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Clubs & Organizations

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Pick a club, any club!

Check out the Clubs & Organizations list below for Scottsdale Community College's more than 20 student clubs and organizations, along with a description, the advisor's name and contact information. Contact the club advisor if you're interested in getting involved.

If you don't see one that fits your interests, stop by our office in the Student Center so we can help you get one started! The Club Application for Establishment / Reactivation in the Downloadable Information box to the right and other documents will be required.

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The club’s purpose is to support and advocate hands-on experiences for students looking to serve, learn and lead. The organization will help provide and promote service to consciousness of the social challenges that exist within our local, state, national and global communities through the facilitation of service projects, donation drives and awareness events. The club believes in collaborative efforts among our fellow students and college departments and community partners to create opportunities for education and change.

Please contact the club advisor for meeting information.

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. For more information visit the DECA Club website.

Collegiate DECA at SCC’s Mission Statement

To give students the opportunity to develop professional and leadership skills for future business careers by developing relationships with business organizations, participating in fund-raising and community service activities, and entering Collegiate DECA competitions at the state and national level.

Open to all students:

  • Collegiate DECA holds monthly General Meetings, where we host professional speakers, hold networking activities, and practice competitive events.
  • Collegiate DECA participates in one community service activity each semester, such as volunteering at Feed My Starving Children and The Walk to End Alzheimer's Disease.
  • Collegiate DECA participates in one fund raising activity each semester.
  • Collegiate DECA participates in at least one activity with all other Arizona Collegiate DECA clubs.

Open to members only:

  • Collegiate DECA takes monthly industry tours of large employers in our community, such as Amazon Warehouse, KPMG, Go Daddy, Vanguard, Talking Stick Arena, Westin Kierland Resort and PwC.
  • Collegiate DECA attends one state conference each semester, where they attend workshops, listen to speakers, and compete in academic competitions.

Meetings are generally held every other week.

CSL is SCC’s form of a student government. They exist to preserve student rights, serve student needs, provide student funding for student activities and clubs, and serve as the official voice of the student body. It also provides opportunities for growth in leadership skills and self-awareness for its members.

CSL meets every Thursday from 12 – 1pm typically in the Copper Rm. (SC-171).

Visit the CSL club website.

Due to Covid-19, this club will be inactive for this semester.

The purpose of this club shall be to advocate consciousness of the social challenges that exist within our local, state, national and global communities through shared interest of the spectrum of Geology. This includes, but is not limited to, the Ocean Sciences, Historical Geology, and Natural Disasters. The club will provide hands-on experience for students looking to serve, learn and lead through facilitation of service projects, fundraisers, and other special events.

The club’s purpose is to engage hotel, restaurant management and culinary art students who have a desire for building a career in the hospitality and tourism industry.

They meet once a month on either Tuesday or Thursday from 3 – 4pm in AP-275. Contact the advisor for the next meeting date.

This club was formerly known as Sun Earth Alliance Indian Club. It's purpose is to enhance cultural awareness while promoting, planning, and integrating school and community activities that stimulate the growth of American Indian students.

ISA @ SCC is supported by SCC's American Indian Program which provides comprehensive academic and personal support that promotes opportunities for a successful and enhanced college experience for the American Indian student.

Due to Covid-19, this club will be inactive for this semester.

The Latino Student Association exists to unify Scottsdale Community College students interested in Latino culture and issues. It exists to promote and support academic excellence and the pride that accompanies the knowledge of self and culture. It exists to provide both social and educational opportunities for the members of the association as well as for the larger Scottsdale Community College student body in an effort to foster greater understanding of Latino culture and heritage.

Contact advisor for meeting place and time.

The M.E.N. chapter at SCC exists to support male students in their personal, educational and professional goals. This is done by building and connecting to campus and community resources. We seek to educate, develop and encourage male students on their individual and shared paths. In return our members contribute to the campus and outside community through service and engagement.

Contact the advisor for their next meeting time.

Due to Covid-19, this club will be inactive for this semester.

The club’s purpose is to promote a positive relationship between SCC students and the surrounding Phoenix area music industry in order to create real world experiences and opportunities for its members.

Meetings are held every other Tuesday at 12pm in MB-122.

This organization is the honor society for the two-year college. Membership is extended to students who have completed 12 credits hours in 100-level or higher coursework and maintained a minimum 3.5 GPA. The four guiding hallmarks are scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship. 

Meetings are held every other Tuesday at 3pm in NS 105. Contact the advisor for their next meeting time.

Visit the Phi Theta Kappa website