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Student clubs and organizations

Student clubs and organizations

Four SC4 students pet dog during Stress Breaker event.

Meet friends, connect with volunteer opportunities and find peers who share your passions. From drama to business, strategic gaming to health and wellness, at SC4 you’ll meet like-minded people who are also pursuing their hobbies and professional goals beyond the classroom.

Plus there are campus-wide activities to participate in, even if you’re not a member of a specific student club! Movie nights, our fun end-of-semester Stress Breaker event, College Center game room and other club-sponsored activities make SC4 a complete college experience.

Each club is open to all students, has an appointed student leader and enjoys the support of a faculty or staff advisor. Don’t see something that suits your interests? Any student at SC4 can start a club, or pick up where an old club or group left off.

Questions? Contact Kim Foxwell at (810) 989-5834 or

Clubs and organizations list

Get involved at SC4 by partnering with Student Government as a volunteer or run to be elected as the president, vice president, treasurer or secretary. Scholarships are available for leadership positions. As a club member you’ll promote and sponsor a wide range of student activities, including hosting all-club events, and you’ll also act as a formal spokesperson for the student body.

Student Government Officers

Morgan Moeller, President
Benjamin Rodriguez, Vice President
Jazmine Grundy, Treasurer
Kirsten Kessler, Secretary

Advisor: Kimberly Foxwell, (810) 989-5834

Join a community of students working to raise awareness about the challenges veterans might face while adjusting to college or to life in Port Huron. Club members, of whom many are veterans, meet for casual conversation and community service events.

For both business students and those with an interest in learning more about the ins and outs of the business world, the Business Club of SC4 is the perfect place for you to dive in. Build your accounting, marketing, management, networking and customer service acumen all while developing business relationships, serving the Port Huron region, and contributing to charitable causes.

Advisor: Mike Belleman, (810) 989-5572

Network, train, and discuss your interests in court functions, investigation and criminology with peers. The Criminal Justice Club is open to all SC4 students and promotes educational experiences in all realms of criminal justice.

Meeting schedule: TBA

Advisor: James Jones, (810) 989-5694

Whether you hope to direct a student production of your favorite play or you’re just a fan of live theater, the Drama Club is the perfect outlet for your performing arts passion.

Meeting schedule: TBA

Advisor: Stewart Reed, (810) 455-5350

Engineering Technology students can get hands-on design and building experience by building a vehicle and competing at both the local and national level. Club meets at the Sanilac Career Center.

Advisor: Eric Heinemann, (810) 989-5602

Meet with fellow students who desire a better understanding of sexuality and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) issues, and who value a safe and open environment for discussion and socializing. GLOW is a student-run group that promotes racial, gender and LGBTQ.

Meeting schedule: TBA

Advisors: Kim Heering, (810) 989-5533

Strengthen your spiritual life while congregating with fellow Christians students. IVCF organizes bible study groups, sharing and praise sessions, prayer hours and events such as “See you at the flag,” which unites students around the world in fellowship and prayer.

Meeting schedule: TBA

Advisors: Kim Foxwell, (810) 989-5834, Anne McPherson, (810) 989-5558

Formerly known as the Magic: The Gathering Club, Nerd Core is open to all students interested in the namesake game as well as video games, anime, cards, and other sub-cultures of nerd lore.

Meeting schedule: TBA

Advisor: Brenan Murphey, (810) 984-3881, Ext. 5287

Join Lambda Mu, SC4’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the honor society for two-year colleges. SC4’s chapter has been repeatedly recognized for being one of the best in the nation — Lambda Mu won the Chapter of the Year award in 2000 and has received the Distinguished Chapter award over 15 times since.

As a member of Phi Theta Kappa, you’ll participate in community and college service activities as part of the oldest honor society of its kind in Michigan. To join, your GPA must be 3.0 or higher and you need to have completed at least 12 credit hours at SC4.

Visit the Phi Theta Kappa website to learn more.

Meeting schedule: 5 to 6 p.m., Thursdays in Main Building Room 117

Advisor: Angela Heiden, (810) 984-3881, Ext. 6492

Students gather together to shoot and discuss both digital and traditional B&W photography. They develop film, print photographs (both in the darkroom and via computer), learn matting and mounting techniques and exhibit their work on campus. The group meets throughout the Blue Water Area to photograph different areas.

Meeting schedule: TBA

Advisor: Mark Rummel, (810) 989-5809