A robust alumni network is a vital link to SCC's past and an important factor in building the reputation and financial health of the college. The network is also a resource for SCC alumni seeking to build their professional networks, becoming involved on campus, or just having fun and reconnecting with fellow Hawks.
The SCC Alumni Network was founded to promote and facilitate a lifelong relationship between SCC and its former students and to encourage ongoing support for the college. Alumni are former students who have graduated, transferred or received a degree or certificate. Students who have completed significant coursework at SCC may also be considered alumni.
The list of benefits of being an SCC alumnus continues to grow. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Associated Student Government was established to provide students with government and leadership experience. Opportunities are available to become involved in campus and statewide committees and councils as student representatives. In ASG, students learn firsthand about group dynamics and decision making, program planning, and running effective meetings. Additionally, there are many student clubs and organizations to join. For more information please visit www.sccollege.edu/studentlife or call (714) 628-4913.
Student Clubs and Organizations
The Inter-Club Council (ICC) represents all active student clubs and organizations on campus to promote leadership development, networking, communication skills and campus life. For a list of current student clubs and organizations, please visit www.sccollege.edu/studentlife To form a new student club, please call (714) 628-4917.
The office of Student Life and Leadership promotes and supports students' co-curricular Interests and provides excellent opportunities through the Student Leadership Institute (SU), the Associated Student Government (ASG), Inter-Club Council and student organizations. The office also provides a variety of services to students, faculty, and staff through assistance with student-focused event planning. For more Information, please call (714) 628-4912 or visit A-206.
The T-Buildings house the Associated Student Government room, Student Lounge, food services at the Hungry Hawk Cafe, and the Student Health and Wellness Services. To reserve rooms for use, call the Santiago Canyon College facilities office at (714) 628-4719.
The Inter-Club Council (ICC) represents all active student clubs and organizations on campus to promote leadership development, networking, communication skills and campus life. For a list of current student clubs and organizations, please visit student life. To form a new student club, please call (714) 628-4917.
Santiago Canyon College, home of the Hawks, is proud of its athletic teams and their rich athletic history. The college has fielded teams since 1999 and now offers competitive opportunities for student athletes in seven sports: men's and women's cross country, men's and women's soccer, softball, and men's and women's volleyball.
The Hawks compete in the highly competitive Orange Empire Conference (OEC) under the auspices of the California Community College Athletics Association. SCC's outstanding coaching and teaching staff, combined with an excellent system of academic assistance, has helped eligible students transfer to four-year colleges and universities.
2012 saw the opening of the new athletics and aquatics complex at Santiago Canyon College. The facility includes a fully equipped fitness center, strength lab, aerobics studio, men's and women's locker rooms, athletic training facilities, three indoor courts, a swimming pool and administrative offices.
All prospective student-athletes with questions about eligibility should contact the Director of Athletics at (714) 628-4816.
- Top-10 National Rank (Team): 2003 Men's Cross Country (#8)
- Top-10 State Rank (Team): 2003 Men's Cross Country (#3)
- State Finals Team 2014, 2011 (4th)
- Men's Individual State Golf Champion- Connor Covington 2010
- Orange Empire Conference Champions 2006
- Regional Finalists 2009, 2008, 2007
- Orange Empire Conference Champions 2009, 2007
- National Champions 2009
- State Champions 2009, 2006
- State Finalists 2017, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2009, 2007, 2006
- Regional Finalists 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004
- Orange Empire Conference Champions 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004
- Academic State Champions 2012, 2010, 2006, 2005
- State Champions 2016
- State Finalists 2014
- Super-Regional Finalists 2017, 2015, 2014, 2013.
- Orange Empire Conference Champions 2014
Track and Field
- Top-10 State Rank (Team)
- 2007 Women's Track & Field (#9) National Community College Record
- Women's 3000 Meter Steeplechase 2007 - Jenni Bair-Johnson (Track & Field)
Forensics is more commonly known as competitive speech and debate. The SCC Forensics team was one of the first signature programs to be offered when the college was first accredited. Members of the team travel to local tournaments on select weekends and perform persuasive speeches, debates, impromptus, poetry, drama, and many more. This co-curricular activity provides students with an excellent opportunity to stand out on transfer and job applications. Forensics teaches skills that are useful in any industry, but are particularly well-suited for students that are seeking careers in broadcasting, law, politics, and public relations. The team is open to all students, and students with no prior experience compete against other beginners at their first tournaments. For more information, contact Jared Kubica-Miller at email@example.com
The award winning Santiago Canyon College Model United Nations (MUN) Team offers students the opportunity to simulate the policies and processes of the United Nations and its various agencies, including non-governmental and inter-governmental organizations. Students participating in MUN enroll in Political Science 150 or 250 where they prepare for individual and team MUN events. Through these classes, students learn about the role of the United Nations in world politics by conducting research, writing resolutions, and _developing skills in diplomacy, public speaking, bargaining and negotiations. Students participating in MUN are required to attend intercollegiate United Nations conferences and competitions. For more information, contact Professor Rabii-Rakin at (714) 628-4940.