Members of the public can meet the three finalists as part of the interview process for Seward County Community College’s 12th Presidential Search. A public meet-and-greet session is set for 3:15 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 8, with candidate Dr. Clayton Tatro,… Read More ›
Month: August 2021
LIBERAL, Kan. — Business & Industry at Seward County Community College will host the fall Southwest Energy Institute Sept. 14-16. Registration is now open for in-person classes that cover specialized topics in the oil and gas energy trades. Over a… Read More ›
LIBERAL, Kan. — It was the first day of classes for the majority of USD 480 on Tuesday and Seward County Community College athletes were at the elementary and middle schools to greet new and returning students. SCCC, which began… Read More ›
The Seward County Community College Board of Trustees has announced its shortlist of finalists in its search for the college’s 12th president. Dr. Greg Gunderson will interview on campus Sept. 1. Gunderson currently serves as President Emeritus of Park University… Read More ›
Read Phil Lee’s column about the first week of classes. View Lois Magner’s award-winning photo essay.
LIBERAL, Kan. – Another semester is underway at Seward County Community College. The first day of classes kicked off on Monday to start the fall semester for the 2021-22 academic year. Due to an increase in positive COVID-19 cases and… Read More ›
The Seward County Community College Foundation has announced plans for its annual party auction, slated for Saturday, Sept. 25. The in-person event with live music, a catered meal, complimentary beer and wine, and the silent and live auctions, returns after… Read More ›