Clubs and organizations meet students' academic and social interests and provide opportunities to get involved beyond the classroom and have a significant impact on the campus community. Take a look below at some of the student organizations available at SCC.
Those interested in forming a student organization should email email@example.com for information on policies and procedures. Applications to start a new club or organization are available in DON-101 in Donaghay Hall.
Advisor: Brenda Quinn
Students of all religious backgrounds are encouraged to join the Campus Ministry group. Each week, the group participates in stimulating, reflective, and congenial conversations to discuss and explore faith. The group meets every Monday in the Student Union from noon to 1 p.m. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chi Alpha Epsilon
Chi Alpha Epsilon is the national honor society that recognizes the academic achievement of SCC students who are admitted into the Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) program or who participate in the developmental curriculum of the Center for Student Success. SCC’s Delta Lambda Chapter of Chi Alpha Epsilon -- recognized as a model chapter by the honor society’s founder in 2006 -- promotes continued high academic standards, provides leadership opportunities and fosters communication among its members and the College community. Membership is based on grade point average.
Advisor: Kevin Blair; 856-351-2230 - email@example.com
The E-Sports Club is open to all students with an interest in casual or competitive gaming. Members meet regularly every Wednesday evening 4:45pm to 8pm in DON106. Walk-ins are welcome.
Advisor: Doug Ohm; (856-351-2233 - firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Glass Club is open to all students with an interest in glass art. Members promote glass art by providing demonstrations and exhibits to the College community. Students also strive to improve their own creative skills through seminars and workshops. Members also participate in SCC’s annual International Flameworking Conference, which brings prominent glass artists to campus.
Advisor: Kahlil V. Gunther, Director; (email@example.com)
The Salem Community College Oak Singers was established as a college-based community choir by Charles H. Musser in 1991 with a group of 23 singers. Since that time, the choir has grown into a vibrant ensemble that has become part of the musical life of Salem County. Oak Singers offers a winter and spring concert each year along with various other college and civic performances.
Membership in the Oak Singers is open to anyone who enjoys singing, both from the college and the wider community. No audition is required.
Rehearsals are held from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. each Tuesday during the fall and spring semesters in the Sol and Jean Davidow Performing Arts Theatre in Davidow Hall on the SCC campus, 460 Hollywood Ave., Carneys Point.
For more information or to join, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa -- the international honor society for two-year colleges -- recognizes and promotes academic achievement among students, provides opportunities for leadership training, encourages personal growth, and fosters fellowship among members and associates. Phi Theta Kappa sponsors service projects benefiting SCC and the community. Membership, based on grade point average, is by invitation. Students who have not yet met membership requirements are encouraged to attend Phi Theta Kappa sponsored events and activities. For more information, visit PTK on Facebook or contact an advisor.
Student Life Committee
Interested in planning and coordinating the events around campus? Get involved with the Student Life Committee! Meetings take place the second Thursday of every month at 3:30 p.m. in DON-101B in Donaghay Hall. For more information, contact Laura Green (856-351-2616 – email@example.com).