Southeastern Community College appears to be getting a good deal as it borrows money for some upcoming improvements.
The Board of Trustees for Southeastern Community College has adopted new district boundaries.
The faculty at Southeastern Community College is seeking a pay increase and several language changes in its next contract.
The initial offer from the SCC Higher Education Association for the 2013/2014 school year calls for a 6.85% increase in salaries and benefits.
The increase would be calculated after state money set aside for improving teacher salaries is added to current salaries and benefits.
The HEA also wants education levels to be considered during lay-off recalls and the option to carry over unused leave time or be reimbursed for it.
Students at Southeastern Community College (SCC) are pledging to finish what they started.
SCC’s outgoing president says what she will remember most about her time in southeast Iowa will be the “little things.”
Dr. Beverly Simone has been involved in community college education for more than 40 years, the last seven of which as SCC’s president.
She says the time has come to step away and spend more time with her friends and family.