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October 13, 2021

SPEDA sells former Blackboard buildings plus 35 acres to Somerset Community College

SPEDA Board of Directors approve the purchase of two buildings and 35 acres of land to Somerset Community College.Somerset Community College's (SCC) footprint in the industrial community expanded today, positioning its workforce development programs for growth and providing much-needed support to local employers.
October 11, 2021

SCC Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Lindsey Wilson College to Create Transfer Pathways

College officials signed an agreement with the University Center of Southern Kentucky that will allow students to attend SCC for two years and then transfer to Lindsey Wilson College for their Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in Business through the University Center located at SCC’s Somerset campus.Somerset Community College (SCC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding through the University Center of Southern Kentucky (UCSK) with Lindsey Wilson College (LWC), to create a transfer pathway for graduates transferring to LWC to complete their bachelor's degrees in Business Administration.
October 4, 2021

8 PCDC inmates become first graduating class of community reentry program

8 PCDC inmates become first graduating class of community reentry program"Sometimes an individual's success is a group effort," said Jailer Anthony McCollum. He was speaking in front of a crowd of several during a graduation ceremony being held Thursday at Somerset Community College, but he was directing most of his comments toward the eight special graduates - the first graduates of a community-wide effort to give job skills to inmates of the Pulaski County Detention Center.
September 16, 2021

SCC Named a "2021 Great College to Work For"

SCC North campus Globe Somerset Community College (SCC) is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a new survey by the Great Colleges to Work For® program.
September 9, 2021

Pandemic-born innovation spurs first patent filed through Kentucky's community college system

Back in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, Eric Wooldridge and his team at Somerset Community College (SCC) were mass producing thousands of face shields with the use of 3D printers.