St. Clair County Community College Catalog 2011-12 Edition
(CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS)
ATHLETICS North Building, Rooms 22 and 119 (810) 989-5670 or (810) 989-5671 SC4 has an intercollegiate athletic program and is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association in men's and women's basketball, men's baseball, women's softball, men's golf and women's volleyball. Contact the Athletic Department for additional information.
COLLEGE RADIO STATION Fine Arts Building, Rooms 21 and 22 (810) 989-5564 or (810) 989-5646 SC4 operates two radio stations. One is WSGR (91.3 FM) operating 24 hours a day year round, and the other is WCLG (1490 AM).
FITNESS CENTER / GYM USAGE North Building, Rooms 22 and 119 The College Gym and Fitness Center are open for student use. Call (810) 989-5670 for open hours.
STUDENT CLUBS Acheson Technology Center, Room 123 (810) 989-5552 Student clubs provide opportunities for leadership, expanded interests and social life. Student Government is made up of a board of executive officers and a representative from each recognized club on campus. For descriptions of each club, visit www.sc4.edu/clubs. The following is a typical list of clubs that receive appropriations from Student Government:
Alternative Energy and Engineering Club
Computer Information Security Club
Criminal Justice Club
Environmental Concerns Organization
Erie Square Gazette
Global Awareness Club
Health and Wellness Club
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Phi Theta Kappa
Radio Station - WSGR
Women's Soccer Club
Zombie Defense Council
STUDENT GOVERNMENT Main Building, Room 110 (810) 989-5737 Student Government promotes and sponsors a wide range of activities throughout the academic year and serves as the formal spokes group for students. Membership to Student Government is by election. However, all currently enrolled students, excluding guest students, may participate in some segment of Student Government. All students are invited to attend the monthly all-club meetings.
PETITIONS TO RUN FOR ELECTIONTO STUDENT GOVERNMENT Student Government officers are president, vice president, treasurer, and secretary. A 2.0 grade point average is required to hold office and officers must be enrolled in a minimum of 9 credit hours each semester. Students must file petitions with forty (40) valid signatures as specified by the Student Government Constitution. The deadline for filing petitions will be posted. Petitions may be picked up in Room 123, Acheson Technology Center, and must be returned by the date specified. The Student Government officers are elected during the winter semester, and take office the Monday following the end of the winter semester. Guest students (high school and college) are not permitted to run for student Government office.
STUDENT LITERARY MAGAZINE Visual and Performing Arts Department
Fine Arts Building, Room 10 (810) 989-5709 or Communications Department
Main Building, Room 319 (810) 989-5578 Patterns is an award-winning literary magazine of student writing and art that is published annually and features the winning entries in the college's writing and art competition.
STUDENT NEWSPAPER Main Building, Room 122 (810) 989-5584 The Erie Square Gazette is published every two weeks during the fall and winter semesters.