University description (as per official university website)
Seward County Community College was established in Liberal, Kansas on December 29, 1967 with classes officially starting on September 2, 1969. Since beginning in 1969 with 331 students, SCCC has grown to an enrollment of over 2,100 students enrolled in over 15,000 credit hours for the Fall of 2002.
SCCC offers Associate in Science and Associate in Arts degrees, which concludes the first two years of study toward a bachelor's or higher degree; an Associate in General Studies degree; an Associate in Applied Science degree; and a Certificate of Completion in various areas of study. Both credit and non-credit courses are offered through the Business and Industry program that contribute to the workforce development of the citizens in Southwest Kansas, the Oklahoma Panhandle, and the Texas Panhandle. Various community education courses are offered each semester to meet the educational, cultural, leisure and recreational needs of the community.
Humanities and Social Sciences
Science, Math, and PE
International students may be eligible for various scholarships through SCCC; a limited number are available for those who qualify. A scholarship application should be returned by the priority date listed on the scholarship application.