A number of “Students of the Year” were recognized at a special banquet at Southeast Community College’s Beatrice Campus. Eight students from different areas of study were recognized by faculty members for grades, attitude and progress in their programs.
Starting this summer, dependents of Nebraska state employees will be able to attend Southeast Community College and other Nebraska community colleges tuition-free.
Students in Southeast Community College’s Culinary/Hospitality program are helping to save the environment by composting all of the food waste that comes in and out of the classroom labs and the student-run Course Restaurant.
Dan Johnson, former Southeast Community College athletic director and current instructor, received the George E. Killian Award of Excellence at the 2022 National Junior College Athletic Association Convention in Birmingham, Alabama, on April 13. The award is given to individuals dedicated to the ideals...
Southeast Community College was awarded the Ellucian Impact Award for 2022 in the Change Leadership category, which recognizes school leaders who led ambitious technology initiatives and successfully managed change across multiple groups toward clear, common goals.
Three Southeast Community College students were among dozens who were honored for their academics, leadership and service Wednesday during a ceremony in downtown Lincoln.
April is National Community College Month, which means it’s a time to recognize Southeast Community College and other academic institutions around the country for providing a vital service to the community and its residents.
Six Southeast Community College agriculture students finished in the top 10 at the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Judging Contest March 30-April 2 in North Platte.
James J. Garver, vice chairman of the Southeast Community College Board of Governors, died March 30. He was 71. Garver served the Board from November 2007 to December 2012, then again from 2015 to present. During his tenure he held various offices.