Jul 18, 2024  
2018-19 Catalog 
2018-19 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Student Athletics and Activities (Clubs and Organizations)


SC4 has an intercollegiate athletic program and is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association in men’s and women’s basketball, men’s baseball, men’s and women’s cross country, women’s softball, men’s golf, women’s volleyball, men’s wrestling, and men’s and women’s bowling. Contact the Athletic Department for additional information.

Fitness Center/Fieldhouse Usage

The SC4 Fieldhouse and Fitness Center are open for student use. See posted times in Fieldhouse. Call (810) 989-5716 with any questions. 

Student Clubs

Student clubs provide opportunities for leadership, expanded interests and social life. Student Government is made up of a board of executive officers and a representative from each recognized club on campus. The following is a typical list of clubs that receive appropriations from Student Government.

  • Business Club of SC4
  • Criminal Justice Club
  • Drama Club
  • Engineering Technology - Baja Club
  • Erie Square Gazette
  • Fishing Club
  • GLOW
  • HIT Circle
  • InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
  • Nerd Core
  • Phi Theta Kappa
  • Student Government

Student Government

Student Government promotes and sponsors a wide range of activities throughout the academic year and represents the SC4 student voices. Membership to Student Government is by election. However, all currently enrolled students, excluding guest students, may participate in some segment of Student Government. All students are invited to attend the monthly all-club meetings.

Petitions to Run for Election to Student Government

Student Government scholarship officer positions are president, vice president, treasurer and secretary. A minimum 2.0 grade point average is required to hold office and officers must be enrolled in a minimum of 9 credit hours each semester. Students must also be making satisfactory academic progress towards completion of their program. To have your name included on the ballot, students must file petitions with 40 valid signatures as specified by the Student Government Constitution. The deadline for filing petitions will be posted. Petitions may be picked up in Room 250, Welcome Center, and must be returned by the date specified. The Student Government officers are elected during the winter semester, and take office the Monday following the end of the winter semester. Guest students (high school and college) are not permitted to run for Student Government office.

Student Literary Magazine

Patterns is an award-winning literary magazine of student writing and art that is published annually and features the winning entries in the college’s writing and art competition.

Student Newspaper

The Erie Square Gazette is published every two weeks during the fall and winter semesters. Scholarship positions are available.