seward county community college


Seward County Community College

Established in 1969 with only 331 students, Seward County Community College has grown to more than 2,000 on-campus and online students. It’s also become a symbol of Southwest Kansas determination and skill. With an ever-growing list of programs, degrees, and certificates, we equip students to  improve their lives and their community for good. 


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Ever Growing, Always Better

Steady growth is the hallmark of the College’s first 50 years, and our second half-century promises to follow suit. The completion of the Colvin Family Center for Allied Health brought all five academic divisions to the main campus in 2020 — just in time for another major expansion with the purchase of the West Campus property in fall 2023. Student success has flourished as well, with record-breaking enrollment in fall 2023, and the establishment of our Saints Anywhere online platform. SCCC continues to fine-tune its offerings to meet workforce demand and student preferences. We can’t wait to find out what the future holds. 

Commitment to Diversity

Whether it is a student-led celebration of Dia de los Muertos or service projects at local elementary schools, our campus reflects the beauty and diversity of unlikely connections in the heart of America.  At SCCC, we know that our mission to improve the lives of all we serve and the community we call home demands more than well-designed academic programs and seamless service. It also calls for  cultural humility, endless curiosity, and open hearts. Once you arrive on campus, you will find out why we call it the Saints family!