Fully 50 percent of the federal funds for COVID-19 hardship will be funneled directly to students.
Month: September 2020
Oct. 8 reading planned at SCCC When Janice Northerns left her position as creative writing and English instructor at Seward County Community College, her motivations for early retirement were clear: She wanted more time to write. Less than two years… Read More ›
Hispanic Heritage Month, nationally recognized from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 each year, is particularly meaningful at Seward County Community College, where the student population is nearly double the benchmark required to qualify as a Hispanic Serving Institution. So how… Read More ›
‘It’s a privilege and a responsibility,’ guest speaker says First-year seminar classes at Seward County Community College are designed to provide incoming freshmen with a wide-ranging introduction to the secrets of college success, from how to log in to the… Read More ›
Family establishes GoFundMe page to offset medical bills Information provided by the Jawara family At first it felt like a fever combined with a racing heartbeat. Seward County Community College basketball player Surakata Jawara had tested negative for COVID-19, but… Read More ›
LIBERAL – Seward County Community College has completed COVID-19 testing of all its athletes during the second week of classes. With help from the Seward County Health Department, 102 athletes were tested and four athletes came back COVID-19 positive. The… Read More ›