Several Congressional Aides visited Seminole State College on Oct. 27 to meet with President Lana Reynolds and SSC Rural Business Resources Center Director Danny Morgan about federal funds coming to the college through grant programs and special appropriations. The group also heard about financial assistance provided to area businesses through the RBRC and the economic impact of the SSC Foundation’s new sports complex. Pictured (left to right) are: Amy Albro, Representative Stephanie Bice’s Office; Joshua Sharum, Senator Lankford’s Office; Mack Savala, Senator James Lankford’s Office; Laramie Cochran, Senator Lankford’s Office; Quiton Gray, Senator Lankford’s Office; and Lacey Pitman, Senator Markwayne Mullin’s Office.
The Seminole State College volleyball team competes in the 2023 NJCAA Plains A & B District Tournament at the Raymond Harber Fieldhouse on SSC’s campus in Seminole, OK, on Wednesday, Nov. 1.
This page will frequently update with their performance at the tournament.
A live stream of SSC’s game one match-up can be viewed here.
Trojans Tournament Schedule
Game One: SSC vs. Neosho – 6:00 p.m. – November 1 (Lost, 3-0)
Speaker Pro Tempore of the Oklahoma State House of Representatives Kyle Hilbert (R-Bristow) visited the Seminole State College campus on Oct. 26. During his tour, the legislator stopped in on a nursing class in the Haney Center.
Rep. Hilbert also met with SSC students who were hosting a business skills seminar for area high school students.
SSC Rural Business Resources Center Director Danny Morgan and Rep. Hilbert then toured the Brian Crawford Memorial Sports Complex.
Hundreds of little ghosts, goblins, superheroes and princesses visited Seminole State College to load up on candy Oct. 26 for the College’s annual Trick or Treat Trail event.
Trick-or-treaters walked along the walking path in Henderson Park as faculty, staff and student organizations passed out candy.
Online Degree Office Navigator Caitlin Brown (left) and Coordinator of Distance Education Laura Votaw (right), dressed as the duo of coffee and doughnuts, greeted costumed visitors and passed out candy at the event.
The Seminole State College women’s soccer team competes in the 2023 NJCAA Region II & South District Tournament at the Advance Soccer Complex in Enid, OK, starting on Friday, October 27.
This page will frequently update with their performance at the tournament.Continue reading “NJCAA Region II Tournament Updates”
The Seminole State College Board of Regents met Oct. 26 to review the College’s annual external audit report and approve a name, image and likeness (NIL) policy for student-athletes.
The meeting opened with a review of the College’s recent expenditures by Vice President for Fiscal Affairs Melanie Rinehart. Then SSC President Lana Reynolds presented her President’s Report, which included an update on the College’s personnel changes and information about campus activities.Continue reading “SSC Receives Clean External Audit at Board Meeting”
Seminole State College will host a documentary screening of “Searching for Sequoyah” on November 2 at 9:30 a.m. in the Jeff Johnston Auditorium. Following the screening, a panel discussion featuring the filmmakers will take place at 11 a.m. The event is sponsored by the SSC Native American Serving Non-Tribal Institutions (NASNTI) federal grant program. The screening and panel discussion are free and open to the public.Continue reading ““Searching for Sequoyah” Documentary to Be Screened at SSC”
Seminole State College will host Tribal Fest on Nov. 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on campus. The event is organized and sponsored by the College’s federal grant programs: Student Support Services/SSS STEM, Talent Search, GEAR UP, NASNTI and Upward Bound.Continue reading “SSC to Celebrate Native American Heritage at Tribal Fest”
Seminole State College President Lana Reynolds was awarded the Distinguished Leadership Award at Leadership Oklahoma ‘s Fall Forum on October 19 at the Helmerich Research Center at OSU-Tulsa.
The Forum event centered on the theme “AI: Byte into the Future” and featured several experts speaking on the burgeoning field of artificial intelligence. The forum featured two keynote speakers: Hart Brown, CEO of Future Point of View, a consulting firm that assists companies in implementing technology to create competitive advantages; and Wilder Lopes, the Chief Architect for Machine Learning at Permion, a company specializing in the development of advanced AI capable of learning and cognitive modeling.Continue reading “SSC President Receives Leadership Award”
Seminole State College Student Government officers met with members of the college’s Administrative Council on Oct. 23 for lunch and a discussion of topics surrounding enrollment, physical safety, personal data security, food service and sports activities. Pictured (left to right) seated on the couch are: SGA officers – Vice President Trenton Stewart of Holdenville, President Benjamin Parker of Shawnee and Secretary Elizabeth Smith of Agra. Standing (left to right) are: SSC President Lana Reynolds, Director of Board Relations and Administrative Operations Mechell Downey, Director of Information Technology and Information Security Officer Marc Hunter, Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Bill Knowles, Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Amanda Estey, Vice President for Fiscal Affairs Melanie Rinehart and SGA Sponsor Talina Lee.