Clubs & Organizations

Student Clubs & Organizations provide an opportunity for students to get involved on campus, develop connections with fellow students, and gain leadership experience, while enriching the college experience for all students.

Student Clubs & Organizations are open to all students except where otherwise noted. If you would like to get involved, contact the Club Advisor for more information.

Don't see a club that interests you? New clubs can be approved by Student Senate. Complete the form below and turn it in to Student Senate to get the ball rolling. All you need is five student members, an employee of the college to be your advisor, and a great idea!

CRU LogoCRU is an interdenominational, student-led, Christian organization open to any student enrolled at HCC who has an active interest in learning about God and His plan for their life. CRU provides group setting opportunities to study and discuss the Bible in real and relevant ways with an open respect towards all thoughts and opinions shared. CRU provides students with an opportunity for fellowship, prayer, encouragement, and spiritual development.

Be a part of an amazing group of women who will help you, encourage you, and teach you to succeed! Visit the EMPOWER program page to learn more about EMPOWER at HCC

HCC Esports League Association would like to invite all students that are interested in gaming.

  • Interested students can stop by room C-229 or contact the Club Advisor, DJ Erickson, at for more information.

The Hibbing Community College Gender-Sexuality Alliance (HCC GSA) aims to create a safe and welcoming community for those who may be LGBTQ+, questioning, and/or supporting.

The goals of the club are having fun, while promote community awareness and participating in educational field trips. We provide the community with a Safe Walk for kids during Halloween and raise funds to support the over 400 kids that attend the event.

  • The club holds monthly meetings/gatherings that are either informational, participating in game night or movie and a pizza.
  • The Law Enforcement Club is restricted to students who are registered in the Law Enforcement Program.
  • To join the club, the cost is $10 and you receive a LE Club patch. Contact the Club Advisor, Mr. Kovacic, at 218-262-7271 for more information.

Multicultural Club is a place to connect, feel included and to create inclusion for all of our diverse students. It is about visiting, building friendships and creating a climate of respect, sensitivity and awareness. Activities include potlucks, annual "world flags" celebrations, outings and more!

The purpose of this group is to build a peer community for student parents connect on issues related to balancing schoolwork and personal aspirations with family responsibilities. The group will also manage the Parent Lab, the new family friendly student area, where the group can host play groups, organize baby/kids clothes exchanges, book exchanges, toy and furniture exchanges, etc.

  • Interested students can reach out to the Club Advisor, Miriam Kero at
  • The Parent Lab will be located in room F26
  • A Mother's Room is currently located in room C151

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The National Honors Society for community college students, Phi Theta Kappa, recognizes students who maintain a high academic standing and who have demonstrated leadership and service learning in the college and community.

  • Students who have maintained a 3.35 GPA after earning 12 credits are invited to become members.
  • Questions about Phi Theta Kappa can be directed to Mary Iozzo at

The Student Nurses Association welcomes all pre-nursing and nursing students as members. The group fosters professional development for future nurses. Opportunities for leadership roles and educational events are provided. The club also contributes to various non-profit organizations in the community through fund-raising and volunteer efforts. Group members hold social events for students to help relax and re-energize throughout the semester.

  • The Student Nurses Association is restricted to students who are enrolled as pre-nursing students and/or in the HCC Nursing Program.
  • The president of the SNA changes each year, but if you would like more information about this club or would like to get in touch with the SNA president, please contact the Club Advisor, Sandy Gustafson, at

Student Senate - Star CampusThe Student Senate is responsible for coordinating social life at the college, and presenting student concerns to the administration. Along with other student committees, the Senate provides opportunities for student involvement on campus. Visit the Student Senate webpage to learn more about Student Government at HCC

  • Student Senate's office is located in room C-107, inside the HCC Student Center, room C-106.
  • For more information on Student Senate, contact the office at 218-262-6741 or
  • Interested students can stop by the Student Senate Office to talk with Student Senate members or reach out to the Student Senate Advisor, Kyle Bianconi for more information at

HCC students, faculty, and staff share ideas, goals, and work on sustainable projects toward making the campus, student housing and the community a more sustainable environment. Visit the Sustainability webpage to learn more about Sustainability at HCC

The Table Top Gaming Club focuses on board games and role playing games like D&D and Pathfinder.

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The Veterans Club exists to continue their mission of community service and to create a positive environment for veterans, current military, and their families. Visit the Veterans Services webpage to learn more about Veterans Services at HCC

  • The Veterans' Resource Center is located in room C-105.
  • Interested students can reach out to the Club Advisor, Barry Martinson, at

The Women's Cardinals Lean In Circle is a place where women can be unapologetically ambitious. Where we can give voice to our dreams and find the encouragement to start chasing them. Our Circle is a place for sharing ideas, gaining skills, seeking advice, and showing solidarity. It’s a place where we help each other become our very best selves.

Student Event Planning

Event Planning Checklist - Student Clubs and Organizations can use this Checklist when planning an event to make sure that they have completed all necessary steps and filled out all required forms when running an event.

HCC Policies - access a complete list of HCC Policies, including those that apply to the use of facilities, advertising on campus, and other topics that Student Clubs and Organizations might find helpful

HCC Faculty/Staff Forms - access a complete list of HCC Faculty and Staff Forms, including those for reserving spaces on campus, updating the website, requesting maintenance assistance, requesting culinary services, and more.