SCCC to permit public meetings on campus beginning Jan. 11, 2021 LIBERAL, Kan. — Seward County Community College will once again open its campus to host public meetings and civic groups beginning Jan. 11, 2021. The move is part of… Read More ›
In-person classes to resume in second week LIBERAL – Seward County Community College will be starting the first week of its spring semester with remote-learning classes only. All classes will be conducted through remote-learning for the first week, from Monday,… Read More ›
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 ›
Group builds connections through celebration, training, public forums LIBERAL — The Inclusiveness & Civility Mover Team at Seward County Community College hopes to build on the momentum generated by a recent forum hosted by the City of Liberal. “I&C has… 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 …
Patriot Day at Seward County Community College will look a little different in 2020, with an online “Parade of Heroes” and Zoom speaker instead of fire trucks and a hamburger cookout in the campus courtyard. The changes are secondary to the… Read More ›
Event hosted by City of Liberal in response to citizen comments LIBERAL — At a public forum hosted by the City of Liberal, Seward County Community College will facilitate discussion about issues of racism, inequity, and strengthening our community at 6… Read More ›
LIBERAL, Kan. — For more than two decades, newcomers to Liberal have found friendship and support in the corner-lot center for adult education programs offered by Seward County Community College. Bill and Virginia Colvin donated the building to the college… Read More ›
The ACT served as a “baby step” toward a full campus reopening slated for the first week of July.
SCCC will go the extra mile to ensure future college students can take the ACT.