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The Seward County Community College women’s basketball team will open its season Friday, Nov. 2 at 6 p.m. hosting Odessa College at the Green House, for the start of the Pepsi Classic in Liberal. It will be a rematch of the 2007 NJCAA National Tournament Final Four game between Seward County Community College and Odessa College in both teams’ first game of the 2007-2008 regular season. Odessa finished last season as the NJCAA National Champions, and this year Seward County begins the season ranked No. 1 in the NJCAA Pre-Season poll. The most obvious difference with these two teams from a year ago will be that 11 of the 16 players who played in that national tournament semifinal game will not be in uniform for either team.

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The Seward County Community College men’s basketball team will start its 2007-2008 regular season on Thursday night hosting the Pepsi Classic at the Green House in Liberal. Saints’ first-year head coach Bryan Zollinger and his squad will take the court for the first time against Sterling College J.V. at 8 p.m. on Thursday evening. This weekend the Saints will also host Carl Albert State College at 8 p.m. on Friday and Garden City Community College at 8 p.m. on Saturday. The Saints return five sophomores from last season and the program has welcomed six newcomers to the roster this season.

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Board of Trustees' Meeting
Hobble Academic Building, Board Room
Monday, November 5, 2007
7:30 p.m.

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The Seward County Community College volleyball team defeated Cloud County Community College 30-26, 30-24, 30-16 on Tuesday night in the NJCAA D-I Region VI Play-In-Match at the Green House in Liberal. The Lady Saints, seeded No. 3 in the Region VI bracket, won their 18th consecutive match against the No. 6 seeded Lady T-Birds dating back to 1999. Seward County advances to this weekend’s Region VI Tournament to face No. 2 seed Hutchinson Community College at 3 p.m. at the Hutchinson Sports Arena. The Lady Saints improve to 29-13 overall this season and Cloud County finishes their 2007 season with a 10-23 overall mark.

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Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) officials announced the Jayhawk West All-Conference team today and Seward County Community College freshman Dan Yang received Conference Most Valuable Player, Conference Freshman of the Year and First Team All-Conference recognition. Jayhawk West head coaches voted Yang, a 6-foot-2-inch outside hitter, as the top player in the conference after she led the conference in kills and kills per game. Seward County freshman outside hitter Jelena Simic was also named First Team All-Conference, sophomore setter Alex Droogsma was named Second Team All-Conference and sophomore libero Katy Troutman was named Honorable Mention. Yang and Simic were the only freshmen in the Jayhawk West selected to the First Team.

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The Seward County Community College Agriculture Department will sponsor its 10th annual Celebrity Livestock Judging Contest, Nov. 16-17 to raise money for the Agricultural program.
This isn’t just any judging contest. The college is looking for alumni, individuals and businesses to enter a team of three individuals who can judge livestock on Saturday, Nov. 17. No prior judging experience is required. The college will host a social and auction at 7 p.m., Friday, Nov. 16 at the Gateway Inn, to allow each team to purchase one additional member for their team—a "celebrity" judge who has previous judging experience.
During the judging contest that begins at 10 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 17, the ag department will give prizes for high individuals and teams.
Each team needs to pre-register with a $50 registration fee, although a team does not have to have all of its members until the judging contest. Anyone who needs additional team members can call Agricultural Instructors Evan Winchester or Ryan Orrick, who will help find individuals to complete a team.
Proceeds from the contest and auction will benefit the agricultural scholarship fund through the SCCC Development Foundation.
Lunch will be provided by Seaboard Farms.
For more information, contact the Agriculture Department at 620-417-1353 or evan.winchester@sccc.edu.
Seward County Community College Business & Industry will host a customer service workshop entitled “The Customer is the Boss so give ‘em the pickle” from 8-11 a.m. or 2-4 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 8 in SW229D.
The cost is $10 per person and is sponsored by SCCC, City of Liberal—Department of Economic Development and Liberal Chamber of Commerce.
This workshop will show teams how to integrate the pickle-giving culture into the work place and teach four ways to help team members determine what the customer really wants.
To register, call 620-417-1170 or email reenie.jackson@sccc.edu.
The Seward County Community College men’s and women’s basketball teams will host the Pepsi Classic Nov. 1-3, at the Green House in Liberal. The Saints will play at 8 p.m. on all three nights and the Lady Saints will play at 6 p.m. on Friday and Saturday night.

Free tickets for the Pepsi Classic will be available all this week at the four Express Lane convenient store locations in Liberal.
The Seward County Community College office of Sports Information has released the 2007-2008 Seward County Women’s Basketball media guide. This year’s download publication (PDF) has all of the information on the 2007-2008 Lady Saints, and information dating back to the programs first year in 1976-1977. Get an inside look at media information, coaching bio’s, player bio’s the 2007-2008 season preview, a look back at the 2006-2007 National Tournament 3rd place season, graduating sophomore bio’s, the history of SCCC and much more. Get an all-access pass into Seward County Community College and Lady Saints basketball with this year’s 149-page download publication.
For the third time this season, Seward County Community College sophomore volleyball players Alex Droogsma and Katy Troutman have been named the NJCAA Volleyball Setter and Libero of the Week, respectively. Droogsma previously was named national setter of the week on Oct. 10 and Oct. 3, while Troutman earned national libero of the week recognition on Oct. 10 and Sept. 19. The pair led the Lady Saints to three victories last week against State Fair College (3-1), Wallace State Community College- Hanceville (3-2) and Lake Land College (3-2). Overall this season, the Seward County volleyball program has had seven NJCAA Player of the Week selections.

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The Seward County Community College athletic department has announced that the 2007 Saints Bookstore Basketball Benefit Night raised $500 that will be donated to the Greensburg Relief Fund. SCCC basketball fans gathered at the Green House on Thursday, Oct. 25, to watch the Saints and Lady Saints basketball teams in action, along with contests, competitions, performances and team scrimmages throughout the night.

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The scenario was set prior to the first serve, if Barton County won it would be their first Jayhawk West Conference crown since 2003. If the Seward County Lady Saints volleyball team could pull off the upset, they would earn a share of the conference title. Two hours later, the Lady Saints were looking at what would have been their biggest victory of the season, just as the No. 7 Lady Cougars came roaring back, down 14-12 in the fifth game, to score four straight points to win the match on their home court at the Barton County Gym. Seward County secured third-place in the Jayhawk West and NJCAA D-I Region VI despite the 30-28, 17-30, 15-30, 30-15, 14-16, loss last night on the road in Great Bend. The Lady Saints finish the regular season 28-13 overall, 6-2 in the Jayhawk West and 3-2 in the NJCAA D-I Region VI.

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The Seward County Community College volleyball team finished the Missouri State University- West Plains Tournament on Saturday with a pair of five-game match victories against Wallace State Community College- Hanceville (30-13, 29-31, 28-30, 30-26, 15-12) and Lake Land College (34-32, 28-30, 30-21, 25-30, 15-10). The Lady Saints finished the two-day tournament with a 3-1 record and improved to 28-12 overall this season. Three Seward County players were named to the All-Tournament Team including, outside hitter Jelena Simic, outside hitter Dan Yang and setter Alex Droogsma. Seward County is now 4-0 this season in five-game matches and 14-2 in matches played on a neutral court.

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The Seward County Community College volleyball team snapped a season-long four match losing streak with a 30-25, 30-20, 28-30, 30-22 victory over State Fair College, in the Lady Saints first match at the Missouri State University-West Plains Tournament in West Plains, Mo. In the second match on Friday, Seward County was upended by No. 14 MSU-West Plains 27-30, 12-30, 25-30. The Lady Saints are now 1-7 against Top 20 nationally-ranked opponents this season and currently stand 26-12 overall. Since starting the season 24-5, Seward County has posted a 2-7 record during their last nine matches overall.

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Seward County Community College Business & Industry will offer a mandatory eight-hour training for Kansans who desire to seek a permit to carry concealed weapons.
The next class will be offered from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 3, in SW 214E/W for $100 per class. Class size is limited. All applicants must register for the class in advance by calling 620-417-1170 or 1-800-373-9951, ext. 1170. No walk-ins will be allowed. Business & Industry will offer these classes once a month.
The Conceal Carry bill, SB418, gives Kansans the right to join 46 other states in the nation in the right to seek a permit to carry concealed weapons.
The Seward County Community College Showcase Theater will present “The Ten Rules of Internet Dating” by authors Brian Mitchell and Brad Erickson as its fall 2007 production. SCCC will be among the first theatrical organizations to produce this almost newly released play.
One of the authors of the play wrote to SCCC Theater Director, Frank Challis, personally and wished him success on his production, and offered any input needed into the production of the play.
The story line features many of the complications and risks that one might face while dating using the internet. This comedy also features the antics of a 12-year-old boy, played by Andrew Knox, 11, of Liberal. His mother, Jennifer Knox, also of Liberal, plays the best friend of the younger bachelor brother Joe Wilson, played by Jacob Riggs, a freshman at SCCC from Liberal. Other cast members include Sergio Padilla, an SCCC freshman of Liberal, who plays Matt Wilson, the divorced brother; Derek Fuller of Turpin, Okla., as the WCW wrestler; Mayra Valdez, of Satanta, an SCCC freshman and cheerleader, who plays his girlfriend; Christina Canterbury, an SCCC freshman from Turpin, who plays a 75-year-old lady; and Gary Collins of Liberal, who will play duel comedy roles.
The play be presented at 7:30 p.m., Nov. 9 and 10 in the SCCC Showcase Theater.
Ticket prices are $3 with special rates for senior citizens and groups. SCCC Students with I.D. cards are admitted free. For ticket information, call, Terri Barnes at 620-417-1451.
For the first time in the 32 year history of the Seward County Community College women’s basketball program, the Lady Saints have been named the National Junior College Athletic Association Pre-Season No. 1 team in the nation. The NJCAA announced today that the Lady Saints were ranked the pre-season No. 1 team following their 36-2 overall record, third-place finish at the NJCAA National Tournament and No. 2 final NJCAA Top 25 ranking in 2006-2007. The NJCAA also announced its Pre-Season All-America team, and Seward County sophomore Tegan Cunningham was named a First Team Pre-Season All-American. Cunningham, a sophomore from Doncaster, VC, Australia, was named a First Team NJCAA & WBCA All-American last season.

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The Seward County Community College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa will host a Breast Cancer Awareness Presentation from 12 noon-1 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 24 in conference rooms east/west of the Student Activities Center.
Lisa Nelson, area representative from the American Cancer Society, will provide an educational presentation regarding prevention and awareness.
The public is invited to bring a sack lunch or buy lunch in the cafeteria for $4.15. If you are planning to attend, please contact, Debbie Stafford, PTK advisor, 620-417-1106 or debbie.stafford@sccc.edu.
The Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) held its annual pre-season basketball coaches press conference in Wichita this morning. The pre-season coaches poll was released and the Seward County Community College men’s basketball team received a No. 6 ranking. The Saints are under the guidance of first year head coach Bryan Zollinger, a former player and coach at SCCC, who will take the reigns of a Saints’ program that has finished in the top two of the conference in seven of the last 10 years. Zollinger comes to SCCC after spending 10 seasons as the head men’s basketball coach at College of Eastern Utah.

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The Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) held its annual pre-season basketball press conference this morning in Wichita. The Jayhawk West women’s basketball coaches picked the Seward County Community College Lady Saints as the No. 1 team in the pre-season poll. Seward County is coming off a 36-2 season, where they won the Jayhawk West Conference, NJCAA Region VI Tournament and finished 3rd at the NJCAA National Tournament. The Lady Saints won the Jayhawk West with a 15-1 conference record last season. Head coach Toby Wynn has recorded a 61-9 overall record in his first two seasons as head coach.

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The place to be Halloween night is Seward County Community College when it sponsors its annual trick or treat street for children from 6:30-8:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 31.
A variety of clubs and organizations at Seward County Community College are sponsoring Trick or Treat Street from 6-8 p.m., Monday, Oct. 31 in the Student Union and Student Living Center on the east side of campus.
Community children are invited to participate in this safe Halloween party and enjoy a variety of activities, entertainment and snacks.
Children can come dressed in their Halloween costumes, carrying their Halloween sacks.
Trick or Treat Street is free and open to the public.
Seward County Community College lost its final two matches of the SCCC Invitational volleyball tournament on Saturday at the Green House in Liberal. The No. 15 ranked Lady Saints were defeated by Midland College 24-30 and 27-30 in their final pool-play match, and then were knocked off by No. 14 Hutchinson Community College 26-30, 30-28, 10-15 in the 7th place match of the tournament. Seward County’s struggles continued on Saturday, and have now lost six of their last seven matches overall. Seward County drops to 25-11 this season and remains 6-1 in Jayhawk West Conference play.

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The Seward County Community College volleyball team struggled during the opening day of the SCCC Invitational with two straight losses against No. 17 Northeastern Colorado Junior College (29-31, 28-30) and Arizona Western College (17-30, 25-30). The No. 15 nationally-ranked Lady Saints played a competitive match against the Plainswomen from NJC, but were not able to take either game in their opening match on Friday. Arizona Western collected their second win of the Invitational in the late match Friday night, with a convincing victory over the Lady Saints at the Green House in Liberal. Seward County has lost four of their last five matches, with three against nationally-ranked opponents.

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The Seward County Community College men’s and women’s tennis teams dominated Hutchinson Community College yesterday in a dual match at the SCCC Tennis Courts and Blue Bonnet Park in Liberal. The Saints defeated the Blue Dragons 7-0, losing just four games in singles play and three doubles games. Overall the Saints recorded a 76-7 score in the seven matches played. The Lady Saints were equally impressive posting a 7-0 match record against the Lady Dragons. The Saints finish their fall season with an 84-47 record and the Lady Saints conclude their fall season with a 45-29 record.

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The National Junior College Athletic Association announced on Wednesday that Seward County Community College sophomores Katy Troutman and Alex Droogsma were named the NJCAA Libero and Setter of the Week, respectively. Droogsma, for the second straight week, was named the top setter after distributing an average of 5.6 assists and 1.9 digs per game last week. Troutman also earns her second national libero of the week honor this season averaging 4.9 digs per game. The Seward County volleyball program has now had three players earn national player of the week recognition five times this season.

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The Seward County Community College volleyball team notched their sixth Jayhawk West Conference victory of the season on Wednesday night with a 30-14, 30-14, 30-22 victory over sixth-place Pratt Community College on sophomore recognition night at the Green House in Liberal. Sophomore Alex Droogsma, Katy Troutman, Jazmin Hernandez and Heather Zerr were recognized prior to the Lady Saints’ three game victory. The win also marked two major accomplishments - the most victories for the SCCC volleyball program since the 2004 season, and the most wins in a season for third year head coach Bert Luallen. The No. 15 nationally-ranked Lady Saints improve to 25-7 overall and to 6-1 in the Jayhawk West Conference. Pratt falls to 9-15 overall and to 2-4 in league competition.

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The Seward County Community College women’s tennis team competed at the Barton County Community College Tournament last weekend in Great Bend, Kan. The Lady Saints used a pair of wins each from freshmen Valerie Stevens and Alyssa Larson and from sophomore Erica Herrera while tallying a 10-7 overall team record. Seward County also collected two doubles victories from Larson and Stevens. It is the fourth straight tournament this fall where Seward County has posted at least a .500 record and they improve their overall record to 38-29.

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The Seward County Community College men’s tennis team saw four singles players and two doubles teams tie for a bracket championship last weekend at the Barton County Community College Tournament in Great Bend, Kan. Seward County sophomore Luis Cabizuca and freshman Ivan Michelli tied for a championship and sophomore Charlie Salter and freshman Shawn Hodge also claimed titles in singles competition. The doubles team of Victor Mesquita and Michelli tied for a doubles title with Saints’ doubles pair Rogerio Yamamoto and Cabizuca. Overall Seward County went 28-5 at the two day tournament. SCCC improves their overall fall record to 77-47 as a team.

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The Seward County Community College Saints and Lady Saints basketball teams will be hosting the 3rd Annual Saints Bookstore Basketball Benefit Night on Thursday, Oct. 25, at 6:30 p.m. at the Green House on the campus of SCCC. Admission to the event is free, with all proceeds going to support the Greensburg relief fund. Donations will be accepted at the door and at the concession stand.

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The Seward County Community College volleyball team dropped a non-conference match to Frank Phillips College 19-30, 9-30, 30-26, 15-30 on Friday night in Borger, Texas. The No. 7 Lady Plainsmen defeated the No. 12 Lady Saints for the second time this season in dominating fashion. Seward County loses their second straight match after dropping a conference match to No. 16 Hutchinson Community College on Wednesday night. It is only the second time this season that Seward County has lost back-to-back matches. Seward County falls to 1-5 overall this season against nationally-ranked opponents. The Lady Saints are now 24-7 overall and remain 5-1 in the Jayhawk West Conference and 3-1 in NJCAA D-I Region VI play. Frank Phillips improves to 26-1 overall.

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The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) announced on Wednesday that Seward County Community College sophomore Alex Droogsma was named the NJCAA Setter of the Week. Droogsma, a 5-foot-9-inch sophomore from Denver City, Texas, led the Lady Saints to a perfect 6-0 week with a conference win and five wins at the Midland Tournament while winning the tournament title. Droogsma also became the SCCC all-time career leader in assists last week with 2,409. She is the third player from Seward County this season to be named a NJCAA Player of the Week, joining Dan Yang (Player of the Week, Sept. 12) and Katy Troutman (Libero of the Week, Sept. 19).

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The No. 12 Seward County Community College volleyball team lost its first conference match of the season on the road at No. 16 Hutchinson Community College 27-30, 21-30, 16-30, in front of a Hutchinson C.C. school-record crowd of 1,350 fans. The Lady Blue Dragons extended their Jayhawk West Conference winning streak to 29 straight matches, and have not been defeated in conference play since 2003. Seward County committed 40 errors and posted a .184 hitting percentage while falling to 24-6 overall, 5-1 in the Jayhawk West Conference and to 3-1 in NJCAA D-I Region VI competition.

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The Seward County Community College volleyball team received a No. 12 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Top 20 ranking on Wednesday, which is their highest ranking since 2003 when the Lady Saints were ranked No. 11. Seward County moved up two spots in the poll following a perfect 6-0 week where they defeated conference foe Garden City in three games and won the Midland College Tournament with an impressive 5-0 mark. The No. 12 ranking is also the highest ranking the Lady Saints have received while under the guidance of third year head coach Bert Luallen. Seward County has now been ranked in eight polls during Luallen’s tenure.

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The Seward County Community College Saints Booster Club Board has announced they will be kicking off their 3rd Annual Brisket Sale on Wednesday, Oct. 3. Saints Booster Club Board members and Saints Athletic Department coaches will be selling the 4 lb. smoked briskets to the public for $35 each. If you are interested in purchasing a beef brisket you can contact any of the Saints Athletic Coaches, Booster Club Board Members or you can call Ashley in the SCCC Athletic Department at (620) 417-1551.

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If you’ve been seeing a new look at Seward County Community College it may be the new logo that now represents the institution.
The SCCC marketing committee has been working for over a year on a new identity for the college. The design has now been incorporated into a number of elements at the college, including letterhead, folders, envelopes, business cards, note cards and more. You will see it in advertisements and on the web.
“We have been working hard to develop a uniform look across campus with consistency in letterhead, business cards and other printed items, said Dr. Duane Dunn, SCCC president. “To determine the right look and the right colors for the institution, the college worked with students, community patrons and staff. The college has also developed logo and usage guidelines for use of the logo and other elements on campus.”
The new logo can be used by any department on campus, including athletics. However, the Athletic Department has maintained its interlocking SC that it has used for several years.
SCCC also has a slogan and logo that it uses across campus as well. The slogan that was developed in the marketing committee in 2006 is “Success from every angle.”
For further details on use of the SCCC logos, contact the SCCC director of public information at 620-417-1125 or at learnmore@sccc.edu.
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The Seward County Community College Library invites the public to view the latest traveling exhibit “From Far Away Russia: Russian-Germans in Kansas.”
The exhibit highlights the journey of Russian-Germans traveling to Kansas in the 1870 and documents their impact, both socially and economically, in America’s heartland. Through historic photographs, newspaper accounts and diary entries, the fascinating story and importance of these immigrants to Kansas is told.
The exhibit, which is produced by the Kansas State Historical Society, will be on display at the SCCC library now through Oct. 22. Library hours are Monday through Thursday 7:45 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday 7:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Other exhibits will include “Arab Christians in the Heartland,” Nov. 7-21; “Continuing the Tradition: Mexican American Folk Art,” Feb. 11-24; “Those Who Came Before: Mexican Americans in Kansas 1900-1950,” March 10-23; “A Photographic Narrative: The Indians of Kansas,” April 14-27.
For more information, contact Jon Noland, library director, 620-417-1160 or jon.noland@sccc.edu.
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In celebration of the United States Constitution, Seward County Community College hosted an “Are you smarter than a fifth grader” competition where SCCC students competed against area fifth graders. The questions centered around U.S. History and the Constitution. Chris Perkins of Liberal High School led the questions as Ben Franklin. The fifth graders and their families were fed pizza prior to the event.

The Seward County Community College Board of Trustees met Monday, Oct. 1, and heard reports from the Student Government Association and a number of programs across campus, including the participation in a new grant program.
Courtney Sander, Student Government Association president, informed the board about the upcoming goals of the Student Government Association. The officers and members of SGA have a philosophy of open minds and open doors and they want to increase SGA’s visibility on campus and be available to all students at all times. Already this year the college has started an education club and plans are under way to add an International Student Club.
Dr. Steve Cauble, trustee, reported on a recent Association of Community College Trustees Leadership Congress. He praised Seward County Community College and the community for being a step ahead of the rest of the world when it comes to dealing with diversity. Cauble also emphasized the need for effective crisis communication. He reported that when major disasters have occurred in college communities, such as New Orleans, communication has fallen apart with personnel on campus.
Cauble also reported that Pam Perkins, SCCC administrative assistant to the president became the new president of the Professional Board Staff Network of ACCT.
Dr. Duane Dunn, SCCC president, also reported from the meeting that over 50 percent of students attending institutes of higher learning in the United States are attending community colleges. This is a change from 10 years ago.
As part of the regular review of instructional area within the college, the board approved the Social Sciences, Behavioral Sciences and Education Program Review with the next formal review scheduled for five years.
Among the strengths of these programs are the faculty, the strong relationships between the part-time and full-time faculty and the use of the latest technology in classrooms. However, with several potential retirements coming in 2008 and 2009, the college will be looking for new personnel in, history, government and philosophy. In addition, two classrooms need to be retrofitted with the latest technological equipment to bring them up-to-date with the other classrooms in the Humanities Division.
Cynthia Rapp, dean of instruction, also told the board that there has been great progress in developing core course outcomes and competencies in psychology, sociology and history among the community colleges and universities in Kansas. In addition, there has been increased communication between universities and four-year colleges and community colleges in terms of transfer issues and expectations of the elementary and secondary education programs. This has been accelerated through the Equity and Access Grant through Kansas State and the educational forums at Fort Hays State University.
The newest club on campus is the Students Promoting Education Club and Lee Courtney, co-advisor, indicated one of the main purposes of this club is to increase recruitment and retention of SCCC students who are interested in careers in education. In addition, the college is developing an education page on the SCCC website to help students understand the education program and financial aid issues. It will have links to transfer institutions and other information important to the student pursuing a career in education.
As part of the program review process, the board also approved reports on the Math and Health, Physical Education and Recreation departments. Rapp presented an update of both of these programs to the board.
The board also reviewed the final report that has been submitted to the Higher Learning Commission as part of the college’s ongoing Academic Quality Improvement Program. This report focuses on retention of SCCC students.
SCCC’s Colvin Adult Learning Center will participate in a $500,000 grant to the Kansas Board of Regents, along with six other community colleges, called Project Next Step. The funds will be used to enhance the adult secondary education curriculum by including higher level language arts and mathematics courses and to identify support services to facilitate a student’s transition into postsecondary education.
SCCC will host the deans and directors of continuing education across campus Thursday and Friday. Fall break is Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 8-9. Campus is closed on Monday, Oct. 8 with administrative offices open Tuesday. Trick or treat street for community children will be Wednesday, Oct. 31.
The next board meeting will be Monday, Nov. 5.