Spartanburg Community College inducted five individuals to the SCC Wall of Fame for their distinguished service and contributions to the College.
Spartanburg Community College provides integral role in workforce development at BMW.
Core Care Medical LLC, who go their start at SCC's Center for Business & Entrepreneurial Development, is proof positive that Spartanburg's entrepreneurial soil is fertile.
Students at SCC Corporate and Community Education class learn to create the comics they love.
Fifteen rising 8th and 9th graders are spending part of their summer break learning about engineering, manufacturing and computer technology with fun, hands-on activities at SCC.
Wallace Thomson Hospital, Haemonetics, and Dollar General represent their industrial sectors at SCC Open House in Union.
SCC Downtown Campus' Evans Academic Center recognized at the 2014 S.C. Historic Preservation Awards.
Oscar Fuller was inducted May 30 into the SCC Wall of Fame for his leadership role in expanding education opportunities for Cherokee County residents.
S.C. State lawmakers provided $500,000 in this year’s state budget for Spartanburg Community College (SCC) to use in a planned multimillion dollar training facility.
SCC's new Star program, similar to the "Green Zone" program, will provide military and veteran students safe zones around campus to receive special assistance.
SCC graduate Dustin Reid is a 29-year-old former Marine who worked in a scrapyard for two years, and then a poultry plant. Now at BMW, he’s been part of the Scholars Program, an apprenticeship program that was the subject of a Making Sense segment on PBS. SCC student Amanda Echols is also interviewed.
A group of prospective global business leaders toured Spartanburg Community College’s Center for Business and Entrepreneurial Development (The Center) in Duncan.
Spring has sprung, and everyone is looking for an excuse to get outside. Jason Bagwell, SCC's Horticulture Program Director offers great gardening tips.
The first day of summer semester starts on Monday, but there's still time to register for flex term that begins June 2!
Union County High School students will have the opportunity to receive dual credit in welding from SCC while still in high school.
Union County Advanced Technology Center is holding information sessions for free manufacturing training.
Free manufacturing training for qualified individuals seeking employment in advanced manufacturing.
Brandon Shreve surprised his mother at her GED graduation ceremony. He is a specialist in the Army, serving in Afghanistan and now stationed in Germany. His mother, Dona Shreve was the unsuspecting graduate at the ceremony held at SCC Downtown Campus in Spartanburg, S.C.
George Sims, 69, is graduating from Spartanburg Community College so he can help those less fortunate in his community.
Eric Lawson, a student at Spartanburg Community College, is one of thousands of students who is turning an opportunity into a career.
Now he’s working at Cooper Standard and graduating Spartanburg Community College in a week. He’s hoping to continue working for a company he loves.
SCC Downtown Campus officially unveiled their new Balmer Fountain, a water feature in memory of Hans Balmer donated by Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerli.
Events for community, students and college employees on slate, including a community wide event "SCC 50th Birthday Celebration" May 20. Find out more at www.sccsc.edu/birthday
Early College Program Receives Grant from AT&T
The 27,200-square-foot Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Industrial Technology (CAMIT) will house lab space and classrooms for several disciplines not offered at the Cherokee County campus before.
Renovations to the downtown Evans building, shown in December, are drawing to a close. The building will be part of Spartanburg Community College's new downtown campus.
UCATC site coordinator, Kathy Jo Lancaster, reports growth in welding, health and human services and dual credit programs during the 2012-2013 school year.
The college and car maker are teaming for an effort to draw more women into manufacturing through the BMW Technical Scholars Program.