The School of Horticulture at Spartanburg Community College celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2021, offering the only Associates degree in horticulture in the Upstate and giving students a hands-on teaching environment at one of five recognized arboretums in Spartanburg County.
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For the past four years, the Spartanburg Community College Foundation has spearheaded the college’s signature event, Economic Visionaries. This year, companies are turning their sponsor dollars into gap scholarships.
Dr. Michael Mikota took the helm of Spartanburg Community College during a global pandemic, but the new president is laser focused on moving SCC forward to meet the needs of the college and the communities it serves.
Horticulturist and public gardens expert Todd Lasseigne, PhD, will be the featured presenter for Arboretum Adventures 2020, an annual event benefiting the School of Horticulture at Spartanburg Community College.
Student emergency funds are especially important now as colleges navigate issues related to the coronavirus pandemic. That’s why the SCC Foundation is participating in #GivingTuesdayNow, today’s global day of unity held in response to the needs caused by COVID-19
Spring 2020 arrived about the same time as school closings and work-from-home orders. With few places to go and more time on our hands, our yards and gardens have become getaways for reducing worry and stress.
Spartanburg Community College has named Bank of America, Piedmont Natural Gas, Toray Composite Materials America and Milliken & Company as its Economic Visionaries 2020 award winners.
For almost 20 years, adult learners have comprised nearly 40 percent of the college-going population. At Spartanburg Community College, 46 percent of students are “non-traditional” or “return to learn” students.