Seward County Community College

Liberal, Kansas

Seward County Community College Academic Statistics

Academic Calendar

Semester

The graduation rate for Seward County Community College is NaN%. This is significantly higher than the national average of 49%. This graduation rate suggests that you are highly likely to graduate if you invest the right time and energy into your studies.

What is Seward County Community College known for academically?

Understanding the academics of a school can help make your decision of where to enroll easier. The stronger a school's academics, the more likely you are to graduate on time and have an enjoyable and educational experience.

Seward County Community College operates on a semester-based academic calendar.

Seward County Community College offers a range of non-traditional learning opportunities. As a student at the school, you can study toward a teacher certification. This certification will prepare you to meet the state license criteria that are required to obtain a teaching license.

As a student at Seward County Community College, you can study online. This is beneficial for students who cannot always be present on campus. For instance, if you live far away from the campus, studying online may be a better option. Studying online is optimal if you need more control over your schedule because you will not have to be in a particular classroom at set times.

Seward County Community College Professors and Faculty

Academics
Student Faculty Ratio:1
Female Professors
Male Professors
Average Professor Salary$
Faculty Diversity
White
African American
Asian American
Hispanic
International (Non-Citizen)
Multiracial
Native American or Alaska Native

Seward County Community College has a strong student-to-faculty ratio. For every 15 students enrolled at the school, there is one faculty member.

What's more, there is a good split between the genders of professors: 175 of professors are female and 116 of professors are male. This means that you're likely to benefit from working with professors of all genders during your school career.

At Seward County Community College, 221 of faculty members are white and 70 are non-white. To break this down further, 3 of faculty members are African-American, 3 are Asian-American, and 36 are Hispanic.

What about the salaries of professors? The average professor salary at Seward County Community College is $45,400 per year.

Seward County Community College Student Services

Service Name
Offered
Academic and career counseling
No
Employment services for students
No
Placement services for completes
No
On-campus day care for student's children
Yes

What's more, Seward County Community College offers placement services. These services will help you find potential companies for which to work and may speed up your transition from college into the workforce.

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