Active Minds Club

Active Minds is a non-profit student run organization focused on changing the conversation about mental health by promoting a positive sense of wellbeing and spreading awareness about mental health among college students. Active Minds at SFCC will be dedicated to eradicating the stigma surrounding mental health. It will seek to educate about mental health and student wellbeing as well as provide resources to students by serving as a liaison between students and the mental health community. It also will work with faculty and staff on student feedback regarding campus wellness initiatives.  

Active Minds at SFCC seeks to empower young adults to speak openly about mental health to educate others and encourage them to seek help. The club seeks to change the culture on campus and in the community by providing information, leadership opportunities and advocacy training to the next generation.

Advisor: Deanna Barklage,, (660) 596-7355

Agriculture Organization

The Agriculture Organization promotes professionalism in agriculture occupations; promotes and encourages leadership among post-secondary students of agriculture; promotes patriotism and responsibility toward agriculture and the community; develops confidence and ability among students of agriculture; promotes recognition of the value of post-secondary vocational training in agriculture.

Advisor: Brad Driskill,, (660) 596-7238

Art Club

Art club encourages students to challenge the visual world around them and engage their own visual forms of expression.

Advisor: Meghan McClellan,, (660) 596-7385

Campus Christian Connect Club

C3 creates a community where people can explore and discover faith.

Advisor: Christopher, (660) 221-6990

Dental Hygiene Organization

Dental Hygiene cultivates, promotes and sustains the art and science of dental hygiene; to represent and safeguard the common interest of the members of the dental hygiene profession, and contribute toward the improvement of public health.

Advisor: Leigh Wilson,, (660) 596-7234

Nursing Organization

State Fair Community College Nursing program’s mission is to promote growth of the individual student to be caring and professional. SFCC’s Nursing program is dedicated to upholding the college’s belief to enable students to develop their talents and make a positive contribution to the community. The bi-level Nursing Organization provides opportunities for students to develop organizational and leadership skills.

Advisors: Kasey Fredendall, kfredendall@SFCCMO.EDU, (660) 596-7382; Krista Poe,

Phi Theta Kappa Organization

The purpose of Alpha Lambda Omega Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at State Fair Community College shall be the promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership and service and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students of this college.

Advisor: Kim Miller,, (660) 596-7340

Plywood Players Organization

This organization supports SFCC theatre students in their pursuit of an education. When possible, trips are made to see shows at other colleges as well as professional productions.

Advisor: Tim Wells,, (660) 596-7388

Radiologic Technology Organization

This organization provides Radiologic Technology students the opportunities to participate in campus engagement, community service and co-curricular activities.

Advisors: Danielle Beumer,, (660) 596-7178; Natalie Ficken, (660) 596-7403

Science Club

Science Club is for students who have an interest in a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) or healthcare field and want to network with like-minded individuals. Science club focuses on networking, service and enhancing skills/knowledge of interest to the members.

Advisor: Danielle Dace,, (660) 596-7305

SFCC Spirit Squad Organization

The squad supports SFCC teams, performs at home games and helps boost SFCC spirit! Anyone interested in cheering is welcome to try out.

Advisor: Dawn Macklin-Gulick,, (660) 596-7356

Speech and Debate Organization

The SFCC speech and debate team cultivates students’ critical thinking skills, while improving their persuasion and argumentation abilities. We compete in eleven individual speech events and multiple formats of debate. We are a community of scholars who come together to advocate for solutions to current problems within society. As a member of our team, you will have opportunities to travel across the United States, to gain leadership skills, to learn to advocate for the issues which matter to you, and to compete against students from both 2- and 4- year colleges.

Advisor: Sarah Nail,, (660) 596-7336

Student Government Association Organization

The State Fair Community College Student Government Association (SGA) is the official voice of the student body in matters relating to the college’s administration. SGA is a vital link in the college’s endeavors to ensure a positive learning environment for the student body. Each year the organization plans a wide variety of programs and activities designed to enhance campus life as well as support college-sponsored programs. SGA provides many opportunities for leadership, including involvement at the local, district and state levels of the organization. The SGA consists of the Executive Board and Senators that serve as representatives who plan and carry out the activities of the association. SGA is considered an important resource for both students and staff.

Advisor: Charles Howell,, (660) 596-7438

Student-MSTA Organization

The Student-Missouri State Teachers Association (S-MSTA) is the pre-professional organization for education majors on Missouri college and university campuses.

Members have opportunities for:
   -Personal and professional growth
   -Development of leadership skills
   -Participation in professional development at local and state levels

Advisor: Cara Barth-Fagan,, (660) 596-7329

TRiO Student Organization

The TRiO Student Club is for participants in the TRiO Student Support Services program. The TRiO Student Club participates in campus activities, fundraising activities and community events that encourage members to be involved and give back to the community. The club also hosts events for TRiO students, including holiday parties and fundraising activities that help eligible TRiO students with academic costs, such as certification testing and honor society membership fees.

Advisors: Leah Mullen,; Whitney Hamilton, (660) 596-7333


The purpose of Vivid is to encourage acceptance within the diverse population of the campus community, to create a place of support, respect, pride, and safety for LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, and more) members of the student body; to work toward a more accepting environment for all people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

Advisors: Amy Schroeder,, (660) 596-7299: Olivia Smith,

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