College will explore bridge funding for Capital Campaign

$2 million can establish flexibility with phases of construction process Seward County Community College is a step closer to starting two major projects in 2018 after trustees voted Monday night to explore bridge funding methods needed to break ground. Final concepts have been approved for the Sharp Champions Center and the Colvin Family Center for…

SCCC trustees tour updated facilities on campus

Sound system in the Greenhouse, Mansions rehab complete The Seward County Community College Board of Trustees handled a light agenda at its monthly meeting Monday, including an update from the Kansas Board of Regents, citizen comments, approval of college strategic priorities for the 2017-18 academic year, and a tour of recently updated areas of campus….

Lessons learned and paid forward

Tammy Doll’s work at SCCC Foundation reflected her life story The mission of Seward County Community College is to enrich peoples’ lives through education. Doing so costs money, and through the SCCC Foundation, the college offers additional help to make a college education possible, no matter what a student’s circumstances. Much of that can be…

Trustees approve new building names

Capital Campaign projects prompt discussion, plans for next steps Seward County Community College hopes to break ground on two major projects by spring 2018, and trustees discussed how to make the goal a reality at Monday’s regular board meeting. The Sharp Champions Center, an indoor practice space for baseball, softball, and other sports, with lockerrooms, office, and club…