Kyle Woodrow joins SCCC team as Chief Development Officer

College, Foundation name Liberal native to post LIBERAL, Kan.  — Through seasons of change and unexpected circumstances like a global pandemic, institutional growth continues. That principle is reflected in the announcement that Seward County Community College has named the Rev. Kyle Woodrow as Chief Development Officer, in tandem with the SCCC Foundation, which Woodrow will head…

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…

Kansas Promise Plan in the works for introduction to House

SCCC President Trzaska, peers give feedback on new bill Seward County Community College President Dr. Ken Trzaska takes a certain amount of heat for the mileage he’s logged during his five-year tenure. The travel can be seen as an investment; one return may come in the form of a new program proposal unveiled in the…

Public invited to ribbon-cutting

The Colvin Family Center for Allied Health hosts open house Jan. 9, 2020 Seward County Community College welcomes the public to celebrate the opening of the Colvin Family Center for Allied Health at a ribbon-cutting and open house slated for the afternoon of Jan. 9, 2020. The event marks the completion of a seven-year process…

Community college presidents on eco-devo, innovation

Trzaska, Ruda, Nolte: ‘It’s about partnerships and local needs’ DODGE CITY, Kan. — Rural development and prosperity depend on collaboration, and locally-driven workforce education through community colleges. That was the message voiced by presidents from three community colleges in Southwest Kansas at the Rural & Independent Innovators Conference Nov. 13 and 14 at Boot Hill Casino…