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SCCC/ATS Surg Tech Program Admits New Students
07/11/2013

The Surgical Technology program at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School, Liberal, Kansas, has admitted new students to the fall 2013 class in Liberal, Kansas.

Incoming students for the 11-month program on the Liberal campus are  Guadalupe Asebedo, Angela Adler and Alisha Clark, Garden City; Leanna Garcia and Karla Ramirez, Holcomb; Morgan Garcia, Guymon, Okla; Ana Mercado, Hooker, Okla; Jose Moreno-Torres and Megan Kuehler, Satanta; and Cristina Escamilla, Estivaliz Esqueda and  Alipssa Tijerina, Liberal.  In addition, SCCC/ATS has an outreach program at Manhattan Area Technical College and students taking the Surgical Technology program there include Jaimee Tittel, Riley; Caitlan Scruggs, Deborah Murrell and Alison Coulman, Manhattan; Ariel Castile and Nathan Upton, Junction City; and Jessica Westgate, Wamego.

The lecture portion of this program is online while the clinicals are in area health care facilities that are convenient for the student.

To find out more about the program, contact Carmen Sumner, coordinator, 620-417-1411 or carmen.sumner@sccc.edu. Anyone interested in the 2014 program can begin taking general education courses now.

© SCCC/ATS Press Release
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