SCC is excited to announce its new Capital Giving Campaign to support its facilities and equipment projects as the College nears completion of its Facilities Master Plan Phase I projects and launches its second phase of projects. Below is a list of Phase I projects, as well as examples of some of the many upcoming projects. Your contribution of any amount would be greatly appreciated and will be instrumental in helping SCC continue to modernize its facilities.
Below, are ways to participate in SCC’s Capital Giving Campaign:
Make an online gift toward construction and equipment projects. Please note that within the “Scholarship/Gift Designation” dialog box, you can choose “Capital Fund” to make a gift toward facility construction and equipment.
Mail a check, using this form (please print and send with check).
Sign up for monthly giving through payroll deduction.
If you would like to have a specific naming right within one of the SCC’s facilities, contact Richard Blessen in the Advancement Office to learn more about how a planned gift can make a lasting impact for the College.
Your generous gift will support SCC’s state-of-the-art facilities and make a positive difference in the personal and intellectual growth of our students, today and tomorrow. Thank you for your consideration to participate in SCC’s Capital Giving Campaign.
Falls City Learning CenterThe ribbon was cut in September 2019 on the 10,000 square-foot facility that includes teaching spaces for Health Sciences, Manufacturing and Welding.
Crete Carrier Diesel Technology & Welding Center (Milford)
The Diesel Technology-Truck and Diesel-Ag Equipment Service Technology moved into this new facility in January 2020. Courses in welding that students take as part of their SCC Program of Study also are taught in the building.
Prairie Hall (Milford)
This 152-bed residence hall represents the first new on-campus housing unit in decades.
Professional Truck Driver Training Concourse and Remodel (Milford)
The Professional Truck Driver Training program relocated from the Lincoln Campus to the Milford Campus in time for the 2020 Fall Semester.
Health Sciences Facility (Lincoln)
Students began using this state-of-the-art, 81,000 square-foot facility for the first time in January 2021. Simulation centers, general-purpose classrooms and specialized teaching spaces are all part of the facility.
Academic Excellence Center (Beatrice)
This 60,000 square-foot, three-story building provides learning spaces for all Beatrice Campus programs. A multi-purpose room also is available for Continuing Education classes, community events, Board of Governors meetings, etc.
Homestead Hall (Beatrice)
Homestead Hall, a 152-bed student housing unit, opened in fall 2019. It provides a number of housing options, as well as amenities such as a convenience store, study areas, laundry facilities, and a community kitchen.
Storm Center Dining (Beatrice)
A new 15,000 square-foot dining facility opened to Beatrice Campus students in fall 2019. The new facility supports more than 300 students living on campus. A private dining room can seat approximately 30 people.
Meadow Hall (Milford)
Nebraska Hall Renovation (Milford)
The goal of renovating Nebraska Hall is to restore the iconic historic building for a new campus purpose now that it has been taken out of service as a residence hall. The goal is to create a gathering place for students to collaborate together and where all major student support services are located under one roof. The building’s close proximity to the G. Alan Dunlap Center, where the cafeteria and campus store are located, as well as being between the Eicher Technical Center and the new residential housing make it the ideal spot on campus to create a hub for students to gather. Initial conceptual design ideas are being considered.
Student and Academic Support Renovation (Lincoln)
This project involves construction of a 25,672 square-foot, two-story addition and renovation of 80,038 square feet of internal spaces, with 5,055 square feet of mechanical mezzanine. It addresses vital fire and life safety needs through: fire suppression that includes sprinkling the current gymnasium, appropriate firewall separations; appropriate egress all in adherence to current fire and life safety code. While the College addresses these needs, it is using the opportunity to modernize, expand and organize the spaces to improve access for students to these vital academic support needs. Estimated completion date: April 2023.
Agricultural Career Center (Beatrice)
This new facility will support SCC’s ag and ag-related programs.
There are several other projects in the planning stages. Please contact Rick Blessen, Director of Advancement, if you would like additional information about SCC’s facilities projects.