8@montgomerycollege.edu
Fridays 1:00-2:30pm in HU 104
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Anime & Video Game Club (TAG)Our goal is to promote association and friendships
amoung people who share the common interests of anime, games,
Jill Walker
jwalk142@montgomerycollege.edu
Fridays
2:00-5:00pm in SW111
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Anthropology ClubTo promote cultural appreciation of the present and past through the study of humankind or anthropology—from the Greek anthropos (“human”) and logia (“study”). Events, activities, and advocacy focus on the diversity of MC’s community.Meagan LeBlanc
mleblan6@montgomerycollege.edu
Fridays 12:00-1:00pm in MT212
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Astronomy ClubThe purpose of the club is to involve students in the world of astronomy.Isadore (Ike) Kramer
ikramer@montgomerycollege.edu
Fridays 4:00-6:00pm in SC404
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Baha'i ClubTo raise awareness of the unfair treatment that Baha'is in Iran are receiving when it comes to the educational system.Mona Lotfi mlotfi4@montgomerycollege.eduTBA
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Bethel Campus FellowshipLeading young students to Christ to become reliable men and woman to pass on the Word to the next generation.Etaka labule
Elabule@montgomerycollege.edu
Wednesdays 2:00-4:30pm in HU106
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Black Box PlayersTo educate students in the performing arts, especially in theatre, productions, and other opportunities on and off campus.Renwick Paige
rpaige2@montgomerycollege.edu
Fridays at 1pm in TA148
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Caribbean Student
Association
To inform those who are interested in the caribbean
culture and to keep those who are caribbean updated with current events.
Christina Burke
cburke34@montgomerycollege.edu
TBA
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Chavurah at MCTo provide [Jewish] students an opportunity to meet and interact with one another while expanding their knowledge of unique Jewish cultures, customs, and identities through cultural activities, learning, etc.Monica Azhdam
chavurahmc@gmail.com
TBA
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Chess ClubTo Support all student life chess activities.Anton Lagergren
alagergr@montgomerycollege.edu
TBA
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Comic ClubMain goal will be to published a Comic BookAly Badara Sylla Mariamesylla02@montgomerycollege.eduTBA
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Cricket ClubTo promote the sport of cricket to the MC college community; participate in national and regional cricket tournments.Wahab Syed
wsyed@montgomerycollege.edu
TBA
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Dancers of MC ClubThis is a community that supports and motivates dancers of different styles. Tsaitami Duchiecela
tduchice@montgomerycollege.edu
Wednesdays 2:30-6:00pm in PE112
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DESI Beats ClubOur club is to acknowledge students about rich Indian culture through celebrating festivals of India and showcasing dance and music.Monaraj Ahuja
mahuja@montgomerycollege.edu
Fridays 5:00-7:00pm in CC015
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D.R.E.A.M ClubThe mission of the dream club is to bring together Montgomery county community college students with and without intellecual and Developement Disabilities to form a strong sense of community and friendship at th college.Lily Stone entone@montgomerycollege.eduWednesday 4/17 4-5pm in CC015
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Early Childhood Education Club (ECE Club)The Early Childhood Education Club is to help students reach their goals to work in early childhood education by providing networking opportunities, serving the early childhood community, and offering valuable experience working with young children.Estella Flank
estelle.flank@montgomerycollege.edu
Sonia Hernandez
sonial.hernandez@montgomerycollege.edu
First Friday of every month 7:00-8:30pm in CC015
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Engineers Without Borders
(Montgomery College Chapter)
The purpose of our club is to support community-driven programs worldwide with collaboration with local partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects.Mark Adams
madams72@montgomerycollege.edu
TBA
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Exploring ChristianityEngaging students in discussions and questions about Christianity and the Bible, primarily through small group meetings and events.Kristen Emelio kemelio@montgomerycollege.eduThursdays 3:00-4:30 in CC207
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First Year Experience ClubTo provide guidence during the transition from high school/ work to collegeErika Merino
emerino6@montgomerycollege.edu
TBA
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Gamma Theta Upsilon/Geography ClubThe purpose of GTU and The Geography Club is to encourage student participation in geographical awareness and community service.Megan Bartlett
mbartlett@montgomerycollege.edu
T & Th 5pm in TC217
from 6:30-8:30pm
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Geology ClubTo educate and entertain those who are interested in geologyJessica Lindsay jlinda16@montgomerycollege.eduThursdays 3:30-4:30 in SC404
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History ClubTo enjoy, share, analyze, and explore the reaches of history.Genevieve Leary
gleary@montgomerycollege.edu
TBA
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Interior Design ClubTo provide educational seminars on the interior design and related industries. To foster student involvement in community service. To promote industry awarness and product knowledge. Chantal Sheppard
chantal.sheppard@montgomerycollege.edu
Wednesdays 12:00-12:50pm in TC248
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International Studies ClubThe mission of the ISC is to further a better understanding of international affairs and international relatons for its membership and for the college community as a whole.Maggie O'brien mobrie55@montgomerycollege.eduWednesdays 3:30-5pm in HU202
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Justice for Students in America
(JSA)
JSA is a coalition of multi-ethnic, grassroots, college student movement dedicated to restructuring the broken immigration system and equalizing educational opportunities for all students.Karla Clara Vega
jsa.justice4students@gmail.com
TBA
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Latino Student UnionTo promote the welfare of the Hispanic community through community service and social events.
Veronica Gonzales
vgonza24@montgomerycollege.edu
Fridays
1:00-3:00pm in PE112
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Lyrical Hip Hop
Dance Club
To enbrace the art of dance and to gather peers together who love to dance.Victoria Howard
vhowar11@montgomerycollege.edu
T & TH in PE121
6:30-8:30pm
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MC Engineering ClubHelp MC Students acquire the expertise and knowledge on engineering conceptsArmand Nokbak
mcengineeringclub@ymail.com
TBA
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MC Green ClubTo grow awareness about the effects we have on the environment that sustains us.Tim Mcwhirter
timothy.mcwhirter@montgomerycollege.edu
Tuesdays 3:15-4:15 in CC207
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Mo Co FAM
(Filipino Club)
The purpose of the "MoCoFAM” is to unite Filipinos, Filipino-Americans, and others in promoting our culture, developing the potential of Filipino-American youth as community leaders and organizers, and raising awareness of the Filipino-American community.Clarisse Mayugu
cmayuga@montgomerycollege.edu
2/21, 3/14, & 4/2/2013 1:00 -2:30pm in SB005
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Math ClubTo promote math skills through professional and peer tutoring / activities.Tin Lok Wong twong@montgomerycollege.edu2/22, 3/29, 5/3/13, SW016
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Music ClubTo provide a positive united community for musicians and music appreciators. To give musicians a place and time to gather to share, talents, tastes and the joy of music.Christopher Roa christopherroa2@gmail.comThursdays 2-5pm, Location: TBD
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Rugby ClubTo introduce the sport Rugby to all that want to learn, and allow those who have played before to enjoy the sport at a recreational level.Michael James mjames42@montgomerycollege.eduTuesdays and Thursdays, 3:00-4:30pm, Welsh Park
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Montgomery College Student Chapter of IEEEThe purpose of "MC IEEE "shall be to both spread the awareness of opportunities in the engineering field and allow students to become active in the engineering community.Michael Varghese mvarghe2@montgomerycollege.eduFridays 1:30-3:30pm in SC431
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Muslim Student AssociationThe goal of the MSA is to provide an environment where Muslims and non-Muslim students from all different ethnic backgrounds and regions can come together. Our goal is to educate everyone about Islam through a variety of activities and events.Mukhtar Kabir Mkabir4@montgomerycollege.eduFridays 1:30-3:00pm in CC207
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On-Campus Cultural Exchange ClubTo learn about the different cultures attending MC through activities and events.On Campus Cultural Exchange Club occep2012@gmail.comFridays 2:00-4:00pm in HU010
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People's AllianceTo provide a safe place for the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) community, and their straight allies. We also hope to inform and spread awareness and acceptance.Ben Gollub mcpeoplesallianceclub@gmail.comMondays 3-4:30pm in CC015
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Philosophy ClubTo explore and investigate philosophocal implications of real issues/topics using concepts and ideas during open discussions. Including topics ranging from politics to physics to psychology to epistemology to GOD philospophy. Bill Soderberg bill.soderburg@montgomerycollege.eduTBD
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Physics ClubTo expand understanding of physics to the student body as well as increase interest in the STEM fields by demonstrating connections between physics and everday life. Natalie DeNigris ndeniari@montgomerycollege.eduFridays 1-2:30pm in HU128
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Psychology ClubThe purpose is to support and facilitate student discusson on how psychology relates to world around us, and how an understanding of psychological concepts can improve our quality of life. Ben Gollub bgollub@montgomerycollege.eduTBD
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Robotics ClubThe purpose of "MC Robotics Club" shall be to promote robotics and provide opportunities for students to work hands-on robotics related projects.Chienann Alex Hou chiennannalex.hou@montgomerycollege.eduFridays 2:00-4:00pm in SC431
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MC Royal Steppers ClubThe purpose is to step in rhythm of moves performed incline to stomping chanting and hanclapping. while creating an enviroment for unity, throughout team work ad encouraging self discipline through college lives.Tierra Baker mcroyasteppers@gmail.comMonday, Wednesday, Friday, 3:15-4:45pm in CC155
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Social Life Club To enrich the social aspects of MC students. To build a sense of community for students. To organize activities and events that create an outlet for social networking.To promote involvement and give students and opportunity to interact.SLC Team mc.sociallifeclub@gmail.comTBD
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Student Architects ClubTo explore the architecture around us -- to perform community service in regards to enhancing existing and new buildings -- to visit buildings and firms on field trips and invite professionals to learn more about architectureIngrid Argueta argueta-ingrid@yahoo.comThursdays 12:00-1:00pm in TC214
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Student Business AssociationTo create opportunities for MC students to expand their knowledge and skills on all aspects of business by organizing discussion, workshops & events. Cheick Keita ckeita@montgomerycollege.eduTuesdays 3:00-5:00pm in PE114
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Student Construction AssociationTo educate students on construction practices and the culture of the industry.Patti Secreto patti.secreto@montgomerycollege.eduEvery other Thursday starting 2/28, 4:45-6:00pm in TC235
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Veterans and Active Duty Military ClubTo raise awareness amongst the local and college community regarding the military lifestyle, provide mentoring opportunities for military and students considering a career in the military, promote social activities for veterans and active duty students.Greg Shaw gshaw311@yahoo.comEvery other Tuesdays 3:30pm in CS107
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Womens Studies Student ClubTo reach out to stucents who want to leare more about women issues. To help educate students and them involved in womens issues. Students will gain a knowledge of women's history and network or people who care about women issuesGenevieve Leary gleary@montgomerycollege.eduFridays 2:00-3:30pm in CC213
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The Dungeons and Dragons ClubTo teach members the game play and mechanics of tabletop fantasy games. To have members work cooperatively both inside and outside th game table. Michael Wagner mwagne33@montgomerycollege.eduFridays 3:00-7:00pm in HU128
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The Young Democrats ClubTo promote Obama's campaign, to get college students to volunteer (also for political issues), to learn about politics, to have a closer community, and to support each other in having the same interestShara Bahanan sbahanan@montgomerycollege.eduTuesdays 2:00-3:00pm in HU104
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Zumba ClubAn exhilarating dance fitness program. International dances like samba, salsa and belly dances are incorporated to exercise fitness. It’s a workout that burns calories and tones your body while having fun! Yasmin Akhlaghi yakhlaghi@yahoo.comTuesdays, 5:20-6:20pm in PE121
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