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ACCOUNTING • AGRICULTURE • ART • AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY • GAME DESIGN • HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION

SEWARD COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE & AREA TECHNICAL SCHOOL

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Go Green, $ave Green! 1-800-373-9951

1801 N. Kansas, PO Box 1137 • Liberal, KS 67905-1137 • www.sccc.edu


SEWARD COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE&AREA TECHNICAL SCHOOL 1-800-373-9951 • 1801 N. Kansas, PO Box 1137 • Liberal, KS 67905-1137 • www.sccc.edu


WHYSEWARD COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE/ AREA TECHNICAL SCHOOL?

TO ATTEND THE 33rd BEST COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN THE NATION, ACCORDING TO THE WASHINGTON MONTHLY 2010/2011 REPORT. TO LEARN FROM AWARD WINNING FACULTY. TO RECEIVE A TOP NOTCH EDUCATION COMBINED WITH SMALL CAMPUS ATMOSPHERE . TO SAVE MONEY AT ONE OF THE MOST AFFORDABLE SCHOOLS IN KANSAS.


ACADEMIC TRANSFER PROGRAMS Many careers require a bachelor’s degree. Start now to complete that degree through SCCC/ATS transfer programs. SCCC/ATS has a number of two-year programs designed for individuals who would like to transfer to a four-year college or university after completing the first two years at SCCC/ATS. ACCOUNTING

HISTORY

AGRICULTURE

JOURNALISM

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE

MATHEMATICS

BIOLOGY

MEDICINE (PRE)

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

MUSIC

CHEMISTRY

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

SPEECH & DRAMA

EDUCATION

SPORTS MANAGEMENT

ENGINEERING (PRE)

SPORTS MEDICINE

ENGLISH

VISUAL ARTS

PHILOSOPHY

SOCIAL SCIENCE

ACCOUNTING • AGRICULTURE • BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE • BIOLOGY

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CAREER PROGRAMS Seward County Community College/Area Technical School is forging ahead to meet the demands of changing times. We are committed to supporting the success of students and providing them with necessary tools to reach their desired career goal. SCCC/ATS is a critical entry point for students who are interested in obtaining the training and knowledge needed to excel in the workforce.

ALLIED HEALTH

Certified Nursing Assistant Medical Assistant Medical Coding & Reimbursement Specialist Medical Laboratory Technician Certified Medication Aid Nursing Respiratory Therapy Surgical Technology

Accounting Agriculture Business Administrative Technology Business Marketing/Management Computer Information Systems Cosmetology and Nail Technician Criminal Justice

BUSINESS

INDUSTRIAL

Corrosion Technology Heating/Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Natural Gas Technology Process Technology

Drafting and Design Technology Machine Tool Technology Welding Technology

MANUFACTURING

AUTOMOTIVE/ TRANSPORTATION

Automotive Business Management Auto Body Collision Repair Automotive Mechanics Technology Diesel Technology Truck Driving

• BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION • BUSINESS MARKETING/MANAGEMENT


ADMISSIONS CHECKLIST 1. Complete the Admission/Scholarship Application-online version at www.sccc.edu a. There is no application fee. The priority deadline for scholarships is April 1st for the fall semester. 2. Send us your current high school transcript and your college transcript if applicable. a. Upon graduation, your final high school transcript will be required. 3. Schedule a campus visit and meet your future instructors and fellow students 4. Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) a. SCCC/ATS code-008228 5. Complete a housing contract if you plan on living in student housing. 6. Send us your ACT scores or sign up for the COMPASS test in place of the ACT. a. SCCC/ATS does not require an admission exam. Scores are used for course placement/assessment. 7. Schedule an appointment to enroll in classes a. Call the Admissions Office at 620-417-1100 or 1-800-373-9951, ext. 1100. b. Attend an All Saints Day. For more information visit www.allsaintsdays.com.

CHEMISTRY • COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS • EDUCATION •


CAMPUSVISIT Who: Anyone

TECHNICAL SCHOOL CAMPUS 2215 N. Kansas AGRICULTURAL BUILDING PARKING

COSMETOLOGY BUILDING

SHANK HUMANITIES BUILDING

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PARKING

STUDENT ACTIVITIES CENTER

BRENT GOULD FIELD

PARKING

EIGHTEENTH STREET To South Parking

FIFTEENTH STREET

COTTONWOOD LANE

KANSAS AVENUE

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STUDENT HOUSING

PARKING

HOBBLE ACADEMIC BUILDING

SOFTBALL FIELD

ADMISSIONS OFFICE start here

When: Campus tours are offered most weekdays from 8:00 to 4:00 Where: Campus is located at 1801 N. Kansas, Liberal, Kansas. You will begin your campus visit in the Admissions Office. See the map to the left for parking and office location.

COLVIN ADULT LEARNING CENTER 920 N. Kansas

WASHINGTON

What: You should expect to get the full experience ELEVENTH STREET of college life at Seward Seward County TENTH STREET Community College County Community Area Technical School 1801 N. Kansas College/Area Technical Liberal, Kansas School! After meeting with the Admissions Office, you will meet with Financial Aid Officers to SIXTH STREET Memorial discuss scholarships and Library FAFSA, followed by an advisor to discuss future plans. Finally, take a look around campus and visit with current students. To conclude the tour, you can enjoy lunch in the cafeteria. Our treat! EPWORTH ALLIED HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER 6th and Washington

How: To schedule a campus tour please call 620-417-1100

CRIMINAL JUSTICE • ENGLISH • ENGINEERING (PRE) • HISTORY


TUITION FOR SEWARD COUNTY RESIDENTS Below are approximate costs for college attendance at SCCC/ATS. Depending on the number of hours you take during a semester, the cost will vary. In order to receive the Seward County Tuition Grant, students must be a Seward County resident and graduate from high school with a minimum 2.0 GPA. This qualifies them for the grant which waves the tuition and students are only responsible for paying the fees. Students receiving this grant must be in at least one campus club or organization and maintain a 2.5 GPA while at SCCC/ATS. The tuition grant is limited to 18 credit hours per semester.

SEWARD COUNTY TUITION GRANT

TUITION WAIVED & FEES ($25 per cr hr x 15 hrs)...... $375 BOOKS (estimated).................................................................... $400 SPECIAL FEES (estimated)........................................................ $200 DORMS..........................................................................................$2,100 TOTAL PER SEMESTER............................. $3,075

TOTAL PER YEAR (estimated).................. $6,150

SEWARD COUNTY TUITION GRANT (COMMUTING)

TUITION WAIVED & FEES ($25 per cr hr x 15 hrs)...... $375 BOOKS (estimated).................................................................... $400 SPECIAL FEES (estimated)........................................................ $200 TOTAL PER SEMESTER................................ $975

TOTAL PER YEAR (estimated).................. $1,950 *Prices based on the 2011/2012 academic year.

JOURNALISM • MATHEMATICS • MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN

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GO GREEN - $AVE GREEN

TUITION

IN-STATE STUDENTS

TUITION & FEES ($67 per cr hr x 15 hrs).......................$1,005 BOOKS (estimated).................................................................... $400 SPECIAL FEES (estimated)........................................................ $200 TOTAL LIVING OFF CAMPUS................... $1,605 DORMS..........................................................................................$2,100 TOTAL PER SEMESTER............................. $3,075

TOTAL PER YEAR (estimated).................. $7,410

BORDER COUNTY* STUDENTS

TUITION & FEES ($80 per cr hr x 15 hrs).......................$1,200 BOOKS (estimated).................................................................... $400 SPECIAL FEES (estimated)........................................................ $200 TOTAL LIVING OFF CAMPUS................... $1,800 DORMS..........................................................................................$2,100 TOTAL PER SEMESTER.............................$3,900

TOTAL PER YEAR (estimated).................$7,800 * In Oklahoma: Beaver, Cimarron, & Texas | In Colorado: Baca In Texas: Dallam, Sherman, Hansford, Ochiltree & Lipscomb

OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTS

TUITION & FEES ($95 per cr hr x 15 hrs).......................$1,425 BOOKS (estimated).................................................................... $400 SPECIAL FEES (estimated)........................................................ $200 TOTAL LIVING OFF CAMPUS.................. $2,025 DORMS..........................................................................................$2,100 TOTAL PER SEMESTER.............................. $4,125

TOTAL PER YEAR (estimated)................. $8,250 *Out-of-State technical students residing on-campus receive in-state tuition rate. *Prices based on the 2011/2012 academic year.

• MEDICINE (PRE) • MUSIC • NURSING • PHILOSOPHY • VISUAL ARTS


FINANCIALAID FAFSA • Obtain a “PIN” to file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). o If you are a dependent student, one parent will need a “PIN” number. o To obtain a “PIN” you may go to www.pin.ed.gov. n If you provide an email address your “PIN” number will be emailed to you in a few hours, if not it will be mailed to you within 10 days. • After January 1st go to www.fafsa.gov to file your FAFSA. • Items required to file the FAFSA: o Prior year tax returns for parents and student o School code: 008228 NOTE: Visit www.fafsa4me.com prior to filling out the FAFSA for helpful tips and support. Complete and submit the FAFSA as soon as possible.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION • RESPIRATORY THERAPY • PHYSICAL SCIENCE •


SCHOLARSHIPS The priority deadline for all scholarships is November 1st for the spring semester and April 1st for the fall semester.

ACADEMIC

$1,000 ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP Student must have a 3.5 GPA or higher. $800 GENERAL ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP Student must have between a 3.00 and 3.49 GPA. $600 GENERAL ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP Student must have between a 2.50 and 2.99 GPA. $400 INCENTIVE AWARD Student must have between a 2.00 and 2.49 GPA and be a 1st time full-time freshman.

PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to the senior who is recommended from each area high school with above a 3.0 GPA. Students receive tuition plus books. If student has above a 3.5 GPA and is selected as a student tour guide, the scholarship is raised to tuition, books and fees.

OTHER SCHOLARSHIP

Students, following sponsor recommendation, may be eligible for a performance book scholarship, tuition and book scholarship, or a $1000 and book scholarship, based on their participation in one of the following areas: Agriculture Art Athletics Cheerleading Criminal Justice Drama/Theater

Instrumental Music Journalism Livestock Judging Peer Tutoring Saintsations (Dance) Saints-n-Action

Sports Medicine Students in Free Enterprise Student Manager Vocal Music

SOCIAL SCIENCE • SPEECH AND DRAMA • SPORTS MANAGEMENT


Seward County Community College/ Area Technical School offers students a choice when it comes to on-campus living. Students can enjoy good food in the cafeteria and create long-lasting friendships. Student housing also provides safety and security to all residents.


STUDENTLIVING

STUDENT LIVING CENTER - $4,200 per year

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Traditional style co-ed dormitory Two bedrooms, two students per bedroom/share one bathroom Computer lab, game room, laundry facilities Local telephone, basic cable and internet provided

MANSION SUITES - $4,200 per year

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Four bedroom suites One bathroom per two bedrooms Small commons area Local telephone, basic cable and internet provided

HALE COURT - $3,200 per year • • • • •

For males only located at the technical school site Four bedrooms per building One bath per two bedrooms Laundry facilities Telephone, basic cable and internet service NOT provided; outlets available

Prices are based on the 2011/2012 academic year.

SPORTS MEDICINE • SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION • BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE • MUSIC


Students at SCCC/ATS have the opportunity to be engaged in a variety of clubs and organizations. Whether it is the award winning Crusader or the outstanding musical productions, students will be able to showcase their talents.


CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS ADULTS TO LEND SUPPORT (ATLAS)

PATHWAYS

BLACK COLLEGIATE UNION (BCU)

PHI THETA KAPPA (PTK)

BLOCK AND BRIDLE

SHOW CHOIR

CAMPUS MESSENGERS FOR CHRIST (CMC)

SIGMA CHI CHI

CHEERLEADING AND DANCE CHOIR CRUSADER NEWSPAPER STAFF FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES (FCA) FUTURE TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS (FTP) HISPANIC AMERICAN LEADERSHIP ORGANIZATION (HALO) INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ORGANIZATION (ISO)

SKILLS USA STUDENTS PROMOTING EDUCATIONAL CAREERS (SPEC) STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION (SGA) STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION (SNA) STUDENTS IN FREE ENTERPRISE (SIFE) STUDENT RESPIRATORY THERAPY ASSOCIATION (SRTA)

KAPPA BETA DELTA

SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY STUDENT ASSOCIATION (STSA)

KYLIX ART CLUB

WIND ENSEMBLE

WITH ALL THAT WE HAVE TO OFFER, NO MATTER WHAT YOUR INTEREST, WE HAVE A GROUP FOR YOU.

ACCOUNTING • AGRICULTURE • JOURNALISM • HISTORY


BASEBALL - Jayhawk West Champions 9 out of the last 11 years 2011 - Finished 6th at NJCAA World Series MEN’S BASKETBALL - NJCAA top 20 the past 3 years 2011 - Jayhawk West Champions, Region VI Runners-Up WOMEN’S BASKETBALL - 168-38 record in the past 6 years 2011 - Two players named WBCA All-American MEN’S TENNIS - 12 consecutive seasons ranked in the ITA top 20 2011 - Won 3rd straight NJCAA National Academic Championship WOMEN’S TENNIS - 6 straight trips to the NJCAA National Tournament 2011 - Finished in 12th place at the National Tournament SOFTBALL - Region VI Champions 4 out of the past 6 years. 2011 - Five players named to the All-Jayhawk Conference Teams VOLLEYBALL - 17 straight years ranked in NJCAA top 20 2010 - One win short of NJCAA National Tournament


EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES COLLEGE PLANNING CONFERENCE

Every fall SCCC/ATS hosts a CPC which is a great way to get more information about colleges across Kansas and Oklahoma.

BASKETBALL PREVIEW NIGHT

Come meet your Saints and Lady Saints Basketball teams at this preview night. Free t-shirts and prizes will be given away.

SENIOR SHOOTOUT

Area seniors can take a chance at winning a $100 scholarship along with other prizes. To register please visit www.allsaintsdays.com.

COLLEGE GOAL SUNDAY

Students and parents can get help completing the FAFSA. It will be held at the SCCC/ATS library from 2:00-4:00 p.m. For more information visit www.collegegoal.org.

CAREER DAY

This event is open to high school juniors and seniors. It is a great opportunity to get more information about specific careers and speak to advisors in each division. For more information contact the Admissions Office at 620-417-1100.

XTREME CHALLENGE

High school Students can compete in different challenges to explore various career paths that we offer at SCCC/ATS. For more information please go to www.sccc.edu.

ALL SAINTS DAY (ENROLLMENT DAYS)

All Saints Days are an excellent way for incoming freshmen to begin their college career and become familiar with campus. Students taking part in All Saints Days will meet with an Admissions representative, learn how to log onto campus computers, navigate myCampus and meet with an advisor to enroll into classes. A COMPASS test will be offered on each of the All Saints Days. Remember, either a COMPASS test or ACT scores are required to enroll in class.

REGISTRATION

To register for an All Saints Day, please visit www.allsaintsdays.com or call the Admissions Office at 620-417-1100. *These events are subject to change. For more information on each event, please contact the Admissions Office at 620-417-1100 and watch your mail boxes.


Seward County Community College/Area Technical School 2011/12 Viewbook