The Southeast Community College Board of Governors voted Sept. 26 to leave the property tax levy rate at 9.37 cents for a fifth consecutive year.
Jose Soto, retiring vice president for Access, Equity and Diversity at Southeast Community College, was presented with the Leola Bullock Community Service Award in September at the NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet: Thriving Together.
Southeast Community College’s Global Education program is holding a fundraiser on Thursday, Oct. 5, from 4:30-7 p.m. at Course Restaurant at the Lincoln Campus.
The Board of Governors of Southeast Community College will approve the 2023-2024 budget for the College during its regular monthly meeting Sept. 26 at the Milford Campus. The budget hearing/meeting begins at 3 p.m. Sept. 26 in Milford.
Long before workforce development was a trendy buzzword, the Office of the Chief Information Officer for the state of Nebraska worked with SCC to expand its workforce.
Southeast Community College worked with Unanimous, a Lincoln-based branding agency, to create a college-wide mascot to coincide with athletics moving to all three campus locations. On Aug. 1, SCC officially became the Bobcats.
Based on open forums, feedback from state senators and other community leaders, the Board on Aug. 22 unanimously approved an advertised budget that includes a reduction from the maximum of 9.25 cents to 8.5 cents, which represents a rate closer to the mid-point between the 7.5-cent minimum CCFF rate...