On Wednesday, March 16, 2022, Dr. Loren E. Klaus, 93, loving husband and father of three children, peacefully passed away at the home of his daughter, Marla Klaus Daniels, in Spring, Texas. Dr. Klaus was living at the time of his passing in The Woodlands, Texas, having recently moved with his wife, Norma, from Glen Carbon, Illinois.
The SCC Anna Extension Center will be hosting a free vaccination/booster clinic in partnership with IEMA/IDPH on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 from 8:00 am – 2:00pm…
ULLIN, IL. – Shawnee Community College has announced its upcoming Haunted Trail event on Saturday, October 30th from 5:00 – 10:00 pm. The event will take place on SCC’s Main Campus in Ullin, IL. Activities will include games, Trunk-or-Treat beginning at 5:00 pm, and a hayride beginning at 5:00 pm. The cost to attend is $5.00 for kids ages 6 and over and $30.00 for groups of 6 or more. The trail includes an escorted walk throughout the wooded area on campus, where creepy, lingering creatures will be hiding in the darkness. The Haunted Trail will be dialed down for younger thrill-seekers as necessary. All proceeds for this event will help support the Shawnee College Phi Theta Kappa & SCC Music Club. For more information, contact Lee VanAlstine at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 618.634.3200.
Ullin, IL. – The Shawnee Community College Criminal Justice Department speaker series continues with the upcoming speaker, Special Agent Eric Ruhe from the Federal Bureau of Investigations, Marion field office. Agent Ruhe will be on campus in the Ed Center on Wednesday, October 13th, at 10:30 am. and will share information and stories about federal law enforcement with SCC Criminal Justice students and the general public in this informative session. SCC Criminal Justice Program Instructor Eric Howard said, “We are excited to welcome Agent Ruhe back to campus to speak with our students. The work he does as a Federal law enforcement officer offers a unique perspective for our students. Agent Ruhe is a great resource for our program, and anyone who hears his presentation will benefit from his many years of law enforcement experience.” Officer Howard says the live event is open to students, faculty, and staff at SCC […]
The President of Shawnee Community College, Dr. Timothy Taylor, announced today the College would be hosting a series of forums beginning today, September 1st at 2:00 p.m. The forums are aimed at discussing changes to the College’s Covid-19 protocols. The recent Executive Order by Governor J.B. Pritzker requires all Illinois higher education institutions to implement mandatory vaccination and testing by September 5th.
At its regular meeting on Tuesday, July 6, Dr. Taylor presented the new data driven plan and the Shawnee Community College Board of Trustees approved the plan that is set to guide the institution through 2025. The new plan will assist the college with fulfilling the mission of SCC to provide quality higher education, community education, training, and services that are accessible, affordable, and promote life-long learning.
Shawnee Community College announced today they will be hosting two job fairs in the coming weeks to help provide residents with an opportunity to connect with local cannabis grower. aerīz is a national medical/recreational cannabis brand that provides customers with aeroponically cultivated cannabis.
Shawnee Community College is currently enrolling for the fall semester. With so many new traditional and non-traditional students registering this fall, the college is extending hours in order to accommodate the influx of students.
Shawnee Community College is once again offering an opportunity to help students get ahead and stay ahead with intersession courses this summer! Previously Shawnee College offered intersession classes during the winter break, and students welcomed the chance to get their class schedules back on track after the Covid-19 pandemic.
It’s summer, which means increased road work in many areas of the country, and the heartland is no exception. Each year as road construction increases, unfortunately, so do traffic accidents. Recently The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released estimates of crash fatalities in 2020 involving motor vehicle occupants, motorcyclists, and people walking and biking.