Special Interest Clubs

Special interest clubs at SPC
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American History Research Club
Advisors: Angie Zombek and Linda Yakle
Members of this club gain insight on proper research and scholarly work through their study of American history.

Advisors: Wende Huehn-Brown and Thomas Philippe
This club serves as a student chapter of the leading professional association for supply chain and operations management and the premier provider of research, education and certification programs that elevate end-to-end supply chain excellence, innovation and resilience.

Advisor: Joy Moore
This club is designed to foster a sense of community and respect among all students, particularly those of the African Diaspora.

Biology Club
Advisors: Michelle Osovitz, Linda Gingerich
This honor and professional society is for biological science students and features activities designed to stimulate interest, scholarly attainment and investigation in biology and to promote the dissemination of information and new interpretations among students of the life sciences.

Chikoku Club
Advisor: Joseph Benavides
This club is designed to promote a cultural understanding of Japanese culture – both traditional and pop, as well as explore the concepts and history of video games.

Civics Club
Advisor: Suzanne Preston
This club is designed to help students become more civically engaged in their community.

Engineering Club
Advisor: John Williams
Open to all students who have an interest in engineering, this club provides an open forum to share experiences and ideas among the campus at large.

Golden Key International Honour Society
Deborah Eldridge, Cynthia Grey
This club is designed to acknowledge student who are achieving high honors – encouraging them to continue with this achievement – at SPC. Members of this club also offers leadership in our community through service-oriented activities on and off campus.

High Achievers
Advisor: Denotra Showers
This club is designed to inspire students to excel personally, academically and professionally in order to obtain their goals through an atmosphere of support, friendship and freedom to pursue their individual dreams.

Honors College Consortium
The mission of the Honors College Consortium is to provide an exemplary education and build an intellectual community that encourages creativity, deeper understanding, leadership qualities and critical thinking skills for our most talented and motivated students.

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
Advisor: Carmen Simpson
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is an interdenominational, multi-ethnic, worldwide movement of students and faculty who are committed to serving Jesus Christ as lord.

International Club
Advisor: Angela Cole This club is designed to explore different cultures, unifying our student body, faculty and staff through a celebration of diversity.

Legal Studies Society
Advisor: Rachel Bennett
This clubs helps students in the Paralegal program gain opportunities for involvement in pro-bono and charitable activities, allows them to cooperate with state and local bar associations, as well as other law-related associations, and helps students to support and carry out the programs, purposes, aims and goals of the National Association of Legal Assistants, Inc.

Net Impact
Advisor: Lynn Grinnell
This club is designed to inspire, educate and equip individuals to use the power of business to create a more socially and environmentally sustainable world.

Phi Theta Kappa, Tau Zeta Chapter
Advisor: Julie Gomez
Phi Theta Kappa is an internationally recognized honor society for two-year college students whose goals are scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship. Membership requirements include: a 3.25 GPA or higher, completion of 12 college-level credit hours at SPC and payment of one-time membership dues.

Positive Directions Association
Advisor: Shirley Crumbley
This club assists the Women on the Way Challenge Center by encouraging adult students who have been out of an educational or vocational environment to adjust to their new role and environment. The club also encourages and promotes social and educational involvement, and members act as mentors for adult students.

Science Adventurers’ Club
Advisors: Monica Lara and Carl Opper
Members of this club participate in scientific exploration and research through field trips, volunteering and other activities.

Silent Titans
Advisors: Beth Carlson
Students in this club work to create an ideal learning environment for SPC students to experience deaf culture and learn and practice American Sign Language.

Student Florida Education Association
Advisor: Penny Barna
This club, designed for future educators, offers professional development workshops, networking and leadership opportunities, as well as the opportunity to meet other pre-service and in-service educators.

Student Government Association
Advisor: Stephanie Henningsen
The Student Government Association acts as the official liaison between the student body and the college administration.

Student Mentor Club
Advisor: Thomas Van Nostrand
SPC Mentors are a group of elite students who help to promote SPC to prospective and current students, creating a positive image of the college.

Student Veterans Association
Advisor: Eric Carver
Participants in this club work to create a positive environment designed to bridge veterans, academia and the community to foster fellowship among student veterans.

Titan Blue
Advisor: Ian Banks
This club is designed to build student pride in SPC athletics, as well as college-wide events and initiatives.

Tri Beta
Advisor: Erin Goergen
Through this club, students are encouraged to participate in scholarly activities to cultivate an intellectual interest in the natural sciences. The club also is designed to promote a better appreciation of the value of biological study. For more information, visit: http://spctribeta.weebly.com/  

Undergraduate Science Research Society
Advisor: Shannon McQuaig
This club is designed to promote research among undergraduate students, focusing on microbiology. The club also supports academic freedom for intellectual viewpoints in academia, and facilitates discussion, debate and dialogue over these issues.

Other clubs include:

  • American Cancer Society, Colleges Against Cancer
  • Athletics Booster Club
  • Badeya, black student union
  • Circle K
  • Club Aware
  • Colleges Against Cancer
  • Entrepreneurial Club
  • Ethics Club
  • Film Club
  • Fitness Club
  • Harambee - African American Student Union
  • Ice Hockey Club
  • International Club
  • JACX Club (Japanese Animation and Cultural Xperience)
  • Latinos United
  • Longboard Club
  • One@SPC Club
  • Positive Directions Association
  • Rotaract
  • Silent Titans - American Sign Language Club
  • Soccer Club
  • Sports and recreation
  • Student Republican Association
  • Toastmasters
  • United National Integrating Together (U.N.I.T)
  • Veterans Student Association

Religious clubs

  • Christian Club
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
  • Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
  • "Unleashed" Christian Club