Formerly-chartered student clubs at SCC which are not active at this time.
Anime/Manga Appreciation Society
We have discussions on anime and manga, and do fundraisers for trips.
We foster community involvement in the field of chemistry, inspire younger generations to pursue the sciences, and provide an opportunity for SCC students to further explore their interests in chemistry.
American Medical Student Association (AMSA)
AMSA fosters a community of future physicians through education and advocacy.
A social and academic club to work with like-minded anthropology students to network with faculty, go on field trips, and ultimately gain a better understanding of Anthropology.
Art Club (The Creative Hub)
Providing a setting where artists and aspiring artists can come together and work on art, share ideas, network within the community, and have art shows.
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Los Rios Chapter
We plan and organize events, provide internships and job opportunities, and allow computer science students the chance to network within the community.
Black Student Union (BSU)
Our goal is helping our students know their history as well as lowering the black student drop out rate.
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.
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship
We provide a place for people to discover and grow a relationship with God through bible study teaching and fellowship with one another.
We foster compassion and goodwill towards others through service and leadership.
We promote leadership, networking for students to improve their programming skills.
CIS: Web Professionals
We bring students together studying web development and design, to foster growth, community, and soft skills for job preparation.
CIS: Women Who Code
We help members explore the world of computer science. Club members will engage in current topics of the industry and possible valuable job skills.
A group of individuals that collaborate with each other to give back to the community through the arts.
Creative Music Collective (CMC)
Creating a community for like-minded artists to collaborate together on projects.
Creative Writing Club
We create a platform for SCC students to help each other improve their writing and explore venues for publication.
Diversity in Medicine
Providing members with a supportive environment were they feel motivated and capable of achieving their goals of going into the medical field.
Dream Campus Ministry
We get students involved with actively reading and applying god’s word.
DREAMers United SCC
We seek to represent all cultures of UndocuScholars, immigrants, and students from mixed-status families.
EECS: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Gathering students who are interested in making something, using machines at MakerSpace to create our projects.
We function as a support group, both academically and socially or all electronics students.
We provide a supportive community for woman of STEM; provide resources such as workshops, speaker series, campus tours, facility tours, etc.
Grace & Truth
Teaching the Bible to College students through the study of biblical text, dissemination of biblical literature, personal and group contact and music.
We promote higher education within the Hmong community and to increase the awareness of the Hmong culture, while creating a positive social environment in the club that will help students accomplish their educational goals.
Indigenous Peoples Club
Creating a student support group for native students and assisting in community services.
Intersectional Feminism Club
We provide a comfortable space to have political discussions.
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Creating a welcoming space for students to explore faith on campus.
Jack of All Trades Club
We unite people of similar interests specifically Anime, Manga, Comic books, Trading Card Games, and Video Games.
Sharing Korean Culture with fellow SCC Students and Staff. Networking with other clubs and participating in campus activities.
La Raza Directiva
Uniting all the Latino clubs on campus to work on group projects & creating a better learning environment for the projected wave of Latinos who will attend SCC in the years to come.
Le Club Français
We promote better understanding of French and francophone language and culture.
Men’s Water Polo Club
We intend to improve the sport in the area and to help improve our aquatics facility at SCC.
We assist current and future students in the trade, tutoring, study groups, networking, and team building.
Model United Nations
We spread awareness and inform students at SCC about the importance of international politics and the United Nations.
We unite all cultures and bring awareness of each culture to help keep traditions alive.
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.
Multidisciplinary Engineering Campus Honor Society (M.E.C.H.S)
Creating a resourceful network of engineering and science enthusiasts, where we can create extracurricular projects and prepare one another for our profession.
Muslim Student Association
The MSA club’s vision is to promote unity, cohesiveness, and peace among Muslims and Non-Muslims at Sacramento City College by conducting events, promoting awareness and knowledge of Islam.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
We provide education and outside support services to students on campus with the help of NAMI.
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
Increasing the number of culturally responsible engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.
National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA)
Influencing nursing education, volunteering in the community, donation drives for charity, and mentorships.
Our members explore their minds and bodies through the knowledge/experience of dance and hip hop culture.
Providing a safe and fun environment for members to pursue interests in outdoor activities.
Pacific Islanders Club
Increasing academic success, recruitment, retention of Pacific Islander students and club members.
We engage students in philosophy through discussion, endeavors in academia, and completion of projects.
Phyz Kidz Club
We explore and build experiments to inspire excitement for various physics-related concepts.
Poetic Leaders Club
Express your creative writing in your own way to connect with people on a personal level to give someone a sense of not being alone in life.
Political Science Club (Davis Center)
We promote awareness and engagement of local, state, national, and international politics and to promote the political science major.
The Pre-Law Club is designed to assist students in their path to law school.
We aim to create a community focused on creating and exposing various forms of printmaking.
Network with people in the psych field, hold multiple psychology-based discussions.
Emphasizing the importance of higher education, sharing our culture with the SCC community, outreach to high school and the Greater Sacramento Area.
Promoting Latino cultural awareness and the mission of the Puente Project.
Queer-Straight Alliance (QSA)
The Sacramento City College 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.
Re-Emerging Scholars Club
Supporting formerly incarcerated and system impacted students.
Sac City Film Club
Establishing a place where students who are interested in the entertainment industry may gather, to learn new things about that in which they are interested in.
Sac City Web Professionals
Bringing students together studying web development and design, to foster growth, community, and soft skills for job preparation.
We reach out to help communities, and create a support network for first-generation or low-income college students.
SCC Chess Club
Sharing our interest in chess, networking with other students, interacting with faculty and staff.
SCC International Life
Assisting and supporting international students and students born in other countries.
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.
SCC Rotaract Club
The Rotaract Club is focused around volunteering for the local community.
Joining together students majoring or interested in science and technology.
Positive peer-led sex education, distribution of prophylactics, provide information on community resources and safe space.
Allowing students in STEM majors to incorporate into the SESI family and attend workshops, events and field trips.
Ski & Snowboard Club
We help each other learn how to snowboard or ski and have access to everything we need.
Creating a safe support group for students in recovery from substances.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
Goal: To form an organization of professional engineers to serve as role models in the Hispanic Community.
Sociology Club (Deconstruction Junction)
Our primary purpose is for students to come together and participate in activities/discussions related to the field of sociology.
Student Democratic Socialists
Purpose: Help raise Sacramento’s minimum wage to 15$ an hour
Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)
Students of the Sacramento City College Occupational Therapy Association Program are stewards and advocates of the allied health profession of occupational therapy.
Sustainability and Environmental Club
Creating a more sustainable campus community, learning from field experts, and exploring the diverse geographical regions of California.
TEACH (Teachers Educating to Achieve Children’s Happiness)
We educate and recruit students interested in working in the field of education primarily providing support and resources to students specifically wanting to become teachers.
UMOJA Success Scholars
We help raise funds, to apply towards graduation. To promote success and give students access to resources
We raise awareness for veteran students of their resources, and assist with their transition from military to academic environment.