USDA Visits SSC

Oklahoma State Director of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Kenneth Corn was on the Seminole State College campus Thursday to meet with President Lana Reynolds, SSC Rural Business and Resources Center Director Danny Morgan and SSC Educational Foundation Vice Chair Mark Schell. Corn and USDA Director of Business and Cooperative Programs – Rural Development Brian Wiles toured the Brian Crawford Memorial Sports Complex during their visit to Seminole. Pictured (left to right) are: Schell, Reynolds, Morgan, Corn and Wiles.

Pictured (left to right) are: Schell, Reynolds, Morgan, Corn and Wiles.

SSC Holds Employee Appreciation Luncheon

Members of the Seminole State College Educational Foundation Board of Trustees pose in front of the grill where they cooked hot dogs, brats and hot links for SSC faculty and staff Friday at an Employee Appreciation Earth Day Cookout. Trustees (pictured left to right) Jim Hardin, David Wilson, Chris Moore, Mark Schell and Lance Wortham grilled at the campus’ Roesler Park while employees ate and visited under the Smart Pavilion. Over 90 employees participated in the event.
Members of the Seminole State College Educational Foundation Board of Trustees cooked hot dogs, brats and hot links for SSC faculty and staff Friday at an Employee Appreciation Earth Day Cookout. Trustees (pictured left to right) Jim Hardin, David Wilson, Chris Moore, Mark Schell and Lance Wortham grilled at the campus’ Roesler Park while employees ate and visited under the Smart Pavilion. Over 90 employees participated in the event.

Members of the Seminole State College Business Office staff (pictured left to right) Bobbie Sampley, Hannah Odum, Jessica Johnson and Shirlene Davidson sit at a table and enjoy Friday’s Employee Appreciation event sponsored by the SSC Educational Foundation.
Members of the Seminole State College Business Office staff (pictured left to right) Bobbie Sampley, Hannah Odum, Jessica Johnson and Shirlene Davidson enjoyed Friday’s Employee Appreciation event sponsored by the SSC Educational Foundation.

Foundation Donates Face Coverings for Employees & Students

The Seminole State College Educational Foundation recently donated more than $6,000 for the purchase of over 1,500 branded face coverings for employees and students at SSC. The face coverings are part of the College’s ongoing commitment to safeguarding student, employee and community health. SSC Educational Foundation President Lance Wortham (left) and SSC Student Government Association President Kelsey Edminsten (right) pose next to face coverings donated to the College. Face coverings are also available for purchase at the campus bookstore. The fall semester begins Aug. 17 at SSC.

SSC Recognizes Outstanding Language Arts and Humanities Student

Seminole State College sophomore Connor Buchanan, of Seminole, was recently named the Outstanding Language Arts and Humanities Student for the 2019-2020 academic year. The Seminole State Educational Foundation honors one student from each of the College’s five divisions at its annual Spring Recognition Banquet. Due to restrictions on large gatherings in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s event has been postponed, but each student will be recognized at a later date. Continue reading “SSC Recognizes Outstanding Language Arts and Humanities Student”