Community college students interested in exploring a STEM career at NASA can apply today to become a NASA Community College Aerospace Scholar (applications close December 15)
Snead State Community College will host the 2015 Gerhart Chamber Music Festival to include the Opening Concert on Thursday, Oct. 15, and the Children’s Concert on Sunday, Oct. 18.
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Snead State Community College recently recognized two nursing students who were awarded scholarships through special awards established through the Snead State Foundation.
The College Street Singers from Snead State Community College began preparations for a new academic year before the fall semester began in August.
Snead State Community College won two Pyramid Awards during the annual Alabama Community College System Public Relations Association (ACCSPRA) Pyramid Awards brunch on Thursday, Sept. 10.
Snead State’s Kirsten Inman has been named the Alabama Community College Conference Player of the Week for Sept. 7-13.
Snead State Community College and Jacksonville State University have partnered to expand cybersecurity education for industrial systems, thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation.
The successful TRiO Student Support Services Program at Snead State Community College was notified recently that it has been federally funded for another five years.
Students with Snead State Community College’s Presidential Scholars program has already begun preparations for a new academic year.
Snead State Community College is proud to announce the Dean’s List for the Summer 2015 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 is pleased to announce its President’s List for the Summer 2015 semester. To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must maintain a perfect grade point average of a 4.00 (all As) and be enrolled for 12 or more credit hours of regular college-level courses.
Snead State Community College will host Elite Basketball Camps for players entering grades 9-12 this year.
Snead State Community College co-sponsored the Northeast Alabama Early Childhood Conference held Thursday, July 23, at the Big Spring Lake Kindergarten School in Albertville.
Snead State Community College’s Vice President for Student Services Jason Cannon was recently elected to serve as the new president of the Alabama Deans of Student Affairs Association.
The annual Snead State Baseball Golf Tournament will be held on August 29 at 8 a.m. at Big Spring Lake Golf Course in Albertville
Registration for Snead State’s fall baseball league is now open.
Snead State Community College student-athletes continued to raise the bar in the classroom when the National Junior College Athletic Association announced their annual academic awards Wednesday.
Parson Days is the new student orientation at Snead State Community College. During Parson Days, students receive valuable information about advising, class registration, parking, student IDs, and campus engagement. Students are able to map their course to graduation.
Washington Nationals affiliate the Hagerstown Suns announced Tuesday that former Snead State baseball player Grant DeBruin would be headed to the 56th Annual South Atlantic League All-Star Game later this month.
The annual Spring Commencement Ceremony at Snead State Community College brought students, faculty and staff, family and special guests together to share in the successes and accomplishments of the approximately 250 graduates participating. The event was held Thursday, May 7, in the Plunkett-Wallace Gymnasium.
A special pinning ceremony for the 2015 Class of RN students was held Tuesday, May 5, at the Bevill Center. More than 40 students participated in the special ceremony that symbolized months of struggles, hardships and triumphs.
The Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Tolerance program has named Snead State Community College as a Mix It Up Model School thanks to the Pan Latino student organization’s exemplary efforts to foster respect and understanding among its students and throughout its campus during the 2014-15 school year.
Students were honored for their achievements during the annual Awards Day ceremony at Snead State Community College on Wednesday, April 22.
The Snead State Community College softball team will host three camps during this summer.
The Snead State volleyball team will hosts several camps this summer. All camps must be registered for by June 28.
The Snead State baseball team will hold tryouts for 2015-2016 on Wednesday, May 6, at 2 p.m. at the Snead State Baseball Field.
It was a disco inferno at Snead State Community College on Friday, May 1, as the Alumni Association celebrated the decade of the 1970s during the annual Alumni Homecoming event. The 2015 Alumni Homecoming wasn’t just a time to pay tribute to the 1970s. It was a time to recognize the significant contribution of two Snead alumni. The 2015 Alumna of the Year award was given to Jaime Smitherman of Boaz, and the 2015 Distinguished Service Award was given to Mary Wells Malone, also of Boaz.
Snead State Community College’s chapter of Sigma Kappa Delta, the English honor society, inducted approximately 103 new members – the largest class of inductees to date - during a spring installation ceremony on Sunday, April 26.
The Snead State softball team will host two camps in June.
Two sophomores represented Snead State Community College during the All-Alabama Academic Team Recognition Luncheon on Friday, April 10, in Birmingham. Colton Pendley of Albertville and Mallory Hambrick of Crossville were among 50 students representing two-year colleges within the Alabama Community College System. All-Alabama Academic Team students are nominated by their respective colleges.
The Snead State Community College baseball team welcomed almost 200 kids to its free camp on Sunday, April 12.
The Snead State tennis team recently won the NJCAA Region XXII Women's Tennis Championship at the Jimmy Johns Tennis Center in Decatur.
Thanks to the support and commitment from fans, donors and the community, Snead State Community College has been able to take big strides toward its goal of providing a first-class student-athlete experience.
The Snead State baseball team split a four-game series against conference rival Wallace Hanceville last week. The 2-2 series comes on the heels of a shutout over Shorter on Tuesday.
The Snead State Community College Foundation announces an appointment to its Board of Directors. Dr. Bobbie Glassco of Horton was appointed to a vacancy on the Board of Directors.
The Snead State baseball team will host a free baseball camp on Sunday, April 12, from 2-4 p.m. at the Boaz Recreation baseball fields across from Corley Elementary School.
Tryouts for the 2015-2016 Snead State basketball teams will be on Saturday, April 11, in the Plunkett Wallace Gymnasium.
Snead State Community College accepted a scholarship from Golden Living Centers to aid a first-year student in the College’s Nursing Program.
Catch up on the latest news with former Snead State baseball players.
Snead State Community College inducted a record number of students into the Theta Iota chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society during the spring induction held Tuesday, March 10.
Snead State Community College has announced the dates for the 2015-2016 dance and cheerleading tryouts.
The Snead State Community College men’s basketball team extended their win streak to four games in a row Monday night with a 68-60 win at West Georgia Technical College.
Snead State sophomore forward Duke Thomas has signed to play Alabama A&M in Huntsville, a NCAA division one school.
Snead State sophomore Mikhail Cazenave has signed a scholarship to Samford University in Birmingham.
The Snead State men’s basketball team defeated Itawamba Monday night 60-56 in a close match to earn their first win of the season. The Lady Parsons lost to Itawamba 78-61.
Volleyball tryouts will be held on Sunday, Nov. 23, from 3-5 p.m.
Coach Dee Ayres is excited about her third season at Snead State.
The Snead State Community College baseball team is sponsoring a third annual three-man scramble golf tournament on Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Boaz Country Club. The tournament will begin at 9 a.m.
NJCAA Headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colo., recently released the names of the 2013-2014 NJCAA Academic Student-Athletes Awards. Eight students at Snead State were named to the list that honors their individual academic honors.
A pair of Snead State basketball players will be able to continue their success on the court next year.
Snead State’s Caitlyn Roe was named to the All-Region Second Team for the 2014 season. Roe and four other teammates received recognition for their success this season.
The Snead State Lady Parsons will host a hitting camp on Aug. 16 from 9 a.m. – Noon at the Snead State softball field.
Three Snead State baseball players received post-season accolades following a highly successful 2014 season, and nine baseball players have committed to continue their baseball careers at the next collegiate level of play.
The Snead State volleyball team is hosting an individual camp on June 30 and July 1 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Snead State Community College has named Hannah Blackmon as its new dance team coach.
The Snead State men’s basketball team was recently recognized by the Boaz City Board of Education for their service to Corley Elementary School.
For the third year in a row, the Snead State baseball team closed out their record-winning season at the Alabama Community College Conference State Tournament. The Parsons went 1-2 at the tournament in Ozark.
The Snead State softball team will host a softball camp open to ages 6-18 on Wednesday, June 4 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Snead State softball field.
Snead State Baseball Coach Gerry Ledbetter was recently recognized for winning his 500th baseball game.
The Snead State Lady Parsons captured their seventh consecutive Alabama Community College Conference title over the weekend, winning eight of the nine championship matches.
A 10-run explosion in the ninth inning carried the Snead State Lady Parsons to a 13-5 win over Marion Military on Friday.
The Snead State baseball team went 1-1 against Martin Methodist College on Sunday.
The Snead State baseball team moved to second place in the northern division of the Alabama Community College Conference on Sunday after an intense game three with Calhoun Community College. The Parsons also split a double header Thursday night against Wallace Hanceville.
The Lady Parsons went 0-2 against Shelton Thursday and 2-0 against Marion Military Tuesday.
The Snead State volleyball team will host a middle school spring volleyball camp on Saturday, April 19, from 9 a.m. – noon in the Plunkett Wallace Gymnasium.
The Snead State Lady Parsons defeated Motlow State Wednesday 14-6 and 9-2.
Tryouts for the 2014-2015 Snead State Community College men’s basketball team will be Saturday, April 12, from 1-4 p.m. at the Plunkett Wallace Gymnasium.
Dr. Exley recently wrote a guest editorial in The Sand Mountain Reporter about Snead State Student Athletes.
After a back and forth game Saturday, Snead State took away a 9-6 win in game three of the series.
The Snead State baseball team went 1-1 against Wabash College on Sunday, Feb. 23.
The Snead State baseball team moved to 5-0 on the season as they defeated Enterprise State Thursday afternoon 11-1.
In an epic battle Monday night at Plunkett Wallace Gymnasium, the Snead State men’s basketball team took down fourth-ranked Shelton State Community College 92-80.
Snead State’s baseball team defeated Shorter College Monday afternoon 6-5 and 10-1.
The Snead State Lady Parsons softball team defeated West Georgia Technical 6-4 and 4-3 on Tuesday.
Snead State’s baseball team will open the 2014 season in Douglasville, Ga., Saturday against West Georgia Tech.
The Snead State Community College softball team is excited about the 2014 season and is expecting to begin a successful era under new head coach Tracy Grindrod.
Tracy Grindrod has been appointed as the new softball coach at Snead State Community College.