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Anyone interested in taking classes at the Spartanburg Community College (SCC) Downtown Campus can register now for fall term beginning August 19. Located in the historic Evans Building, renamed the Evans Academic Center, at 220 East Kennedy Street, this campus is conveniently located for downtown residents and workers to begin or continue a college education.

“From short-term job training to University Transfer programs, students can begin almost any program SCC offers at the Downtown Campus,” said Judy Sieg, executive director of the new campus. “Enrolled students will enjoy taking classes in a learning environment where beautifully restored, 1920’s architecture meets modern, state-of-the-art technology.”

In addition to certificate and associate degree programs in healthcare services, modern manufacturing, business and computers, the Downtown Campus also offers the same student support services and resources provided at all SCC campuses, including financial aid assistance, academic advising, tutoring, career counseling and disability services, as well as computer labs, study rooms and convenient parking.

Individuals interested in enrolling who may need financial aid are encouraged to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. This can be done prior to applying to SCC. The priority deadline to be considered for all financial aid funds available for fall 2013 is May 1; however, applications will be accepted after this date for remaining funds. The deadline to apply for scholarships is July 1, 2013. Visit www.sccsc.edu/financialaid for more details.

As the Downtown Campus is currently undergoing renovations, new students should apply online at www.sccsc.edu or visit any of the following SCC locations for assistance:

  • Central Campus, Spartanburg – (864) 592-4800 or toll free (866) 591-3700
  • Cherokee County Campus, Gaffney – (864) 206-2700 of toll free (800) 922-3679
  • Tyger River Campus, Duncan – (864) 592-6200
  • Union County Advanced Technology Center, Union – (864) 466-1060

For more information about the SCC Downtown Campus, visit www.sccsc.edu/downtown.

 

Fall registration for SCC classes at all campuses is going on now. A complete listing of fall class offerings can be found at www.sccsc.edu/academics/search.aspx. To view the courses available at the Downtown Campus, limit your search by location EC-Evans Center.

 

To view or download photos of the Evans Academic Building, go to http://www.flickr.com/photos/sccsc/sets/72157633255386058/

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SCC continuing education has an AutoCAD 2012 class strating on May 6. AutoCAD

Persons with training in drafting with AutoCAD are always in demand working for:

• Drafting firms
• Architectural firms
• Manufacturers
• Engineering firms
• Research and development companies

The job market for persons skilled in drafting with AutoCAD® allows them to earn very attractive salaries. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for drafters is expected to increase 4% from 2010-2020.

Visit our web page to view the schedule and register online.

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This fun and practical class is designed specifically for women to remove the mystery of car maintenance and to gain confidence when going to a repair shop. Each class will include instruction followed by labs for hands-on application with your own vehicle. Topics covered include tires, battery, belts, hoses, under the hood orientation, coping with common car emergencies and more.

Class Information:

  • April 15 – May 6
  • Mondays 6:30pm – 8:30 pm
  • Tyger River Campus, BMW Center, Room 219.
  • Tuition $79

Register Now online to reserve your seat!

 

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Spartanburg Community College (SCC) is calling for entries in the SCC Downtown Campus Art Competition, which is open to the general public, students, faculty and staff. The College is seeking an iconic image of the new Evans Academic Center, formerly known as the Evans Building, to commemorate the grand opening of the Downtown Campus and the College’s 50th anniversary this fall.

The historic Evans Building was originally constructed in 1921 and expanded in 1925 with grand architectural features from this period that included adorned bay windows, decorative brickwork, stone detailing, ornate balustrades, arched entryways and majestic granite steps. Since August, SCC has been renovating the building to restore it to its original grandeur and to comply with present building codes. The official new street address for the Evans Academic Center is 220 East Kennedy Street.

 Any two- or three-dimensional artist renderings will be accepted and blind-judged by a panel of SCC faculty, staff and students. The winning entry will receive a $500 cash prize, and the artwork will be used for SCC’s promotional materials. The second place winner will receive a $100 prize, and one honorable mention will receive a $50 prize. All participating artists may also offer their submissions for display and sale at SCC’s Downtown Campus grand opening festivities to be announced.

Entries must be submitted by Monday, April 29, 2013 to the SCC Foundation Office in the Dan L. Terhune Student Services Building on the SCC central campus in Spartanburg, located off Business I-85 and New Cut Road.

For more competition details and to complete an entry form, visit www.sccsc.edu/downtown, or contact Judy Sieg, SCC Downtown Campus executive director, at (864) 592-4051 or siegj@sccsc.edu.

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