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Phonathon raises scholarship money

Phonathon raises scholarship money

April 2, 2015

With the help of many student organizations, the Seward County Community College 2015 phonathon has had a successful start. The phonathon has also brought...

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The administration proposed the approval of a new rate structure for SCCC/ATS in the March 2 Board of Trustees meeting. SCCC/ATS remains one of the lowest costing community colleges in the region.

Tuition rates increase for SCCC

March 12, 2015

Tuition, housing and credit hour rates will increase for Seward County Community College in the upcoming school year, 2015-2016. There has been a state...

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Noel Grajeda, Rachael Cano, Jake Jimenez and Leslie Prieto discuss plans for this Friday’s event for Pi Day in the Math Resource Lab.

Pi Day to be celebrated Friday

March 12, 2015

The nationwide celebration of Pi Day is special because it is the first time in years that the date 3/14/15 corresponds to the 3.14159265358979323846…actual...

Crusader photo/Maria Lara
David Coltrain, sustainable agriculture program specialist, checks the gorund to see if its dry enough to start planting cool season crops in the next couple of weeks.

Coltrain plows into sustainable ag program

March 12, 2015

In the next couple of weeks, David Coltrain, resources program specialist, will begin to plant vegetables on the four acres of ground that Seward County...

College trustees approve price increase for tuition, dorms, meals SCCC/ATS cost remains lowest in region

College trustees approve price increase for tuition, dorms, meals SCCC/ATS cost remains lowest in region

March 12, 2015

At its regular meeting Monday night, the Seward County Community College/Area Technical School Board of Trustees approved a slight increase to the college’s...

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The standings of the intramural dodgeball tournament.

Dodgeball tourney provides excitement for students, staff

March 10, 2015

The third night of intramural dodgeball ensued on March 9 as some teams continued dominance and others attempted to improve to a winning record. The...

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Last year SCCC/ATS students calling local businesses to help support campus organizations and clubs.

Phonathon calls for volunteers, offers prizes to fundraisers

March 6, 2015

The sixth annual Phonathon will be on March 23 through April 10 with two volunteer shifts every weeknight from 4:30 p.m. through 6:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m....

Magaly Guerrero is currently a freshman at Seward County Community College. She is a cheerleader and is a resident from Liberal, Kansas. Magaly plans to transfer back to Wichita State University to major in integrated marketing communications. While attending Wichita State Magaly was involved in student activities council,President of LAT.IN.A, and a mentor of the office of diversity. Magalys hobbies include running, watching movies, and spending time with family and friends.

Shortened bus hours limit public

March 6, 2015

Transportation is very important in a town like Liberal because not everything is in walking distance. In September of 2012, the city of Liberal decided...

Nathaniel James Lee playing his guitar at SCCC campus.

Music the key of life for Seward student

March 5, 2015

“When I have music around, that’s when I’m most satisfied in my life” Nathaniel James Lee, a freshman at SCCC, confessed that he couldn’t...

Living with an open heart and mind

Living with an open heart and mind

March 4, 2015

Doing more of what makes her happy and living with an open heart and mind is what Madison Nikole Martinez is all about. That’s a good way to live, and...

Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees

March 3, 2015

By Jevyn Voss Crusader Staff The Board of Trustees of Seward County Community College met on March 2. The meeting included a presentation from Sustainable...

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