Paying for college can be stressful and confusing. But if you do your research and get organized, you can make the best decision for you and your college-bound student. Following are several ways that can help pay for yours or your student’s college. [Read more...]
The U.S. Department of Education announced that Southeastern Illinois College will receive a federal Upward Bound grant of $1.4 million help more low-income students who would be the first members of their families to earn degrees to prepare for and enroll in college. This is the first time SIC has been awarded the Upward Bound grant. [Read more...]
Jan. 11 – 10-11 a.m. & 4-5 p.m. – Online Student Orientation for student new to taking an online class at SIC. For more information, visit www.sic.edu/oso.
Jan. 12 – 9-10 a.m. & 3-4 p.m. – Online Student Orientation for student new to taking an online class at SIC. For more information, visit www.sic.edu/oso. [Read more...]
After a full year of COVID-19 mitigation and enrollment drops across the nation, Southeastern Illinois College sees some real bright spots in its summer enrollment.
The college increased its headcount by 125 students over last year, and is nearly 5 percent above in credit hours. [Read more...]
Fall registration is underway. Students should schedule a visit with an advisor (firstname.lastname@example.org). Classes offered can be found at www.sic.edu/course-schedule. Current students can register on MySIC. Free textbook rental for fall – exclusions apply. Classes begin August 16. [Read more...]
The Southeastern Illinois College Board of Trustees met Tuesday, July 14, to review a return to campus plan for fall, discuss extracurricular activities for fall, learn about enrollment standings, examine an in-house COVID-response survey of students, and discuss the continued need for a facilities expansion in Carmi, among other topics. [Read more...]
Gallatin County is overall winner for 2020
Feb. 27 was a day of stiff competition amongst approximately 80 local high school students with an eye for business. Students competed in six categories during the annual Business Skills Competition at Southeastern Illinois College. Winning the overall competition was Gallatin County High School for the second year in a row. [Read more...]
NCOE Senior Emilee Bishop signed with Wabash Valley College on Wednesday to play volleyball in the next school term. The four year varsity starter has a four year school record of 125-21. [Read more...]