It is the fastest 20 minutes of your life. When the lights are on, it goes really fast.
The International Student continues to meet his goals and look to the future
When I was here, we had, for example, specialized reading machines that would read text, and it was very labor intensive. And now your phone will do that. To even that playing field for students has just been something tremendous.
The SCTCC retiree saw a lot of change during her 27 years at the college
I think my students like to know that I understand their journey and the profession.
The Biology instructor uses her experiences to help students reach their success
I always recommend to come in and just ask for help. I didn’t know where to fill out the FAFSA or where to fill out the application for college.
The first-generation college student is taking it slow
If we can just take what we're given and take those opportunities and make the best out of them, even though it may not be what we think we want, sometimes it ends up being what we needed.
The Cyclones Volleyball Coach takes things in stride
I’m more of a hands-on person, so being able to physically do the wiring or adjusting parameters on a screen versus sitting on a computer all day or typing is much easier and I can remember it better.
Double majoring in Energy & Electronics program makes the most sense
Changing what a society thinks is a norm is unbelievably challenging.
The Information Technology Instructor uses past and present to help shape the future
My experiences in the military and being a veteran have really helped me as I’ve moved into this career. I’ve gotten to interact and work with a variety of people from many different countries and cultures, and that’s been invaluable to me.
Veterans Voices Month is October
The students know what they want to do, and in general, they go get it done.
The alumni and staff member remembers his time as a student
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