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The resources SCC receives enhance the SCC experience for students and teachers alike. With the help of our community and supporters, we are committed to providing an extraordinary learning environment.
Academic and program enhancements are made possible by proceeds raised at events and by individuals and corporations who are passionate about education.
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Additional anatomical models will give more students ability to check out the models. These are used to help students in learning topics for nursing and other health careers.
The Rosetta Stone Language Learning Suite will allow those learning English as a second language access to a web-based program that promotes individual study, allows for the use of more technology to enhance what is taught in the classroom.
The luncheon teaches students soft skills necessary when entering the workforce. Topics addressed include introductions, meal etiquette, proper attire and profession behavior in a meal setting. The funding will help cover the expense of a four-course meal, keeping ticket prices affordable to students.
Children in this community program will be provided with an appropriate and safe space to learn the art of theatre on a portable dance floor with a safe, non-slip surface.
English Department Literary Journal Library.
The Gateway Review is the college’s own literary journal, which gives students the opportunity to prepare their own literary work for publication.
Students will be exposed to the importance of financial literacy through the use of a “money” booth. Students will be eligible to enter the booth and win prizes by registering on a financial literacy website, answering questions, and completing tasks designed by financial aid counselors.
The program uses college instructors to inform middle and high school students about the impact of taking math during the senior year of high school on their future success in college.
By updating to the current version of the TABE test, students wishing to enter the Certified Medication Technician Program will be evaluated on current course knowledge.
With funding for the mounting of posters, all students will learn how to present information they research and learn in the classroom for a larger event. The finished posters will be on display during the Psychology Program’s Brain Week.
The handheld technology will allow science students to collect and analyze data for a variety of science experiments. For example, anatomy and physiology students learn how to read electrocardiograms (EKG).
Guest speaker Dr. Brian Quick, a recognized scholar who specializes in Health Communication, discussed his work, research and potential career paths for students interested in a communication major.
Members of Phi Beta Lambda, the business student organization, will travel and compete at state and national conferences.
Additional helmets are needed for students enrolled in the welding classes. The American Welding Society (AWS) Basic Welding Workforce program offered through SCC Workforce Development, prepares participants seeking employment in this high demand skill area.
Scholarship funds will be made available to Workforce Development in order to help individuals who are struggling to afford the program fees.
Privately Funded Grants
ESP Campus Enhancements
New microphones for Young People’s Theater (YPT) will allow the cast the ability to produce a high-quality performance. YPT directors will instruct SCC students on how to handle, test and use microphones and sound equipment.