Honoring MLK Day

In honor of Martin Luther King Day, Seminole State College hosted a special MLK program on Jan. 16  featuring guest speaker Judge Tammy Kemp of the Texas 204th District Court. During her presentation, “My Journey to the Courtroom,” Judge Kemp discussed her path to becoming a judge and all of her experiences along the way. She recently presided over the controversial case of Amber Guyer, a former Dallas policewoman who was tried for the murder of Botham Jean. Judge Kemp is a native of Wewoka, Oklahoma. She earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Oklahoma. After graduating law school, she worked as an Assistant Attorney General and an Assistant Secretary of State for the State of Oklahoma, before relocating to the Dallas area. Continue reading “Honoring MLK Day”

SSC Hosts Appreciation Luncheon for the Seminole Pink Ladies

Seminole State College hosted an Appreciation Luncheon for members of the Seminole Pink Ladies hospital volunteer association on Wednesday. For decades, the group has provided scholarships for nursing students at the College. The event was attended by 35, including Pink Ladies and representatives of Alliance Health of Seminole and Seminole State College. Continue reading “SSC Hosts Appreciation Luncheon for the Seminole Pink Ladies”

Large Crowd Attends SSC Trick-or-Treat Trail Event

Trick-or-Treat Trail Success

Several hundred kids and family members participated in Seminole State College’s 6th Annual Trick-or-Treat Trail on campus October 28. Tables were set up along the walking trails of Henderson Park with various SSC teams, organizations, students and employees who passed out candy to trick-or-treaters. Continue reading “Large Crowd Attends SSC Trick-or-Treat Trail Event”

SSC Help Center to Host Free Documentary Screening

The Seminole State College Help Center, in partnership with the Children’s Hospital Foundation, will sponsor two free screenings of the documentary “Resilience: the Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope” on Oct. 29 at 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. in the Enoch Kelly Haney Center lecture hall. Both showings are open to the public. Continue reading “SSC Help Center to Host Free Documentary Screening”