non-traditional students
December 21, 2021

Joy Shultz of Wahoo and Dawn Thumser of Plattsmouth became the first students to graduate from Southeast Community College without ever setting foot on an SCC campus. Both utilized SCC’s learning centers in their respective communities to earn degrees in December.

brazilian soccer
December 17, 2021

Luigi Piccoli has been playing soccer since he was 3 years old. His first article of clothing as a baby was a shirt of a Brazilian soccer team. He can’t imagine doing anything else.

1984 alumnus
December 17, 2021

Patrick Bourne told more than 400 Southeast Community College students Thursday night to be accountable for their achievements and success, all the while acknowledging their accomplishment as college graduates.

scc employees
December 17, 2021

Close to 50 children will have a happier holiday this year, thanks to the generosity of Southeast Community College employees. A “Giving Tree” was put up at the Lincoln Campus for children of Transitions and TRIO students. This is the second year the Giving Tree event was held, and each year more...

board votes
December 15, 2021

The Southeast Community College Board of Governors approved a $3 per credit hour increase in the Facility Fee for the 2022-2023 academic year, but held tuition at its current rate during its regular monthly meeting on Dec. 14. The motion was unanimous.

berg is new
December 15, 2021

Caleb Berg is the new Administrative Director of the SENCAP/Dual Credit Advantage program at Southeast Community College. Berg previously worked at the College in Continuing Education. Prior to that he worked for the state of Nebraska in workforce training and program management.

ag students
December 15, 2021

Students on Southeast Community College’s Beatrice Campus raised approximately $3,400 for the Gage County Adopt-a-Kid community service project. Students raised money to buy nearly 80 gifts for local children in the Beatrice area during the holiday season.

milford's karl eickhoff
December 8, 2021

Southeast Community College’s Karl Eickhoff was recently honored with the ASE Instructor of the Year Award. The award, presented by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence, recognizes 48 automotive service professionals annually.