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College Receives Grant to Address On-Campus Tobacco Use

Tuscaloosa, Alabama – Shelton State recently announced its plan to join a national movement to address smoking and tobacco use at community college campuses throughout the United States. SSCC will ask students, faculty, and school administration to support adoption of a 100 percent smoke-free or tobacco-free policy.

Groundbreaking Ceremony Planned for Training Facility in Demopolis

Tuscaloosa, Alabama – Shelton State will break ground on a new truck driver training facility in Demopolis, Alabama at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 17 at South Industrial Park. The new facility, which will expand and enhance Shelton State’s current truck driver training program, is scheduled to open in 2017.

Training for High Demand Jobs in Carpentry

Tuscaloosa, Alabama – In response to a skills shortage in the field of carpentry, Shelton State is partnering with local businesses and industries to prepare students for jobs in the carpentry field.

Allied Health Deadlines Extended

Tuscaloosa, Alabama – Deadlines have been extended for two allied health programs. Opportunities are still available for students interested in the new health information technology program and the nursing assistant program. The new deadline for application and registration for both programs is August 19.

Student Benefits from Dual Enrollment at SSCC

Tuscaloosa, Alabama - When asked what advice he would give a potential Shelton State Community College student, William Cain responds with a maturity one might not expect from a current high school student.

Summer Commencement Events Scheduled

Tuscaloosa, Alabama – Shelton State Community College will host commencement events on Thursday, August 4, and Friday, August 5. All events will be held in the Martin Campus Gymnasium.

Students Participate in Student Leadership Institute

Tuscaloosa, Alabama – Shelton State Community College students attended the annual Student Leadership Institute (SLI) on July 14 and 15. The training was held at the 4-H Camp in Columbiana, Alabama, and was sponsored by the Association of Deans of Students of Alabama.