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Schoolcraft Connection

The Student News Site of Schoolcraft College

Schoolcraft Connection

The Student News Site of Schoolcraft College

Schoolcraft Connection

Club Meetings

Welcome to our clubs meetings page. Here you will find up to date information on club meeting times and login information. Meetings are based on semester to semester. Many clubs are inactive during the Spring and Summer semesters.

If you are interested in starting a new club that is not listed please contact the Student Activities Office for more information at 734-462-4422 or email: [email protected]


Amnesty International

Every other Friday starting September 30
6-7 p.m.
Lower Level, VisTaTech Center • Conference Room E

Their focus is on preventing and ending abuses to physical and mental rights, integrity and freedom from discrimination. Goals are to raise awareness of race and culture, provide diversity training and promote diversity and humanitarian rights. Amnesty International is a worldwide human rights organization run by its members. We protect people, defending their rights to freedom, truth and dignity. Each meeting we discuss issues worldwide and work together to create change.


Arab Women United

Meetings start September 27
Every Tuesday
1-2 p.m.
Lower Waterman, VisTaTech Center
Conference Room E

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. We provide a safe space to share stories and journeys and speak out against racism and toxic cultural practices.


Art Club

Every Tuesday
5-5:45 p.m.
Forum 470

The Schoolcraft Art Club is an outlet for creating art and exploring art mediums. Goals are to foster the creative process through workshops and art creation, raise money for charity and attend art markets and fairs.


Asian Student Association


Their mission is to create awareness of the South Asian Culture through events such as the annual Navratri Celebration that showcases the Indian culture to the campus and community.


Black Student Union (BSU)


In understanding that diversity creates value, BSU exists to create and maintain resources to support all students of color but with a focus on the African American Student.


Business Club

4:30 t0 5:30 p.m.
Lower Level, VisTaTech-Conference Room D


The Schoolcraft Business Club is committed to furthering the business education of its members by giving guidance and helping to develop knowledge about the business world. Goals of the club include: Networking, Learn how to communicate better, Workforce Preparedness, Soft Skills, Resume Building, Financial Literacy, Volunteer and Service Opportunities, Diversity through Equity and Inclusion, Marketing your Brand and LinkedIn.


Christian Challenge

1 p.m.
Lower Waterman, Conference Room D

Christian Challenge’s mission is to enrich the quality of the overall college experience by challenging participants to explore God’s word as a guide for a full and well-balanced life.


Computer Graphics Technology Club


The purpose of the club is to help build the computer graphics community by offering learning resources, networking opportunities, collaboration, portfolio review, challenges and job listings.


Dungeons and Dragons Club

4-9 p.m.
Lower Level, VisTaTech Center

The purpose of the club is to play a regularly held D & D campaign.


Early Childhood Educators


Their mission is to provide a professional development opportunity for students interested in teaching/working with children and families.


Earth and Geoscience Club

First meeting October 5
6 p.m.
Forum 360

The purpose of this club is a platform that provides opportunities for students to gather and share their interests in the Earth Sciences and beyond. Activities include meetings, events, field trips and more!


Manufacturing. and Engineering Club

Next Meeting October 8
Manufacturing and Engineering Center Campus
MEC 110
10-11 a.m.

The purpose of the Engineering Club is to expand student’s knowledge of the engineering fields. Goals include: applying what is learning in engineering classes on actual projects, motivate students to learn from each other on different topics, and prepare students on what engineers do in the real world.


Flag Football Club


Flag football is a variant of American football where, instead of tackling players to the ground, the defensive team must remove a flag or flag belt from the ball carrier to end a down, and contact is not permitted between players. The club is recreational sports club. All are welcome to join.


Math & Physics Club

Wednesdays 2-3 p.m.
BTC 200

Please contact Club advisor Professor Micheal McCoy for more information at [email protected] or 734-462-7147

The Math and Physics Club is for students who love the subject and are intrigued by challenging problems. If you find mathematics fascinating and fun–and you’d like to meet and work with other students who feel the same way–then this club has your name on it!

Sample activities: Guest speakers, learn about scholarships and admissions to universities, challenge problems at every meeting, compete against other community colleges in the annual Student Math League Contest–SC was #5 in the nation in 2018-19, Road trip to Ann Arbor for free Saturday Morning Physics lectures at U of M, Game Night and other fun activities plus free books!


Native American Club


The mission of the Native American Club is to foster an understanding of Native American culture, history and traditions. The group will have meetings, show films, sponsor guest speakers and other cultural events. The goal of the club is to increase the knowledge of Native American culture and history to members and the campus community.


Otaku Anime Club

October 8 and 22
November 12 and 26
December 10

5-10 p.m.
Lower Waterman, VisTaTech Center

The mission of the Otaku Anime Club is to enjoy and promote Japanese animation and pop culture. The goals of the club is 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 judgement or shame, have a place where people of like interests can network and plan different outings and events.


Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society 

Want to make a difference in your community? Join Phi Theta Kappa for their General Membership Meetings. Phi Theta Kappa is the International Honor Society of the two year college. Eligibility requirements: Cumulative 3.5 GPA, completed 12 credit hours above the 100 level. Gain leadership & service skills, eligibility for transfer scholarships.


Project Playhem Video Game Club

Mondays for Game Play
12-2 p.m.
Lower Level, VisTaTech
Thursdays over Discord or in-person for Meetings

Project Playhem Video Game Club holds various gaming and trading card competitions, gaming events and participate in community service projects to benefit local non-profit charities.


Safe Place

5:30 p.m. on Google Meets and in Conference Room C
Lower Level, VisTaTech Center

Discord code: aSxXByHPRq

Safe Place wants to provide a welcoming and safe atmosphere where we educate each other on issues affecting the Disabled, Mental Health, and LGBTQIA2+ communities while offering a sense of community to those involved. Learn about current minority issues and supporting our community. Activities include: Informational nights, chill nights to hang out and play games, collaborates with other organizations, community outreach and fundraising, on-campus personal support.


Schoolcraft Connection Student Newspaper

Meetings every Monday at 2 p.m.
Lower Waterman, VisTaTech Center
Conference Room C

The Schoolcraft Connection is the award winning student newspaper at Schoolcraft College. The papers 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 free publication that prints six times per year (Fall and Winter) and circulates throughout campus and can also be found online at

Being a student managed publication, The Schoolcraft Connection gives an opportunity for students regardless of their major to learn and apply journalism skills. Covering campus and the world view from it, means students will be able to write, photograph, design, sell advertisements and do video production. Experience preferred but not required.


Student Activities Board

3 p.m.
Lower Waterman, Conference Room C

The mission of the Student Activities Board is to make those 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. This club also helps with charity not only in the local community but there on campus as well.


Student Nurse Association


A group to bring nursing students together to promote learning and support. Also to promote health and well-being in the community.


Video Production Club

6:30 p.m.
Student Activities Center Lounge

The Video Production Club offers students who are interested in video production a place to network, learn and grow professionally using professional equipment for TV Production. Student learn how to produce, edit videos, operate cameras, sound/graphics. Students can participate in short films, broadcast tv, new stories, filming live sporting events. No experience necessary. Will train.


Volleyball Club

6:30-9 p.m.
Mercy Elite Sports Center

3:30-6 p.m.
Mercy Elite Sports Center

The purpose of the group is to provide a competitive environment for students to play volleyball.


XR Club

noon to 1:30 p.m.
Student Activities Center

Goal is to expose people to the emerging technology of augmented reality and virtual reality. Provide a space for creative individuals to be introduced to different types of XR development.