Business students from Seward County Community College earned national honors at the Phi Beta Lambda 2020 Virtual National Leadership Experience!. The summer vacation did not deter Miriah Behrns or Cody Bradley from participating in the career-building event, said PBL sponsor… Read More ›
When COVID-19 forced a campus shutdown at Seward County Community College, instructors leaned in to the features of the college’s Learning Management System.
Remote Emergency Instruction worked in Qaiyoom Olanlege’s favor. He came to Seward County Community College to play basketball with the nationally-ranked Saints. Along the way, he grew as an artist — despite a pandemic.
A talkative little sister raised to aim high and be heard In honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, Seward County Community College is featuring the women who help make our Saints family remarkable. Celeste Donovan is the… Read More ›
Her youthful educational detour made Liberal healthier If your public-health project needs a shot of enthusiasm, competence, and can-do spirit, Elizabeth Irby is your go-to team member in Liberal. A highly qualified nurse, Irby has contributed to a wide array… Read More ›
Cyara Heredia will advance to national pageant Pageant enthusiasts in Liberal let out a whoop of triumph Jan. 20, as Seward County Community College student Cyara Heredia, Miss Liberal, was crowned Miss Kansas Teen USA 2020 in Lawrence. Heredia will… Read More ›
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…. Read More ›
Former SCCC biology instructor and Bridges sponsor Dr. Todd Carter offers a glimpse into the story of honoree, Dr. Obdulia Covarrubias-Zambrano Perez. “What do you say to a high school student that comes to your college office and says ‘I… Read More ›