SMC to Add Basketball, Volleyball and Wrestling for Fall 2022
In keeping with its ongoing mission of providing affordable, high-quality education, including the total college life experience, the Southwestern Michigan College Board of Trustees, during its regular meeting on May 12, unanimously authorized the SMC administration to revive four additional intercollegiate sports for Fall 2022: Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Women’s Volleyball and Men’s Wrestling.
AEP Foundation $7,500 Grant to Fund SMC's Grady Scholars
Southwestern Michigan College announced today a $7,500 gift from the AEP Foundation, on behalf of Indiana Michigan Power, will fund the first year of scholarships and expenses for the Grady Scholars leadership-development program.
196 SMC Students Named to Honor Rolls
Southwestern Michigan College named 50 students to the President’s List for the September-December, 2021, fall semester.
SMC Mourns Loss of Two Dedicated Staffers
One of Southwestern Michigan College’s three original coaches and its first public information director passed away in the waning days of 2021.
SMC Trustees Updated on Campus Life
Southwestern Michigan College’s Board of Trustees Jan. 12 heard a presentation on supporting student engagement through campus life events despite ongoing pandemic challenges.
Bosch Renews Grant Funding SMC Summer STEM Camp
SMC, Bosch Community Fund, STEM Camp, Roadrunners
Two SMC Criminal Justice Majors Trained as Mediators
Two Southwestern Michigan College criminal justice majors recently completed the Restorative Justice Initiative’s 16-hour training, qualifying them to mediate non-assaultive juvenile cases. SMC Associate Professor Don Ricker and mediator Ruth Andrews, as trainers, worked in tandem with the Cass County Prosecutor’s Office for sessions in the Foster W. Daugherty Building on the Dowagiac campus.
Dowagiac's Choir Director Back to Where He Started
Hunter Schuur could not have picked a worse time to land his dream job.
SMC's 2019 Nursing Building Ushered in New Era
Southwestern Michigan College’s $9.6-million Nursing and Health Education Building ushered in a new era for its flagship program three years ago.
80 Students Attend SMC Human Services Day
Eighty high school students from Covert, Hartford and the Allegan County Area Technical and Education Center (ACATEC) attended Southwestern Michigan College’s Human Services Day Jan. 28. ACATEC students visited from William Baker’s criminal justice (CJ) program.