Student Life & Leadership
Make a contribution, and help your community.
Join a Student Club–have fun and make new friends!
Make SMCC even better–become a student leader.
What’s going on? Check out our Events Calendar.
Welcome to Student Life
Get Interested! • Get Informed! • Get Involved!
Classes and grades are the most important part of your SMCC career—but there’s much more! Maximize your college experience by enjoying activities outside the classroom—you’ll have fun, make new friends, and gain skills and experience that will pay off in your professional and personal life. The Office of Student Life and Leadership supports programs that build community and develop leaders. Your creativity, critical thinking, and people skills will all grow when you get involved in programs like these:
- Student Clubs
- Clubs and Organizations Interest Form
- Student Governance
- Cougar Ambassadors
- Special Events
- Volunteer Activities
Visit the Office of Student Life and Leadership in the Student Union Building, and talk to our friendly staff. Or simply find your area of interest on this page, and call or email the program coordinators. There’s something new happening at South Mountain every day—be a part of it!
The Office of Student Life & Leadership is committed to student leadership growth and development by providing leadership opportunities to demonstrate advocacy, integrity and cultural vitality of our diverse student population. Through these efforts student life seeks to empower students in becoming leaders through professional and social development while promoting purposeful connections at South Mountain Community College.
Developing capable and effective student leaders is our commitment! The Office of Student Life & Leadership strive to enrich a student’s college life through leadership development program and activities within social and cultural awareness while collaborating with the campus community through meaningful experiences. This commitment ensures South Mountain Community College student leaders will successfully demonstrate the necessary skills and abilities in becoming community leaders.