Clubs and Organizations


Southern Crescent Technical College encourages student participation and involvement in student organizations and activities related to their areas of interest and to the goals and objectives of the college.

The current list of approved clubs and organizations opened to all students:

  Cardiovascular Technology Student Organization:

Cardio Vascular Technology Student Organization is the Southern Crescent Technical College’s Chapter of The Alliance of Cardiovascular Professionals (ACVP).  The mission of this organization is to meet the needs of all cardiovascular and pulmonary providers, to promulgate standards and to promote recognition of the cardiovascular profession.  The purpose of this chapter is to foster academic scholarship at the highest academic level, promote research and investigation in the field of Cardiovascular Technology.  ACVP promotes inter-professional continuing education to promote quality cardiovascular care, as well as provides excellent resources and networking amongst cardiovascular professionals.  To be eligible to join, students must be enrolled in the Cardiovascular Technology program as a full-time student, and maintain a GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale; after acceptance into the program.

Circle-K is a Kiwanis club-sponsored student service organization.  Circle K is the world’s largest student-led collegiate services organization providing students with opportunities to build fellowship while developing leadership skills through service in their community.  Circle K’s Motto is “Live to Serve, Love to Serve”

National Technical Honor Society is a national, nonprofit organization established to honor excellence in work-force education programs and majors.  An invitation letter of membership will be provided to candidates by the NTHS advisors.

The requirements for membership in the NTHS Chapter at Southern Crescent Technical College are below:

  • Must be a diploma or degree seeking student
  • Must have a cumulative academic average of 3.75 or higher

Candidates will receive a recognition letter and will be recognized during the graduation ceremony by the College’s approved designated honorary regalia.  This process will include a membership fee paid by the NTHS Candidate.

If you have received an invitation letter of membership you can apply online using the NTHS Application.

  • Your invitation letter of membership will provide you with an access code needed to complete the application.
  • Print and complete the application and the NTHS Charge Form, and take the completed from to the business office to pay your one-time membership fee of $30.

For more information visit the NTHS site , or call contact the Student Activities Coordinator at 770-229-3049.

PALASA is open to all students and faculty who are interested in performing and literary arts, regardless of experience or skill level.

PALASA is …

  • Committed to providing an outlet for the performing and creative writing talents of SCTC students;
  • Committed to promoting interest in the performing and literary arts within the SCTC community;
  • Committed to introducing members to Quality Theater and literature through meetings, guest speakers, and co-curricular learning;
  • Committed to sharing information and experiences about performing arts and creative writing;
  • Committed to producing high quality student performance showcases and a student literary publication.

Use the links below to view SCTC’s literary publication, Tiger Tales: A Collection of Creative Writing by the students and employees of SCTC, compiled by PALASA.

Tiger Tales, Volume 3 (2019)

Tiger Tales, Volume 2 (2018)

Tiger Tales, Volume 1 (2017)

 

Phi Beta Lambda is a national organization for students interested in business.  Its goals are to help students develop leadership skills, character, and self-confidence.  Phi Beta Lambda provides the students with opportunities to develop occupational competencies for business occupations, and promotes a sense of civic and personal responsibility.  Local, state, and national competitions are open to students in this organization.

Membership Dues: $10

For more information on this organization or any other Southern Crescent Technical College student organization, please contact the Student Activities Coordinator at 770-229-3049.

The purpose of this organization is to provide an opportunity for students of Southern Crescent Technical College to grow academically and as a team.  Their focus is on providing healthcare to our community, increasing awareness of Respiratory Care careers, and working with other healthcare providers to improve awareness of respiratory health issues. Respiratory Care Club Membership is open to all students in the respiratory care program at Southern Crescent Technical College.  The club does not require dues to be paid by members.

Rotaract is a Rotary club-sponsored student organization, which provides an opportunity for all students…

  1. to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal and professional development;
  2. to address the needs, problems and opportunities in our community;
  3. to recognize the dignity and value of all occupations as opportunities to serve our community; and
  4. to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.

Rotaract’s mission is “Service Above Self.”

For more information on this organization or any other Southern Crescent Technical College student organization, please contact the Student Activities Coordinator at 770-229-3049.

SkillsUSA, Inc. is a student professional organization that consists primarily of students in technical and health occupations programs. SkillsUSA members participate in activities that promote leadership and professionalism through competitive events at the local, state, and national levels. SkillsUSA leadership consists of club officers and a faculty advisor. For additional information, you can visit the SkillsUSA national website.

SkillsUSA is a national student organization that serves industrial, technical, and health occupation students. Leadership, dignity of work, good workmanship, citizenship, and respect for others are characteristics emphasized. Local winners compete in regional, state, and national competitions.

SkillsUSA Membership Form

Membership Dues: $15

For more information on this organization or any other Southern Crescent Technical College student organization, please contact the Student Activities Coordinator at 770-229-3049.

The Student Government Association (SGA) is a representative body of students composed of students from each diploma and degree program at Southern Crescent Technical College. The purpose of SGA is to foster the general welfare of students and to provide a link between the student body and the college administration. Composed of representatives from each instructional program, governed by an SGA Constitution, and led by a staff of elected student officers, SGA voices students’ issues concerning school policy, rules, and practices. SGA administers the student activity funds and contributes financially to support the projects of the other student organizations.

SGA also expends student activities funds providing entertainment and activities for the student body during the year and by providing financial support to other student clubs and organizations. SGA leadership consists of officers elected and appointed by Southern Crescent student body and Student Activities Coordinator, and approved by the president of Southern Crescent Technical College. Faculty and staff volunteer to serve as Club Advisors.

For more information about this organization or any other Southern Crescent Technical College student organization, please contact the Student Activities Coordinator at 770-229-3049 or Director of Student Support Services at 770-229-3409 or through the Student Activities Coordinator Contact Form.

The Veteran’s Club provides an opportunity for students of the College, who are veterans of the United States military service, to come together for mutual support and fellowship during their academic careers at College.  Membership is open to any currently enrolled Southern Crescent Technical College student who has served in any branch of the United States military – Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, or Coast Guard — for at least two years, followed by honorable discharge.

The mission of SVA is to provide military veterans with the resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education and following graduation. SVA is a coalition of student veterans groups on college campuses across the globe. These member chapters are the “boots on the ground” that help veterans reintegrate into campus life and succeed academically.

Venatus is the SCTC Gaming Club dedicated to providing a safe environment on campus to all students who are new and experienced players of tabletop, console, PC and Live Action Role Play Games.  Venatus’ mission is to create a healthy environment to relieve student academic stress, increase creativity and productivity, enhance social and leadership skills while promoting a positive image of gamers.  Members facilitate activities and community outreach through gaming that allow members to explore ways that gaming can be used to enhance education and interpersonal relationships.

SCTC students have the opportunity to start new clubs and organizations on-campus. A must for any sanctioned club or organization is a complete Clubs and Organizations application, a prepared constitution, an identified Southern Crescent Technical College full-time faculty or staff member to serve as the advisor, and a clearly state educational purpose(s) of the organization with group objectives explaining the proposed charter.  This information packet must be submitted to and approved by the Student Activities Coordinator, the Director of Student Support Services, and the Vice President for Student Affairs must grant final approval prior to any club and/or organization having its first official meeting.

For more information on Southern Crescent Technical College student organizations, please contact the Student Activities Coordinator at 770-229-3049 or Director of Student Support Services at 770-229-3409 or through the Student Activities Coordinator Contact Form.

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