News Articles and Features Listing

August 2022

Spartanburg Community College Announces John Jaraczewski as New Executive Director of Advancement

Spartanburg Community College announced the hiring of John Jaraczewski to serve as the College's new Executive Director of Advancement.

July 2022

Strategies and Challenges for Higher Education Attainment

Spartanburg Academic Movement has recently launched its Postsecondary Education Attainment Taskforce to identify challenges, and remedies, to college attainment.

Spartanburg Community College Hosts "ALICE" Active Shooter Training

Spartanburg Community College is holding Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate (ALICE) Instructor Certification Training July 18-19. ALICE is a program that trains people on how to respond to violent critical incidents.

Can SC Tech Schools Recover from Enrollment Decline

Enrollment in South Carolina's two-year colleges plunged by nearly 20 percent from 2014 to 2019, more than almost any other state in the South.

May 2022

SCC Concurrent Enrollment Program is First in SC to Receive NACEP Accreditation

SCC is the first school in the state of South Carolina to have its concurrent enrollment program accredited by NACEP.

SCC Announces Three New Commission Members

Katherine O'Neill, Charlie King, and Carter Smith are announced as official members of the Spartanburg County Commission for Technical and Community Education.

First Graduation on the Green - SC Lt. Governor Delivers Address

On Thursday, May 5th, Spartanburg Community College held the first ever graduation ceremony on the Campus Green of SCC Giles Campus in Spartanburg.

April 2022

SCC Recognizes Chaser Champions

SCC recognized five members of its faculty and staff for their exemplary work and dedication to the mission of the College as the first recipients of the Chaser Champions award.

SCC Launches New Pre-Police Program to Help Shortage

SCC is offering a new, program to get students into law enforcement jobs quicker: Pre-Police Academy Training, or PPAT. And yes, tuition is still free for 22-23 Academic Year.

SCC Economic Impact in Cherokee County

Spartanburg Community College has made a $43.4 million economic impact and created 811 jobs in Cherokee County over the past five years.