Yes, there’s someone here who shares your interests. And yes—there are plenty of people here who can help you become the leader you are meant to be.
If you’re like most MCLA students, you’ll want to be involved in multiple clubs and activities. We have over 50—and if you don’t see anything that suits you, it’s easy to start your own.
MCLA’s Student Affairs staff encourages our students to lead lives that balance academics, critical thinking, activism, volunteerism, leadership, and more. We’re also here for you as you find your voice in our community—come visit us on the third floor of the Amsler Campus Center!
MCLA’s Student Government Association sponsors and provides funding to our 50+ clubs, from Aikido to Yorick Shakespeare Club.
Be the voice of the student body by running for a position on our Student Government Association. Meet routinely with College staff, faculty, and administrators to voice student concerns and advocate for change.
MCLA students contribute thousands of volunteer hours, running youth programs, helping out on service days, through the College food pantry, and more. Find out how you can contribute.
The Multicultural Education Resource Center encourages cross-cultural relations, student empowerment, and leadership. Learn how you can get involved.
The center provides support and education around women's issues on campus. Learn how you can get involved.
The Identity and Gender Equality Resource Center (IGE) works to develop and cultivate a LGBTQIA+ friendly and knowledgeable community, not just at MCLA, but also throughout the greater Northern Berkshire Community. Learn how to contribute to the IGE’s efforts.
Peer advisors are juniors and seniors who are trained and dedicated to helping first-year students thrive during their college years.
25 years strong, this conference will help you enhance the critical skills you need to be a leader in the classroom and in your life.
An important part of orientation: MCLA students and alumni! Orientation leaders help run this summer program and are an excellent resource for new students. Bonus: You get to live in the Berkshires all summer.
Do high-pressure scenarios get your adrenaline pumping? Do you often read political news and then ponder what you would do if you had been in the same situation? Are you interested in time travel—past, present, or both?
If so, you’re in luck—thanks to the hard work of MCLA students, there’s now a Model UN club on campus.