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”
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”
Enrollment is open for Seminole State College’s next slate of summer courses. The College’s second five-week summer term begins on June 21 and concludes on July 22.
Enrollment numbers in summer courses are up substantially, following two years of low enrollment due to the pandemic.Continue reading “Enrollment Open for Summer Courses at SSC”
Seminole State College President Lana Reynolds (left) visits with Seminole businessman and real estate developer Brandon Streater (right) about the President’s Leadership Class program at the College. Streater, a former member of the PLC program, recently gave a gift of $10,000 to support the student leadership program.
Streater said, “Being in PLC opened my eyes to possibilities of what I could do with my life and helped me set career goals. I travelled the state and I met people who influenced my future. It feels great to be able to give back to the college that meant so much to me, and to help other students benefit from PLC.”
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 email@example.com.
Nine Seminole State College sophomores in the Seminole State College President’s Leadership Class recently received awards recognizing their completion of two years in the program. Members pictured with SSC President Lana Reynolds (middle row, far left) and sponsor Kim Pringle (front row, far right) are (back row l-r): Brandon Gomez of Oklahoma City, Cepado Wilkins, Jr. of Seminole, Kaitlyn Matlock of Lexington, Pepe Casey of Owasso; (middle row l-r) Sydney Winchester of Prague, Laney Anderson of Ada, Uriah McPerryman of Wetumka; (front row l-r) Jaycee Johnson of Prague and Jenna Harrison of Tecumseh.
Seminole State College’s softball coaches were named Coaching Staff of the Year by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association. The SSC coaches were selected as the best in the Midwest region of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I. They were honored alongside Wallace State Community College-Hanceville (South) and Yavapai College (West).
Under the direction of head coach Amber Flores and assistant coach T.J. Webb, the Trojans (44-2) captured the Region II softball tournament with a perfect 4-0 mark and earned their spot in the NJCAA DI Softball World Series. Flores, who is in her tenth season, was named Region II Coach of the Year for the fourth consecutive season and guided fourth-ranked Seminole State to an Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference title.
The team will journey to Yuma, Arizona for the NJCAA DI Softball World Series at the Pacific Avenue Athletic Complex. The games will be played from May 24 to May 28.
Seminole State College Assistant Professor of Math and STEM Division Chair Emily Carpenter recently attended the Conference Board of Mathematical Sciences (CBMS) Forum in Reston, Virginia. The theme of the forum was High School to College Mathematics Pathways.Continue reading “SSC Professor Attends National Mathematics Forum”
The Seminole State College Trojan Softball team won the NJCAA Region II Championship in Piedmont on May 15. The Trojans went undefeated during the four-day tournament and won the championship game 8-0 against Connors State College. They will advance to the JUCO national tournament May 24-28 in Yuma, Arizona.