May 12, 2020 : COVID-19 update

SCCC to continue emergency remote instruction for summer term LIBERAL, Kan.  —  Summer classes at Seward County Community College will continue in the emergency remote instruction format, announced dean of arts and sciences Luke Dowell. The college’s academic affairs team made the decision as COVID-19 positive test results continue to increase in Seward County.  “After…

May 5, 2020 : COVID-19 update

SCCC cancels regular Kids College sessions for summer LIBERAL, Kan.  — As part of the rhythms of a normal year at Seward County Community College, early spring means choosing a theme for the ever-popular Kids College, which gives children ages first- through eighth grade an opportunity to sample the college experience through fun, hands-on classes during…

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…

Time to enroll for the spring semester

If you haven’t noticed, the Spring semester at Seward County Community College is starting a little later this year. Usually at this time, the campus is bustling with students trying to navigate through the hallways and find their classes. Not this year. Spring classes — day and night — begin January 14. The doors are…

Holiday cheer spreads across campus

While the end of a semester includes a certain level of stress, the positive side of December at Seward involves cookies, sweaters, and plenty of holiday cheer. Among the opportunities for students are cookies and cocoa to stave off those pre-exam jitters, Moonlight Finals breakfast, gingerbread-house-building, food drives, concerts, performances in the community, a Christmas…

SCCC announce Spring Break hours

Business offices, Wellness Center, library remain open  Seward County Community College will observe Spring Break from Monday, March 12, to Friday, March 16. Classes will not meet during the week, although campus offices will maintain normal business hours of 7:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.  Patrons of the SCCC Wellness Center can continue their fitness activities,…