Seminole State College’s Upward Bound chapter is providing meals to students enrolled in the program every week until July 2. Upward Bound coordinators Anna Skender, Amber Cooper, Ronnie Williamson and Matt Kappele deliver the meals to homes and local schools. The program has served meals to 250 participants.
Holdenville resident Jack Sherry has been appointed by Gov. Kevin Stitt as a member of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education (OSRHE). His appointment was recently confirmed by the Senate, and he will be sworn in at the State Regents’ June 25 meeting. Sherry will serve a nine-year term that expires in May 2029, replacing Regent Toney Stricklin. Continue reading “Former SSC Educational Foundation Board Trustee Appointed as New State Regent”
At their meeting on May 21, the Seminole State College Board of Regents appointed Dr. Linda Goeller as the Vice President for Academic Affairs and approved the holiday schedule for the 2020-2021 academic year.
The meeting was conducted using the Go-To-Meeting video-conferencing application. Continue reading “SSC Regents Appoint Goeller as Vice President for Academic Affairs”
Seminole State College has released the names of honor roll students for the 2020 spring semester. Three separate honor rolls recognize students for their academic achievements. Continue reading “Spring Honor Roll Recognizes SSC Students”
Seminole State College recently recognized three employees for their campus leadership: Faculty Senate President Jeff Cheng, Classified Staff President Dana Denwalt and Professional Staff President Caitlin Brown. The employees were set to be honored at the Seminole State Educational Foundation’s annual Spring Recognition Banquet, but the event has been postponed due to restrictions on large gatherings in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading “SSC Honors Three Campus Leaders”
Seminole State College recently recognized six employees for 20 years of service: Mechell Downey, Teresa Norman, Carol Parker, Tina Savage, Rita Story-Schell and Susan Shumaker. The employees were set to be honored at the Seminole State Educational Foundation’s annual Spring Recognition Banquet, but the event has been postponed due to restrictions on large gatherings in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading “SSC Recognizes Employees for 20 Years of Service”
Seminole County Resident Curtis Morgan has been reappointed by Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt to serve on the Seminole State College Board of Regents. The appointment was confirmed by the Oklahoma State Senate Education Committee on May 12 using video conferencing software and sent to the Oklahoma State Senate for final approval. The nomination was carried by Senator Joe Newhouse (R-Broken Arrow). Morgan’s new seven-year term as a Regent will conclude on July 1, 2027. Continue reading “Morgan Reappointed to SSC Board of Regents”
Seminole State College received official notification Monday from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of its “Reaffirmation of Accreditation” that will continue until 2029-2030. This ten-year accreditation was the result of a multi-year preparation of a self-study Assurance Review. The process culminated in a site visit by an HLC team in late February. Additionally, the accreditation announcement requires no mid-cycle reviews or special reports. No interim monitoring was recommended. Continue reading “SSC Receives Ten-Year Accreditation”
Three Seminole State College students were recently named to the All Oklahoma USA Academic Team by the Oklahoma Association of Community Colleges.
SSC students Paige Brown of Seminole, Kristy Lively of Bethel Acres and Crystal Smith of Wewoka were named to the All-Oklahoma Academic Team. Continue reading “SSC Students Named to All-Oklahoma Academic Team”
Seminole State College will hold its’ 87th Commencement Ceremony virtually on Friday, May 8, at 10:30 a.m. Continue reading “SSC Will Conduct Virtual Commencement Ceremony on May 8”