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Crusader News

The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News

The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News

Enrollment starts on Oct. 31 and ends on Jan.13, and Seward County Community College has some fun classes. To get to the classes go to the SCCC website, click academics, and then go to class schedule.

That’s a class?

Brianna Rich
October 26, 2022

Lurking around the corner is spring enrollment. Which means it is time for students to get with advisors and start planning for the spring semester. Seward...

All over campus students can  be seen attending classes with the use of Zoom. While some of them say that Zoom is really helpful others are starting to get tired of the use of the application in place of in person learning

Zoom fatigue … it’s a thing!

Krisi Anderson
February 10, 2021

Classes have been in for a month now, including the week of online at the beginning of the semester. However, students still have to do some online classes....

In order to become a U.S. Citizen, you must learn the answers to 100 questions. To pass the test, you have to get six questions correct in an oral exam.

SCCC classes help community members earn their citizenship

Cheyenne Miller, Reporter
April 5, 2019

Citizenship isn’t something that most United States inhabitants will ever have to worry about. For those that are born here, citizenship is automatic;...

Isabella Russell receives help from her tutor, Jose Cardenas, on trigonometry homework. “It’s a really good class. I really enjoy having Heather [Hannah] as a teacher but I just struggle learning trigonometry,” said Russell.

Midterms hit SCCC

Alondra Trevizo , Reporter
October 6, 2017

Notes are looked over, the sound of highlighters smeared on flashcards echo throughout the crowded library full of anxious students. Tensions appear to...

Daisy Torres

Differences between finals and classes

November 14, 2014
Finals will happen soon enough and every student should make sure to be prepared. Expect long nights of studying, have coffee ready and available, along with various cans of energy drinks.

Small business seminar hosted on campus

October 9, 2012

“Steps to Start Up” was presented by Mike O’Kane of the Kansas Small Business Development Center Outreach at Seward County Community College/Area...

GLASSBLOWING: Playing with fire

GLASSBLOWING: Playing with fire

November 9, 2011

Glassblower – or gaffer– Gary Marsh teaches students art skills near 3,000-degree heat caused by glass-melting furnaces. Student hands give shape to...

Corrosion Tech launches program with 17 students

Corrosion Tech launches program with 17 students

August 30, 2011

Seward launches its first corrosion technology class this semester with 17 students. The new program is one of only three such programs in the...

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