Clubs, Organizations, and Activities

With over 20 clubs and organizations on campus, there's no shortage of ways for Saints to get involved. From Block & Bridle to Student Veterans of America, there's something for everyone. Check out each club below for participant information and requirements. For more information on our Clubs and Organizations, please contact Wade Lyon, Director of Student Activities, at 620-417-1064.

**Any student receiving a Seward County Tuition Grant is required to participate in a club or organization.**

 

 

Block and Bridle

The Block and Bridle club, a national organization, sponsors many agricultural events, such as district livestock judging contests, spring pig sale, district FFA contests, cookouts, and other agriculture related activities. Membership is open to anyone interested in ag-related fields. Sponsors: Nick Noterman and Josh Morris, 620-417-1354.

Campus Messengers for Christ (CMC)

A non-denominational student organization open to anyone for fellowship and encouragement of one another in Christ. Sponsor: J.J. Widener, 620-417-1202. Click here to visit the Campus Messengers for Christ Facebook page.

Cheerleading and Dance

Cheerleaders and dancers represent SCCC at sports, campus, and community events. Participants earn one credit hour and scholarships are available. Sponsor: Carisa Owen, 620-417-1565. Click here to visit the SCCC Cheer and Dance Facebook page.

Choir

Open to any students who like to sing and perform for various activities. Students enrolled in Chorus I-IV receive one hour of credit and scholarships are available. Sponsor: Magda Silva, 620-417-1462.

Circle K

Empowering students to make an impact through service and leadership in their community. Sponsor: Wade Lyon, 620-417-1064.

Crusader Newspaper Staff

Crusader staff members commit to competently and fairly reporting the news of the SCCC campus and giving readers a quality product while learning life and career skills. Participants earn one credit through journalism courses or participation in the club. Scholarships are available. Sponsor: Sue Sprenkle, 620-417-1459. Click here to visit the Crusader News Facebook page. 

Drama Club

This club fosters and develops a love of theater among its members. Student members represent the club with an outstanding outlook on college life. Sponsor: Michele VanHessen, 620-417-1460. Click here to visit the Drama Club Facebook page. 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

This interdenominational Christian sports ministry focuses on seeing the world impacted through the influence of coaches and athletes receiving and sharing their faith in Jesus Christ. Sponsor: Nathan Engleman and Wade Lyon, 620-417-1064.

Future Technology Professionals (FTP)

Helps develop a better understanding of information technology and promotes a professional, progressive attitude among members. Sponsors: Rusty Tuman, 620-417-1358.

Hispanic American Leadership Organization (HALO)

An on-campus club dedicated to supporting the community, fostering and developing leadership skills of its members, and embracing the Hispanic culture. Club activities include planning events such as the Red Cross blood drive, coordinating Hispanic Heritage Month activities, and attending leadership conferences. The club is open to anyone interested in the Hispanic culture. Sponsor: Frances Brown, 620-417-1300. Click here to visit the HALO Facebook page.

 

Kappa Beta Delta

An organization designed to promote personal and professional improvement while encouraging and recognizing scholarship and accomplishment among students of business, management, and administration. Participants must have a minimum 3.25 grade point average. Sponsor: Hiran Gunasekara, 620-417-1355.

Kylix Art Club

Open to students enrolled in art courses or those who share an interest in fine arts and desire artistic interaction. The Kylix Art Club sponsors a number of workshops, activities, sales, and trips for participants. Students participate in art exhibits and regularly attend other exhibits. Additionally, the program brings in visiting artists on a regular basis. **Art scholarship recipients are required to participate in Kylix Art Club activities.** Sponsor: Dustin Farmer, 620-417-1452.

Pathways

Pathways is a division sponsored student club that provides advising, activities, and study groups for students in science, technology, engineering, and math. Open to all science, math, engineering, and technology students, education is approached via learning communities known as Focus Interest Groups. Sponsor: Don Hayes, 620-417-1505.

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL)

Phi Beta Lambda is the world's largest professional business fraternity, helping members prepare for careers in business. To become a member, enroll in Business Marketing/Management Seminar I, II, III, or IV. PBL students have the opportunity to apply for a full book scholarship each semester. Sponsor: Lisa Kennedy, 620-417-1363. Click here to visit the Phi Beta Lambda Facebook page.

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)

Phi Theta Kappa recognizes the academic achievements of participants and provides opportunities for them to grow as scholars and leaders. Individuals with a 3.5 grade point average or higher after the first semester of college are eligible for this community college national honor society. Participants must maintain a 3.0 grade point average and are recommended by faculty. Sponsors: Ty Hughbanks and Hiran Gunasekara, 620-417-1502.


Refrigerator Service Engineers Society (RSES)

The RSES provides opportunities for participants to develop leadership skills and professionalism. It also enhances technical competences through opportunities to participate in various programs related to area industries, including but limited to heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R). Sponsor: Chris Hickman, 620-417-1679.

Show Choir

Show choir participants perform for campus and community activities. Selection is by audition. Members can receive one credit hour and scholarships are available. Sponsor: Magda Silva, 620-417-1462.

Skills USA

A national organization of high school, college, and professional members who are enrolled in training programs in technical, health, skilled and service occupations. Sponsors: Scott Lickteig, 620-417-1677.

Students Promoting Education Careers (SPEC)

An organization where participants are able to learn more about becoming an educator and participate in sharing and social activities related to the education profession. Open to students enrolled or interested in education as a field of study. Sponsors: Janice Northerns, 620-417-1456.

Student Government Association (SGA)

Protects and promotes student's rights and interests at SCCC. Sponsor: Wade Lyon, 620-417-1064.

Students Nurses Association (SNA)

Encourages participation and leadership in the nursing field at SCCC. Sponsor: Shayla McElvania, 620-417-1424.

Veterans' Club

Provides military Veterans, and their families, with the necessary resources, support, advocacy, and camaraderie needed to acclimate themselves into SCCC life. Sponsor: Chris Hickman, 620-417-1679.

Wind Ensemble

Membership is open to students interested in performing in a concert band. Sponsor: Darin Workman, 620-417-1458.

 

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