In their very first season, Snead State’s women’s golf team captured the first-ever tournament title win by an Alabama Community College Conference team Wednesday in Decatur.
Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being chosen to the 2017-2018 cheerleading squad.
The Snead State basketball teams are both advancing to the quarterfinals of the Alabama Community College Conference Tournament.
Snead State women's and men's basketball teams will host play-in games Thursday and Friday at Plunkett-Wallace Gymnasium with the winners advancing to the Alabama Community College Conference Championships.
The College Bowl Team from Snead State Community College recently competed in the Community College Championship Tournament, hosted by the National Academic Quiz Tournament in Minneapolis, Minn.
The Snead State Community College Fine Arts Department announces the rehearsal schedule for the Community Wind Band for the spring.
Snead State Community College had a freshman to place at the Alabama Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing Annual Student Auditions.
Snead State Community College theater students use a recent field trip to Tuscumbia to prepare for the upcoming spring production.
The Snead State Workforce Development Department is offering ACT Prep sessions March 13-April 6.
Snead State Community College recently presented a one-year full tuition scholarship to the winners of the Alabama Youth Tour Competition, sponsored by Marshall-DeKalb Electric Cooperative.
Sophomores Abby Hawkins of Guntersville and C.J. Shell of Boaz were recently elected as the 2017 Snead State Homecoming Queen and King.
The Snead State Community College Softball program and head coach Tracy Grindrod announced the addition of 10 student-athletes to join their team for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Snead State Community College is pleased to announce its President’s List for the Fall 2016 semester. To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must maintain a perfect grade point average of a 4.00 (all A’s) and be enrolled for 12 or more credit hours of regular college-level courses.
Snead State Community College is proud to announce the Dean’s List for the Fall 2016 semester. Students must hold a minimum 3.50 – 3.99 grade point average and be enrolled in 12 or more hours of regular college level courses to be eligible for the Dean’s List.
The Snead State baseball team will open its 2017 season on Feb. 2 at home against Columbia State.
The Snead State Community College softball team will kick off their season this weekend at the Galveston Invitational in Texas.
Snead State Community College congratulates students who received their degrees and/or certificates during the Fall term
Snead State has been approved to receive $15,000 in grant money from the Alabama Community College System to provide training for Marshall Medical Center employees. Snead State is partnering with the University of Alabama in Huntsville Office of Operational Excellence to provide the healthcare training. The training will target Lean Introduction, Problem Solving, and Root Cause Analysis for about 90 MMC employees.
A Snead State Community College instructor collaborated on a publication within his field of expertise. Snead State Computer Science Instructor Greg Randall worked with Jacksonville State University’s Dr. Guillermo A. Francia III to coauthor a cybersecurity publication.
Officers and members of Snead State Community College’s chapter Phi Theta Kappa chose the political season to promote the importance of voter education as part of the organization’s Honors in Action project. The Theta Iota chapter of the academic honor society developed a presentation on Rights and Responsibilities for voters. The presentation included a Political Socialization Forum, which took place Nov. 2. Participating in the forum were special guests Senator Clay Scofield and Representative Kerry Rich. The two legislators answered questions regarding rights and responsibilities to public service.
The Snead State Community College basketball teams will tip-off Friday night at home in Plunkett-Wallace Gymnasium.
Snead State Community College is the first community college in Alabama to be approved to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) in a continued effort to enhance online learning for students. The Alabama Commission on Higher Education approved Snead State’s application for participation in late October.
The Snead State Veteran Organization and Community will host a Veterans Serving Veterans Cookout on Nov. 3 from 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
The Snead State Community College Public Relations Department was awarded two silver Medallion Awards during the annual District 2 National Council for Marketing and Public Relations Conference.
Snead State Community College recognized the academic achievement of students at the fall induction ceremony for the Theta Iota chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society held Tuesday, Oct. 11.
Snead State sophomore Chasten Beck has been awarded a full ride to Lander University in South Carolina to continue his fishing career.
Snead State Community College Public Relations/Marketing team won an Award of Achievement and an Award of Merit during the annual Alabama Community College System Public Relations Association (ACCSPRA) Pyramid Awards brunch on Thursday, Sept. 8.
Students with Snead State Community College’s Presidential Scholars program learned more about what it means to be a team as they recently participated in an annual retreat.
Snead State Community College is welcoming displaced ITT Technical Institute students after it ceased operations on Sept. 6.
Snead State Community College’s Associate Dean for Online Learning is bringing his wealth of experience out of the classroom into his new role.
Snead State Community College’s Theta Iota Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa ranked among the Top 10 of 25 chapters recognized by the honor society for having the highest membership acceptance rates.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone more passionate about Snead State Community College than the college’s own Dr. Cynthia Denham. For Dr. Denham, the director of the English and Languages division at SSCC, not only is Snead an important part of her family’s legacy, but also it’s a place where she has happily invested her entire career to teaching the students who chase their dreams at Alabama’s oldest, most historic community college. This summer, on the 50th anniversary of her own graduation from Snead State, Dr. Denham reflected on her Snead experience - the differences and the similarities between the 261 of the 337 graduates who walked across the Bevill Center stage in May to receive their Associate degrees and the 68 who graduated with her in 1966 and the impact of the historic school on her family, her students, and her community.
Registration for Snead State’s fall baseball league is open.
A trip to Oxford, England, opened the door to many experiences for a Snead State Community College Division Chair, who continued his post-graduate studies this summer.
Snead State Community College student-athletes are continuing to raise the bar in the classroom.
Snead State Community College has announced Angie Sanders will serve as its next volleyball coach.
The Snead State softball team is sponsoring three clinics this summer.
Snead State Community College awarded the highest number of credentials for a Spring semester during the Spring 2016 term, evidence of the College’s success with its College Completion Initiative.
Snead State Community College is pleased to announce its President’s List for the Spring 2016 semester. To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must maintain a perfect grade point average of a 4.00 (all As) and be enrolled for 12 or more credit hours of regular college-level courses.
Snead State Community College is proud to announce the Dean’s List for the Spring 2016 semester. Students must hold a minimum 3.50 – 3.99 grade point average and be enrolled in 12 or more hours of regular college level courses to be eligible for the Dean’s List.
The Snead State Community College baseball team recently welcomed 300 kids to its free camp.
The moment symbolized two years of hard work and sacrifice, but it was with mixed emotions that 38 Snead State Community College students crossed the stage in the Bevill Center to receive their pins as members of the 2016 class of Registered Nurses.
Snead State graduates Wendy Denson and Telitha Poole will share the coveted 2016 Patient Choice Award, given to honor the best in the profession at Gadsden Regional.
Snead State alumni celebrated the Roaring ‘20s and All That Jazz during the 2016 Alumni Homecoming on Friday, May 6.
The annual Spring Commencement Ceremonies at Snead State Community College brought students, faculty and staff, family and special guests together to share in the successes and accomplishments of the 2016 graduating class. Of the 337 graduates this spring, approximately 266 students participated in the ceremonies held Thursday, May 5, in the Bevill Center Auditorium.
Snead State Community College has announced the tryout dates for its 2016-2017 baseball and men’s and women’s golf teams.
The Snead State Community College softball team finished its season as the third-ranked team in the Alabama Community College Conference.
Snead State Community College Director of Campus Engagement Brittany Goble recently graduated from the Alabama Community College Leadership Academy.
Auburn University and the Alabama Community College System are joining forces on their aviation programs to enhance aviation training and economic development opportunities around the state. Auburn President Jay Gogue and Alabama Community College System Chancellor Mark Heinrich signed a memorandum of understanding Thursday at the Auburn University Regional Airport, marking the beginning of the partnership. Snead State Community College President Dr. Robert Exley was an active attendee at the formal signing.
In its best finish ever, the Snead State softball team has clinched the no. 3 seed in the Alabama Community College Conference’s northern division.
The Snead State tennis team recently won the NJCAA Region XXII Women's Tennis Championship at the Jimmy Johns Tennis Center in Decatur.
Snead State Community College Golf Coach Chuck Kalanick has announced Mason Rogers of Boaz and Nick Maddaloni of Eclectic have been named assistant golf coaches.
Snead State Community College recognized the academic achievement of students at the spring induction ceremony for the Theta Iota chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society held Thursday, March 31.
Students were honored for their achievements during the annual Awards Day ceremony at Snead State Community College on Thursday, April 14.
A pair of Snead State student-athletes have been awarded Player of the Week honors from the Alabama Community College Conference for March 28-April 3.
Snead State Community College welcomed its first golf team member to campus on Tuesday, March 29.
Due to conference games being moved to Sunday, Snead State has rescheduled the baseball camp originally planned for April 3. The new date for the camp will be Sunday, April 17, from 2-4 p.m. at the Snead State Baseball Field.
Snead State Community College is one of 20 community colleges from across the country that will work together to identify and develop a model for recognizable credentialing to serve students, colleges and employers nationally.
Two students through programs available with the Snead State Community College Workforce Development program received a rare platinum level certification – an achievement earned by only 209 individuals within the state of Alabama.
The 2016-2017 Snead State Cheerleading Squad has been chosen.
Snead State Community College announced today the appointment of a new head men’s basketball coach.
Three Snead State basketball players have received postseason awards from the Alabama Community College Conference.
Snead State Community College President Dr. Robert Exley welcomed a special guest to campus recently – the great-grandson of a former principal when Snead State was a high school.
Long time Snead State Baseball Coach Gerry Ledbetter was recently inducted into the Alabama Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
Snead State Community College’s athletic program will soon expand with the addition of a men’s and women's golf team, scheduled to kick-off in August with the start of the 2016 fall semester.
Two Snead State players have been named ACCC Players of the Week.
The Snead State Community College softball program and head coach Tracy Grindrod announced the addition of 12 student-athletes to join their team for the 2016-2017 academic year.
The Snead State Lady Parsons upset no. 1 south seed Faulkner State 71-63 Tuesday to advance to the semifinals of the Alabama Community College Conference Tournament.
The Snead State Community College baseball program and head coach Gerry Ledbetter announced the addition of eight student-athletes to join the squad for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Tryouts for the 2016-2017 Snead State basketball teams will be Saturday, March 12, in the Plunkett Wallace Gymnasium.
Snead State cheerleading tryouts for 2016-2017 are slated for March 7 and 10 from 6-8 p.m. in the Plunkett Wallace Gymnasium.
Students with the History@Snead organization at Snead State Community College recently studied local history with a visit to Cathedral Caverns.
Snead State Community College students and faculty attended a recent production by Opera Birmingham that included a SSCC student in the chorus.
Snead State Community College recently presented two one-year full tuition scholarships to the winners of the Alabama Youth Tour Competition, sponsored by Marshall-DeKalb Electric Cooperative.
Snead State Community College is proud to announce the Dean’s List for the Fall 2015 semester. Students must hold a minimum 3.50 – 3.99 grade point average and be enrolled in 12 or more hours of regular college level courses to be eligible for the Dean’s List.
Snead State Community College is pleased to announce its President’s List for the Fall 2014 semester. To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must maintain a perfect grade point average of a 4.00 (all As) and be enrolled for 12 or more credit hours of regular college-level courses.
Jailin Jimenez is not your typical high school senior. Not only will she graduate from Douglas High School in May, but also she’s on track to earn her Associate degree from Snead State Community College one week before her high school graduation.
Caleb Tarvin and Brooke Hubbard, both of Boaz, were named the 2016 Snead State Homecoming King and Queen Thursday night.
The Snead State Community College Fine Arts Department announces the rehearsal schedule for the Community Wind Band for the spring.
The Snead State baseball team will open its 2016 season on Feb. 14 at home against Martin Methodist College.
The Snead State softball team went 2-3 over the weekend in Texas taking down powerhouse Navarro College and Kilgore College to kick off their 2016 season.
The Snead State Presidential Scholars have been featured on the League For Innovation's website as the member spotlight.
The Snead State Parsons took home two wins on Dec. 11 with victories over Wallace-Selma Community College.
Two Snead State student-athletes have been named players of the week by the Alabama Community College Conference.
On the heels of the Thanksgiving holiday, the Snead State Foundation hosted a giving challenge for employees, students and community supporters during the global Giving Tuesday challenge on Dec. 1.
Snead State will host the Thanksgiving Classic Basketball Tournament on Nov. 25 and 27.
Snead State Community College announces its new Veterans Services office through two community events honoring veterans.
The Snead State men’s basketball team defeated LaGrange College 94-83 Saturday to move to 3-2 on the season.
Snead State freshman Hunter Parrish has been named the Alabama Community College Conference Player of the Week.
The Snead State Lady Parsons moved to 5-1 with a 68-58 win over Andrew College Saturday.
The Snead State Community College students with the History@Snead club spent time recently looking into the future as well as the past.
The JSU Presidential Scholarship Program for Fall 2015 is for graduating community college students.
The TRiO Program at Snead State Community College is collecting non-perishable foods for the Marshall County Food Bank. Items can be dropped off at the TRiO Office in the Student Union Building on the Boaz campus between now and Dec. 11.
The Snead State Athletic Department has released a limited number of free tickets to Snead State’s home games against Motlow on Monday, Nov. 2.
Snead State Community College will host a Veteran’s Appreciation Program on Thursday, Nov. 5.