Auto Collision Repair program receives generous donation

Southeast Community College’s Milford Campus is one of three Nebraska colleges to receive a generous grant to enhance its Auto Collision Repair Technology program. The Nebraska Rod & Custom Association donated a one-time grant of $7,500 to SCC for the purpose of improving facilities or investing in equipment.

“NRCA has been a longtime supporter of automotive training in Nebraska,” said Kevin Uhler, SCC Auto Collision Repair Technology program director. “We are so appreciative of this extremely generous gift from NRCA that allowed us to improve our lab. This new paint mix room will be something that all of our Auto Collision Repair students use as they work on live lab projects during their training at SCC.”

In addition to this donation, the NRCA awards 10 scholarships annually to students pursuing automotive and collision training at one of Nebraska’s community colleges. Many SCC students have received scholarships.

The NRCA consists of around 1,800 members throughout the state and supports classic car hobbies.


Andrea Gallagher
Communications Specialist