The Seminole State College Trojan softball team is in Yuma, Arizona for the NJCAA Division I Softball World Series at the Pacific Avenue Athletic Complex. The games will be played from May 24 to May 28. Follow this feed for the latest information on the team’s journey. Continue reading “SSC Softball National Tournament Updates”
Seven Seminole State College students attended Oklahoma Promise Day at the State Capitol on Feb. 20. Students had the opportunity to meet with legislators and state regents to discuss the scholarship program.
Since its inception in 1992, the Oklahoma’s Promise scholarship program has awarded college tuition scholarships to more than 100,000 students. To be eligible, students must apply during the eighth, ninth, tenth or 11th grade, and their family’s annual income must not exceed $60,000 when they apply. A student’s family income also must not exceed $100,000 each year the student is enrolled in college. Students must also meet academic and personal conduct requirements in high school.
Members of the Seminole State College President’s Leadership Class had a lesson in business and social etiquette on March 1. Carey Sue Vega, owner of Etiquette Expert in Oklahoma City, spoke to the group at the Shawnee Country Club.Continue reading “Leadership Students Discuss Etiquette”
Five outstanding Seminole State College students were recently honored for the month of February. Each academic division selected one student to recognize based on work ethic, academic standing and campus involvement. The students were awarded a certificate from the Academic Affairs Office, a gift certificate to use at the Student Union Grill and a special parking pass allowing them access to park in any spot on campus for a month. Continue reading “February Students of the Month Recognized at SSC”
EDITOR’s NOTE: Seminole State College freshman Hailey Wallace, of Wellston, was one of four students representing colleges and universities across the state selected to speak at the 2022 Higher Education Day at the Capitol on Feb. 15. Wallace’s father, House Appropriations Chair Kevin Wallace, introduced her during the program held in the Oklahoma House of Representatives Chambers. Her speech is printed below:Continue reading “SSC Student Delivers Address at Higher Education Day”
A large delegation of campus and community leaders representing Seminole State College attended “Higher Education Day” at the Capitol in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, Feb. 15. The event, sponsored by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, is held annually to demonstrate the value and importance of higher education in the state.Continue reading “SSC Delegation Attends Higher Ed Day”
Two Seminole State College employees were recognized for their hard work and dedication during the monthly Seminole Chamber of Commerce Forum on Dec. 9. Assistant Professor of English Paul Juhasz was honored as Faculty Member of the Month, and Testing Center Coordinator Lauren Earley was honored as Staff Member of the Month.Continue reading “Seminole Chamber Honors SSC Personnel”
Seminole State College classes are scheduled to begin Monday, Jan. 10. Special extended office hours will take place in an effort to provide students extra time to enroll for the 2021 spring semester. While classes begin Jan. 10, students may enroll for the spring semester through Jan. 14.Continue reading “Seminole State College Holds Extended Enrollment Hours for Spring Semester”