News & Announcements

Southwestern Community College freshman Evann Farrens, of Lenox, is one of 23 Iowa college students who have been named to the Iowa Corn Collegiate Advisory Team (CAT) for 2016-17.

Read more: SWCC Ag Student Named to Iowa Corn Collegiate Advisory Team

Southwestern Community College (SWCC) students Rebekah Kroese, Selena Sampson, and Ana Elizabeth Vasquez have been named to the All-Iowa Community College Academic Team.  

Read more: Three SWCC Students Named to All-Iowa Academic Team

SWCC Shoppe Holiday Sale Ad

A huge holiday sale is underway at the SWCC Shoppe this week!  From December 12-16, all holiday merchandise will be 40 percent off.  In addition, clothing and souvenirs are buy one, get one 50 percent off.

Read more: Holiday Sale at the SWCC Shoppe

Mandy Houk speaking to group

The South Central Iowa Small Business Development Center (SBDC) hosted a workshop, Intentional Marketing, on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016, from 2-3:30 p.m. in the Instructional Center, room 165. 

Read more: SBDC Hosts Marketing Workshop on Campus

People food tasting at Food Around the World

Southwestern Community College's Multicultural Club hosted "Food Around the World," an international food fair, in the library on Friday, Dec. 2, 2016.  They had approximately 60 people in attendance. 

Read more: Multicultural Club Hosts International Food Fair

Spring play auditions are scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 8, from 3-6 p.m., and Friday, Dec. 9, from 1-3 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center theater.  All SWCC students are invited to try out!

 The spring play will be God’s Favorite by Neil Simon.  Eight roles will be cast for the play.  Rehearsals will begin when classes resume in January.  The play will be performed March 30-31 and April 1.

In God’s Favorite, successful businessman Joe Benjamin has admittedly had a wonderful life. He has a successful business selling boxes while living with his family in their beautiful Long Island mansion. Joe, being a devout religious man, attributes all of his success and happiness to the big “G” himself: God. But when an eccentric messenger from God visits, Joe's life is turned upside down! Joe, God’s favorite servant, is being put to the test; he must either renounce his faith in God or suffer severe consequences. The jokes and tests of faith fly fast and furious as Neil Simon spins a contemporary morality tale like no other in this hilarious comedy.

 Questions may be directed to Kelly Franklin, Drama Club sponsor and play director.  Students do not have to be Drama Club members to perform in the spring play.