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SALEM COUNTY NEWS

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SCC State of the College: Enrollment Up, Campus Upgraded, and Sports Return

On Wednesday evening, President of Salem Community College, Dr. Michael Gorman delivered a "State of the College" address in the school's Donaghay Hall where he touched on topics including: increasing enrollment, campus upgrades, and the return of the athletics department.

SCC Welcomes Kelly Schimpf as New Manager of Retention

Kelly A. Schimpf has joined Salem Community College as the school's new Manager of Retention, according to a press release.

SCC Board of Trustees Elects New Chair and Vice Chair

At its annual reorganization meeting in November, the Salem Community College (SCC) Board of Trustees elected Scott R. Kramme, Esq., and Ida Bowen to one-year terms as chair and vice chair, respectively.

SCC Bookmobile Living History Program Features ‘Father of Underground Railroad’

William Still, who has been called the “Father of the Underground Railroad,” will be featured at the next Salem Community College Bookmobile Library living history program on Friday, Dec. 13.

SCC Oak Singers Set to Perform 29th Annual Holiday Concert on Dec. 14

The sounds of the holidays will fill the Sol and Jean Davidow Performing Arts Theatre at Salem Community College when the SCC Oak Singers present "Winter’s Light - A Holiday Concert" on Saturday, Dec. 14 at 2 p.m.

SCC’s President’s Lecture Series Announces Its Next Installment: “Photography, Social Media, and Our Digital Culture” on Dec. 4

Fine art photographer and educator Marian Howard will present the next installment of the Salem Community College President’s Lecture Series, titled: Photography, Social Media, and Our Digital Culture.

Philanthropic Rhythms: Two Local Artists Give Back

Tap dancing and classical harp come together to raise money for the nonprofit Ghana Make a Difference (GMAD) at a show that will take place in New York this Saturday. Robin Passmore and Juliana Beckel, who both grew up in Pittsgrove, New Jersey, will perform at a gallery in SoHo on Nov. 30.

Fallen Salem Oak To Get New Life Throughout The State

The Department of Environmental Protection will give seedlings from the Salem Oak to each of New Jersey’s 565 municipalities for planting this spring.

SCC Celebrates Opening of New Glass Education Center

Salem Community College (SCC) celebrated its esteemed past and exciting future in the glass world with the dedication of the Samuel and Jean Jones Glass Education Center. The 20,000-square-foot facility honors longtime benefactors whose generosity transformed a bold idea – moving the glass center back to campus in Carneys Point after 10 years in Alloway – into a reality.

SCC To Hold Visitation and Service for Beloved Social Sciences Professor, Reggie Smith

Salem Community College has announced a visitation and service will be held to celebrate the life of career educator Reginald Smith.