Seminole State College has chosen 18 students for Class XIV of the SSC Presidential Leadership program. PLC is a two-year scholarship program created to help students develop leadership skills and provide personal and professional growth opportunities. Continue reading “SSC Welcomes Presidential Leadership Class XIV”
Members of the 2020-21 Seminole State College Soccer team presented SSC President Lana Reynolds with team shirts – including a player jersey – on Monday. Continue reading “SSC Women’s Soccer Team Presents Jersey to President Reynolds”
Seminole State College began its fall semester on Aug. 17. This marks the first time students have met for face-to-face instruction since March. As students arrived on campus, they were greeted by employees who provided free face coverings. The SSC Educational Foundation donated 1,500 masks for the academic year. Pictured: SSC STEM Student Support Services Advisor Kristen Bean (right) passes masks out to students.
Before the semester kicked off, employees and student workers rearranged classrooms for social distancing efforts and stocked sanitization supplies. Language Arts and Humanities Division student workers Maddie Watts (left) and Geoffrey Smith (right) helped prepare classrooms in Tanner Hall.
Assistant Professor of Agriculture Wendy Rich explains to her students how their course will utilize a hybrid learning model, blending online sessions with face-to-face sessions.
Seminole State College welcomed campus residents and their parents on Move-In Day Aug. 14. Donning masks and carrying suitcases, students settled into their dorm rooms in the Roesler and Seminole Nation Residential Learning Centers. Pictured: Sydney Winchester (left) and her mother, Heather Annis (right), of Prague, carry personal items into the Roesler Residential Learning Center.
SSC Resident Assistants prepared welcome bags in the Seminole Nation Residential Learning Center for incoming students living on campus. The fall semester begins Monday, Aug. 17. Enrollment remains open until Aug. 21.
Seminole State College GEAR UP Student-Parent Coordinators recently purchased school supplies for local high school students. Each freshman and sophomore student from the 10 SSC GEAR UP school district cohorts will receive various school supplies, including mechanical pencils, loose leaf paper, a pencil bag, ink pens, a highlighter, a three-ring binder with dividers and post-it notes. Continue reading “SSC GEAR UP Program Donates School Supplies to Local High School Students”
The U.S. Department of Education recently awarded Seminole State College two grants totaling approximately $2.86 million. The College was officially notified of the awards Aug. 7 by the offices of U.S. Senator James Lankford and U.S. Congresswoman Kendra Horn. Continue reading “SSC Awarded $2.86 Million in Federal Grants”
The Seminole State College Educational Foundation recently donated more than $6,000 for the purchase of over 1,500 branded face coverings for employees and students at SSC. The face coverings are part of the College’s ongoing commitment to safeguarding student, employee and community health. SSC Educational Foundation President Lance Wortham (left) and SSC Student Government Association President Kelsey Edminsten (right) pose next to face coverings donated to the College. Face coverings are also available for purchase at the campus bookstore. The fall semester begins Aug. 17 at SSC.
Deaven Steele, a former SSC student, will speak on diversity, equity and inclusion at the Seminole State College Employee In-Service Aug. 12. The event will be conducted virtually and is set to begin at 8:30 a.m. Continue reading “Former Student to Speak on Diversity at SSC In-Service”
Former Seminole Chief of Police Shane Marshall was recently named Chief of Police for the Seminole State College Police Department. Marshall brings with him more than 25 years of law enforcement experience. Continue reading “SSC Hires New Chief of Police”