Student Union

  • The Student Union offers the College community a warm and welcoming environment to gather, relax, meet, and learn. It is the mission of the Student Union to foster a strong sense of community and provide diverse opportunities for personal growth that enhance the overall learning experience at MHCC. Various events and presentations are offered frequently—free of charge—with a particular emphasis on the performing and visual arts, current events, education, cultural awareness, and other topics relevant to today’s student. The walls of the Fireplace Gallery celebrate local and national artists with a new exhibit of original artwork each month. Located at the South End of the Main Academic Center, the Student Union is the site of numerous events throughout the year. More information about the programs and services of the Student Union are available at the Student Union Front Desk, or by calling 503-491-7277.

  • Contact Us

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    The Student Union Front Desk 503-491-7277 serves as a central information area with numerous services, including:

    • Mac and PC Computer lab
    • Student Activity/ID Cards issued and renewed
    • Locker rentals
    • Lost and found for the Gresham campus
    • Poster approvals
    • Photocopy machine
    • Campus way-finding

    Final’s Week Hours
    Monday - Friday - 8 a.m. – 5p.m.

    Regular Hours
    Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
    Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

  • Programs and offices housed in the Student Union include:

    • Associated Student Government (ASG) , Room 1055. The center for student leadership, activities, advocacy, and action.
    • Barney's Pantry -An ASG food bank program for "students helping students", Room 1051
    • Diversity Resource Center (DRC) , Room 1050. The Diversity Resource Center is a hub of resources, services, events and programming related to supporting and celebrating the rich cultural diversity that characterizes the MHCC community.
    • Student Activities (SA), Room 1053
    • Student Organizations and Clubs , Room 1055. With over 20 student clubs on campus, each with a specific interest ranging from art to specific fields of study and everything in between, learn how to get involved and make a difference!
    • Prayer and Meditation Space, Room AC 1056