Articles from May 2014 and earlier.
SCC Trustees Approve West Burlington Campus Classroom Addition, Review Enrollment Report
The SCC Board of Trustees approved the construction of a new building addition on the West Burlington campus.
SCC Welcomes the Free Tenors to Keokuk's Grand Theater on November 19
The SCC Foundation invites you to a performance by the Free Tenors on Friday, November 19 at the Grand Theater in Keokuk....
SCC Visitng Writers Series Welcomes Klane, Love on November 20
Southeastern Community College's a Visiting Writers Series is set for Saturday, November 20. Scheduled to appear are poets Matthew Klane and B.J. Love, two writers from the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop.
SCC Board of Trustees Name Officers for 2010-2011
At its October meeting, the Southeastern Community College Board of Trustees named new officers for the 2010-2011 school year.
SCC and GRMC to Host Open House for New SimMan Patient Simulator Lab on October 11
Southeastern Community College (SCC) and Great River Medical Center (GRMC) will host an open house for their new SimMan Patient Simulator Lab on Monday, October 11 at Mercy Plaza on GRMC's West Burlington campus.
Sam Clemens Short Story Writing Contest Opens Call for Entries
Call for entries has begun for the 13th Samuel Clemens Short Story Writing Contest sponsored by Southeastern Community College.
October 1 Deadline for Spring Scholarships from SCC Foundation
The Southeastern Community College Foundation announced today that scholarship applications will be accepted until October 1, 2010 from persons enrolling at Southeastern Community College in spring 2011 semester.
SCC Named Military Friendly School by G.I. Jobs Magazine
Southeastern Community College has been named a Military Friendly School for 2011 by G.I. Jobs magazine. This honor places SCC in the top 15% of all colleges, universities and trade schools nationwide. It is the College's second year in a row to make the list. SCC will be included in the 2011 G.I. Jobs Guide to Military Friendly Schools, a publication distributed to active and former military personnel later this year.
Second Annual Dan Ring Bike Ride Set for Saturday, September 25
The Second Annual Dan Ring Memorial Bike Ride will take place on September 25, 2010, at Southeastern Community College's West Burlington campus. Funds raised from the event will support the Daniel Anders Ring Memorial Endowed Nursing Scholarship.
SCC Keokuk Campus to Host Open House for New SimMan Patient Simulator Lab on September 13
Southeastern Community College will host an open house for its new SimMan Patient Simulator Lab on Monday, September 13 at the College's Keokuk campus in Room 414.
SCC's TRIO Program Receives $367K to Serve First Generation and Low Income Students
Southeastern Community College was awarded $367,000 to fund its TRIO Student Support Services program annually over the next five years. The funds will be shared with Carl Sandburg College, CSC, in Illinois. The award is a re-funding of the two colleges' existing programs.
SCC Extends Scholarship Deadline for National Science Foundation Scholarships to August 18
Southeastern Community College has extended its deadline for the NSF STEM scholarship to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 18. The scholarship will provide ....
SCC's Julie Glasgow Honored as Outstanding Support Staff Member
The Iowa Association of Community Colleges, IACCT, named SCC Office of Institutional Advancement Secretary/Accounts Specialist Julie Glasgow Outstanding Support Staff Member at its annual meeting on July 29 in Marshalltown, IA.
Des Moines County's YouthBuild Program Off to a Great Start
Des Moines County's YouthBuild program recently graduated its first class. On June 15, the twelve students who completed the program were recognized at a ceremony in the Little Theater on Southeastern Community College's West Burlington campus.
SCC Alumni Association Golf Outing set for Friday, July 16 at Sheaffer Memorial Golf Course
The 15th annual SCC Alumni Association Golf Outing is set for Friday, July 16 at Sheaffer Memorial Golf Course with a shot-gun start at 12:30 p.m. The event includes free beverages all day long, prizes for every golfer, hole games, a dinner buffet after golf, Birdies for Charity pledges, and a silent auction.
"Behind the Scenes at the Miss America Pageant" Coming May 16
The SCC Foundation fundraiser brunch, "Behind the Scenes at the Miss America Pageant" featuring Miss America 2nd Runner Up Olivia Myers Baker, will take place on Sunday, May 16, at noon, at Pzazz! Event Center.
SCC Upward Bound Student Kyra Seay Named Dell Scholar
Kyra Seay was recently named a 2010 Dell Scholar. Seay is a senior at Keokuk High School and concurrently enrolled at SCC through its Upward Bound program. The Dell Scholars program awards 300 scholarships annually nationwide. Seay is one of just four students from the state of Iowa named to this year's list.
SCC 11th Annual Car Show Set for May 15
On Saturday, May 15, 2010, the Southeastern Community College Automotive club will be sponsoring its 11th Annual Car Show and Swap Meet. This annual event will be held at the Agri-Livestock arena on the college campus rain or shine in West Burlington, Iowa.
SCC Foundation Presents "Behind the Scenes at the Miss America Pageant"
Great River Entertainment/Pzazz! will sponsor a brunch for up to 80 people at 12 Noon on Sunday, May 16, 2010 featuring Olivia Myers Baker, Miss Iowa 2008 and the 2009 Miss America 2nd Runner Up. Ms. Myers Baker will show videos and photos and share what really happens during the weeks leading up to and during the actual Miss America Pageant. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for children 12 and under. All proceeds will fund scholarships at Southeastern Community College.
SCC to Dedicate Art Studio to the Late Jane Thode Walsh on Friday, April 30
Southeastern Community College will dedicate its newly-renovated art studio in honor of the late Jane Thode Walsh. The ceremony will be held at in Art Studio A on SCC's West Burlington campus at 4:30 on Friday, April 30, 2010. A new darkroom will also be dedicated to former SCC student Brandon Fields. The event is free and open to the public.