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  • Today's students, tomorrow's leaders

    See the newest members SC4's regional- and international-award-winning chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society is a great place to network and gain leadership skills.
  • High-flying friendly competition

    Student Clubs enjoy dodge ball battles for bragging rights.
  • Clubs support community needs

    Members of the SC4 Zombie Defense Council constructed forts out of cardboard boxes to raise awareness about homelessness.
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  • Student Clubs and Organizations

    Dive into your college experience with SC4's active student clubs and organizations. Clubs are a great way to meet new people, boost your resume and support campus and community efforts.

    Check out the full list below.

    Active student clubs

    Did you know?


    • SC4's Lambda Mu chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society regularly is nationally ranked as a top chapter.

    • Student newspaper Erie Square Gazette in December collected 30 coats, two pairs of snow pants, 11 pairs of mittens and seven hats to be distributed to local needy children.

    • The Alternative Energy and Engineering Club displays student-made projects at the St. Clair County Earth Fair.

    • You can join the Zombie Defense Council and help protect yourself from any impending zombie apocalypse.
  • Learn more about our clubs:

    • Student Government
    • These elected leaders coordinate events for SC4 students and serve as the formal voice of the student body.
    • Alternative Energy and Engineering Club
    • Meet fellow engineering students, network with local professional engineers and collaborate on fun projects.
    • Criminal Justice Club
    • This club promotes networking, training, fellowship and educational experiences pertaining to all aspects of the criminal justice system.
    • Drama Club
    • Drama Club

      Brings together students who share a passion for theater and performing arts through activities, trips and student-directed productions.

    • Erie Square Gazette
    • Students enrolled in SC4's journalism courses produce a bi-weekly print edition as well as a news website.
    • Gay-Straight Alliance
    • Members work to provide an open environment for students on campus to meet and support each other and promote understanding of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) issues.
    • Global Awareness Club
    • This club offers opportunities to understand and appreciate cultures different from your own.
    • Health and Wellness Club
    • Members focus on educating both the campus and public on improving the balance of life.
    • HIT Circle
    • This club is an association of students interested in promoting Health Information Management awareness.
    • InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
    • This nondenominational group meets to share the good news of Jesus Christ and strengthen the spiritual lives of Christian students.
    • Magical Gathering Club
    • This friendly group of students enjoy Magic The Gathering, a strategic trading card game. The club accommodates players of all experience levels and ages.
    • Marketing and Management Club
    • The club assists all SC4 students through leadership, training and association in the fields of marketing and management by applying classroom experience to real-world opportunities while cultivating our business relationships and serving our area through charitable and volunteer efforts.
    • Phi Theta Kappa
    • Phi Theta Kappa Club

      The SC4 chapter of the national honors society for community colleges. Students become involved in academic, community and college service activities.

    • WSGR Radio 91.3 FM
    • SC4's radio station is staffed by student broadcasters and provides training for jobs in the broadcast industry.
    • Zombie Defense Council
    • Members promotes zombie awareness, discusses zombie folklore and popular culture and participates in other zombie-related activities. The club also performs charity work and community service efforts.
  • Student Activities Coordinator
    Sarah Finnie
    (810) 989-5639