Seminole State College female campus housing residents attended a presentation on healthy relationships at the Enoch Kelly Haney Center recently. Darian Towner—who serves as a Prevention Specialist for House of Hope, a family violence program located in Shawnee—spoke to SSC students about red flags and establishing healthy boundaries.
The Seminole State College President’s Leadership Class traveled to the Oklahoma History Museum in Oklahoma City on Jan. 31, where they explored exhibits featuring Oklahoma’s unique history of geology, transportation, commerce, culture, aviation, heritage, and more. Following their museum tour, the group watched the move “On the Basis of Sex,” an American biographical legal drama film based on the life and early cases of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her fight for equal rights. Continue reading “PLC visit Oklahoma History Museum”
At their meeting on Dec. 13, the Seminole State College Board of Regents approved a contract to replace the College’s telephone system and a revision to the employee tuition reimbursement policy. Continue reading “SSC Regents Convene for December Meeting”
Seminole State College placed second in Oklahoma Campus Compact’s annual Voter Registration Contest in the “Democracy” category. Over the 19-week contest period, SSC registered six percent of its student body. A total of 3,244 students at 21 institutions registered to vote during the contest.
The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education recognized the eight contest winners at their meeting on Dec. 6 in Oklahoma City. Continue reading “SSC Places Second in Voter Registration Contest”
Seminole State College is currently working to develop a new multi-year strategic plan for the entire institution – a plan to help guide the development of new academic and sports programs, the physical needs of campus and related budget matters. It will also help SSC prepare for their upcoming Higher Learning Commission accreditation visit. Continue reading “Seminole State College Plans for the Future”
Members of Seminole State College’s President’s Leadership Class volunteered at the Oklahoma Regional Food Bank in Oklahoma City on Nov. 1. The students prepared packages of food that will be distributed to participating schools around the state. The bags contained approximately 10 different foods designed to provide nutrition and calories for chronically hungry children over the weekend. The group prepared enough food to fill 2,166 backpacks, with a total of 6,016 meals for hungry children. Continue reading “PLC Visit Food Bank 2018”
Twenty-eight Seminole State College students were inducted into the Alpha Theta Nu Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society for Two-Year Colleges at the Jeff Johnston Fine Arts Center on Oct. 11. Continue reading “SSC Honor Society Inducts New Members”
Members of the Seminole State College President’s Leadership Class had a lesson in business and social etiquette this week. Carey Sue Vega, owner of Etiquette Expert in Oklahoma City, spoke to the group Tuesday evening at the Shawnee Country Club. Continue reading “Leadership Students Discuss Business Etiquette”
Taking Time to Remember
Seminole State College hosted “Constitution Jeopardy!” in honor of Constitution Day at the Enoch Kelly Haney Center on Sept. 17. SSC Associate Professor of Government Jeffrey Christiansen organized the program and also served as the game show host. Continue reading “SSC Celebrates Constitution Day”