SCC offering hybrid courses next quarter at Energy Square, Entrepreneurship Center

November 14, 2011

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Southeast Community College will begin offering hybrid courses at a number of its locations beginning with the Winter Quarter. Most of these hybrid courses meet one day a week in the classroom, and students do additional coursework...

SCC gearing up for annual Open House

October 18, 2011

Filed under Beatrice, ESQ, Lincoln, Milford, News

It’s been held on different days and at different times of the year, but one thing about Southeast Community College’s Open House has remained the same for decades: It’s a showcase open to the general public. SCC’s...

SCC student loan default rate lowest among Nebraska community colleges

October 17, 2011

Filed under Beatrice, ESQ, Lincoln, Milford, News

Southeast Community College’s student loan default rate crept up 1.1 percent from fiscal year 2008, but its FY 2009 rate of 6.9 percent is the lowest among community colleges in the state by nearly 4 percent. SCC’s rate...

Tangeman new VP for human resources at SCC

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August 15, 2011

Filed under Beatrice, ESQ, Lincoln, Milford, News

Bruce Tangeman is the new vice president for human resources at Southeast Community College. He replaces Don Byrnes, who retired at the end of June after 12 years at SCC. Prior to his employment at SCC, Tangeman held a variety...

Get student discounts by carrying a student ID

Lisa Bjornberg, Student Writer

August 11, 2011

Filed under Beatrice, ESQ, Lincoln, Milford, News

Being a student is usually synonymous with not having a lot of money. There are always things that a student has to buy, such as school supplies, like books, paper, pencils and pens, and things needed for survival, like food and...

Finals and Commuters

Christina Weidner, Student Writer

August 11, 2011

Filed under Beatrice, ESQ, Lincoln, Milford, Opinion

Finals at Southeast Community College are a tough time for many students. Finding the time to study can sometimes be troublesome, with children and jobs pressing for more attention than an Accounting or History review. But...

Grand Island revs up for another State Fair

Lindsey Koepke, Student Writer

August 11, 2011

Filed under Beatrice, ESQ, Lincoln, Milford, News

Some thought the chance of the State Fair thriving outside of Lincoln was next to impossible. But with a successful first year at its new home under their belt, representatives of the Nebraska State Fair are busy preparing for...

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