Who we are
Scacon was started by the members and advisor of the TCC South Campus Anime Club. Today it is run by a core staff of current Anime Club officers, TCC staff members, and TCC Alumni. The SCACon staff is driven to bring quality, nerdy content to the TCC community. Even if it means creating it.
In its first year SCACon featured modest programming including a small cosplay contest, tabletop and video game tournaments and panels such as “Getting your friends into Anime” and “Tenchi Muyo Madness.” Despite these modest offerings attendance was nothing but, with nearly 300 in attendance.
With the cooperation of some amazing new partners, volunteers and vendors the second annual South Campus Anime Convention garnered attendance just shy of 500.
The SCACon 3 attendance number of 1200 was more than doubled our previous year and a sure fire sign that SCACon is here to stay!
We are projecting 2000 attendees at our 2019 convention.
Want to join in on the fun? Here's some major ways you could be a part of SCACon!
Submit a Panel
Interested in hosting a panel this year at SCACon? Submit a panel application! SCACon is always looking for new and fun content.
SCACon runs on volunteer power! Be sure to check out the rules before you apply. If you would like to volunteer, fill out our Volunteer Application.
Interested at selling your anime and gaming related merchandise at this year's convention? Fill out our Exhibitor/Vendor Application to reserve your booth!
Plan Your Visit
Some things to help plan your convention experience.
SCACon is made possible by partnerships from TCC South Campus clubs. The Gaming Club, the Korean Interest Association, and many more come together to provide quality content for SCACon.
As a Tarrant County College Organization, the SCACon staff makes it a point to create lasting community partnerships with other student organizations, other fan-based groups, and local businesses.