groundbreaking for student
April 28, 2021

Southeast Community College’s Lincoln Campus is undergoing a $30-million facelift that will change the look and feel of the campus. A groundbreaking ceremony was held on Wednesday, April 28, on the Lincoln Campus.

new animal
April 27, 2021

If you’ve ever wondered why animals behave the way they do, now’s your chance to study them at Southeast Community College. This fall, SCC will offer “Animal Behavior” BIO/PSYCH 2201 as a three-credit hour course on the Lincoln Campus.

precision machining
April 19, 2021

Southeast Community College’s Precision Machining and Automation Technology program received a generous donation from the Gene Haas Foundation. The $15,000 check recently was presented to students and faculty on the Milford Campus. The money will go toward scholarships for students.

scc’s culinary/hospitality
April 15, 2021

Southeast Community College’s Culinary/Hospitality program received a top-five rating from an annual study of the best culinary schools in the nation, based on program options, cost of attendance and career outcomes by

ag student
April 14, 2021

Southeast Community College’s Beatrice Campus has recognized Connor Bartels as the “Ag Student of the Year” for the 2020-2021 academic year. Bartels was previously “Ag Student of the Month” last December. To be selected, Ag instructors look at a number of factors including grades, attitude...

scc students
April 8, 2021

Southeast Community College students who live in Lancaster County or attend classes at any SCC-Lincoln location are now able to register for the COVID-19 vaccine. While getting the vaccine is highly encouraged, it is not mandatory to enroll in classes at SCC.

auto collision
April 7, 2021

Southeast Community College received a $2,000 grant for its Auto Collision Repair Technology program on the Milford Campus. Driven Brands Collision partnered with the Collision Repair Foundation to provide the grants to 14 colleges around the nation.

storm soccer
April 6, 2021

Southeast Community College’s women’s and men’s soccer teams held their inaugural matches on Friday, April 2, at the new soccer field on the Beatrice Campus. This is the first season for Storm soccer since it was canceled last year because of COVID-19.