Student Services

Venice Clubs

This is a list of of clubs that are associated with the Venice Campus.


 

History and Political Science Club

Advisor: Michael Rogers

E-mail: RogersM@SCF.edu

The History and Political Science Club promotes the study of history and political science to further the understanding of past and present social and political ideologies       in order to promote diversity of views.

STEM.Med

Advisor: Heather Shehorn & Deni Ors

E-mail: ShehorH@SCF.eduOrsD@SCF.edu

The STEM.Med Club provides opportunities and resources for students interested in exploring topics related to general science, technology, engineering, mathematics, or medical sciences.


Math Olympics

Advisor: Cathy Panik & Claire Geiger

E-mail: PanikC@SCF.eduGeigerC@SCF.edu

The Mathematics Olympics is an annual competition among teams from Florida's   public two-year colleges. Teams compete in timed individual and group problem solving events that cover the entire spectrum of   lower  division (1000-2000 level)   mathematics  course content.

 

Student Government Association - SGA

Advisor: Dris Stephen

E-mail: StepheI@SCF.edu

The SGA serves as the official voice for all students enrolled in credit courses at State College of Florida. SGA is responsible for a variety of extracurricular activities and events; promotes citizenship, service, and leadership development; and serves as the umbrella organization for the InterClub Council (ICC).


Pop Culture Club

Advisor: Lynette O'Neill & Terry Byrne

E-mail: OneillL@SCF.edu & ByrneT@SCF.edu

The Pop Culture Club serves to promote awareness and increase knowledge of   popular culture and its influence on   individuals and society through examination and creation. Pop culture includes art, food, music, movies, TV, cartoons, comics, anime, games, fashions/fads, dance, toys and the Internet.

Student Veterans of America

Advisor: William Graydon

E-mail: Graydon@SCF.edu

Student Veterans of America provides military veterans, dependents, and supporters with resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education and beyond.


Phi Beta Lambda - PBL

Advisor: Marina Cosgrove

E-mail: CosgroM@SCF.edu

All students who have an interest in business and business-related fields are invited to join. Club members are involved in community leadership service activities. Club members compete with other business club students     at district, state and national levels for     honors in business competition events.

Swampscribes

Advisor: Doug Ford

E-mail: FordD@SCF.edu

The Swamp Scribes strives to provide a non-academic forum to discuss and exchange ideas to further the imagination, creativity, and originality of our members and campus community, and to promote diversity of views by studying and performing works from other cultures.


Phi Theta Kappa - PTK

Advisor: Jenna Jarvis

E-mail: JarvisJ@SCF.edu

PTK is the International Honor Society of the two-year college. Invited are all students     who have achieved a cumulative GPA of      3.5 or above, having completed at least one    full-time semester or at least 24 semester hours  on a part-time basis.  Students engage in leadership, social, and service activities.

Xenos

Advisor: Frances Auld

E-mail: AuldF@SCF.edu

Xenos is devoted to establishing a safe place of inclusivity at SCF Venice and a diverse and welcoming environment that will contribute to a positive and productive atmosphere on campus. Xenos advocates for groups including, but not limited to, the LGTBQ+ community and those who are identified through gender, ethnicity, race, or religion. As a group, we emphasize the need to embrace the value of all people and support our fellow students.


Sigma Kappa Delta - English Honors

Advisor: Frances Auld & Marie Hendry

E-mail: AuldF@SCF.eduHendryM@SCF.edu

SKD is the National English Honor Society for two-year colleges. Eligible for membership are currently enrolled students who have completed a minimum of one college course (excluding developmental courses) in English Language or Literature, with a grade no less than a B in any English course and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above having completed a minimum of 12 semester credit hours.

Food Forest Club

Advisor: Woody McCree

E-mail: MccreeJ@SCF.edu

The Food Forest Club serves to maintain and promote the SCF Venice Food Forest as an inspirational, educational tool for students and the community while also providing a forum and group setting for people interested in sustainability, philosophy, spirituality, agriculture and the natural environment.

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