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.
Agriculture, Business & Personal Services Division
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 ›
Seward County Community College is in the top 10 once more, earning a spot on Diverse magazine’s “Most Promising Places to Work in Community College” list for 2017. The award was presented to SCCC team members last weekend, at… Read More ›