April 19, 2020 : COVID-19 update

SCCC works with KDHE to provide help, support for families LIBERAL, Kan.  — Seward County Community College trustees held an unusual  Sunday afternoon meeting by phone to discuss a request for help from the State of Kansas to potentially help with COVID-19 responses. The trustees unanimously approved a motion to provide emergency housing for uninfected family members of…

SCCC earns 2020-21 Military Friendly School designation

College can provide a bridge to civilian life and success LIBERAL, KS (Feb. 27, 2020) — Seward County Community College has long endeavored to serve the needs of veterans. Now, its efforts are official with the 2020-2021 Military Friendly® School designation. “This is a student population that is near and dear to my heart,” said SCCC…

Chamber lists SCCC Board Trustee as ‘Man of Distinction’

Engel serves on SCCC Foundation as well New 2020 calendars listing Liberal area Men and Women of Distinction include a longtime supporter of Seward County Community College — John Engel. The honor is well-earned, as SCCC President, Dr. Ken Trzaska noted. “John and I share the advantage of early involvement with the Boy Scouts of America,…

Talk with Dr. T in Sublette

Parents, students, community members welcome As the region’s provider of higher education, Seward County Community College serves 11 outreach communities, providing rural high school students with access to early college coursework. That means SCCC is eager “to hear what rural communities want, starting with  Sublette,” says SCCC President, Dr. Ken Trzaska. He will visit Sublette…