LIBERAL, Kan. – Seward County Community College continues to make it easier and more affordable for students to get a four-year degree without leaving Southwest Kansas. SCCC and Newman University have entered into an articulation agreement that will allow students… Read More ›
Agriculture, Business & Personal Services Division
Sometimes, taking care of business means improvisation amid unforeseen circumstances. That’s exactly what happened in the Seward County Community College business program during spring semester 2023. “We had an unexpected sudden vacancy in our instructor roster, and that meant we… Read More ›
Seward County Community College students should never go hungry — and thanks to a new project on campus, Saints have another source for nourishment and supplies.
SCCC’s new agriculture and livestock judging instructors share their vision for a unique and thriving program.
With prior Perkins reserve, half a million dollars boosts growth LIBERAL — Seward County Community College has been selected to receive a Higher Education Advanced Manufacturing & Information Technology Equipment Grant in the amount of $310,237 from the Kansas Department of… Read More ›
Agriculture, one of the oldest activities in human history, is back in the spotlight at Seward County Community College, with a combination of old favorites and fresh approaches. This weekend marks the first-ever fundraising banquet for the SCCC Agriculture Department…. Read More ›
The value of Seward County Community College’s agriculture department was evident when Skyland Grain made a donation to the college. The Johnson, Kansas-based company reached out to award SCCC $2,000 in hopes of creating a pipeline to bring future employees… Read More ›
Students who plan to enroll in the Seward County Community College Cosmetology program in fall 2018 have a few weeks left to complete the application process, said program coordinator and instructor Sheila Scheib. “We are still accepting applications for the… Read More ›
The Connections Trail at Seward County Community College will continue to expand, thanks to a $60,890 grant awarded by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism. The announcement in late March came at the perfect time, said SCCC President,… Read More ›