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Snead State Community College Employees Receive 2018 Chancellor’s Awards

11/16/2018

Four employees will represent Snead State Community College at the 2018 Chancellor’s Awards Ceremony on Monday, Nov. 19, in Mobile. Chancellor’s Awards recipients are chosen in the categories of Administrator, Faculty and Support Staff. This year’s Chancellor’s Awards recipients from Snead State include Director of Health Sciences Dr. Dee McClellan in the Administrator category, Music Department Chair Dr. Barbara Hudson and Music Instructor Dr. Steven DiBlasi in the Faculty category, and Maintenance Lead Supervisor Eddie Simmons in the Staff category.

Snead State Hosts Training that Draws Out-Of-State Workers to Campus

11/16/2018

Twenty-two workers gathered in a small classroom in the Weathers Business Building at Snead State Community College, listening intently to the material presented. Many of the men traveled from various states to the Boaz campus for one purpose, but it was a purpose they all shared – to receive training that would equip them to better do their jobs.

Snead Fishing Team Finishes Second in Arkansas Tournament

11/15/2018

Snead State anglers Eric Lampkin and Garrett Warren finished second at the AFTCO Collegiate Bass Open in October.

Snead State TRiO Programs Accept Donations for Food Bank

10/18/2018

The TRiO Programs at Snead State Community College will be assisting Boaz Middle School and Boaz High School with their “Pirate Pantry” to aid Boaz students. TRiO is collecting nonperishable food items that students can easily prepare themselves. Donated food items must not be out of date. Donations may be dropped off through Dec. 12 at the TRiO office, located on the bottom floor of the Bevill Center.

Sen. Clay Scofield

Marshall County Economic Development Council Honors Senator Clay Scofield

10/16/2018

The board of directors of the Marshall County Economic Development Council and the Marshall County Manufacturers Association honored Senator Clay Scofield at its 22nd Annual Industry Appreciation Dinner on Oct. 11. The MCEDC presented its annual Hinton Mitchem Economic Development Award of Excellence to Sen. Scofield, who also serves on the Board of Directors for the Snead State Foundation.

Snead State Announces Summer 2018 President’s List

09/24/2018

Snead State Community College is pleased to announce its President’s List for the Summer 2018 semester. To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must maintain a perfect grade point average of a 4.00 (all A’s) and be enrolled for 12 or more credit hours of regular college-level courses.

Snead State Community College Announces Summer 2018 Dean’s List

09/24/2018

Snead State Community College is proud to announce the Dean’s List for the Summer 2018 semester. Students must hold a minimum 3.50-3.99 grade point average and be enrolled in 12 or more hours of regular college level courses to be eligible for the Dean’s List.

Snead State Community College Announces Summer 2018 Graduates

09/24/2018

Snead State Community College congratulates students who received their degrees and/or certificates during the Summer 2018 term.

Snead State Marketing Earns Awards

09/11/2018

Snead State Community College’s Public Relations/Marketing team was recognized during the annual Alabama Community College System Public Relations Association (ACCSPRA) Pyramid Awards brunch on Friday, Sept. 7.

Snead State Director Travels ‘Across the Pond’ Twice for Professional Opportunities

09/05/2018

A Snead State Community College Division Director made his way “across the pond” not once, but twice this summer for professional opportunities.

Office Administration Program Director Kelly Snyder

Snead State’s Office Administration Program Implemented New and Improved Changes for the Fall Semester

08/29/2018

Snead State Community College started the fall semester not only with new programs of study, such as horticulture and aviation, but also with improvements to a career and technical program - Office Administration. The Office Administration program allows students to earn an Associate in Applied Science degree, which may be earned within two years, or to earn a certificate within a specific concentration. Feedback from local and regional businesses as well as medical professionals led to the revamping of one particular short-term certificate option within the Office Administration program.

Snead State Community College’s Aviation Program Receives FAA Approval to Offer PowerPlant Technology

08/09/2018

Snead State Community College received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to expand the offerings of its new Aviation Program. After a visit from FAA representatives on Thursday, Aug. 8, the Aviation College was approved to add PowerPlant Technology to the aviation curriculum, which also includes Airframe Technology.

Signups for Fall Baseball League and Showcase Open

08/09/2018

Registration for Snead State’s fall baseball league and baseball showcase is open.

Snead State, Jacksonville State Receive National Recognition for Joint Project

07/27/2018

A collaborative project between Snead State Community College and Jacksonville State University has received national recognition. The project, funded through an NSF cybersecurity project grant, is called “Capacity Building for Control System Security Collaborative Project.” Snead State’s portion of the project was the development of eight physical cyber labs for workshop participants to integrate into their classroom curriculum for penetration testing on Industrial Control Systems. The kit was awarded the winning spot in the Faculty Development category for the 2018 National CyberWatch Center Innovations in Cyber Security Education program.

Snead Fishing Team Finishes 15th in the Nation

07/26/2018

Snead State anglers Justin Tingle and Daniel Shelton finished 15th in the nation at the 2018 Boat U.S. National Championship.

Snead State Announces Scholarship Recipients

07/25/2018

The following students received scholarships to attend Snead State Community College for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Snead State Receives ARC Grants

07/23/2018

Snead State Community College received two Appalachian Regional Commission grants to provide job training opportunities for students in North Alabama. The grants totaled $226,459 and will benefit two programs – an Apple App Development Pilot Program and the new Aviation program.

Snead State Community College’s first Cyber Competition Team placed fourth at the 2018 Cyber Cup Capture the Flag (CTF) Challenge in Huntsville. The consists of Ben Anstandig and Gabe Anstandig, both of Arab.

Snead State’s First Cyber Team Ranks Fourth in Competition

07/23/2018

Snead State Community College’s first cyber team competed in its first competition, the Cyber Cup Capture the Flag (CTF) Challenge sponsored by Deloitte LLC in Huntsville. Students Gabriel and Benjamin Anstandig, both of Arab, represented Snead State at the 2018 Cyber Cup Capture the Flag (CTF) Challenge in June. Both are enrolled in Snead’s Cybersecurity program. The team placed fourth among 12 teams in the competition.

NJCAA All-Academic Awards Announced

07/01/2018

The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) announced that 34 Snead State Community College student-athletes and five Snead State teams are recipients of NJCAA Academic Awards.

Snead State Community College Announces Spring 2018 Graduates

06/29/2018

Snead State Community College congratulates students who received their degrees and/or certificates during the Spring 2018 term.

Underwood Named Head Baseball Coach

06/12/2018

Long-time associate head baseball coach Casey Underwood has been named the new head coach of the Snead State baseball team. The announcement was made Tuesday by Snead State Athletic Director Mark Richard.

Marshall Space Flight Center Director Addresses Snead State Graduates at Spring Commencement Ceremony

05/11/2018

The annual Spring Commencement Ceremonies at Snead State Community College brought students, faculty and staff, family and special guests together to share in the successes and accomplishments of the 2018 graduating class. Of the approximate 277 graduates this spring, about 230 students participated in the ceremonies held Thursday, May 10, in the Plunkett Wallace Gymnasium.

Snead State Pins Class of 2018 Registered Nurses

05/11/2018

The moment symbolized two years of hard work and sacrifice, but it was with mixed emotions that 53 Snead State Community College students crossed the stage in the Bevill Center to receive their pins as members of the 2018 class of Registered Nurses.

Underwood Named Acting Head Coach

05/08/2018

Snead State President Dr. Robert Exley has named Casey Underwood as the Acting Head Baseball Coach.

Snead State Alumni Salute Veterans, Active Military

05/05/2018

The Snead State Alumni Association paid tribute to veterans and active military during the 2018 Alumni Homecoming held Friday, May 4, in the Plunkett-Wallace Gymnasium. The Salute to Veterans theme for the annual event honored the service and sacrifice of veterans and active military. About 85 alumni, students, employees and guests gathered enjoy a meal and entertainment provided by the Victory Belles and to honor the recipient of the 2018 Alumnus of the Year Award.

Ledbetter Retires as Head Coach

05/01/2018

The end of an era has come to the baseball program at Snead State Community College with Gerry Ledbetter’s retirement after 26 seasons as head coach.

Snead State Community College received a $2,000 donation from the Marshall County Legislative Delegation. On hand for the presentation were, from left, Sen. Gerald Dial, R-Lineville, Snead State President Dr. Robert Exley, Rep. Kerry Rich, R-Guntersville, Snead State Instructor Dr. Tom Warren, and Sen. Clay Scofield, R-Red Hill.

Snead State Horitculture Program Receives Donation from Marshall County Legislative Delegatio

05/01/2018

The Marshall County Legislative Delegation presented a donation to Snead State Community College to benefit the horticulture program.

Snead State Receives ARC Grant for Aviation

05/01/2018

Snead State Community College received a boost for the implementation of the second part of its new Aviation program – PowerPlant Technology. The Appalachian Regional Commission awarded the college a $199,621 grant to implement a PowerPlant program. The Aviation program currently has students in its Airframe Technology program, which trains the students on repair of all aspects of an aircraft with the exception of the engine.

Snead State English Honor Society Inducts 32 New Members

04/27/2018

Snead State welcomed 32 new members into its English honor society, Sigma Kappa Delta, at a ceremony held Thursday, April 19 in Fielder Auditorium. Sigma Kappa Delta Sponsor and English Instructor Terri Narrell addressed the inductees about the benefits of the program, including the lifetime membership in an honor organization and scholarship opportunities.

Snead State Community College Recognizes Student Achievements

04/26/2018

Snead State Community College highlighted the end of the Spring semester with special recognition of student achievements. Students were honored during the annual Awards Day ceremony at Snead State Community College on Thursday, April 12.

Lady Parsons Enter Tournament as No. 3 Seed

04/24/2018

The Snead State Community College softball team will enter the ACCC/Region 22 tournament as the No. 3 seed from the Northern Division.

Snead State Celebrates Addition of Aviation Program

04/24/2018

Snead State Community College recently held a special event to launch the newest addition to its programs of study – Aviation. Local officials, community members, Snead State administrators, faculty and staff and students gathered at the Aviation College near the Albertville Regional Airport to celebrate the much-anticipated addition.

Snead State Takes Second in ACCC Tournament

04/24/2018

For a second year in a row, the Snead State women’s golf team earned a bid to the NJCAA National Tournament by finishing second in the ACCC/NJCAA Region 22 Tournament.

Baseball Team Hosts FREE Baseball Camp

04/23/2018

The Snead State baseball team will host a free baseball camp on Sunday, April 29, from 2-4 p.m. at the Snead State baseball field.

Snead State Presents Brandon Elder Live in Concert

04/23/2018

Snead State Community College will welcome Brandon Elder back to campus Thursday night for a free concert.

Snead State’s Ready to Work Program Continues to Boast Success

04/03/2018

The Snead State Community College Ready to Work Program continues to see success among its students with a steady increase in its completion rate.

History and Political Science Instructor Grover Kitchens

Snead State Instructor Presents to Southern History of Education Society

04/01/2018

A Snead State Community College instructor recently presented his paper on the college’s history to the Southern History of Education Society in Gainesville, Fla. History and Political Science Instructor Grover Kitchens presented a paper entitled “In the Heart of the Community: Snead State, from Methodist School to Junior College to Community College.”

Alexandra Blackstone and Joy Grace Webb, both of Albertville will represent Snead State Community College during the All-Alabama Academic Team Recognition Luncheon on Friday, April 13, in Montgomery.

Snead State Students Selected to the 2018 All-Alabama Academic Team

04/01/2018

Two sophomores will represent Snead State Community College during the All-Alabama Academic Team Recognition Luncheon on Friday, April 13, in Montgomery. Joy Grace Webb and Alexandra Blackstone, both of Albertville, will be among 50 students representing two-year colleges within the Alabama Community College System.

Southern Idaho Defeats Parsons

03/23/2018

The Snead State Community College men’s basketball team saw its historic season end Monday night after a 119-82 loss to the College of Southern Idaho in the opening round of the NJCAA Men’s Division I National Basketball Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas.

Snead State Community College students and employees attended the 2018 Alabama Community College System Day on Thursday, March 15, in Montgomery. Pictured from left are Madison Self, Snead State Director of Admissions and Recruiting Tristin Callahan, Marlei Murray, Student Success Navigator McKayla Edmonds, and Emma Roberts.

Snead State Participates in ACCS Day 2018

03/16/2018

Snead State Community College employees and students joined other colleges for the 2018 Alabama Community College System Day.

Snead State Receives Approval to Close Student Union Building

03/15/2018

As of May 15, Snead State Community College will be closing the doors to a building that has secured a spot in the College’s long history. Snead State announced that the Student Union Building will be closed and awaiting demolition as the Alabama Community College System’s Board of Trustees formally approved this request at its monthly meeting in Montgomery on Wednesday, March 14.

Men's Basketball Captures ACCC Championship

03/12/2018

The Snead State Parsons beat Coastal Alabama-North 90-73 Friday night to claim their program’s first conference title since 1990.

Snead State Alumnus Ishimeal Nance

Snead State Alumnus Voted to Play I Division III College All-Star Basketball Game

03/09/2018

A former Snead State Community College student-athlete was recently voted to participate in the 2018 Reese’s Division III College All-Star Game. Ishimeal Nance of Muscle Shoals will play in the All-Star Game on Saturday, March 17, in Salem Virginia. Nance attended Snead State from 2014-2016,

Snead State Community College and Auburn University recently signed an articulation agreement guaranteeing students, who earn an Associate degree in Agricultural Science from Snead, enrollment in the same program at Auburn. On hand for the signing of the agreement were Vice President for Academics Dr. Annette Cederholm, Snead State President Dr. Robert Exley, Auburn Dean of Agriculture Dr. Paul Patterson; back row, Auburn Associate Professor Dr. Wheeler Foshee, Auburn Associate Dean for Instruction Dr. Amy Wright Auburn Associate Dean for Instruction, and Auburn Department Head Dr. Dave Williams. (Photo courtesy of Auburn University)

Snead State, Auburn University Sign Articulation Agreement

03/06/2018

Snead State Community College and Auburn University signed an articulation agreement for Agricultural Science on Friday, March 2. The agreement is the first between Auburn’s Agricultural Science program and a two-year community college.

Snead State Instructors Encourage Learning in Different Ways

03/05/2018

Snead State Community College’s spring semester has been full of useful opportunities for students to learn.

Parsons Claim Top Spot in ACCC Division

03/02/2018

The Snead State Community College men’s basketball team is the Alabama Community College Conference’s Northern Division Champion.

Snead Takes Down No. 12 Shelton State

02/16/2018

The Snead State Community College men’s basketball team defeated the nationally-ranked Shelton State Bucs Monday night.

Lexie Blackstone of Albertville and Caleb Bailey of Crossville were crowned the 2018 Snead State Community College Homecoming Queen and King on Monday, Feb. 12.

Snead State Announces 2018 Homecoming Queen and King

02/15/2018

Sophomores Lexie Blackstone of Albertville and Caleb Bailey of Crossville were recently elected as the 2018 Snead State Community College Homecoming Queen and King. Lexie and Caleb were crowned between the women’s and men’s basketball games on Monday, Feb. 12. The Parsons defeated Shelton State in the men’s game with a 96-91 win. The Lady Parsons lost to the Lady Bucs 98-72. A total of eight freshmen and 10 sophomores were selected to serve on Snead State’s Homecoming Court.

Snead State Community College Announces Fall 2017 Graduates

02/10/2018

Snead State Community College congratulates students who received their degrees and/or certificates during the Fall 2017 term.

Snead State Announces Fall 2017 President’s List

02/09/2018

Snead State Community College is pleased to announce its President’s List for the Fall 2017 semester. To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must maintain a perfect grade point average of a 4.00 (all A’s) and be enrolled for 12 or more credit hours of regular college-level courses.

Snead State Community College Announces Dean’s List

02/09/2018

Baseball Opens Up 2018 Season

02/06/2018

The Snead State baseball team opened up its 2018 season at home with two wins against Mineral Area College on Friday, Feb. 2.

Four Parsons Sign Early Baseball Scholarships

02/05/2018

Scott Bobo with Marshall-DeKalb Electric Cooperative, left, and Snead State Chief Financial Officer Joe Whitmore, right, congratulate the participants of the Alabama Youth Tour Competition, sponsored by Marshall-DeKalb Electric Cooperative, from left, Tara Crumbley, Kayla Walker, Jayden Bobo, Kobe Culbert, Ana Ruiz, Larkin Rogers, Elisabet Torres, Yasmin Ramos, Jackelin Perez, and Summer Maddox.

Snead State Presents Scholarships to Youth Tour Winners

01/31/2018

Snead State Community College recently presented a one-year full tuition scholarship to the winners of the Alabama Youth Tour Competition, sponsored by Marshall-DeKalb Electric Cooperative.

Snead State Community College Nursing Program Achieves High Passing Rate on NCLEX Exam

01/17/2018

Snead State Community College’s Nursing Program announces that its 2017 graduates achieved a high passing rate on the RN licensure exam. The Alabama Board of Nursing included the passing rate in its annual review of nursing education programs. According to the review, Snead State achieved a 97.6 percent passing rate among nursing students sitting for the NCLEX exam for the first time.

2017 Inductees to the National Society of Leadership and Success

Snead State Holds Induction into the National Society of Leadership and Success

12/05/2017

Snead State Community College inducted 172 students into the National Society of Leadership and Success, a leadership program implemented at the College this fall. An induction ceremony was held Thursday, Nov. 30, at the Bevill Center auditorium. Snead State President Dr. Robert Exley spoke to the students regarding leadership during the ceremony.

Snead State Nursing Instructors and Students Attend Homeland Security Training

11/30/2017

Snead State Community College nursing instructors and students in the Nursing 211 class recently completed emergency responder training offered by the Center for Domestic Preparedness in Anniston. Instructors Lisa Brock, Millie Carroll and Missy Freshwater along with the students received two full days of the HERO (Healthcare Emergency Response Operations) training that included preparation training on campus followed by participation training at Fort McClellan in Anniston.

Snead State Receives Grant Award for Industrial Technology Program

11/21/2017

Snead State Community College will modernize and upgrade equipment for use in labs for the Industrial Technology program thanks to an appropriation from the Education Trust Fund.

Representing Snead State Community College as the 2017 Chancellor’s Awards winners are, from left, Matt Smith in the Faculty Category, Brittany Goble in the Support Staff Category, Deborah Rhoden in the Faculty Category, and Tina Simons in the Administrator Category.

Snead State Community College Employees Receive 2017 Chancellor’s Awards

11/21/2017

Four employees represented Snead State Community College at the 2017 Chancellor’s Awards Ceremony on Sunday, Nov. 19, in Montgomery. Chancellor’s Awards recipients are chosen in the categories of Administrator, Faculty and Support Staff. This year’s Chancellor’s Awards recipients from Snead State include Science Division Director Deborah Rhoden of Boaz and English and Sociology Instructor Matt Smart of Albertville for the Faculty category, Director of Financial Services Tina Simons of Boaz for the Administrator category, and Director of Campus Engagement Brittany Goble of Albertville in the Support Staff category.

Snead State Basketball Teams Kick Off Season

11/09/2017

The Snead State Community College basketball teams have kicked off the 2017-2018 with one goal in mind – to advance to the conference championship.

Snead State Lady Parsons Sweep Wallace Selma

10/11/2017

The Snead State Lady Parsons Volleyball team remain tied for third in the Alabama Community College Conference after its 3-0 win against Wallace Community College Selma on Tuesday, Oct. 10.

Megan Zuck

Snead State Community College Freshman Named ACCC Player of the Week

09/29/2017

The Alabama Community College Conference announced Tuesday that a Snead State Community College freshman was named the ACCC Volleyball Player of the Week for Sept. 18-24.

Snead State Marketing Team Receives Recognition

09/17/2017

Snead State Community College’s Public Relations/Marketing team received an Award of Achievement and two Awards of Merit during the annual Alabama Community College System Public Relations Association (ACCSPRA) Pyramid Awards brunch on Friday, Sept. 8.

Snead State Community College President Dr. Robert Exley, seated right, and University of Alabama in Huntsville Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Christine Curtis, seated left, signed a memorandum of understanding forming a partnership between the two institutions to provide opportunities for students in aviation. On hand for the signing were, from left, UAH Associate Provost Dr. Brent Wren, UAH Dean of the College of Professional and Continuing Studies Dr. Karen Clanton, Snead State Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Annette Cederholm, Snead State Advisory Board member General Stephen Schmidt, Albertville Mayor Tracy Honea, and Snead State Advisory Board member Marlin Priest.

Snead State Community College, UAH Form Partnership for Aviation Opportunities

08/28/2017

Snead State Community College and The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) joined together to provide new opportunities for students interested in aviation education and training.

Snead State Community College President Dr. Robert Exley

Snead State President Appointed to North Alabama Works! WIOA Board

08/24/2017

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey appointed Snead State Community College President Dr. Robert Exley to serve on a board that brings together providers of workforce services, including governmental, educational and private sector stakeholders.

Snead State Community College President Dr. Robert Exley, center, signed a transfer agreement with Auburn University Thursday that provides a new opportunity for students interested in horticulture at both institutions. On hand for the signing were Snead State Instructor Tom Warren, left, and Dr. Wheeler Foshee with Auburn University.

Snead State, Auburn Sign Agreement for Horticulture Students

08/18/2017

Snead State Community College students majoring in horticulture with plans to transfer to Auburn University now have a direct path to get there.

Fall League Sign-Ups Open

07/27/2017

Registration for Snead State’s fall baseball league is open.

NJCAA Releases Academic Honors

07/10/2017

The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) announced that 35 Snead State Community College student-athletes are recipients of NJCAA Academic Awards

Snead State Closed Monday and Tuesday

06/29/2017

Snead State Community College will be closed on July 3 and 4.

Women's Basketball Tryouts

06/29/2017

An open tryout for the Snead State women's basketball team will be held on Friday, July 14, from 10 a.m. until noon at the Plunkett Wallace Gymnasium.

Destinie Smith Named New Women’s Basketball Coach

06/12/2017

Snead State Community College has named Destinie Smith as its head women’s basketball coach, Director of Athletics Mark Richard announced Monday.

Snead Athletics Prepare for Postseason Play

05/10/2017

Softball, Tennis, Women’s Golf and Fishing All Headed to the National Stage, Baseball Set to Begin Conference Tournament

Alabama Senator Addresses Snead State Community College Graduates at Spring Commencement Ceremony

05/05/2017

Softball Takes Second in ACCC

05/03/2017

The Snead State softball team took second place in the Alabama Community College Conference and NJCAA Region 22 tournament Monday, reaching 19 conference wins and its best postseason finish, yet.

Snead State Alumni Honor Athletic Program

04/30/2017

The Snead State Alumni Association welcomed former athletics, coaches and alumni associated with the College’s athletic program as special guests for the 2017 Alumni Homecoming.

Snead State Community College sophomores Dylan Shadinger and Bailey Morton were recognized at the All-Alabama Academic Team Recognition Program in Birmingham.

Snead State Students Selected to All-Alabama Academic Team

04/20/2017

Two sophomores will represent Snead State Community College during the All-Alabama Academic Team Recognition Luncheon on Friday, April 14, in Birmingham.

Softball Defeats Marion Military

04/13/2017

Snead State freshman pitcher Rilee White did not allow a single run Tuesday as the Parsons defeated Marion Military 8-0.

Baseball Team Hosts Free Camp

04/12/2017

The Snead State Community College baseball team recently welcomed close to 150 kids to its free camp.

Baseball Defeats Central Alabama

04/11/2017

The Snead State Community College baseball team defeated Central Alabama Saturday 12-1 and 5-2.

Commencement Announcement

04/04/2017

If you are graduating this semester and plan to participate in the Spring 2017 commencement ceremony, cap andgown order/pickup begins this week.

Students and Athletes

04/04/2017

Sometimes it’s a chance to get away from our desks and enjoy the warm sunshine; other times it’s so cold we retrieve blankets from our cars beforehand. But several afternoons each spring semester, my fellow English teachers and I meander from our offices in the red brick Osborne Building, down the sidewalk, past the Student Union and historic Norton Hall, to the baseball field. It’s one of my favorite places on this beautiful campus.

Cuello Named Player of the Week

04/03/2017

Orvis Cuello has been named the ACCC Baseball Player of the Week.

Lady Parsons Capture Tournament Title

03/16/2017

In their very first season, Snead State’s women’s golf team captured the first-ever tournament title win by an Alabama Community College Conference team Wednesday in Decatur.

Top Academic Students Inducted into Phi Theta Kappa

03/14/2017

2017-2018 Cheerleaders

03/08/2017

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being chosen to the 2017-2018 cheerleading squad.

Snead Basketball Teams Advance to Quarterfinals

03/06/2017

The Snead State basketball teams are both advancing to the quarterfinals of the Alabama Community College Conference Tournament.

Snead State Basketball Teams Host Play-In Games for ACCC Tournament

03/02/2017

Snead State women's and men's basketball teams will host play-in games Thursday and Friday at Plunkett-Wallace Gymnasium with the winners advancing to the Alabama Community College Conference Championships.

The Snead State College Bowl Team recently traveled to the Community College Championship Tournament in Minneapolis, Minn., and finished 15th out of 24 competitive teams. Pictured in front of the Minnehaha Falls in Minneapolis are, from left, Team Coach and Snead State Instructor Vann Scott, Team Captain Justen Graul, Isaiah Lowery, Andrew Hunter and Matthew Ragsdale.

Snead State College Bowl Team Compete at Community College Championship Tournament

03/02/2017

The College Bowl Team from Snead State Community College recently competed in the Community College Championship Tournament, hosted by the National Academic Quiz Tournament in Minneapolis, Minn.

From left, Snead State students Leslie Stogsdill, Austin Lee and Courtney Lee participated in the National Association of Teachers of Singing Annual Student Auditions in February. Austin placed fourth of 13 contestants in the Freshman Men’s category.

Snead State Freshman Earns Fourth Place at NATS Student Auditions

03/02/2017

Snead State Community College had a freshman to place at the Alabama Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing Annual Student Auditions.

Participants in the Alabama Youth Tour Competition, sponsored by Marshall-DeKalb Electric Cooperative, included, from left, Makenzie Brownlowe of Douglas High School, Joel Felipe of Crossville High School, Kayleigh Rogers of Douglas High School, Brittany Casimiro of Crossville High School, Gunnar Pollard of Boaz High School, Danielle Slaton of Geraldine High School, and Brody Henderson of Geraldine High School.

Snead State Presents Scholarships to Youth Tour Winners

02/22/2017

Snead State Community College recently presented a one-year full tuition scholarship to the winners of the Alabama Youth Tour Competition, sponsored by Marshall-DeKalb Electric Cooperative.

Snead State Announces 2017 Homecoming Queen and King

02/16/2017

Sophomores Abby Hawkins of Guntersville and C.J. Shell of Boaz were recently elected as the 2017 Snead State Homecoming Queen and King.

Snead State Adds Ten to Team

02/08/2017

The Snead State Community College Softball program and head coach Tracy Grindrod announced the addition of 10 student-athletes to join their team for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Baseball Set to Open at Home Feb. 2

01/26/2017

The Snead State baseball team will open its 2017 season on Feb. 2 at home against Columbia State.

Snead State Prepares for 2017 Softball Season

01/25/2017

The Snead State Community College softball team will kick off their season this weekend at the Galveston Invitational in Texas.

Snead State Community College Announces Fall 2016 Graduates

01/13/2017

Snead State Community College congratulates students who received their degrees and/or certificates during the Fall term

Snead State Community College Receives $15,000 in Education Trust Funds

12/06/2016

Snead State has been approved to receive $15,000 in grant money from the Alabama Community College System to provide training for Marshall Medical Center employees. Snead State is partnering with the University of Alabama in Huntsville Office of Operational Excellence to provide the healthcare training. The training will target Lean Introduction, Problem Solving, and Root Cause Analysis for about 90 MMC employees.

Greg Randall

SSCC Instructor Co-Authors Cybersecurity Publication

11/30/2016

A Snead State Community College instructor collaborated on a publication within his field of expertise. Snead State Computer Science Instructor Greg Randall worked with Jacksonville State University’s Dr. Guillermo A. Francia III to coauthor a cybersecurity publication.

The officers of Snead State’s Theta Iota chapter of Phi Theta Kappa hosted a Political Socialization Forum with participants from the Marshall County Legislative Delegation. Pictured at the forum were, from left, PTK Vice President/Leadership Wesley Burns of Boaz, Recording Officer Carly Stephens of Boaz, Vice President/Scholarship Jessica Hoang, Vice President/Fellowship Abby Hawkins of Guntersville, Senator Clay Scofield, Representative Kerry Rich, Vice President/Service Ashley Norris of Fort Payne, President Jessica Clontz of Crossville, Public Relations Officer Jasmine Mitchell of Attalla and Membership Director C.J. Shell of Boaz.

Snead State Phi Theta Kappa Members Hold a Political Socialization Forum

11/15/2016

Officers and members of Snead State Community College’s chapter Phi Theta Kappa chose the political season to promote the importance of voter education as part of the organization’s Honors in Action project. The Theta Iota chapter of the academic honor society developed a presentation on Rights and Responsibilities for voters. The presentation included a Political Socialization Forum, which took place Nov. 2. Participating in the forum were special guests Senator Clay Scofield and Representative Kerry Rich. The two legislators answered questions regarding rights and responsibilities to public service.

Snead Basketball Returns Friday

11/08/2016

The Snead State Community College basketball teams will tip-off Friday night at home in Plunkett-Wallace Gymnasium.