Clubs & Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Pick a club, any club! Check out the Clubs & Organizations list to the right for Scottsdale Community College's more than 20 student clubs and organizations, along with a description, the advisor's name and contact information. If you're interested in getting involved in any of them, contact the advisor and ask when and where their next meeting is. Be one of our INVOLVED STUDENTS!

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. And good luck!

Also available to student clubs and organizations at SCC is our Student and Organization Resource Center. In it, you'll find work and storage space, paper supplies and tons more. Come by and plug in to your SCC club resources!

Other resources found in the Downloadable Information box include the current Club Handbook, Event Registration Form (required prior to any fundraising or drive activity), and Club Matching Funds Request Form, as well as travel documents such as the Assumption of Risk and Personal Vehicle Usage Agreement forms. Clubs traveling out of Maricopa County will be required to submit additional documentation; please contact Therese Tendick for the current guidelines and forms.

The club’s purpose is to promote college spirit and to establish and maintain fellowship among veterans and student of this campus. 

Meetings are held on the first Monday and third Tuesdays of every month at 2:00 p.m. in the Veteran’s Lounge.
 

Advisors:

The club’s purpose is to provide a safe place for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual (LGBTQIA) and Straight students to meet, support, and discuss with each other issues related to sexuality and gender, and to educate themselves and the broader school community about sexuality and gender issues. This club is open to anyone that wants to help bring more awareness, acceptance and unity to the community.

Meetings will be held on Mondays from 3:00 - 4:00 PM in SBW-101.

Advisor: Dennis Abry (480) 425-6757

Contact the advisor for their next meeting time and location.
 

Advisors:

To be a vehicle to actively involve all SCC students in Wildlife Education, Botany, Ecology, Conservation, Preservation, Restoration, and Biodiversity of Arizona; to facilitate student learning about SCC’s efforts to conserve and restore biodiversity of native plants, wildlife, and ecosystems by becoming active in community projects, wildlife education and research; to educate the public about the vital role we all play in being stewards of wildlife and ecosystems; and to give students a greater understanding and appreciation of the interdependent relationships, diversity, and beauty of our home, the natural wildlife habitats of Arizona, especially our Sonoran Desert. 

Meetings are held on Fridays from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Please email the advisor for the exact meeting location.
 

Advisors:

The club’s purpose is to enhance cultural awareness while promoting, planning, and integrating school and community activities that stimulate the growth of American Indian students. 

SEAIC 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.

Advisors:

Triple Threat is a student-supported organization that aims to provide opportunities for students interested in musical theatre at Scottsdale Community College. The club provides a weekly space for students to develop serious material for performances and auditions and to expand and challenge their existing vocal repertoire. Triple Threat will act as a sister club to Artists Creating Theatre, facilitating collaborations and performances with that club, but creating an additional community of performers specifically invested in musical theatre. The purpose of Triple Threat will be to provide growth for musical theatre students through peer review, discussion, rehearsal, and performance, and to facilitate community performances and outreach.

Advisors:

Turning Point USA is a conservative grassroots activist network that educates students about the importance of fiscal responsibility, free markets, and limited government. Through non-partisan debate, dialogue, and discussion, Turning Point USA believes that every young person can be enlightened to true free market values. Turning Point USA aims to build an informed American electorate and ensure that our nation’s future is secure, sustaining, and prosperous through the education of the individual pertaining to governmental fiscal responsibility and the benefits of diminished governmental size and personal liberty.

Advisors:

The mission is to empower women by inspiring them to pursue higher education while developing a sisterhood that embraces the triumphs of past, present and future sisters.

Meetings are held every other Tuesday from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m in SL-104.

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