Clubs & Organizations

You might come to a meeting for the free food, but you'll stay for the chance to learn more, laugh more, and make new friends and strong connections. With 45+ clubs and organizations at SCC, it's easy to find something that interests you.

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Anime and Animation Club

This club is for students who appreciate, and would like to discuss, celebrate and learn about anime (Japanese Animation), other areas of animation and related cultural aspects.

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Art Club

The purpose of this club is to promote and encourage interest in the field of visual art within the Art Department and throughout the St. Charles Community College community through activities and events.

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Basketball Recreation Organization

The basketball club is for men and women interested in a fun atmosphere to play basketball! A physical and proof of insurance is required prior to participation

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Black Student Leadership Alliance

The Black Student Leadership Alliance (BSLA) provides a support group for all SCC students. The club promotes awareness, education and information on Black history, culture and experiences, represents and advocates for issues of concern to Black people on our campus and in the community.

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Chess Club

The Chess Club is open to anyone interested in chess, including the novice, the expert or anyone in between! Club meetings include opportunities to play others as well as to plan tournaments.

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Communications Club

The Communications Club seeks, provides and promotes insight about the practical uses of communication amongst the campus community through education and opportunity. One of our club activities is to invite practitioners to our meetings to make presentations on communication activities (e.g., case studies such as information campaigns, internal communications, public relation efforts).

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Cougar Activities Crew

Cougar Activities Crew (CAC) is an organization designed to provide programming opportunities for the SCC campus community. The purpose of CAC is to plan events and activities to meet the interests of SCC students, by providing cultural, educational, and social programs. CAC's main goal is to enhance the SCC experience by creating purposeful events for students!

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Cougars Care

Cougars Care offers students the opportunity to meet others and recharge, refresh, and renew themselves. This club also works on a variety of service projects, assisting the campus and broader countywide communities.

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Creative Writing Society (CWS)

The Creative Writing Society of St. Charles Community College is dedicated to motivating, inspiring and enhancing the work of fellow writers on campus. This group is open to all genres of creative writing.

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This club strives to bring together interested students for fun, friendship and Bible study. Weekly meetings are meant to provide encouragement, support and fun!

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Drama Club

The purpose of the Drama Club is to cultivate and nurture the small light of hope that is theater in the hearts and souls of SCC students.

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Esperanto Association

Esperanto is the International Auxiliary Language invented in 1887 to help people communicate across national borders. It was designed to be incredibly easy to learn and has over 2 million speakers in the world. We are a group of students, faculty, and staff that are interested in learning Esperanto and practicing speaking it together.

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes

The mission of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes is to present to current or former athletes and coaches, those with an interest in athletics, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.

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Film Club

The SCC Film Club is for anyone interested in getting into the film industry. Whether in front of the camera or behind the scenes, the Film Club is all about gaining experience in the art of film-making.

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Fishing Club

The purpose of the Fishing Club is to encourage sportsmanship, integrity, conservation, and development of the skills and knowledge needed to be successful anglers. Fishing Club plans to organize social fishing outings and trips as well as complete in college fishing tournaments, in addition to local and regional tournaments throughout the year.

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Furry Alliance

The Furry Alliance is dedicated to aiding the comfort and well-being of the members of the furry community on and off campus. This club focuses on building new friendships, as well as having a safety net on campus for academic and personal aid.

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Game and Mind Expansion Society

The purpose of the Game and Mind Expansion Club is to provide an interactive, social environment for fellowship and fun. Our club gets together to play games and everyone is welcome!

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Gay Straight Alliance

The purpose of GSA is to promote and maintain a healthy, positive and welcoming environment for all students regardless of their sexual orientation and gender identity. GSA will focus their efforts on building a supportive environment among all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students, faculty, staff and their straight allies throughout the SCC community. GSA. will provide opportunities for education, community service and social activities. Our commitment to SCC and its students is to promote diversity and nondiscriminatory factors based on a person's sexual orientation, sexuality and gender identity.

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Global Student Network

Global Student Network (GSN) provides the opportunity for international students and others to share their experiences and culture with each other. GSN hopes to educate the college and local community about their cultures and countries and to learn more about American culture from the college and local community.

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Graphic Design Club

The purpose of the Graphic Design Club is to promote and encourage interest in the field of graphic and media design to SCC students, through activities and events, and for students to gain resume and portfolio building industry knowledge and experience.

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Health Information Management

The HIM Club strives to enhance educational opportunities for Health Information Management students, increase awareness of the HIM program in the local community through volunteer activities, plan trips for HIM members to attend conferences and presentations related to our field of study, and to organize and host fundraisers to fund academic scholarships and educational pursuits.

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House Band

The House Band Club will allow members to work as a team and learn together while creating music. We will set the goals of performing at campus events when we are performance ready, inviting professional musicians to share music ideas with the club, and hosting our own events such as open mic night to fundraise and recruit SCC student musicians.

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Humans vs. Zombies

Humans vs. Zombies (HvZ) is a game of moderated tag played at schools, camps, neighborhoods, military bases and conventions across the world. Human players must remain vigilant and defend themselves with socks and dart blasters to avoid being tagged by a growing zombie horde.

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International Club

The International Club seeks to promote international understanding and combat ethnocentricity through education and opportunity.

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Music Enrichment Club

The purpose of this club is to derive meaning of different elements in the life of musicians. Whether students aspire to be career musicians, educators, or supporters of the arts, this club is established to obtain a healthy understanding of performance and how to delve into music may it be for audience entertainment or self-application of musical elements.

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Occupational Therapy Assistant Club

The purpose of the OTA Club is to increase campus and community awareness of the occupational therapy profession, provide academic enrichment and social opportunities to club members, and to be active on national issues by appointing a delegate to serve as a liaison to the AOTA through the Assembly of Student Delegates.

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Phi Beta Lambda

Phi Beta Lambda is the largest collegiate-level business student organization in the United States. PBL provides opportunities for students to develop the essential skills for success in business and business teacher education, as well as promote a sense of civic and personal responsibility. This chapter participates in state and national leadership conferences and competitive events. In addition, we sponsor campus activities, guest speakers, field trips, and community service. Check our website for details about meetings and events.

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Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society of two-year colleges. The purpose of PTK is to recognize and promote academic achievement. Alpha Xi Chi, SCC's Chapter, conducts activities related to the hallmarks of Phi Theta Kappa: Service, Fellowship, Leadership, and Scholarship. Students will be invited to become members upon completion of 12 or more college-level credits with a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA.

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Ping Pong Club

Ping Pong club helps promote new friendships and to learn how to play ping pong. We accept everyone from novices to serious players. Live to play, ping pong.

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Programming Club

Programming Club is designed for students with an interest in computer science. Some of our focal points include computer programming, web design, and network administration. Our goal is to enhance the skills needed in the field through team projects, tournaments, and guest speakers already involved in workforce.

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Returning Learners Club

The Returning Learners Club has been a practical support and social outlet to students who are beginning their college journey a little later in life. While the club is geared toward working adults 24 and older, anyone is welcome to attend. The club is not active at this time. If you are a returning adult learner who would like to re-activate the club, please email the contact below.

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Revolution Campus Ministry

Revolution Campus Ministry looks to serve other students and the campus in a way that reflects God. The purpose of the ministry is to help students through all walks of life and be able to bring hope to their lives. Revolution Campus Ministry provides many events and open arms to students who are striving to do the right thing.

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Roller Hockey Club

Inline hockey is played in arenas throughout the area. The Roller Hockey Club competes against other colleges in the Great Plains Roller Hockey region. The season begins in the Fall term and ends mid-Spring term. A physical and proof of insurance is required prior to participation.

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Running Club

The purpose of Running Club is to be social and physically active. The Running Club strives to improve our members’ lifestyle and appreciation of being healthy. A physical and proof of insurance is required prior to participation.

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Science Club

The Science Club will improve the member's understanding and appreciation of chemistry, biology, geology and physics in an entertaining manner. It will also foster an awareness of the responsibilities and challenges of the modern scientist. There will be opportunities to explore career options in the field. All students are welcome!

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Secular Student Alliance

The purpose of the SCC SSA (Secular Student Alliance) is to make known and promote the principles of secularism to the students, faculty and administration of SCC, and to assist students in seeing the value in secularism, encourage members to be active in SCC SSA, and to prepare them for future service to the community and their fellow secularists.

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Social Science Society

Our mission is both educational and social. We seek to improve its members' understanding and appreciation of the social sciences in an entertaining manner.

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Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors are school-spirited, enthusiastic and energetic students who will help promote SCC through leading campus tours, visiting with potential students/parents, blogging, participating in college-sponsored events and assisting various departments and faculty during peak times. Ambassadors should have a high regard for academics in addition to being friendly, honest, flexible, tolerant and should act with professionalism. Lastly, they are representatives of the college and should be interested in making a difference. Students who have a 2.0 GPA and a "B" in COL 101 are welcome to participate.

For more information, please contact Jamar Washington at or 636-922-8623 or you can contact Mary Koch at or 636-922-8600. 

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Student Engineering Club

The Student Engineering Club (SEC) is committed to furthering communication between engineering students and faculty, exploring career options in engineering, and promoting the field of engineering.

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Student Government Association

SGA is the official student governing body of SCC. Student Senate serves as an advocate for the interests of SCC students and regularly presents concerns and issues to the College Board of Trustees. Senators are chosen by both general election and appointment procedures. SGA meetings are held twice monthly: first and third Tuesdays of every month. The SGA encourages all students to attend Senate meetings to voice their ideas, concerns and suggestions. The SGA office is located in CC 102 office B.

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Student Missouri State Teachers Association

The purpose of the Student Missouri State Teacher Association (SMSTA) is to promote SCC and develop leadership among the student body in the field of education.

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Student Nurse Organization

The Student Nurse Organization (SNO) endeavors to promote, educate and support healthcare issues and concerns within the college community and our local community.

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Student Success Society

The purpose of SSS is to help students succeed not only in college but long after they graduate by connecting students to services such as; tutoring, career exploration and professional associations, helping students perform to the best of their abilities and providing help that assists students with the planning and completion of their academic and professional goals.

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Student Veterans Organization

The purpose of Student Veterans Organization (SVO) is to provide transitional and education support, camaraderie and personal development for veterans, veteran supporters, current service members and family members.

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Students for Sensible Drug Policy

The purpose of SCC SSDP (Students for Sensible Drug Policy) is to create a fairer, alternative public discourse at St. Charles Community College and in the local area on issues pertaining to cannabis and hemp policy in the local, state and national political arena.

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Sustainability Club

Sustainability Club is committed to good stewardship of the environment. The club focuses on creating positive change at SCC and in the greater community through active care for the environment, increasing awareness of environmental issues and providing educational opportunities for community members. Some of the current focuses of the club include reducing SCC’s ecological footprint, promoting sustainability, and minimizing needless waste.

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Tau Upsilon Alpha National Organization for Human Services Honor Society

The purpose of Tau Upsilon Alpaha (TUA) is to honor academic excellence, to foster lifelong learning, leadership and development and to promote excellence in service to humanity.

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Tennis Recreational Organization

The purpose of Tennis Recreational Organization is to encourage participation in student activities through health and well-being, to provide a safe and encouraging place for individuals (regardless of ability) to enjoy and play the sport of tennis, to encourage competition between members through matches with other students, and to provide the opportunity to individuals to make friends and establish connections through a mutual shared interest.

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Ultimate Frisbee Club

The Ultimate Frisbee Club provides a getaway and release from academic studies, promotes a SCC community and serves as a place to meet new students. A physical and proof of insurance is required prior to participation.

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Young Democrats

The purpose of Young Democrats is to provide political and social awareness about democracy through discussion, education and volunteerism to its members, the college as a whole and the community at large. Young Democrats is open to all SCC students. Meetings are bi-monthly and consist of political discussions and organization of activities held every semester.

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