Archive for March, 2013

You use Excel. You track data. But can you really use Excel? Turn that data into something that will work hard for you. TurnThisExcelIntoThisExcel

The Excel In Action class will build on skills gained in Excel Intermediate. You will learn to turn raw data into actionable, value-added analysis, using highly effective data visualization and aggregation techniques in Excel.

Tuition is only $159 for 6 hours of instruction. Classes are on Tuesday and Thursday, April 8 and 11 from 6pm to 9 pm.

Register online to reserve your seat today! Visit our website for a complete listing of classes.

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SCC is hosting a Free PC Clinic at the Cherokee County Campus on Saturday, March 23 from 10 am to 1 pm. Click here for details.

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Spartanburg Community College (SCC) will host a free open house event on Tuesday, March 26 from 4:00-7:00 pm in the Dan Lee Terhune Student Services Building located on the SCC central campus in Spartanburg. The event is open to students, parents and career seekers interested in SCC’s academic and continuing education programs.

Anyone interested in attending college, starting a new career or gaining professional development skills is invited to SCC’s open house to learn about the College’s academic program offerings, tour the campus and speak to faculty members about specific programs and career opportunities. Current SCC students will also be available to share their experiences and answer questions.

Guests can also attend information sessions that focus on the admissions and financial aid processes, as well as support services that help students make the most of their educational experience, such as career planning, counseling, student disability services, student activities, advising and tutoring. Attendees will also be eligible for door prizes, including SCC t-shirts and a $500 scholarship from the SCC Foundation.

Representatives from BMW and Michelin will also be available to provide information and answer questions about the Technical Scholars Program – a unique opportunity that allows students to work part-time while attending classes full-time at SCC. Students gain hands-on experience and become viable candidates for full-time positions at BMW and Michelin.

For more information about the open house event and to register online, visit www.sccsc.edu/open or call (864) 592-4216. The Dan Lee Terhune Student Services Building is located at the main entrance of the central campus off of Business I-85 and New Cut Road.

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The Mobile Mammography Unit will be at SCC this monthMake your appointment today!

The Bearden-Josey Center for Breast Health Mobile Mammography Unit offers life-saving screening mammography to women. The Unit is equipped with state-of-the-art digital mammography equipment, two changing rooms, and a reception area.

The Mobile Mammography Unit will be at Central Campus, Cherokee Campus, and Tyger River Campus, and is open to faculty, staff, students, and the general public.  An appointment is required – no walk-on’s allowed.  Scheduling is open, so call 864-560-7999 today to make your appointment.   

The on-site screenings are NOT free; however, there may be no cost or the cost may vary depending on insurance coverage and available discounts.  Financial assistance may be available to students (and others) who qualify.  To inquire about payment assistance, call the Mammography Assistance Program at 864-560-6144.

Please see the flyers for eligibility requirements, dates at each location, and patient instructions.

You may visit the Susan G. Komen website to learn more about risk factors and prevention, self-awareness, and much more.

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Take a look at the new Summer 2013 Schedule.Summer2013Cover

Find an interesting class and register online today!

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Come one and all – Everyone Welcome!

Spartanburg Community College presents Open Mic night on March 6, at the College Library, room 202, from 6 to 7 pm.

  • Poets,
  • Prose Writers
  • Creative Nonfiction Writers
  • Share your original works!


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Card games have been around for centuries.

There is nothing like the camaraderie generated by a group of friends playing cards. It is good for the soul, but are you aware it also sharpens the mind? Challenging card games improve concentration, memory and analytical skills. What better way to spend a relaxing evening than enjoying both the social and mental enrichment that playing cards provides?

Learn to play Bridge! SCC is offering a Beginning Bridge class starting on March 13. The classis held on Wednesday’s from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Learn more or register online.

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