Car Club - The SCC Car Club was established in order to strengthen the ties within the local automotive industry and create a common purpose and bond among the students. Members’ involvement ranges from special projects, to organizing and hosting car shows and other special events within the local community. Over the years we have generated funds through these events in order to support and sustain multiple scholarships and tool awards for our student members, send our students on field trips, and gain the ability to tour facilities within the automotive community such as the BMW plant. This community involvement allows our students the opportunity to witness the countless possibilities within the automotive field and also allows the industry leaders the opportunity to directly interact with the students, which could potentially lead to future employment.
Advisor: David Myers
Ceramic Arts Club - The Ceramic Arts Club works to promote the appreciation of clay and ceramic arts through workshops, field trips, and festivals that advance artistic growth and interest in the ceramics field. The club is for anyone interested in pottery, ceramics, or wishing to become professional potter or clay artist. Visit the SCC Clay Club Facebook page for more information.
Advisor: Jeff Marley
Collegiate Recovery Community - The Collegiate Recovery Community strives to bring recovery awareness to the forefront of SCC and our service area communities. The club seeks to bring students in recovery or recovery allies together in a welcoming safe environment; and we work to raise campus awareness towards recovery by reducing stigma related to addiction by offering educational seminars and related events/activities to get students involved in recovery.
Culinary Arts Club - This organization seeks to help culinary arts students increase their knowledge of this field; makes recommendations to ensure quality and excellence within the culinary arts program; seeks to raise funds which enable the organization to attend and participate in food service related field trips and seminars; and raises funds in order to assist in the purchase of needed equipment for the culinary arts classroom.
EMS Club - Epsilon Sigma Pi (EMS Professional Society) encourages awareness, concern and interest in the emergency medical care profession while promoting service and fellowship through community improvement and awareness.
Advisor: Eric Hester
Human Services Club - The Human Services Club attempts to increase awareness of human needs within the local community and provides opportunities for students to come together as a group to meet those needs, thus supporting the knowledge, values and skills of the Human Services Professional.
Advisor: Nicole Conner
Nurses Christian Fellowship - The NCF Student Ministry is part of the InterVarsity Christian Nurses Fellowship. Our mission is to encourage students and faculty to grow in faith, equip members to integrate their faith and to empower members to share their faith. The club is open to all students and staff alike and meets on a monthly basis, over the lunch hour.
Nursing Club - The Nursing Club will promote professional growth and development, excellence in nursing, student mentorship, and community service.
Advisor: Kimi Walker
Outdoor Leadership Club - The Outdoor Leadership Club increases students knowledge of their career field through programs and trips. Team building among students creates strong leaders.
Advisor: Paul Wolf
PTA Club - The Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) curriculum established an organization for the following reasons: to foster unity and support among the first and second year students, to increase student knowledge about the PTA career field; to raise funds for the purchase of new equipment and for fees associated with field trips and conventions, to inform the community about physical therapy and the health care profession, to consider and make recommendations to ensure quality and excellence within the PTA program.
Advisor: Erin Bock
Respiratory Therapy Technology Club - Objectives of the Respiratory Therapy Technology (RTT) Club are to raise funds to enable club members to attend workshops and lectures, such as the North Carolina State society meeting, and to purchase educational materials and equipment; to further the education of the RTT students by attending meetings and lectures of individuals employed in the field of respiratory care; to encourage RTT students to exchange ideas and to socialize.
Advisor: Gretchen Guelcher
- SCC Cares is an organization in which every student, staff, and faculty are members. Led by a committee of faculty and staff, SCC Cares supports and recognizes volunteerism within the SCC service areas of Jackson, Macon, and Swain Counties, as well as the Qualla Boundary.
Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) - The Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) club is made up of SCC OTA students. Its purpose is to raise awareness in the community of what occupational therapy is and about the OTA program. Additionally, it raises money to attend professionally related activities and engages in charitable activities to give back to the community.
Advisor: Peggy Vos
Veterans Club - The Veterans Club’s purpose is to help veterans with new life goals. Membership is open to all veterans; officers must take at least one SCC class. Objectives are to empower SCC and community veterans with successful tools, unite SCC and community veterans in a common goal, and volunteer for veterans organizations.
Advisors: Sayward Cabe & Toni Knott
If clubs are inactive for a two year period all remaining funds in the club account must be returned to the Student Life account via a check made out to SCC Student Life account. This return to funds should be communicated with the Dean of Students.