Options matter more than ever, says SCCC Admissions Director Eric Volden.
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Family establishes GoFundMe page to offset medical bills Information provided by the Jawara family At first it felt like a fever combined with a racing heartbeat. Seward County Community College basketball player Surakata Jawara had tested negative for COVID-19, but… Read More ›
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 ›
Try. Try to combat inequality, try to show compassion for others, try to build our community in order to serve all more equally. That was the challenge Dr. Ken Trzaska issued to City of Liberal officials …
Wellness Center, library, campus facilities available once more LIBERAL, Kan. — Seward County Community College will reopen to the public beginning Tuesday, July 7, college administration announced this week. Following nearly four months of facilities closure, SCCC will welcome people… Read More ›
The ACT served as a “baby step” toward a full campus reopening slated for the first week of July.
SCCC scholarship/grant priority deadline extended Seward County Community College provides students with financial assistance through a limited amount of scholarships/grants. Applications for these scholarships/grants must be completed every year. Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the priority deadline for SCCC… Read More ›
LIBERAL, Kan. – The Seward County Community College County Community College Foundation will be holding its annual Board of Governors meeting through remote access on Wednesday, March 25. Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), the meeting will be limited to essential… Read More ›
LIBERAL, Kan. – Seward County Community College has resumed its spring semester classes through an online format, beginning Monday, March 23. When the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic hit and state and local government announced restrictions on gatherings and activities, SCCC decided… Read More ›