Shawnee Community College associate degree nursing students and emergency medical technician students worked together in a mock disaster drill on Thursday.
Shawnee Community College Head Basketball Coach John Sparks has reached a coaching milestone. On Wednesday, November 8, the Shawnee Saints beat West Kentucky Community and Technical College 108 to 51. The victory marks Sparks’ 300th win as head coach at Shawnee.
Shawnee Community College is proud to announce the hiring of a new Vice President of Student Affairs.
Shawnee Community College leaders recently participated in the ACCT Leadership Congress in Las Vegas, Nevada.
High school students around the region are once again invited to participate in the annual Shawnee Community College High School Writing Contest.
Shawnee Community College has updated its mascot, Bernie the Saint Bernard.
Shawnee Community College Updates COVID-19 Guidelines ULLIN, IL (September 14, 2023)- With the recent increase in COVID-19 cases around the region and the approaching cold and flu season, Shawnee Community College is updating guidelines for a healthy and safe campus. Here are some reminders and tips for students, faculty, and staff: Wear a Mask with Cold and Flu Symptoms: If you have even the slightest cold or flu symptoms (such as coughing, sneezing, sore throat, or a runny nose), it...
Shawnee Community College has started the 2024-2025 fiscal year by presenting a surplus budget to the Board of Trustees. The operating fund is at $13,880,253 and expenses are expected to be $13,837,674, with a surplus of $42,579.
ULLIN, IL (July 25, 2023) - Shawnee Community College will hold a fall musical for the first time in four years. This year’s production will be Seussical. The show, which pays tribute to children’s author Dr. Seuss, will be directed by SCC alum Clarissa Fox. Performances are Thursday, November 2, Friday, November 3, and Saturday, November 4, 2023, at the Main campus in Ullin, Illinois. Seussical will be the first musical at Shawnee since 2019. Shows came to a...
The Shawnee Community College softball team and more than a dozen student-athletes are being recognized by the National Junior College Athletic Association for their performance in the classroom.
Starting July 1, 2023, the four extension centers at Shawnee Community College will have new names. Currently, the centers are named after the city they are located. The new name will include the county instead.
Shawnee Community College President Dr. Tim Taylor has been recognized by the Illinois Community College Trustees Association for his leadership.
As students celebrate the end of the academic year around the state, a group of students and alumni in Cairo, Illinois, has something extra to celebrate this year.
Shawnee Community College would like to commend our Spring 2023 semester honors students for their hard work and dedication.
Ten Students Complete Shawnee Community College/John A. Logan College Highway Construction Careers Training Program
Ten students have completed the Highway Construction Careers Training Program at Shawnee Community College. This is the second class to go through the program, a collaborative effort between John A. Logan College and the Illinois Department of Transportation.
Shawnee Community College will once again be hosting nearly 30 camps and activities this summer, covering a variety of age groups and interests.
23 High School Students Will Graduate from Shawnee Community College Before Graduating from High School
Approximately 200 students will graduate from Shawnee Community College on Friday, May 12, 2023. Among that number, 23 high school students will receive accolades from the College BEFORE they walk across the stage and receive a diploma from their high school.
As the 2022-23 academic year winds down, Shawnee Community College is pleased to announce that this year’s Faculty of the Year recipient is Cosmetology Instructor Wendy Harris.
There is new playground equipment at the ballpark in Vienna, Illinois, to honor the memory of a Goreville teenager who lost his life in a car accident in 2020. Brayden King, 17, played baseball and basketball at Goreville High School.