Whether it’s related directly to the pandemic or not, mental health experts at Southeast Community College say in the past two years, there’s an increased need in counseling services at all three campuses and the learning centers.
Students completing their associate degrees at Southeast Community College now have the option of making a seamless transition into a related bachelor’s degree through Doane University at nearly the same cost. The Associate’s to Bachelor’s, or “A’s to B’s”, partnership between SCC and Doane...
Surgical Technology students at Southeast Community College dissected pig hearts as they prepare to enter the surgical field. The faux-surgeries took place at the new Health Sciences Building at SCC’s Lincoln Campus.
Originally from Bogota, Colombia, Dr. Amanda Baron brings a different perspective and life experience to Southeast Community College. She hopes designated months like National Hispanic Heritage Month help spread cultural awareness.
In order to allow more students study abroad opportunities, Southeast Community College’s Global Education program is holding a fundraising event on Thursday, Oct. 6, at Course Restaurant, located on SCC’s Lincoln Campus. The event is from 4:30-7 p.m. and includes hors d’oeuvres, drinks, live music...
Josh Floyd is a true example of how it’s never too late to go back to school. At age 42, he recently graduated from Southeast Community College’s Lincoln Campus with an associate degree in Business.
For SCC history instructor Scott Stempson, sports isn’t just his passion, it’s a way of life. He grew up playing many sports, and now he teaches it and other history classes at Southeast Community College and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
First responders, a helicopter and safety demonstrations will be on display Monday, Sept. 12, from 4-6 p.m. at Southeast Community College’s Beatrice Campus, south of the Kennedy Student Center. The event is held each year to bring safety awareness to students, faculty and staff.
When Kevan Hueftle lost his foot in a 2005 hunting accident, he went through a lot of challenges, including depression, alcoholism and weight gain. But eventually, those challenges were what he needed to get to where he’s at today.
Devin and Jenny Schroeder met while working at a Lincoln restaurant. They discovered they had a mutual love of the restaurant industry and were both graduates of Southeast Community College’s Culinary/Hospitality program more than a decade ago.