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The Student Activities Office develops, plans, and implements events and activities and provides resources to Moorpark College students. Working in collaboration with other departments, Student Activities brings fun and vitality to the campus while promoting community involvement and personal development. Moorpark College offers a variety of ways for its students to get involved in extracurricular activities.

The Student Activities Office is located in the Campus Center, across from the Bookstore, and is open Monday - Thursday from 8:00am - 5:00pm and most Fridays from 8:00am - 12:00pm. Visit our Contact Us page for more details about office closure dates, or call (805) 378-1434.

Student government

Participating in student government provides for leadership development opportunities.Your student government, the Associated Students of Moorpark College (ASMC), is here to promote the general welfare of Moorpark College students and to provide a voice for its students’ ideas and opinions. ASMC provides opportunities for students to get involved in campus life by hosting events and activities, and they provide training and financial support to student organizations.

See the Associated Students page for more details on how ASMC serves the Moorpark College student body, and to meet its Board of Directors.

Student organizations

Moorpark College’s student organizations provide students with opportunities to collaborate with others of similar personal interests while often times applying classroom theories, concepts, and principles to real-life situations. Students who participate in on-campus organizations gain valuable leadership experience while developing personal and professional relationships. 

See the Student Organizations page for more information about current clubs, details on how to join in on the fun, and instructions on how to form your own student organizations.

Additional involvement opportunitiesStudents can also get involved in Performing Arts at Moorpark College.

In addition to its Student Government and over 45 student organizations, Moorpark College’s campus life activities extend to include intercollegiate athletics, performing arts, media art, and on-campus employment. Students can also apply to become peer mentor through MC's Peer Mentor Program!

Learn more about what's going on this semester at Moorpark College by visiting the Student Activities Office calendar.

Campus-wide events

Moorpark College hosts dozens of talks, activities and events on campus. Some of the bigger annual events include Multicultural Day, Spring Festival, and America's Teaching Zoo's Spring Spectacular and Rendezvous at the Zoo, among others.