LIBERAL, Kan. —Dr. Greg Gunderson will serve as the 12th president of Seward County Community College, following a vote by the Board of Trustees Monday night. Gunderson’s official start date is Dec. 1. SCCC Vice President of Finance and Operations… Read More ›
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Faculty and staff at Seward County Community College wrapped up what president Brad Bennett called “the best worst year” with service awards and the “Faculty of the Year” recognition. True to the year’s pandemic flavor, the ceremony was live-streamed for… Read More ›
Meet Amy Bridenstine, 2021 NISOD Excellence Award winner Money. It’s a taboo topic in polite conversation, but it affects everyone, especially students and their families. Seward County Community College Financial Aid Director Amy Bridenstine understands that money matters are less… Read More ›
NISOD award-winning nursing instructor earned degree and kept going LIBERAL, Kan. — Seward County Community College nursing instructor Chynessa Myers did not expect to earn a master’s degree and teach at an institute of higher learning. In fact, she did… Read More ›
Seward County Community College English instructor Sharon Brockmann has a soft spot for students who struggle to succeed in college. She’s been there. “I’m an English teacher who didn’t plan to be one,” she said. Originally a science major at… Read More ›
Meet new SCCC President Brad Bennett.
LIBERAL — Brad Bennett will serve as the 11th president of Seward County Community College, SCCC Board of Trustees Chairman Ron Oliver announced Saturday. Bennett, who currently serves as executive vice president of Colby Community College, is slated to begin work… Read More ›
Meet the person hero of Tammy Garth of the SCCC Financial Aid department!
A talkative little sister raised to aim high and be heard In honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, Seward County Community College is featuring the women who help make our Saints family remarkable. Celeste Donovan is the… Read More ›
Connecting with students prompted career shift For more than 10 years, Amy Bridenstine has been the face behind the checks that flow from the Accounts Payable desk at Seward County Community College. These days, she has a new role: overseeing… Read More ›