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Over 400 eighth graders from South and West Middle Schools were on the Seward County Community College campus recently to learn how to prepare early for college. Some of the SCCC students had an opportunity to introduce themselves to the eighth graders and explain a little bit about themselves as well.

The public is invited to a pep rally from 4:45-5:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 22 east of Seward County Community College dorms.
The rally is part of the homecoming game festivities and will include a bonfire, an opportunity to meet the Saints, free burgers and brats and cheers.
Participants may park at the Saints softball field.
Pittsburg State University and Seward County Community College are making it easier for community college graduates to earn their four-year degrees. PSU and SCCC officials signed an articulation agreement this week that makes it possible for SCCC graduates with an associate of applied science degree to enter PSU’s bachelor of applied science degree programs as juniors. That means the transfer students with AAS degrees will have satisfied all of the general education requirements and will need to take just those courses remaining in their chosen course of study to earn their bachelor of applied science degree.

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Seward County Community College Students Jacob Elder of Hooker, Okla., and Erica Herrera of Lubbock, Texas were two of 46 community college scholars honored for their academic accomplishments during the annual Phi Theta Kappa Honors Luncheon recently in Topeka. Pictured at left is Mark Parkinson, Kansas Lt. Governor and keynote speaker for the banquet. At right is Dr. Duane Dunn, SCCC president.

The Seward County Community College Board of Trustees met in a special board meeting Friday, Feb. 8, to review a proposed consolidation agreement with USD 480 regarding the merger of Southwest Kansas Technical School with the college. The board adopted changes to the agreement and directed administration to forward a copy to each member of the USD 480 board of education.

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The public is invited to view a traveling exhibit on the dust bowl that is on display at the library at Seward County Community College, 1801 N. Kansas in Liberal.

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Seward County Community will offer a culinary sampler class from 630-8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 26 in the Home Economics Room at Satanta High School.
This class is for anyone who would like to increase his or her cooking skills. Chef Tina Cole will introduce knife skills, talk about chemical reactions and flip a few eggs. Individuals should bring an apron and be prepared to talk, get their hands dirty and taste some goodies.
The cost is $10 per person.
Since class size is limited, call 620-417-1170 or email reenie.jackson@sccc.edu.
Kansas will salute 46 community college scholars for their academic accomplishments February 14 in Topeka during the Thirteenth Annual Phi Theta Kappa Honors Luncheon. Among those honorees are two students who attend Seward County Community College in Liberal, Kansas: Jacob Elder of Hooker, Okla., and Erica Herrera of Lubbock, Texas. The Luncheon will be held at the Ramada Inn Hotel in Topeka in conjunction with February's Kansas Board of Regents meeting. Those in attendance will hear from Mark Parkinson, Kansas Lt. Governor.

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