At the request of the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), all College Policy and Procedure is under revision. During our last assurance review we received a directive from the HLC for a comprehensive process including ongoing review and revision of all College Policy and Procedure. We are in the process of this journey and it will consistently be updated. An asterisk(*) denotes policies or procedures currently under revision. If you have a suggestion for revision of a current policy or procedure or the creation of a new policy or procedure, please use the links to the left to submit your request. All requests will be considered by a policy/procedure review committee and subsequently the Administrative Team to determine if they are in the interest of Southeast Community College at large, as well as our employees, students and the communities we serve.
9.16.20 – Procedures E-3d(1-5) moved & renamed from Personnel Section E to Fiscal Management Section D
9.14.20 – A-18a Revised Procedure on Information Technology | Admin Team
7.27.20 – E-3i(25)-18b Revised Procedure on Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) | Admin Team
5.19.20 - Entire Section B: Revised Administration/Management Policy Section | Board of Governors
5.18.20 - Entire Section B: Revised Administration/Management Procedure Section | Admin Team
1.27.20 - A-18b New Procedure on Cyber Security | Admin Team
1.21.20 - Entire Section A: Revised Board of Governors Policy Section | Board of Governors
2.19.19 - A-22 New Policy Naming of College Facilities | Board of Governors
2.19.19 - A-22a New Procedure Naming of College Facilities | Admin Team
12.18.18 - A-18 New Policy Information Technology | Board of Governors
12.18.18 - A-18a New Procedure Information Technology | Admin Team
The mission of Southeast Community College is to empower and transform the diverse learners and communities of southeast Nebraska through accessible lifelong educational opportunities. The College provides dynamic and responsive pathways to career and technical, academic transfer, and continuing education programs that contribute to personal, community, and workforce development.
Southeast Community College seeks to transform and empower its diverse learners for fulfilling careers, life-long learning, and community and societal advancement. The College is committed to ongoing intellectual, financial, and strategic investment in its infrastructure and all phases of its operations.
The College is dedicated to creating destinations and the highest quality learning climates through permanent, innovative, modern, virtually linked, sustainable, and collaborative facilities and green spaces. SCC will ensure its open-access mission is celebrated and realized through inclusivity, respect, and compassion toward the diverse views and ideas of its various student populations and constituents. The College will work collaboratively and courageously with its higher education partners, employers, and local and state officials to address Nebraska’s skilled worker shortage and the need for everyone to have affordable access to the life-changing benefits of higher education. SCC will utilize valid and dynamic data to respond to local and statewide needs to strengthen the College’s diverse communities and economies.
SCC strives to be a national leader in developing high-contact technical and academic experiences through personal and sincere relationships with engaged and invested faculty, staff, and administrators. These personal connections will be coupled with intensive learning opportunities through co-curricular involvement, research, volunteerism, and public service. SCC’s commitment to student transformation intentionally encompasses the development of essential life skills, including reflective thinking, resiliency, and emotional intelligence proficiency.
Excellence - Commitment to the highest level of performance in all facets of the College’s programs, services, and operations through effective investment and support of all assets.
Integrity - Continuous pursuit of fulfillment of mission and goals through transparency and ethical practices in all College operations.
Innovation - Commitment to inquiry and the respectful challenging of assumptions to promote creativity, alternative points of view, and opportunities for ongoing discovery.
Inclusion - Promotion of opportunities and advancement for a diverse and dynamic student, faculty/staff, and community population through the creation of a positive, compassionate, and reflective culture.
Stewardship and Accountability - Commitment to investment in appropriate resources in fulfillment of the College’s mission and goals and reliance on responsible management of human, physical, and financial resources.