seward county community college

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ClubMission/PurposeContact
AnimeView and discuss Japanese animation, comics, and culture to explore the similarities and differences in American media and culture.Kevin Gleason 620-417-1461
Athletes for ChristA club for current athletes, former athletes, or fans of athletes who want to become more like Christ.Wade Lyon 620-417-164
Black Student UnionThis student-led affinity group meets weekly to build community and encourage and empower individuals. Projects and topics are determined by student interest.

Time and date: Tuesdays, 9 p.m. at Student Union mezzanine (upstairs balcony)
Alana King alana.king@g.sccc.edu
David Hardman david.hardman@sccc.edu
Book ClubThe SCCC Library Book Club is the place to talk about books. We meet in the SCCC Library on the last Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM.Casandra Norin 620-417-1161 | casandra.norin@sccc.edu
Collegiate Frm BureauOpen to students interested in agriculture and provides opportunity to enhance their leadership skills as future agriculture leaders.Rachel Milashoski 620-417-1353
Cheer and DanceGreat opportunity to represent SCCC through sports, campus activities, and other community events, Scholarships are available.Larissa Lujan 620-417-1565
Concert BandOpportunities for students to broaden their musical horizons through concert band. Darin Workman 620-417-1458
Concert ChoirChoir is open to any student who enjoys singing or performing for various activities.Magda Silva 620-417-1462
Crusader News Members will be committed to competently and fairly report the news of the SCCC campus, giving readers a quality product while learning life and career skills. Miles Rothlisberger 620-417-1459
DetoursDetours College Ministry is a campus ministry at the Seward County Community College Campus focused on knowing and abiding in Jesus, discipleship, and community. Our vision is to infuse the world with life by training students to become people of grace who treasure Christ. We are dedicated to helping students develop into disciples of Jesus who will help others do the same. We can’t wait to connect with you!
Thursdays, 8-9:15pm, Student Union, Room SU214 E/W
Norma Jean Dodge, 620-417-1171
DramaFoster and develop a love of theater among students and represent the club with an outstanding outlook on college life.Magda Silva 620-417-1462
HALOOpen to all students who are interested in the Hispanic culture.Lizette Morales 620-417-1463
International Student OrganizationTo promote friendship based on mutual understanding and respect and to encourage cultural exchanges among people as a step towards the attainment of world peace,TBA
LGBTQ+“No matter where in the Rainbow you are, we care!”
This new club for LBGTQ+ students and allies is intended to offer support, community, and resources. A start-up survey is available to gauge interest and student preferences for the group.
Time and date TBD
Bethann Volden 620-417-1106
Maria Magdalena Lopez 620-417-1608
PathwaysOpen to all science, math, engineering, and technology students. William Bryan 620-417-1506
Phi Beta LambdaMembership is open to students interested in marketing and distribution.Megan Bryan 620-417-1351
Phi Theta KappaStudents must obtain a 3.5 or higher GPA in their first semester to be eligible for this community college national honor society.Charlotte Peterson 620-417-1121
Quiz Bowl This student activity was incorporated by the Kansas State Department of Education to showcase quality teaching and learning at the community college level.Charity Horinek 620-417-1133
SCribblers Creative WritingTo promote an understanding of, appreciation for, and engagement with creative writing within the SCCC community>Jason Pete 620-417-1456
Skills USAA partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure America has skilled workforce. A non-profit national education association that helps prepare students for careers in trade, technical, and skilled services occupations.Butch Garst 620-417-1687
Manuel Bustillos 620-417-1679
Sports MedicineStudents will have the opportunity to work closely with certified athletic trainers to learn different aspects of injury prevention, rehabilitation techniques, emergency care, and healthcare administration. Liz Hill 620-417-1141
Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is a committee made up of student-athletes elected by
their coaches to provide insight on the student-athlete experience. SAAC offers input on rules,
regulation, policies and any other happenings across campus that affect student-athletes’ lives at
Seward County Community College.
Preston Caldwell preston.caldwell@sccc.edu
Student Nursing AssociationDesigned to encourage participation and leadership to SCCC students interested in the nursing field. Susan England 620-417-1407
Student Government AssociationTo be the voice of the SCCC students in order to protect and promote student rights and interests.Wade Lyon 620-417-1064
TRIOThis is a Federally Funded Program that is designed to assist First Generation, Financially Challenged, or Disabled Students. Students must apply to be part of the program.Joel Figgs 620-417-1064

If you have questions about SCCC club, please contact: Wade Lyon at (620) 417-1064 or wade.lyon@sccc.edu.

Notice of Nondiscrimination

Seward County Community College (SCCC) does not discriminate on the basis of sex/gender, race, color, age, creed, nationality or ethnic origin, physical or mental disability, veteran status, pregnancy status, religion, genetic information, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

For questions or to file a grievance

Contact SCCC’s compliance coordinator at (620) 624-1951, david.hardman@sccc.edu, or 1801 N. Kansas Ave., Liberal, KS 67901.

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