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The resources SCC receives enhance the SCC experience for students and teachers alike. With the help of our community and supporters, we are committed to providing an extraordinary learning environment.
Academic and program enhancements are made possible by proceeds raised at events and by individuals and corporations who are passionate about education.
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The special effect lighting, as requested by the Young People's Theatre, would have the ability to replicate fire or water for scenes in productions. The machines use a combination of fog, color, and lighting to create these special effects and would first be used in the spring production of "Disney's The Little Mermaid" in March 2017.
A student-curated project, students will design and create the aesthetics of the vending machine. It will promote creative writing and art on campus and be a unique addition to SCC's campus.
The project focuses on improving classroom space in HUM 111 to complement the newest curriculum approach in English to teaching composition and essentially creating a mobile lab.
The purchase of this DVD would increase awareness and prepare students for the chance of violence in the healthcare workplace. This video meets OSHA standards.
Mobile hotspots would be available for students to check out from the library on a semester long basis. They would be checked out to students that have no internet access at home, either because of cost of limited access in their community. With an increasing amount of classwork being handled online, by providing mobile hotspots, students would be able to complete their school work on their own timetable.
The purchase of new laptops will provide opportunities for students to check out laptops for group projects. The new laptops will be easily projected onto new TV's in our study rooms to provide an ideal setting for group work within the library. Students may also check out laptops to work and take online tests in a quiet atmosphere.
Privately Funded Grants 2017
Additional anatomical models will give more students the ability to study outside of classroom lab time. These are used to help students in learning topics such as nursing or biology.
For use in General Biology I & II lab courses, the thermal cycler will allow students to copy gene segments (DNA) for analysis of genetic inheritance and population genetics.
For student use in Biology lab courses, the Vernier LabQuest 2 will be used to collect data using a variety of sensors and probes. With built-in graphing and analysis application, students will easily be able to collect, analyze and share data from experiments.
These kits are geared for young students ages 6-10 and allows these young learners the opportunity to use hands-on technology and motivate them to learn science, technology, engineering, and math concepts. Stand-alone classes are offered through Continuing Education throughout the year, and summer camps are offered as part of the College for All Kids program.
The Basic 4 Point Sling will update the current transfer sling used in the classroom and provide state of the art equipment for our certified nursing assistant students.
Basic Life Support/CPR training is a requirement for nursing students and faculty every two years. The purchase of these DVDs will ensure that our faculty and students receive the most up-to-date training for their certifications.
SCC is once again hosting the US District Court Naturalization ceremony. Funding for this project will secure the venue for the ceremony, as well as refreshments for a small reception for the newly named American citizens, their families, and the citizens of St. Charles county who will attend.
The purchase of this specialty saw will allow rock and mineral samples to be cut by the professor and allow students to see fresh, unweathered surfaces. By viewing unweathered samples, students will gain a better understanding of rocks and minerals.
SCC has been a hosting site for the Great Plains Math League (GPML) since 1998. By funding this tournament, the department will be able to keep the costs per high school student to participate as low as possible.