News Articles and Features Listing

November 2019

SCC Call Me MiSTER Students Receive Donation of Laptops

SCC Call Me MiSTER Students Receive Laptop Donation from Brothers Restoring Urban Hope Community Group

SCC Facility Providing a Spark To Economic Development

SCC has ignited a massive spark in terms of economic development through a game-changing facility called the Spark Center SC.

Economic Visionaries 2020 Guest Speaker

Spartanburg Community College is pleased to announce that David N. Edwards, Jr., A.A.E., president and CEO of the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District, will be the keynote speaker at the college's 2020 Economic Visionaries celebration planned for Thursday, March 12 at the Spartanburg Marriott.

SCC President Henry C. Giles, Jr., receives Order of the Palmetto

Giles' many contributions were recognized in August at a celebration at the college's Downtown Campus where he was awarded the SC Order of the Palmetto on behalf of Governor Henry McMaster

October 2019

Spartanburg Community College Receives $15,000 Grant for Machine Tool Technology Scholarships from the Gene Haas Foundation

New opportunities are available for Spartanburg Community College students considering careers in machine tool technology, thanks to a grant from the Gene Haas Foundation.

SCC Receives $2.1 Million WORC Grant

SCC, SC Works, and the United Way of the Piedmont are embarking on an innovative collaboration (GROWsc) to address the Upstate's technical labor shortage thanks to a $2.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor Workforce Opportunities in Rural Communities (WORC) program.

Upstate companies get state chamber recognition

Spartanburg Community College will receive an Excellence in Workplace Diversity award.

SCC Features works by Artist Deborah Feiste

SCC Library to host Exhibit featuring works by Artist Deborah Feiste

Feature Speaker for Economic Visionaries 2020 Announced

Feature Speaker for Economic Visionaries 2020 Announced

Professional Speaker Series Featuring Ricaye Harris

SCC presents the FirstCitizens Professional Speaker Series, the second in this academic year. Ricaye Harris from Milliken is featured.


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