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Seminole State College’s Belles Basketball Program will sponsor a girls’ basketball camp June 3-6 for grades three through eight. The four-day camp will be held in the College’s Raymond Harber Field House from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will cost $60.
Campers will receive individual instruction in basketball fundamentals to improve their game, as well as have the opportunity to play in daily games to further their basketball understanding. Participants will have a 30-minute lunch break each day. A concession with snacks and drinks will be provided and pizza will be sold for $1.50 per slice. Campers will also receive a T-shirt with their registration fee.
Registration will be held from 8:45 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Monday, June 3. Those needing additional information or wanting to pre-register for the camp should contact SSC Head Belles Basketball Coach Rita Story-Schell at (405) 382-9223.
Seminole State College’s summer semester classes begin Monday, June 3. Students interested in taking college courses during the seven-week term may enroll without special permission through Wednesday, June 5.
Class schedules detailing course offerings are available on the SSC College’s Web site at www.sscok.edu. Students interested in attending the fall semester are also encouraged to enroll now. The fall semester will begin Monday, August 19. A special two-week fall intersession is scheduled for July 29-Aug. 16. Interested students are encouraged to enroll for the classes now.
SSC’s Admissions Office Summer Hours are open 8 a.m.-6 p.m. on Monday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday. During June and July offices will be closed on Friday. For more information on classes or enrollment at Seminole State, contact the SSC Admissions Office at (405) 382-9230.
Seminole State College is offering a series of two-week long Kids Summer Camp activities throughout the summer. The two-week camps run June 3 through Aug. 1, Monday through Thursday and will focus on a variety of kid-friendly learning activities.
June camps include “Archery,” “Lego Camp,” “Math Centers Galore,” “Piano for Beginners,” “Pottery for Kids,” and “Fishing Camp,” “Digital Photography,” and “Outdoor Education Camp.” July camps focus on “Reading Camp,” “Introduction to Water Skills,” “Fundamental Aquatic Skills,” “Swim Stroke Development Skills,” “Swim Stroke Improvement Skills” and “Parent/Child Aquatics.”
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GOV 1113 18 ZAP 4630
Do you know your First Amendment rights?
Do you know how to influence change in policy?
Learn the answers to these questions and others by enrolling in this engaging and informative class about the foundation, structrure, and workings of our Federal Government.
Introduction to Sociology (SOC 1113 13 ZAP 4809)
! Do you want to learn how interaction in society impacts your life?
Enroll in this class to discuss these questions and others as you learn about the fundamentals of Sociology and the development of social institutions and the relating social processes.
Other classes available include:General Psychology