SGA & Clubs

Clubs & Organizations

Looking to get involved? The Office of Student Engagement 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. Click the title to learn more about each club.

The SCC Ambassador Program is an honorary group of students who have been nominated by faculty and staff to represent the college at special events on campus and in the community. Ambassadors must complete a successful interview with the selection committee, have at least a 3.0 GPA, participate in a special leadership training class, and serve the college 3-5 hours each week.

Ready to learn more? Discover the SCC Student Ambassador Program here.

SCC’s intercollegiate sports are men’s baseball and women’s softball, as part of the National Junior College Athletic Association. In addition, the college may offer intramural or club-level sports. Baseball or softball scholarships may be available for student-athletes.

The Automotive Club is an extension of the Automotive Program. The club allows students to be more active in SGA, campus, and community events, all while being part of a team. Members are expected to follow a code of conduct that exemplifies professionalism and demonstrates stewardship of our program, our college, our community, and the planet.

The Cosmetology Club sponsors educational programs and trips to enhance classroom learning and to promote understanding between cosmetologists and the public. Members may participate in SkillsUSA competitions on local, state and higher levels, where students have the opportunity to earn scholarship monies. You must be enrolled in a cosmetology program to participate in this club.

The purpose of Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU) is to build movements of people who are transformed by Jesus Christ. The student-led movements seek to introduce students to Christ, help them grow in faith, encourage them to passionately live life in a manner consistent with belief in the God of the Bible, and inspire commitment to advancing the purposes of God in the world. The group meets for a time of devotion and prayer. CRU members coordinate the See You at the Pole event and assist with the student Christmas Party. All students are welcome to participate!

Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU) has been on college campuses for over 60 years – since 1951. The SCC chapter of CRU has been chartered since 2013 and members have been active throughout the campus community helping students grow in their faith.

CRU members are often asked to give prayer at campus events or functions. They also host the Christmas party for the student body, as well as the annual, See You At The Pole event. CRU meets weekly or monthly, depending on the schedules of members, for a time of prayer and devotion.

CRU offers students the opportunity to get involved in campus ministries and offers a supportive network for fellow Christians.

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For additional information about CRU, contact Advisor Kimberly Lowery.


The Future Educators Club seeks to foster the professional growth and encourage fellowship among current and future teacher leaders, while promoting and advocating for high quality and excellence in care, education and services for children, students, and families.

The SCC HOSA Club is an organization seeking to foster social support for members of Healthcare and Public Safety Division represented by the college’s student body. This student organization will provide an opportunity to strengthen students’ academic and technical skills. The club has competitive events that range from medical reading to pharmacology to human growth and development, which provide members a way to learn the technical skills critical to becoming a healthcare professional.

The SCC LGBTQ&Allies Club is an organization seeking to foster social support for members and allies of the LGBTQ community represented by the college’s student body. This student organization will provide a safe-space for members to express themselves to like-minded individuals.

The purpose of this organization is to promote the ideals of honesty, service, leadership, and skill development among the future workforce and to reward scholastic achievement in career and technical education and to award scholarships.

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 but the club is open to any student who has an interest in MLT.

The Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) Club promotes awareness of the MLT profession and provides opportunities for members to increase their knowledge about current MLT events. Any student is invited to join the club – you do not have to be enrolled in the MLT program.

The club is active on campus and participates in activities such as Welcome Week, Club Day, Spring Fling and Senior Day. They also work to raise money to fund the MLT scholarship. They also participate in community events such as Relay for Life.

Dawn Williamson is the club advisor.

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is the oldest, international honor society for two-year college students and has over 1,300 chapters in all 50 states and 9 sovereign countries.

The SCC Chapter of PTK was chartered in 1966 and is the second oldest chapter in the Carolinas region and has inducted over 3,000 SCC students into the organization. The chapter has had only 2 lead advisors during its 50 year tenure at SCC!  PTK is part of the national organization. PTK members promote the Four Hallmarks of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Fellowship.

PTK members are eligible for membership if they have completed 12 semester hours at SCC and have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher. Students who elect to join are inducted in a PTK induction ceremony annually. Members participate in campus activities such as Club Days, Welcome Week Activities, and High School Senior Days. Members have served as tutors for the Columbus County Literacy Council.

SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry representatives working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. Currently, there are more than 18,000 sections in 52 states and territorial associations. SkillsUSA has served more than 12.2 million members since it was founded in 1965. SkillsUSA offers opportunities for students to compete in local, regional, state and national levels to demonstrate their skills but also earn scholarships monies. To learn more about SkillsUSA, visit

The SCC Chapter of SkillsUSA was founded in 2015 for students enrolled in technical and vocational programs. The chapter received the Largest Post-Secondary Membership Award at the 51st Annual SkillsUSA North Carolina Leadership & Skills Conference held in April 2016. At this same conference, members competed in events such as Fantasy Hair and Makeup (Cosmetology); Information Technology and Internetworking (Computer Information Technology); Job Skills Demonstration and Television Production (Broadcasting and Production Technology); Welding and Opening and Closing Ceremonies. SCC students received multiple awards at the event.

The Student Government Association (SGA) is the official organization authorized by the SCC administration to represent all students at SCC. All students at SCC, by virtue of their registration and payment of student activity fees, are automatically members of SGA and are encouraged to participate or volunteer at events as well as run for office. SGA is a vital component of student life as it offers a variety of activities for students to participate in; it is the voice of the student body and continues to pave the way for open lines of communication between students and administration. Students receive practical experience in responsible citizenship through participation in SGA. By virtue of the state statute, the SGA president is a non-voting member of the college’s Board of Trustees. Additionally, students have SGA representatives on standing college committees. Elections for SGA officer positions are held annually by the student body. Follow us on Facebook.

The College Transfer Club provides resources to assist students with their transfer needs. It is a student led organization where students with like minds can fellowship and experience the process of transferring as a unit. In addition to feeding their educational needs, club members commit to helping the community and serving those in need. The college transfer club provides leadership opportunities and is a great college resume builder!


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