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Kendall Impact: Changemaking Student Groups

Honors College

Honors College

Since 2002, The Honors College at Miami Dade College has brought together rigorous academics, global perspective, leadership experiences, and an experienced faculty to create a rich and distinguished learning experience. Students are enriched and inspired by Changemaking Professors to led impactful positive change on campus, community, and nationwide, global initiative’s

In the classrooms, bright and ambitious students benefit from our unique approach to education - an approach that has guided our graduates to the most prestigious colleges and universities around the world.

Students build a culture of excellence by recruiting high-achieving students that have the determination and ability to excel in rich, challenging academic programs. Exploring exemplary and creative activities and instructional models that enhance learning. Inspiring a global perspective with the help of renowned civic leaders and renowned figures in the art, science, business and academic fields, while, building leadership skills through discussion, seminars, and travel opportunities. Honors College Students are leaders in the classroom, organizations, community groups, and also in life. At The Honors College, you'll find many opportunities to connect with other students and grow as a leader. In addition to many student groups, you'll find organizations such as:

•Phi Theta Kappa - An internationally acclaimed scholastic honor society.

•Institute for Civic Engagement and Democracy - A service-learning initiative that provides opportunities for growth as a community volunteer

•National Society of Leadership and Success - Encouraging community action, volunteerism, personal growth, and strong leadership, the NSLS seeks to create positive change.

•Model United Nations - This simulation of the U.N. General Assembly brings together students from around the world, creating awareness of pressing global challenges and promoting global cooperation.

•Student Government Association - The voice of the student body, SGA represents student interests to campus leadership.

The Honors College is located in room 8205, 305-237-2861, (305)-237-2873|


Shark Athletics

Post-Hurricane Harvey Basketball Kids Camp

Volleyball “You are a Champ” Children’s Camp

Hurricane Irma Relief Drive

MDC Kendall Campus Spooky Night

United Way Zumba-thon

Health and Wellness, American Red Cross Student Club Hurricane Irma fundraiser

Health and Wellness, American Red Cross Student Club Hurricane Irma fundraiser

Health and Wellness, American Red Cross Student Club Hurricane Irma fundraiser



 Sharks Athletics

Athletics role provides our student-athletes with opportunities to reach out and interact with the community by promoting the importance of education, learning and teaching sports/fitness to a diverse community. As young change makers, the student-athletes learn how to be a positive influence and become mentors who can motivate and inspire young kids in their surrounding community.

The Athletic Department is located on the 3rd floor of building 7000, Gibson Health Center

Contact Alysia Dyer,