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The student news site of Seward County Community College

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David Coltrain, sustainable agriculture program specialist, checks the gorund to see if it's 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...

Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees

November 14, 2014

Business instructor Lisa Kennedy thanked the board of trustees at Monday night’s regular meeting for a professional development grant that enabled her...

Trick-or-Treat Street provides safe environment for campus visitors

October 27, 2014

Seward County Community College/Area Technical School will host Trick- or- Treat Street from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30, to give campus...

On Manufacturing Day Friday, Antolin Ortiz, a sophomore student at Seward, demonstrates Computer-aided design (CAD) for the architecture. Keith Evans, a high school student, is interested in the drafting.  According to Evans, he plans to enroll in SCCC/ATS to study drafting technology after he graduates. 
Crusader photo/Sachie Shiba

Showcasing opportunities for students

October 8, 2014

Manufacturing Day drew people from all over Kansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma to the Area Technical School Oct. 3, with estimates of about 400 attending from...

Enrollment numbers increase for Fall 2014

October 8, 2014

Fall 2014 enrollment numbers indicate an increase over last fall in both number of students and credit hours enrolled, according to a college news release....

SCCC/ATS Security Badge

2014 Clery Act Reports Filed

October 8, 2014

Each year across the nation, the Department of Education requires colleges to file campus security and crime statistics information. Colleges are also...

Seward welding instructor  sparks interest in program

Seward welding instructor sparks interest in program

October 8, 2014

Tattoo sleeves crawling up both arms and a full beard is not the ordinary image of a college instructor, but John Massey, new welding instructor at...

Enactus opens E-Closet project

Enactus opens E-Closet project

October 8, 2014

A community outreach project sponsored by ENACTUS, the student business and entrepreneurship group, was part of discussions at Monday’s regular Board...

3-D printer enhances learning environment for students

3-D printer enhances learning environment for students

October 8, 2014

Manufacturing Day was a chance for the drafting and design department to show off their new addition to the program. Their new 3-D printer has been attracting...

Maria Lara

Barriers can block relocation success

October 6, 2014

Major reasons that immigrants choose to relocate to the United States include an increase on their economic status, better job opportunities that are accompanied...

Tech school to try on policy for uniforms

October 6, 2014

The question of whether or not the technical school students will be wearing uniforms has been answered. Larry McLemore, division chair of Industrial Technology...

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