News & Announcements

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All SWCC students and employees are invited to the first National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) club meeting of the 2017-18 year on Monday, Aug. 28, 2017, in the Allied Health & Science Center, in room 916.

Read more: NAMI Schedules First Meeting for August 28

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Microsoft is offering Office 365 software FREE to Southwestern Community College students!  Simply visit the Microsoft Office 365 Education Web page and type in your SWCC student e-mail address (for example This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) to confirm your eligibility (note: you must use your SWCC e-mail address; do not use a Hotmail, Yahoo, Gmail, or other address or it will not work).   After you’ve done this, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with directions on how to install the software.   

Read more: Students may Download Office 365 for FREE

The Spartan women's basketball team is looking for managers and practice players for the 2017-18 season. If you are interested, please contact, Morgan Knorr, Southwestern assistant women's basketball coach.

Students being served lunch at Spartan Cafe

The Spartan Cafe will open for Fall 2017 semester on Monday, Aug. 21! The Caf', as it is referred to, is located on the SWCC Creston campus in the Student Center and operated by Consolidated Management. 

Read more: Spartan Cafe to Open August 21

SWCC group at literacy conference

A group of Southwestern Community College (SWCC) staff members attended the annual Adult Education and Literacy Conference in Ankeny, from July 18-20, 2017, at the FFA Enrichment Center on DMACC's campus. The conference, titled "Building Your Future with Adult Education," showcased more than 40 breakout sessions with speakers from across the country.

Read more: Southwestern Employees Attend Literacy Conference

AmazonPrime 2017

Prime Day with is Tuesday, July 11, 2017! Head to to shop with Amazon and give to the Southwestern Community College Education Foundation. For each dollar spent, Amazon will donate a percentage of the purchase price to the college's Education Foundation.