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Sharon Brockman worked for the Seward County Community College since 2011. She filled many positions including TRIO, writing center teacher and English instructor. Her most recent position was as head of the English department.

[Photo] Campus is left broken-hearted

March 2, 2022

Sharon Brockman worked for the Seward County Community College since 2011. She filled many positions including TRIO, writing center teacher and English...

Brad Bennett went live with Crusader’s Mary Ramirez on Instagram and Facebook on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020 soon after arriving on campus. Bennetts new return date is Feb. 14, 2022 to the SCCC campus.

[Photo] Bennett returns as SCCC president

February 11, 2022

Brad Bennett went live with Crusader’s Mary Ramirez on Instagram and Facebook on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020 soon after arriving on campus. Bennett's new...

Camping skills and hiking/backpacking is a course offered. Students learn basics and then go put it to practical use. Check out these classes under the physical education department.

[Photo] Enrollment opens; try unusual classes to lighten the load

November 1, 2021

Camping skills and hiking/backpacking is a course offered. Students learn basics and then go put it to practical use. Check out these classes under the...

Janeth Vazquez writes study helps on the board during class. She encourages her students to rewrite these to help them memorize key points that might be on the citizenship test.

[Photo] Classes help students become US citizens

March 22, 2021

Janeth Vazquez writes study helps on the board during class. She encourages her students to rewrite these to help them memorize key points that might be...

In years past, children flip pancakes as part of Liberals annual celebration. (File Photo)

[Photo] Virtual Pancake Day takes place today

February 16, 2021

In year's past, children flip pancakes as part of Liberal's annual celebration. (File Photo)

Ham and turkey are staple foods of the thanksgiving holiday.

[Photo] Students share their Thanksgiving traditions

November 24, 2020

Ham and turkey are staple foods of the thanksgiving holiday.

Campus will be closed to visitors starting Nov. 30. Classes will still meet but no one from outside of the college community will be allowed on campus as an effort to combat COVID-19.

[Photo] Classes continue while campus closes to public Nov. 30

November 23, 2020

Campus will be closed to visitors starting Nov. 30. Classes will still meet but no one from outside of the college community will be allowed on campus...

With graduation applications not filled out for graduation in the spring many sophomores will not be able to experience  graduation in May

[Photo] No application? No graduation!

November 20, 2020

With graduation applications not filled out for graduation in the spring many sophomores will not be able to experience graduation in May

Pumpkin pie is a must have on Thanksgiving.

[Photo] The true meaning of Thanksgiving

November 25, 2019

Pumpkin pie is a must have on Thanksgiving.

Hugoton High School transports high school students to Seward County Community College every morning for them to attend their concurrent classes on campus.

[Photo] Life as a concurrent student

September 16, 2019

Hugoton High School transports high school students to Seward County Community College every morning for them to attend their concurrent classes on campus....

Extra tip: Night classes start on Aug. 19 — not Aug. 20 when day classes start. Who knows why SCCC does this but take heed so you dont get an absence before you even really start.

[Photo] 10 things you need to know as a SCCC freshman

August 19, 2019

Extra tip: Night classes start on Aug. 19 — not Aug. 20 when day classes start. Who knows why SCCC does this but take heed so you don't get an absence...

Sudden changes happened in the cafeteria on Feb. 12 due to personnel issues. Along with personnel changes, there will be many new amenities added for students.

[Photo] Sudden changes affect cafeteria

February 13, 2019

Sudden changes happened in the cafeteria on Feb. 12 due to personnel issues. Along with personnel changes, there will be many new amenities added for students.

De-stress week is kicking off Monday, April. 23 at 10a.m. in the Student Union. The week will begin with Create a Critter.

[Photo] De-stress Week: A time to relax and recharge

April 20, 2018

De-stress week is kicking off Monday, April. 23 at 10a.m. in the Student Union. The week will begin with Create a Critter.

No matter the weather, the races continue.

[Photo] Liberal celebrates Pancake Day

February 22, 2017

No matter the weather, the races continue.

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