seward county community college


Clubs & Organizations

Livestock Judging Team

Seward County Community College offers opportunities for students to participate in activities that will add to their college experience. SCCC offers a nationally competitive livestock-judging program, in which a team represents the college in contests throughout the United States. This activity builds decision–making, communication, and reasoning skills that are in high demand by today’s employers. Scholarships are available for members of the Livestock Judging Team.

Crops Judging Team

SCCC offers student participation in Crops Judging at SCCC. Scholarships are available to participate on these judging teams. Crops Judging helps to give the student multiple desirable job skill sets within the Agriculture industry. Crops Judging also prepares the students for several job opportunities. The mastery of this subject material also helps the student prepare to become a Certified Crop Advisor.    

Block and Bridle

Block and Bridle is a chapter of the National Block and Bridle Club. The purpose of this club is to promote the improvement and increase the interest among students of Animal Science and to bring about closer relationships among men and women pursuing some phase of Animal Science as a profession. We promote a higher scholastic standard and a more complete understanding of Animal Science among student members, promote animal agriculture through development of a program of activities that will supplement students’ study of the animal sciences in colleges and universities, and enhance professionalism of students who will one day be leaders in the animal agriculture industry.

Collegiate Farm Bureau

Collegiate Farm Bureau is a program of Kansas Farm Bureau which exists to support students engaged in agriculture, enhance members’ education and develop future leaders for the organization and ag industry. Students will build their network with other students, connect to leaders and mentors, share agricultural knowledge with children, consumers, and elected officials, and develop a greater understanding of agriculture and related issues in Kansas and across the US