Scott Community College offers a wide variety of opportunities for students wishing
to participate in students activities. These activities can help round out your education
as well as provide a break from studies and a chance to meet new friends.
College life does not begin and end in the classroom. It also includes involvement in student activities.
- AITP Club
- Athletics (Men’s Soccer, Women’s soccer, Cross country, and Track and Field)
- Auto Collision Repair Club
- Auto Technology Club
- Bicycle Club
- Christian Club
- Culinary Arts Club
- Dental Assisting Club
- Diesel Technology Club
- Diversity Club
- Environmental Club
- Education Club
- Fashion Club
- Fine Arts Club
- Future Engineers Club
- Haven Club
- History Club
- HIT Club
- Hospitality Club
- HVAC Club
- Interpreter Training Program Club
- Math Club
- Phi Theta Kappa
- Radiologic Technology Club
- Republican Students Club
- Student Government Association
- Student Nurse Association
- Student Veteran's Association
- Theatre Club
- Track and Field Club
- Trap Shooting Club
- Volunteer Club
At SCC, we have a computer club known as the Student Chapter AITP-Association of Information Technology Professionals. Our student chapter is sponsored by the ILLOWA Chapter AITP Professional Chapter. Any student interested in computers is welcome to join. The club holds bimonthly meetings at the Kahl Educational Center on technology-related topics. Student members are also invited to attend monthly ILLOWA chapter meetings. Each Spring, there is a National Collegiate Conference sponsored by the national chapter. Contact: Lori Walljasper, 563-336-5217, firstname.lastname@example.org. Club webpage - www.aitp.org .
Auto Collision Repair Club
The ACR Club is open to all members enrolled in the Auto Collision Repair curriculum. The club further develops a better understanding of the nature and function of Auto Collision Repair.
Auto Technology Club
The Auto Technology Club is for students enrolled in the SCC Automotive Technology program. The yearly activities include an annual trip to the Chicago Auto Show in February and the opportunity for top students to participate in the annual Iowa Skills USA skills contest. The Iowa Skills USA winner has the opportunity to compete at the National Skills USA competition in June.
Culinary Arts Club
The Culinary Arts Club is organized for students in the Culinary Arts program to raise funds for travel and scholarship events while giving back to the community through cooking and serving at nonprofit events. Each student is required to volunteer for two community service food- related events each semester. Some events are given stipends for the clubs, and some are done free. Contact: Brad Scott 563-441-4246, email@example.com
Dental Assisting Club
The Dental Assisting Club is for students in the Dental Assisting Program at SCC. The club does several community service projects each year including giving oral health care instruction to elementary school kids and assisting dentists in conjunction with I-Smiles, which is a not-for-profit group that gives free dental screenings, oral health care, and cleanings to all children. The club fundraises to raise money to attend the Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting in Chicago in Feb. and the Iowa Dental Convention in Des Moines in May. Contact: Barb Nichol 563-441-4259, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Diesel Technology Club
Diesel Tech club is for students enrolled in the SCC Diesel Technology program. The yearly activities include an annual trip to the Chicago Auto Show in February. Also the top students have a opportunity to participate in the Iowa Skills USA contest. The winner of the Iowa Skills has the opportunity to compete at the National Skills USA competition. Contact: Ken Hunter 563-441-4229, email@example.com
Fine Arts Club
The goal of the Fine Arts Club is to supplement classroom learning and to provide venues and showcases for SCC student art talent. The club organizes field trips to local and regional museums to promote cultural as well as social experiences. In addition, we sponsor field trips to area colleges so that students can learn about other art programs they may want to attend after graduating from SCC. Another core purpose of the club is to provide information to students about area exhibits and lectures and organize student art exhibits at SCC’s own “Gallery in the Library
Health Information Technology Club
The HIT club mission is to promote the HIT profession and mentor students. Members of the HIT club also perform community service, fund raisers and take field trips.
Hospitality Management Club
The Hospitality Management Club is for students in the Hospitality Management program and SCC students who want to gain knowledge about the Hospitality and Tourism business outside of class. It gets the students involved together in many fundraising and Community events so that they may gain the resources to learn from other locations other than the Quad Cities. Customer Service and tourism is our main focus where we learn more first hand of the locations that have various tourism markets.
Interpreter Training Program Club
The ITP Club is open to all representatives enrolled in the Interpreter Training Program at Scott Community College. The purpose of the club is to enhance receptive/expressive signing and interpreting skills through participation in educational, civic, recreational and social activities with members of the deaf community. The club encourages both personal and professional growth in a relaxed and social atmosphere.
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa is the International Honor Society for two-year colleges. Invitation to membership is extended to students who have completed at least 12 hours of coursework and who have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. The organization offers opportunities for transfer scholarships as well as intellectual enrichment and personal development through programs based on four hallmarks: Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Fellowship.
Radiologic Technology Club
The "Rad-Tech" Club was established to enhance the radiologic technology students' experiences at Scott Community College. This club provides both educational and social experiences for its members. Current topics in the field are explored.
Student Government Association
Under the direction of the Campus Activities Office, the Student Government represents the student body and acts as a student voice on policies and issues. Elections for officers are held in the fall. Each club at Scott has a Student Government representative. These representatives are chosen by their respective clubs. If a student is interested in running for office, they can pick-up an election packet from the Information Center or stop by the Campus Activities Office.
Student Nurse Association
Scott Community College Student Nurse Association, meets the first and third Mondays of each month when school is in session. The Student Nurse Association is an opportunity for nursing students to meet each other and network. We also do a variety of community and campus activities. We do various fundraisers to support attendance of members at the state convention in the fall semester and at the national convention in the spring semester.
Student Veteran's Association
The Student Veteran’s Association is dedicated to supporting veterans as well as active and reserve military members and their families in transitioning from the military into the academic environment. The purpose of this organization is to build and maintain community relationships within the military and veterans as well as civilian populations. The SV. is also charged with advocating for and supporting one another in their continuing academic and personal growth.
The Theater Club typically consists of everyone who is involved in either acting in or producing the fall or spring play. These people are automatically members of the theater club. There are no regular meetings, other than rehearsing the plays every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 3 - 5 p.m..
The focus of the club is to engage students in volunteer activities that promote academic success by providing a supportive environment for new students where they can gain skills and socialize with other students. The main activities will be sponsoring day trips for educational purposes or for fun, fundraising for Toys for Tots, and celebrating Spring with an Easter Egg Hunt. In addition, other activities will be determined and organized by club members.