Be an ACTIVE member of our MPCC college community!
Extracurricular activities let you apply what you learn in the classroom and help you build a foundation for success after college. Being involved and participating in the many programs and events at Mid-Plains Community College will enrich your college years. Just think of the memories and friends you’ll make!
Student life at the MPCC offers a variety of opportunities to help you develop and shine as a leader. The
many organizations and activities provide a great break from your studies while allowing you to explore new interests, develop skills, enhance your class work, and make a difference in the College’s community. Attending classes is only part of a rich college experience.
Become involved with a club or campus based organization. For detailed information, click on a link!
Click here to sign up for MPCCAlert the college’s emergency notification system. It’s free to all MPCC students, staff and faculty.
MPCC Office of Student Life
The McCook Community College and North Platte Community College Offices of Student Life create and sponsor student activity initiatives. Student life is not only an integral part of the campus community found at MPCC, but is also a fundamental part of the educational process. The MPCC Office of Student Life provides learning opportunities for students to enhance their overall educational experience through their involvement with all the programs sponsored by our department.
Past activities have ranged from:
- Live musical performances.
- Novelty acts
- Guest lecturers
- Community BBQs
- Ice Cream Socials
- Lazer Tag
- Bouncy Houses
- Game shows
Got an idea for an activity or event that you want to see on campus?
At McCook Community College, contact Jessica Hinrichs, Student Activities, 308-345-8108 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
At North Platte Community College, contact Stanley Mugeki, Director of Housing/Student Activities, at 308-535-3795 or e-mail at email@example.com
MPCC is committed to putting the “student” back in student programs. Send us your ideas and we’ll try to make them a reality!