SSC Softball Punches Ticket to National Tournament

Posing for a photo with their NJCAA Region II Championship trophy is the Seminole State College Softball team and SSC President Lana Reynolds.

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.

Ready Appointed to SSC Board of Regents

Robyn Ready, of Chandler, has been appointed by Governor Kevin Stitt to serve as a Regent for Seminole State College. The appointment was confirmed by the Oklahoma State Senate Education Committee on May 10 and will be sent to the Oklahoma State Senate for final approval. The nomination was carried by Senator Zack Taylor (R-District 28). Ready’s seven-year term will begin on July 1, 2022. She will replace current SSC Regent Ray McQuiston, whose term ends in June.

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Wallace Attends Nigh Leadership Academy

Seminole State College freshman Hailey Wallace, of Wellston, recently attended the Nigh Institute Leadership Academy held in Oklahoma City.

Wallace joined college students from across the state for the three-day academy. Over the course of the event, Wallace and her peers toured the Oklahoma City Memorial, visited the Bob Funk Ranch and experienced the First Americans Museum.

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State Regents’ Council for Online Learning Excellence Honors SSC Administrator

The State Regents’ Council for Online Learning Excellence (COLE) recognized a Seminole State College administrator for her outstanding work in online education during the State Regents meeting on April 28. SSC Interim Executive Director of Business Service Melanie Rinehart was honored with the Oklahoma Online Excellence Award for Individual Leadership.

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SSC Cancels Commencement Service, Helps with Recovery Effort following Tornado

Seminole State College has cancelled its annual Commencement Ceremony set to be held on May 6 due to the effects of Wednesday evening’s tornado in Seminole.

Emergency response coordinators advised the College to not host the event due to the potential for intermittent loss of power and general safety issues.

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