The college’s zero-tolerance policy has not changed, but its response plan for students has been improved.
Safe & Healthy Campus
LIBERAL – Seward County Community College continued to show its commitment to a safe and healthy community by supporting the Seward County Health Department with its COVID-19 vaccination rollout at the Seward County Activity Center on Wednesday. SCCC employees, who… Read More ›
LIBERAL – The spring semester is underway at Seward County Community College and it was full speed ahead on Monday. Students and instructors started remote learning while there was a second round of COVID testing. For the first week, SCCC… 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 ›
College completes first week of classes, manages COVID-19 reporting and testing.
College adjusts reopening efforts to emphasize ‘Responsibility & Respect’ LIBERAL — Seward County Community College has adjusted its reopening mode to require masks be worn on campus. The executive team decision comes in response to the increase of COVID-19 cases inSeward… Read More ›
SCCC will go the extra mile to ensure future college students can take the ACT.
KDHE issues new recommendations for quarantine and isolation of travelers, close contacts and those being tested TOPEKA – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) is issuing new guidance today surrounding COVID-19, including travelers, close contacts of confirmed cases… Read More ›