Student Life

Get Involved in Activities, Clubs and Organizations

The life you live outside the classroom is as important to your education as lectures, papers and projects.

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What’s Poppin’?

Student Activities provides you with opportunities to get connected with the campus — through campus events, activities and student clubs and organizations.

College Events

9/22/23 — Baseball Home Game

Time: 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Location: Baseball Field

Details: vs Triton College

9/25/23 — Priority deadline for December 2023 graduation

Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Details: Priority deadline for December 2023 graduation

9/25/23 — Employer on Campus: Academy Air

Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Location: SC Lobby

Details: SCC Career Services invites you to stop by the Student Center lobby on the main campus to meet with local employers who are recruiting for open positions. For more information, contact Jenny Hahn Schnipper, Career Services Manager, at

9/25/23 — Board of Trustees Meeting

Time: 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Location: CH 2102

Details: Board of Trustees Meeting

9/26/23 — Employer on Campus: FedEx

Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Location: SC Lobby

Details: SCC Career Services invites you to stop by the Student Center lobby on the main campus to meet with local employers who are recruiting for open positions. For more information, contact Jenny Hahn Schnipper, Career Services Manager, at

Welcome to the Cave!

We are thrilled to provide a vibrant and exciting space where students can unwind and have a blast. Unleash your competitive spirit with our top-notch ping pong, foosball, and pool tables.

Need a break from all the action? Kick back and relax in our cozy lounging area, perfect for catching up with friends or studying in a laid-back atmosphere.

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Clubs and Organizations

Getting Involved on campus is a great way to make new friends, meet new people, learn new skills, explore your interests, develop leadership skills, advance your future career, continue your athletics, create new technologies, perform, debate, dance, play, read, teach; the sky, literally, is the limit.

Chess Club

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


Stacey Thater

Cuisine Club

The purpose of the Field to Table Club shall be to work together as a community to build and hone our skills in the fields of agriculture as well as culinary to better understand food systems, work with the local community to feed those that need nourishment and expand student experience and involvement with the Field to Table Institute on the St. Charles Community College campus.

Harold Fiebelman

Game And Mind Expansion Society (GAMES) Club

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


Gabe Harper

Gender & Sexualities Alliance (GSA)



Joe Baumann

Global Student Network (GSN)

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 and their cultures and countries and to learn more about American culture from the College and local community.


Dawn Huffman

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.


Leah Kurth

Multicultural Student Association (MSA)

The Multicultural Student Association is committed to creating a safe and welcoming space for students to engage, explore, and learn about cultural identities on campus through student programming related to diversity.


Chris Cross

Occupational Therapy Assistant Club (OTA 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.


Sarah Spaethe

Abby Schmutz

Nichole Weckherlin

Performing Arts Club

Formerly known as the Drama Club and the Music Enrichment Club. If you are a music or theatre major or an SCC student who is interested in the performing arts, we encourage you to participate!


Amy Scheers

Matthew Kerns

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)

PTK is the international honor society of two-year colleges. The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa 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.


Christy Gant

Cathy Daugherty

Revolution Campus Ministry (RCM)

RCM 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.


William Baca-Mejia

Student Government Association (SGA)

SGA is the official student governing body of SCC. SGA 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 general election and appointment procedures. SGA meetings are held twice monthly: first and third Tuesday of every month. The SGA encourages all students to attend SGA meetings to voice their ideas, concerns, and suggestions.


Caitlin Smothers

Student Missouri State Teachers Association (SMSTA)

The purpose of SMSTA is to provide SCC education students’ personal and professional growth, collaboration on fun events, and to stay connected on current events in education. Requirements: SCC Education Student


Nicole Nunn-Faron

Colleen Grams

Student Nurse Organization (SNO)

SNO endeavors to promote, educate and support healthcare issues and concerns within our college community and local community.


Katy Morris

Tennis Club



Stephen Randoll

For more information concerning any club or activity, please contact Student Activities at:

Revised On: 5/2023
Revised By: Caitlin Smothers – Interim Student Life Manager

Student Activities Location

Recreation Center Room 102

Hours: Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

For more information, contact Caitlin Smothers, Interim Student Life Manager,, 636-922-8302.

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