Seminole State College Trojan Softball Head Coach Amber Flores was recently named the 2021 NJCAA Region II Coach of the Year. Flores has led her team to a win-loss record of 44-4 this season. Pre-season predictions placed the Trojans at sixth in nation. The team finished the regular season as conference champions and Region II Tournament champions.Continue reading “SSC Softball Coach Named Coach of the Year”
Seminole State College will begin hosting its annual Kids on Campus Summer Camps on June 7. 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, Screen Printing (register early to order t-shirts used in camp), Legos, and Weaving. 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 (eight days) and cost $79, with the exception of Picasso Art Camp, which is one week (four days) and costs $49. June camps begin Monday, June 7th and end Thursday, July 1st.
To sign up, 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.
The SSC women’s soccer team, softball team and baseball team all competed in NJCAA tournaments over the weekend. This marks the first time in the College’s history where three major sports teams competed at the exact same time for regional titles across the state. The women soccer’s team competed in Enid, the softball team competed in Muskogee and the baseball team competed in Woodward.Continue reading “Three SSC Teams Compete in Regional Tournaments”
Michelle Mayfield took the path her family expected of her when she graduated from high school in 1992. She enrolled at Seminole State College that fall. She planned to complete her degree, find a career, settle down, and carve out a life for herself. However, she quickly discovered life rarely sticks to the plan.Continue reading “The First Semester, the Last Semester, and the 20 Years in Between”
Former Seminole State College Trojan, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher and Olympic gold medal winner Ryan Franklin has been reappointed by Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt to serve on the Seminole State College Board of Regents.Continue reading “Franklin Reappointed to SSC Board of Regents”
Students from Seminole State College and East Central University recently collaborated on a community service project as part of their Composition II curriculum for the spring semester.Continue reading “SSC and ECU Students Collaborate on Community Project”
Eight Seminole State College President’s Leadership Class students recently received awards recognizing their completion of two years in the program. Members pictured with SSC President Lana Reynolds (seated) are (l-r): Callen Golloway of Blanchard, Trevor Martin of Owasso, Connor Buchanan of Wewoka, Kelsey Edminsten of Okemah, Creed Watkins of Duncan, Kandyce Davidson of Wewoka, Tiffany Maxey of Catoosa and Sydney McClaskey of Maud.