Currently-active student clubs at Sacramento City College.
Club purpose: To encourage an interest or passion in the field of Anthropology via exposing students to the wide topic that is anthropology.
We educate Sac City students about community issues pertaining to the Latino/Latina community, as well as working with one another to become positive leaders and role models.
The Business Society
A student-driven organization that strives to provide opportunities to students both within the business division and throughout the college.
Film Majors Club
The Film Majors Club will help students develop their filmmaking skills and understanding of what creates a successful film.
International Students Club (ISC)
The International Students Club seeks to acknowledge and support students from different nationalities, races, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds.
Jack of All Trades Club
We unite people of similar interests specifically Anime, Manga, Comic books, Trading Card Games, and Video Games.
SCC Literature Club
Supporting the love of literature and acting as a support network for developing writers.
SCC Math Club
Inspiring SCC students of all levels to appreciate the value and the inspiring power of mathematics.
Mock Trial Club
Mock Trial will strive to be a forum for students interested in legal studies to explore the field and network with other prospective legal students..
Multicultural Engineering Coalition (MEC)
We build a sense of community among Sacramento City College science and engineering students and increase the number of culturally responsible scientists and engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community through outreach and community engagement activities, project-based team collaboration, and professional development support.
SCC-National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA)
Influencing nursing education, volunteering in the community, donation drives for charity, and mentorships.
Pacific Islanders Club
Increasing academic success, recruitment, retention of Pacific Islander students and club members.
Network with people in the psych field, hold multiple psychology-based discussions.
The Puente club is an extension of the Puente Project and what we want to do is focus on community, fundraising, building bonds and expanding our boundaries to create a family with our students. We want to create a safe space for anyone in need of one.
Queer-Straight Alliance (QSA)
The Queer & Straight Alliance is organized and operated for educational, supportive, and social purposes in order to promote increased knowledge and greater interest in diversity and the LGBT+ community in the Los Rios Community College District and in the greater Sacramento area.
Sustainability and Environmental Club
Creating a more sustainable campus community, learning from field experts, and exploring the diverse geographical regions of California.
Club purpose: People should write every day. Whether it be ten words, or ten thousand words, everyone should take time out of their day to express themselves through writing and project their emotions from pencil to paper. The Writers Café provides a safe environment where students can calmly discuss their quick time writings and get into the habit of creative expression.