Seminole State College employees participated in an active shooter and shelter in place training session on Sept. 22. Two training drills were held in partnership with the Seminole Police Department.
On the morning of the training, classes were dismissed. The first session took place in Tanner Hall, where faculty and staff spread out in classrooms across the building. At 9:00 a.m., a campus alert was issued through text messages, emails and desktop notifications. Employees locked the doors to each classroom.
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Seminole State College’s Business and Industry program will host a diverse lineup of educational community courses throughout the fall. Courses take place on a single day, are open to the public and include self-defense, culinary arts, first aid and CPR, as well as crafting. Continue reading “SSC Announces Lineup of Fall Community Courses”
The Seminole State College President’s Leadership Class volunteered at the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, located in Oklahoma City, on Sept. 14. Twenty-five students unloaded, weighed and packaged food to help families facing food insecurity issues. Continue reading “SSC Leadership Students Volunteer at Food Bank”
Students, employees and community members attended Seminole State College’s Constitution Day event on Sept. 15 in the Enoch Kelly Haney Center Continue reading “SSC Celebrates Constitution Day”
Seminole State College President Lana Reynolds has been selected to lead the Council of Presidents for the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education for the 2023-2024 academic year. Reynolds, who is in her seventh year as President of SSC has been a member of the COP Executive Committee for the past two years. Continue reading “Reynolds to Lead Council of Presidents”
The Seminole State College President’s Leadership Class visited the Oklahoma State University Challenge Course on Aug. 31. Continue reading “Leadership Students Participate in Teambuilding Exercises”
Seminole State College will host a special presentation by David Grann, the author of the nonfiction book “Killers of the Flower Moon,” on Sept. 21 at 10 a.m. inside the Jeff Johnston Auditorium on campus. While admission to the event is free, space is limited. Tickets must be reserved by visiting the event site. Continue reading ““Killers of the Flower Moon” Author to Speak at SSC”
Seminole State College will host its annual Constitution Day event on Sept. 15 at 10 a.m. in the lecture hall located just inside the Enoch Kelly Haney Center. This year’s event will feature a presentation by Professor of Government Jeffrey Christiansen titled “James Madison: Father of the Constitution.” The event is free and open to the public. Continue reading “James Madison’s Influence to Be Explored at SSC’s Constitution Day Event”
The Seminole State College Board of Regents reviewed bids for the institution’s natatorium renovation project and made updates to the employee policy manual regarding compensation at their meeting on Aug. 23.
Prior to the discussion of business items, President Lana Reynolds spoke about personnel changes, reported on enrollment numbers and presented SSC’s 22-23 Annual Report publication to members of the Board. The Annual Report encapsulates the achievements, milestones, community partnerships and endeavors undertaken by the College over the past year. A digital version of the publication may be viewed at sscok.edu/news/annual-report.
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