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SCC Students Honored at PTK Ceremony

front row: Todd Cerny, Addison Schramm, Jessica Power, Kyle Monti. Back row: Michael Shy, David Strang, Dr. Paul Illich, Rachel Holder.

Seven Southeast Community College students were honored for their academics, leadership and service.

The Phi Theta Kappa All-Nebraska Academic Team honors took place April 23, 2019, at Embassy Suites in downtown Lincoln. All six of Nebraska’s community colleges participate in PTK activities. 

SCC students honored were Addison Schramm, Omaha; Todd Cerny, Bennington; David Strang, Lincoln; Jessica Power, North Platte; Rachel Holder, Ashland; Kyle Monti, Lincoln; and Michael Shy, Coffeyville, Kansas.

“We have the opportunity to celebrate student success,” said Southeast Community College President, Dr. Paul Illich. “Phi Theta Kappa recognizes and celebrates academic integrity.”

Addison Schramm is a second-year student at SCC’s Beatrice Campus. The Omaha native came to SCC for volleyball and is planning to obtain her associate degree in nursing, then transfer to another college to become a registered nurse. She said the PTK scholarship will help her achieve her goals.

“I was super excited, all my hard work that I have been stressing about has really paid off,” she said. “SCC really helped me not only be a better student, but be a more well-rounded person.”

In order to qualify, students must have a 3.5 cumulative grade-point average and be a member of PTK. 


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