LIBERAL, Kan. — Students interested in furthering their academic career will have the opportunity to visit with representatives from four-year institutions and military services at the Seward County Community College Transfer Fair on Tuesday, September 21 from 9 a.m. to… Read More ›
LIBERAL, Kan. – Seward County Community College, a Hispanic-Serving Institution, is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from September 15 to October 15. A Hispanic-Serving Institution is an institution of higher education with a full-time enrollment of at least 25… Read More ›
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 ›
Read Phil Lee’s column about the first week of classes. View Lois Magner’s award-winning photo essay.
LIBERAL — The Seward County Community College Spring Concert made its return to the Showcase Theater on Friday with wonderful performances after the pandemic shut down the event last year. SCCC band and choir students were given the opportunity to… Read More ›
Business office offers guidelines to manage outstanding bills With spring semester just past the halfway mark, Seward County Community College will begin enrollment for Fall 2021 for continuing students on March 29. The date is a change from the original… Read More ›
LIBERAL — The Seward County Community College Foundation kicks off its spring — make that autumn —phonathon Monday at 4 p.m. after a months-long pandemic delay. The event, slated to run three weeks, will deploy crews of SCCC students and team… Read More ›
Oct. 8 reading planned at SCCC When Janice Northerns left her position as creative writing and English instructor at Seward County Community College, her motivations for early retirement were clear: She wanted more time to write. Less than two years… Read More ›