Learning center offers dual credit
30 Sep 2020
In April of 2021, the Southeast Community College Learning Center in Hebron will celebrate three years.
The former Thayer Central primary school — SCC took full ownership in July — underwent a complete remodel with new drywall and paint, and carpet installed over the tile floors.
“We added a lot of technology in each room,” coordinator Crystal Fangmeier, who came on three months before the learning center opened, said. She likes her job and providing opportunities for students. “I’m always happy to hear what people want as far as classes and programs. Our president, Paul Illich, is very invested in the learning centers.” The college now has centers in six cities, Hebron included.
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