SSC Places Second in Voter Registration Contest

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 Plans for the Future

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”

PLC Visit Food Bank 2018

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”

SSC Receives Breathe Easy Recognition

Representatives from Gateway to Prevention and Recovery, the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust and Seminole State College showcase the college’s “Breathe Easy” banner, following a Seminole Chamber of Commerce forum and luncheon Sept. 13 at SSC. TSET Executive Director John Woods gave the keynote address during the luncheon. SSC was recognized as a Certified Healthy Oklahoma campus and received the banner for its changes in tobacco policy in the spring of 2018. Continue reading “SSC Receives Breathe Easy Recognition”

Archery Tag at SSC

The Seminole State College Native Americans Serving Non-Tribal Institutions (NASNTI) program, in collaboration with The Chickasaw Nation, recently hosted Archery Tag on the College campus. Chickasaw Academy Manager Ric Greenwood and his team discussed the history of the Chickasaw Warrior and introduced participating students to the Chickasaw language. The students then participated in archery tag – a game that promotes teamwork, agility and concentration. Continue reading “Archery Tag at SSC”