The Language Arts and Humanities Division at Seminole State College has released the full lineup of performers for its Howlers and Yawpers Creativity Symposium on Sept. 28 and 29, from 8 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. each day.Continue reading “SSC Announces Creativity Symposium Lineup”
With the fall semester beginning Aug. 15, Seminole State College will host its Enrollment Extravaganza event and extend enrollment hours to cater to prospective student schedules from Aug. 8 to Aug. 13. The event will feature games, popcorn, hot dogs, cotton candy and campus tours. Students who stop by during the event can enter a raffle for a $250 or $500 tuition wavier. The drawing will take place on 1:00 p.m. on Aug. 13.Continue reading “SSC Holds Extended Office Hours, Fall Semester Begins August 15”
Seminole State College will host a retirement reception for Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Linda Goeller on June 15 at 2:00 p.m. at the Utterback Ballroom, located in the Enoch Kelly Haney Center on campus. The event is open to the public and light refreshments will be served.Continue reading “SSC to Host Retirement Reception for Dr. Linda Goeller”
Seminole State College will host an All-Black Towns of Oklahoma historical exhibit from May 26 to June 9 on the first floor of Enoch Kelly Haney Center. The exhibit is free and open to the public.Continue reading “SSC Hosts All-Black Towns of Oklahoma Historical Exhibit”
Seminole State College held a pinning ceremony at the Enoch Kelly Haney Center on May 23 for nursing students expected to meet degree requirements in the spring semester
This semester marked the 50th year the College has offered its nursing program. Since 1972, 1018 nurses have launched their careers at SSC.Continue reading “Expected Graduates of SSC’s Nursing Program Recognized at Pinning Ceremony”
Seminole State College will begin hosting its annual Kids on Campus Summer Camps beginning on June 13. SSC camps provide an opportunity for children to learn new skills, explore new interests and make new friends. The College offers instruction provided by faculty, staff, and local area educators that have expertise in their field and love working with children. June Camp offerings include: Ceramics (Pottery), Picasso Art, Minecraft Gaming, Print Making, Legos and Concepts of Music. All camps are designed for grade-school age children (K-6th grades). Lego Camp is appropriate for even younger children (4-5 years old). Children can register for multiple camps. All camps are two weeks long, Monday-Thursday, for eight days total, and cost $79. June camps begin Monday, June 13 and end Thursday, June 23.
Sign up here, or click Kids on Campus Summer Class Camps under “Announcements” on the College’s website, sscok.edu. For more information, call Stephen Brooks, Business and Industry Coordinator at 405-382-9261 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seminole State College will hold its’ 89th Commencement Ceremony on Friday, May 6, for students completing coursework requirements for their degree programs. The graduation ceremony will be held at 10:30 a.m. inside the Raymond Harber Field House on campus.Continue reading “Chickasaw Nation Legislator Lisa Johnson-Billy to Speak at SSC Commencement”
The Seminole State College Educational Foundation hosted its 27th Annual Spring Banquet on Thursday, April 28 in the Enoch Kelly Haney Center on campus. Nearly 350 people were in attendance. Accomplishments by alumni, employees and students were recognized at the event.Continue reading “SSC Educational Foundation’s Annual Spring Banquet Draws Large Crowd”
The SSC Aggie Club hosted its fourth annual SSC FFA Interscholastic Contest on Thursday, April 14. Nearly 700 students from across the state of Oklahoma participated in the event. Students competed in eight different contests – Animal Science Quiz Bowl, Milk Quality and Products, Electricity, 8th Grade Greenhand Quiz, Entomology, Environmental and Natural Resources, Floriculture, Homesite Evaluation, Land Judging, and Soil and Water Management.Continue reading “SSC Aggie Club Hosts Fourth Annual FFA Interscholastic Contest”
Seminole State College’s Student Activities welcomed exotic animals to campus on April 6. Extreme Animals, of Oklahoma City, brought in various animals, including a wallaby, a bearded dragon, a python and many others. Students were able to interact with the animals, under the supervision of Extreme Animals staff.