Looking to get involved? The Office of Student Activities supports many on-campus clubs and organizations that provide wonderful opportunities for you to join, lead and expand your horizons, make friends and have fun.
The Art Club visits exhibitions and museums, displays and sells members' works in fairs, and invites artists and craftsmen for demonstrations and workshops.
SCC's intercollegiate sports are men's baseball and women's and softball. Eligibility requirements are defined by the National Junior College Athletic Association. In addition, the college may offer intramural or club-level sports.
The College Choir performs both popular and sacred music for choral and solo voices. The College Choir has performed in concert locally and as far away as New York, Florida, Washington, D.C., London, and Puerto Rico.
The Cosmetology Club sponsors educational programs and trips to enhance classroom learning and to promote understanding between cosmetologists and the public.
Creative Writing Club
The Creative Writing Club pledges to promote and advance the craft of student writers. Assembling monthly to examine poetry, fiction, and stage play and screenplay techniques, members create a forum for live reading and discussion of both original and published works. Emphasis is placed on craft, delivery, audience awareness, and the publishing industry. The Creative Writing Club also edits, publishes, and markets Aries, the college journal of arts and literature.
Criminal Justice Cub
This club promotes fellowship among club members and contact with the community and other agencies and strives to develop new concepts that will improve the criminal justice system.
Early Childhood Leaders Club
The Early Childhood Leaders Club is an organization seeking to foster the professional growth of current and future early childhood leaders to encourage fellowship among them, while promoting excellence in care, education, and services for young children and families.
Environmental Action Club
This club was organized to promote the preservation and conservation of all wildlife, to raise the level of public awareness of the threats to wildlife, to promote and protect the growth of native trees and wildflowers, to encourage fellowship among all sportsmen and environmentalists, to involve students in civic service, and to bring about a spirit of communication with all creation. This club consists of interested students, faculty, and staff.
Forestry students enjoy recreational and service opportunities through this club, which promotes the social and economic aspects of forestry through educational programs and activities and builds a sense of professionalism and responsibility in its members. Activities usually include an annual poster contest that provides student scholarships each semester.
Massage Therapy Club
The Massage Therapy Club promotes awareness of therapeutic massage and its benefits in the community and utilizes students of the Therapeutic Massage Program as positive and professional examples of the program and the career.
Medical Lab Technician Club
The MLT Club provides members with current issues in the profession, promotes public awareness of the profession, provides funds for the MLT scholarships and supports social activities for MLT students. MLT and pre-MLT students are encouraged to join.
National Student Nurses Association
The National Student Nurses Association serves as a communication link with district, state, and national nursing associations. The organization encourages nursing students to promote and maintain high educational and professional standards. Practical Nursing students who intend to continue into the ADN program at a future date and Associate Degree Nursing students are encouraged but not required to join the NSNA.
Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Beta Lambda is the collegiate division of FBLA - Future Business Leaders of America. PBL offers many opportunities in leadership, community service, and competitive events. We participate in a broad range of projects and ventures on the national, state, and local levels. We organize community service projects, attend state and national leadership conferences and workshops plus have the opportunity to network with Colleges and Universities from across the United States. Anyone with an interest in business can join PBL. Attend a meeting for more information.
Phi Theta Kappa
College transfer and technical students accumulating a grade point average of 3.5 or better on at least 12 semester hours are eligible for nomination to this national honorary academic society for junior college students. The chapter recognizes academic excellence and sponsors service projects.
This organization encourages student interest in science and provides an opportunity for students and faculty to share their interests. Full-time students in the Associate in Science Program are eligible for the SCC Science Club Scholarship during both their first and second year within the program. Activities usually include meetings with visiting scientists as guest lecturers; "real life science-related" field trips; interaction with science students from neighboring institutions; and participation in projects, such as Earth Day activities, that help the college and local communities.
Aries, an SCC publication, gives students and members of the college and community the opportunity to express their ideas and creativity. It contains the writings and art work of SCC students, faculty and staff, and community residents. SCC English instructors coordinate and advise this project.