Fort Scott Community College News
Browse past news stories for Fort Scott Community College in Fort Scott, KS.
- Fort Scott Community College names 2016 Outstanding Alumni - FortScott.Biz
posted on May 12, 2016 at 02:11:28 pm
Fort Scott Community College is pleased to announce that Gina Shelton has been selected as the 2016 Outstanding Young Alumna and Dr. Paul W. Grimes as the 2016 Ou ...
- Fort Scott Community College names Gina Shelton 2016 Outstanding Young Alumna - KOAM-TV
posted on May 10, 2016 at 06:05:36 pm
Fort Scott Community College is pleased to announce that Gina Shelton has been selected as the 2016 Outstanding Young Alumna by the FSCC Alumni and Friends Board of Directors. FSCC ...
- Fort Scott Community College Rodeo Team Presents “The Clash” - FortScott.Biz
posted on May 4, 2016 at 01:30:20 pm
“The Clash” is a fundraising event that gives FSCC rodeo students the opportunity to compete alongside professionally-ranked alumni. “We look forward to seeing the students ...
- Comets drop pair to Fort Scott Community College - Nevada Herald
posted on March 5, 2016 at 06:09:38 am
Game one featured a battle of former Nevada Lady Tiger softball teammates, as Comets freshman pitcher Madison Hedges faced FSCC freshman Cheyenne Brewer. For the time being, Brewer has bragging rights, ...
- THS football standout Trimble signs with Fort Scott Community College - The Mirror
posted on February 24, 2016 at 11:00:54 pm
A football, basketball and track and field athlete at THS, Trimble recently signed a letter of intent to play football at Fort Scott Community College. A ceremony ...
March 14, 2018
Although California’s real estate may be soft, the state’s community college constructions projects are booming. Learn about where the $1.6 billion is going and how community colleges are improving their facilities.
March 11, 2018
Community colleges face many hurdles, ranging from budget constraints to increased enrollment, but a new study pinpoints some of the largest issues - which may surprise you.
March 11, 2018
Be surprised by the results from the first ever national community college survey, which found that students value their internet connection more than their instructors!