Seminole State College and the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society will host a free screening of Killing Pain, a documentary series chronicling the state’s opioid addiction epidemic, on April 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Kelly Haney Center lecture hall. Continue reading “SSC to Host Free Documentary Screening about Opioid Crisis”
The Seminole State College Educational Foundation will host its 25th Annual Spring Banquet on Thursday, April 25, at the Enoch Kelly Haney Center on campus. The event recognizes accomplishments by alumni, employees and students. Continue reading “SSC Educational Foundation to Host Annual Spring Banquet”
Students from 26 area schools competed in Seminole State College’s 47th annual Interscholastic Meet on March 28.
Individual entries were separated into two divisions. Division I was composed of students from schools classified as 3A, 4A and 5A. Students from 2A and A class schools competed in Division II. Continue reading “SSC Interscholastic Meet Winners Announced”
Seminole State College hosted its third speech and debate tournament of the academic year on March 15 and 16. The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association’s Southeast Regional was the largest tournament this season, bringing in 16 schools and 293 students and coaches.
The action began 9:00 a.m. Friday and continued with debate rounds through 8:00 p.m. The events continued most of the day Saturday with speeches and acting events until the awards assembly, where performers filled the Jeff Johnston Auditorium to await the results.
The Seminole State College Board of Regents convened Feb. 21 for their monthly meeting. The Board awarded emeritus status to five former employees, approved a program modification to the Business Technology Associate in Applied Science and approved the resignation of Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Tom Mills. Continue reading “SSC Regents Convene and Grant Emeritus Status to Five Former Employees”
Former Seminole State College baseball players, along with community supporters and members of the 2019 Trojan squad, gathered on the SSC campus Saturday evening, Feb. 2 for the annual Trojan Season Kick-Off Banquet. Over 250 guests attended the event. Continue reading “Former Trojans Return Home to Kick-Off Baseball Season”
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, Seminole State College hosted a special MLK program on campus featuring guest speaker Ashley Peden, Director of Corporate Communications for the Oklahoma City Thunder, on Jan. 16. Continue reading “MLK Event Is a Success at SSC”
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, Seminole State College will host a special MLK program on campus Wednesday, January 16. Continue reading “SSC Set to Honor MLK Day”
In a joint effort, Seminole State College, the Brian Crawford Memorial, the City of Seminole and the Seminole Tourism Council will host the Seminole Hoops Classic Saturday, Dec. 22, and Sunday, Dec. 23, at the Reynolds Wellness Center. The event includes 30 elementary boys and girls teams from across the state, slated to play approximately 50 games. Continue reading “Seminole to Host Major Basketball Tournament”
Seminole State College is getting into the holiday spirit by hosting a free “Photos with Santa” event on Tuesday, December 18 in the south lobby of the Walkingstick Student Services Center on the college campus. Continue reading “SSC to Host Free Photos with Santa”