Student Life

 
  • Get involved at SCC!

    Student life thrives at SCC! Visit the Student Hub in the Powers Building (C-wing) or enjoy the outdoors on the SCC Campus Green. The office of Student Life manages campus activities external to the classroom, promotes community service opportunities, supervises the Student Events and Activities Board -- also known as SEA Board - and serves as a liaison between SCC administration and student organizations.

    See the friendly faces of SCC Student Life and more in your MySCC Portal account, Student Life page!

    Interested in joining SEA Board? You will find an application at this link in the MySCC Portal. You may also download SEA Board application PDF, contact Student Life at (864) 592-4752 or email studentlife@sccsc.edu

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  • MySCC App

     

    Download MySCC App (FREE) SCC's mobile app to access your student account and view information on classes, events, announcements and maps. Features:

    App for SCC
    1. My Courses
    2. Notification
    3. My Grades
    4. Campus news
    5. Directory
    6. Events
    7. Maps
    8. Important Phone Numbers
    9. Desire2Learn (D2L)
    10. Registration

    Download FREE MySCC App

    Visit your smart phone provider's app store and search for "MySCC" or "Spartanburg Community College."
    iTunes App Store (Designed for iPhone and iPad)
    Android Apps on Google Play

    MySCC Portal

    Your student portal account with MySCC portal is a gateway to all things SCC!

    MySCC Calendar

    Join SCC's active calendar to keep up with important dates, deadlines and events - it is customizable just for you, and ties in with your SCC student email, too!

     

  • College Town | Spartanburg


    College Town school mascots on Main St.

    What is College Town? A not-for-profit consortium of Spartanburg s seven public and private accredited colleges and universities.

    College Town capitalizes on the advantages offered by the large number of diverse colleges in order to create educational, social, service and career development opportunities for students.

    College Town showcases Spartanburg to students as a place to live, work, play and stay.

    See the College Town website for calendar of events, job and internship postings, feature information and more.

     

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    1.  Student Organizations & Clubs

      Why join a club or organization? Because you learn just as much from experiences outside of a classroom as you do in one! Not only will your resume reflect your commitment and involvement, you'll also make a difference in the lives of others. Learn more about Clubs and Organizations at SCC in your SCC Student Planner & Handbook (download or view online) or email studentlife@sccsc.edu.

    2. Volunteering Opportunities

      SCC's Student Life office promotes and encourages student involvement in community services. Walk with us in the March of Dimes March for Babies walk, pack Bags of Love for children in need, collect toiletry items for local family shelters and more. Learn more about specific volunteerism opportunities by emailing studentlife@sccsc.edu.
    3. Cultural & Community Events

      There is always something going on in Spartanburg, and SCC can connect students with events and activities in the community. Outdoor activities through the Spartanburg Parks Department, Black History Month, plays, concerts and more are encouraged for student involvement. Be sure to check your MySCC Portal and the SCC website home page for events listings involving SCC and partners.
    4. Students Events & Activities (SEA) Board

      Get involved in a leadership role at SCC by joining SEA Board: Student Events and Activities Board. Email studentlife@sccsc.edu to connect with our Student Life coordinator and get involved or download SEA Board application PDF.
    5. Student Ambassador Programs

      Student Ambassadors are currently enrolled students selected to represent SCC to prospective students and to the community throughout the academic year. The Ambassadors assist the Recruiting Office with recruitments efforts such as campus tours and community events. Student Ambassadors are recognized for their outstanding service and commitment both to the College and to the community.

      What are the benefits of becoming a Student Ambassador?

      Become a part of a dynamic, highly-visible, service-oriented organization
      Develop and refine leadership and communication skills
      Create lasting friendships and associations
      Network with students, alumni, college employees and the community
      Become knowledgeable about the College s history, programs, and services
      Gain valuable experience that will be a great addition to any resume
      Have fun while assisting prospective students and learning more about Spartanburg Community College

      If you are interested in becoming a Student Ambassador, please complete the Student Ambassador Form and submit two letters of recommendation to Ashlee Mahoney, Recruiting Coordinator by emailing mahoneya@sccsc.edu

      For more information about the Student Ambassador opportunity, please contact the SCC Recruiting office at (864) 592-4122.

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  • Stay Informed with Alerts from SCC

     

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    For alerts and updates, check this website or call (864) 592-4325.

    SCC students, faculty and staff are alerted through a college-wide notification system using the information you provide in your account. This includes phone calls, texts (to text-capable mobile phones) and emails. You can manage your contact information or add others to your alert list (such as parents) in your MySCC Portal Self Service account.

    NOTE: IF YOU CHOOSE TO OPT OUT OF THIS SERVICE, YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE CRITICAL ALERTS!

    Emergency Response at SCC

     

    This plan serves as a guide for all SCC personnel in the event of an emergency at or near one of the campuses of SCC, including any situation requiring the closing of any campus or the suspension of classes. While no plan can cover every possible situation or emergency, this guide describes basic actions necessary to protect personnel and property and to enhance the capability of SCC response in coordination with local emergency response agencies. Specifically, this guide outlines emergency management actions and resources for responding to issues including:

    • Accidents
    • Violence (including active shooter)
    • Severe weather (including tornadoes)
    • Fire and other evacuations
    • Psychological crises
    • Power or gas outages
    • More...

    View or download the SCC Emergency Response Guide (PDF)

     

 

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