Academic & Professional

Name Description Advisor Email
Accounting-Business SocietyAccounting-Business Society is an academic and professional organization for students who are majoring in any business field. The purpose of the Accounting-Business Society is to foster a greater understanding of the accounting and business professions, to provide an avenue by which students, alumni, accountants, and business persons can interact for the benefit of all, and to provide technical and managerial leadership for other Missouri Valley College campus organizations.

The organization offers activities designed for fun, camaraderie and education. Getting involved on campus is a unique way to develop leadership skills and is an excellent method to meet other students who share common interests. Besides learning about the accounting-business profession in a relaxed atmosphere, the members get a chance to meet other accounting-business majors and potential employers, providing a great networking opportunity.
Christina Wilson & Tracey,
Athletic Training Student Organization (ATSO)To build interest and achieve a better working knowledge of athletic training and other allied health fields by sharing ideas, goals, and experiences through meeting, clinics, and other events. David
National Association for Music Education (NAfME-C)The National Association for Music Education-Collegiate is a nation wide organization that is in conjunction with the National Association for Music Education. NAfME-C is a professional development organization dedicated to learning beyond the classroom. Its purpose is to provide its members with the opportunity to communicate and learn from members of NAfME-C in different colleges, leaders in the field of music education, and the local music education community. This organization is also a support system for students who are student teaching in the field of music education.James
Student Missouri State Teacher's AssociationAn organization of future teachers who engage in projects to help local schools and students.Linda
Student Nurses Association (SNA)The Student Nurses Association is comprised of Nursing Majors. SNA works to provide opportunity for personal, intellectual, professional, and social growth of its members. Much of this is incorporated into health information and services that are provided to the campus and community. Each Nursing student is encouraged to cultivate leadership skills within the SNA and through membership in The National Student Nursesí Association.Douglas