LIBERAL, Kan. — In response to steep increases in COVID-19 cases in the community, Seward County Community College will limit public access to campus beginning Nov. 30 when students return from Thanksgiving break. SCCC President Brad Bennett said the… Read More ›
LIBERAL, Kan. —The Seward County Community College Board of Trustees met Monday, Nov. 2 for its regularly monthly session, and the first with President Brad Bennett in attendance. The agenda included an update from the Mover Group for Enrollment Management,… Read More ›
Students can opt for remote or on-campus work after Thanksgiving LIBERAL, Kan. — A mindful approach to slowing the spread of COVID-19 cases has enabled Seward County Community College to operate with in-person classes for eight weeks. This week, the… Read More ›
In a county frequently listed as a national hotspot, SCCC saw the pandemic impact local enrollment.
Fully 50 percent of the federal funds for COVID-19 hardship will be funneled directly to students.
College completes first week of classes, manages COVID-19 reporting and testing.
College adjusts reopening efforts to emphasize ‘Responsibility & Respect’ LIBERAL — Seward County Community College has adjusted its reopening mode to require masks be worn on campus. The executive team decision comes in response to the increase of COVID-19 cases inSeward… Read More ›
When COVID-19 forced a campus shutdown at Seward County Community College, instructors leaned in to the features of the college’s Learning Management System.
Remote Emergency Instruction worked in Qaiyoom Olanlege’s favor. He came to Seward County Community College to play basketball with the nationally-ranked Saints. Along the way, he grew as an artist — despite a pandemic.
SCCC to continue emergency remote instruction for summer term LIBERAL, Kan. — Summer classes at Seward County Community College will continue in the emergency remote instruction format, announced dean of arts and sciences Luke Dowell. The college’s academic affairs team… Read More ›