At the Hialeah Campus, we want our students to get the most out of their college experience. MDC Hialeah Campus offers a number of clubs and organizations and an array of academic support and enrichment activities to help our students succeed in school and as alumni. From orientation to graduation, Miami Dade College- Hialeah Campus creates opportunities that last a lifetime.
Student Government Association (SGA)
The Student Government Association is the voice of the student body and represents students' interests and concerns to the campus leadership. Through Student Government, students build leadership, organizational and communication skills. They also have the opportunity to represent the student body in campus, collage, and statewide meetings.
The Reporter is the student newspaper at Miami Dade College. All content is produced by MDC students. The Reporter is a public forum of expression.
Evoking the atmosphere of literary cafes and the coffee culture of Hialeah, Café Cultura is an award winning arts magazine which showcases the creative talents of Hialeah Campus students.
Advisor: Victor Calderin
Advisor: Ivonne Lamazares
Clubs and Organizations
Each campus has a culture that is as diverse its student body. Each offers an opportunity for teamwork and leadership. Can’t find a club that suits your interests? You can start a new organization.
The Bee Club is the newest and sweetest club in Hialeah. To BEE or not to BEE, we’re all part of the solution. Field trips, service learning, fun activities, movies and healthy snacks.
Advisor: Prof. Ileana Porges-West
The Chosen Generation Club provides Christian students with the opportunity to come together in fellowship and participate in faith centered activities.
Advisor: Aimee Lorenzzi
The Hialeah Performing Arts and Music Club promotes cultural enrichment amongst the student body, allowing students to gain an artistic view through event participation on and off campus.
Advisor: Sergio Gonzalez
SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development.
Advisor: Rodolfo Cruz
Discuss, debate and share ideas about issues currently going on in society. This will help develop critical thinking skills and help students develop their own personal philosophies.
Advisor: Josh Sheptow
The purpose of Y.E.S. is to empower, motivate, and educate students about environmental issues facing societies today, inspiring leadership and taking action on a regular basis.
Advisor: Karen Alvarez-Delfin
Student Organization Forms
- Cash Deposit Remittance (PDF)
- To Join an organization or register a new organization visit SharkNet
- Organization Registration Form (PDF)
- Member Form (PDF)
- Registered Student Organization Requirements (PDF)
- Funds Request Form (PDF)
- Student Org Advisor Guide (PDF)
- College-wide Constitution Template (PDF)