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Glass Center returns to campus
Salem Community College celebrates opening of Glass Education Center

Salem Community College (SCC) celebrated its esteemed past and exciting future in the glass world with the dedication of the Samuel and Jean Jones Glass Education Center.

A Celebration of Life for Professor Reggie Smith
A Celebration of Life for Professor Reggie Smith

A Celebration of Life for Professor Reggie Smith will be held on Monday, November 18. The family will receive visitors from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., with the service following at 11 a.m.

Salem County in the Revolution
Anthony Melita

“Salem County in the Revolution” featured on Oct. 30

Historian Anthony Melita will present “Salem County in the Revolution” on Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. at Salem Community College. This free program will kick off the President’s Lecture Series in DON 106, Donaghay Hall, 460 Hollywood Ave., Carneys Point.

Salem Community College to host Beads of Courage fund-raising event on Oct. 27
Beads of Courage

The Salem Community College Glass Club will host a Beads of Courage bead-making and fund-raising event on Sunday, Oct. 27, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The free event will be held at the recently opened Samuel and Jean Jones Glass Education Center, 460 Hollywood Ave., Carneys Point. The center is located behind Lot A.

High School Students Gear Up for the 19th Annual Duel on the Delaware FIRST Robotics Competition
Duel on the Delaware

 

Glass Center Open House scheduled for Oct. 20
SCC Glass Pumpkins

 

SCC Mighty Oaks Athletics invites alumni to brunch on Nov. 9
SCC Mighty Oaks Athletics invites alumni to brunch on Nov. 9

 

Vietnam Memorial Wall comes to Salem County
Vietnam Memorial Wall comes to Salem County

Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall visits Salem County starting Sept. 25

TRAFFIC ADVISORY - Effective Sept 6, 2019
TRAFFIC ADVISORY - Effective Sept 6, 2019

TRAFFIC ADVISORY

Meet New Alumni Trustee Jodi Welch
Meet New Alumni Trustee Jodi Welch

Joanne (Jodi) Welch turned to SCC after life-changing events in 2014. “I decided to pick up my dream of becoming a nurse and found myself in front of an advisor who then helped me apply for FAFSA,” she recalled. “Before I knew it, I was enrolled and started on my prerequisites.”

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