Developing an ‘app’etite for STEM

Using technology to create real-world solutions, students are gaining a competitive advantage and the skills they need for the technology jobs of tomorrow.

With STEM week in March, we’d like to recognize students who are pursuing their education in science, technology, engineering and math.

Trey is one of them. He is collaborating with classmates to … Continue reading

Are you a proud SCC Alum? Check out the new Alumni Association.

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SCC alumni – we are looking for you! The SCC Alumni Association is a group of proud SCC alumni who are interested in cultivating relationships with students and alumni to foster a sense of community while working together to build college pride. What does that mean?

Bringing peace and friendship to the world through song

We are following the lead of musically talented alumni, students and community members in our SCC choirs, who sang of peace and friendship in the SCC Winter Choir Concert. We wish the same for you this season.

Performing with the SCC Singers was Katie Bettison, a 2017 SCC grad who, … Continue reading


Democracy Days: Shaping Politics – Women in Leadership

Urban Dictionary’s definition of a #GirlBoss is:

A woman in control, taking charge of her own circumstances in work & life. Someone who knows her worth and won’t accept anything less. She is empowering and inspiring to those around her.

Equal pay between the sexes remains a hot-button topic in America’s modern political climate. … Continue reading

Welcome to college! Here are some things you may want to know…


Terry Webb is an assistant professor of counseling at Cuyahoga Community College. Below are things that he wishes he knew before attending college as a first generation college student.

  • Learn to prioritize and manage time. Do not let it manage you.
  • Reading is not studying. Learn the difference.
  • Network and … Continue reading