Clubs & Organizations
The Amnesty International Club will focus on preventing and ending abuses to physical and mental rights, integrity, freedom and freedom of discrimination. They strive to bring awareness of race and culture on the campus, provide diversity training and collaborate with other groups to promote diversity and humanitarian rights.
Arab Women United
The purpose of the organization is to empower and uplift all women and to help each other overcome the many challenges we face as Arab Women. The organization creates a safe space to share our stories and journeys, speak out against racism and toxic cultural practices.
The Art Club provides an outlet for creating art and exploring different mediums. The hope to foster the creative process through art workshops, field trips, art exhibits and community outreach.
Asian Student Association Club
We sponsor events such as the annual Navratri Celebration that showcases the Indian culture to the college community and the larger surrounding community.
Mission: To create awareness of the South Asian culture and its growing influence.
- Sponsor events that showcase the Asian culture
- Raise money for service projects
- Increase membership
Black Students’ Union
In understanding that diversity creates value, our purpose at BSU is to foster an environment of inclusion for all students, with a focus on the Black student population; in an effort to change disparaging perspectives and narratives surrounding minorities.
Mission: To give guidance and develop knowledge about the business world.
We hold meetings with discussions on anything business related, attend seminars, networking possibilities, fundraising and scholarships.
Christian Challenge Club
Mission: To enrich the quality of the student’s overall college experience ethically, morally, and spiritually by challenging them to explore God’s word as a light that gives guidance for a full and well balanced life.
- Promote fellowship and participation in relevant bible discussions.
- Help others grow spiritually.
- Impact both the campus and our world for Jesus Christ.
Meetings: Meetings will be held every Tuesday of the Fall and Winter Semesters at Noon in the lower Waterman Center.
Computer Graphics Technology Club
The purpose of the CGT club is to provide CGT students a place to share work, collaborate on projects and gain experience in the field.
Dungeons and Dragons
The purpose of this club is to bring students together to play Dungeons and Dragons to play a regularly held D&D campaign and to exercise creativity when playing and creating characters.
The purpose of the Engineering Club is to expand students knowledge of the engineering field. They plan to apply what is learned in class on actual projects. The wish to motivate students to learn from each other and prepare students for what engineers actually do in the real world.
The purpose of this club is for students to come together and play organized flag football games.
Health Information Technology Club
The HIT Club’s main goal is to help equip new students in the HIM programs with the tools necessary to obtain a job in the HIM field. This is done through advertising available scholarships, specialized tutoring, job postings, communication through the HIT Club website and newsletter, networking at club functions, and various fundraisers through the school year.
Math and Physics Club
We serve to bring together students currently seeking a degree in math or science related fields to foster a higher level of interest and understanding of various math and physics related topics. Members will have the opportunity to participate in lectures, take part in Student Math League contest and Rube Goldberg projects, tutor high school students, and organize the annual Science Fair for middle school students.
Mission: To serve and bring together students currently seeking a degree in math or science related field. To foster a higher level for interest and understanding of various math and physics related problems.
- Promote the Student Math League Contest across campus and help Schoolcraft earn a high score by preparing our members well.
- Help coordinate the Schoolcraft Science Day and contribute demonstrations and/or experiments.
- Promote Math and Science to the campus and community by sponsoring guest speakers.
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Men’s Volleyball Club
The purpose of this club is to provide a competitive environment for a men’s volleyball group. The club consists of weekly practices and having fun in a competitive and enjoyable environment.
National Association for the Education of Young Children Student Chapter (NAEYC)
Mission: To provide a professional development opportunity for Schoolcraft students interested in teaching/working with children and families.
- Provide networking opportunities.
- Sponsor events to help the community and those in need.
- Sponsor recreational activities for members and the campus.
Native American Club
We have meetings, show films, sponsor guest speakers and other cultural events.
Mission: To foster an understanding of Native American culture, history, and traditions.
- To recruit more members.
- To become more aware on/around campus
- To increase the knowledge of Native American history to members
Otaku Anime Club
Mission: To enjoy and promote Japanese animation and pop culture.
- To come together as a group to celebrate our collective love of anime
- To have a space where anyone can be free to be themselves and make friends without fear of judgment or shame
- Have a place where people of like interests can network and plan different outings and events.
Meetings: Screenings will be held twice a month on Saturday evenings from 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. in the lower Waterman.
Phi Theta Kappa – Omicron Iota Chapter
The Phi Theta Kappa Society is an international honorary scholastic society serving two-year colleges offering associate degree programs. The society has more than 1100 chapters in the United States and abroad. Chapters are governed by the International Society, which is headquartered in Jackson, Mississippi. Schoolcraft College held its first initiation ceremony on September 22, 1966 to become an official chapter and was given the name, Omicron Iota.
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Project Playhem Gaming Club
This group holds various gaming and trading-card competitions, gaming events, and participate in a community service project to benefit a non-profit charity.
Mission: Support and unite members by creating a sense of community among student-gamers academically, socially and competitively by encouraging members to test and improve each other’s skills in a friendly and social atmosphere.
Safe Place aims to provide support and resources for members of the LGBT+ community and for students with mental illness and disabilities. They wish to educate students, faculty and staff on current events and advocate for safe and equal learning environments.
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Student Activities Board
Mission: Our mission as members is to make those here in the Schoolcraft community feel welcome and give them the ability to participate in fun events not because they have to but because they want to. We also look to help with charity not only in the local community but here on campus as well.
- Get student involvement
- Help with the community
- Keep the food pantry here on campus stocked
Student Nurse Association Club
A group to bring nursing students together to promote learning, togetherness and a healthy community.
Mission: To bring nursing students together for support. To promote health and well-being in the community.
- Provide community outreach opportunities.
- Promote Health and wellness.
- Service learning opportunities.
The Schoolcraft Connection Newspaper
The Schoolcraft Connection is the award-winning student newspaper at Schoolcraft College. Our mission is to publish news and feature stories, editorials and opinions relevant to the campus community while upholding the highest professional and ethical standards. The Connection is a free bimonthly publication and circulates throughout campus and can also be found online. Being a student-managed publication, The Connection gives an opportunity for students regardless of their major to learn and apply journalism skills.
Covering campus — and the worldview from it — means you will be able to:
- Sell ads
It’s a great place to find your fit in media.
- You’ll have pieces for your portfolio and memories for a lifetime.
- Find out what’s going on around campus, in the community and around the world!
- Take a peek at the award-winning publication we produce and let us know how you’d like to become part of the Connection.
- Grab the latest print version of the Connection on newsstands!
- The Connection online newspaper is updated between Connection issues.
Video Production Club
Mission: To help students who are interested in the multimedia field, learn more about the dynamics of media: writing, producing, editing, directing, in studio broadcasting and off site movie shoots for film.
Goals: To help students who are interested in the multimedia field, learn more about the dynamics of media: writing, producing, editing, directing, in studio broadcasting and off site movie shoots for film.
Goals: The goal of this club is to expose students to the emerging technology of augmented reality and virtual reality. Provide a space for creative individuals to get introduced to different types of XR development and create an atmosphere for students to pursue their own creative endeavors and facilitate growth through peer-to-peer learning.
The club plans to give members the opportunity to experience VR and its possibilities, attend “think tank” sessions for members to share their ideas and thoughts on topics to generate new ideas and evaluate possible solutions to problems with the use of XR technology.