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Sterling College Email System | August 29, 2011

The Sterling College Microsoft Exchange Server, which houses our email, has failed. Our IT Department is currently working on the problem. We will post updates as they become available. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Turnovers Plague Warriors in Football Opener | August 27, 2011

Liberty, MO – The Sterling College Warriors got off to a good start against the William Jewell College Cardinals on Saturday evening, forcing a turnover on each of Jewell’s first two drives.  Sterling was able to convert those two turnovers into six points off of two Doug Dunn field goals before William Jewell would score 33 unanswered points to win 33-6.

Athletic Training Education Program Earns National Accreditation | August 23, 2011

Sterling College is proud to announce that the Athletic Training Education Program has been given the Continuing Accreditation award by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. The athletic training program has met all of the nationally-recognized Standards for Entry-Level Athletic Training Education, to receive the highest award of reaccreditation for ten years. The CAATE commends Sterling College for its “commitment to the advancement of quality education in Athletic Training,” as well as its “dedication to the preparation of highly qualified Athletic Training professionals.”

New Employees Join SC | August 23, 2011

Sterling College announces new employees to the SC family.

Maggie Anderson joins SC as assistant director of admissions. Maggie has an undergrad music degree and an MBA from George Fox University. She has been an admissions training specialist for American Intercontinental University.

Manely Named President Elect of NAIA Athletic Training Association | August 16, 2011
Pete Manely

Pete Manely, exercise science department chair and certified athletic trainer (ATC) at Sterling College, has been named the President Elect of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Athletic Training Association.  Manely is also the President of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) Athletic Training Association.

SC Volleyball Recieves AVCA Team Academic Award | August 16, 2011

Lexington, Ky. - The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) has announced  that the Sterling College Volleyball Program is one of 481 teams that have earned the AVCA Team Academic Award for the 2010-2011 season.  This number once again breaks the previous years' total of 450 and sets a new all-time high for this award. 

New Accounting Concentration Offered for Business Majors | August 15, 2011

The new school year is upon us. In addition to new students, new faculty, and new staff, Sterling College is starting this year with a new concentration: Accounting. With the addition of business professor, Irene Barkman, Sterling College is now able to offer Accounting as new area of study for business majors. 

New Faculty Join SC | August 15, 2011
Faculty

FacultySterling College has announced several new additions to its faculty.

Dr. Raymond Anderson will be joining the college as an associate professor of communications. Dr. Anderson has taught courses in video production and direction, broadcast news, scriptwriting and more. He played a significant role in growing the major at George Fox University during his years at the school.

Sterling College Quiznos Franchise Closing | August 4, 2011

Sterling College announces today that it will close the Sterling College Quiznos franchise on August 5, 2011. After careful consideration, the College has deemed it best to close the franchise after determining that it is no longer a viable business venture of benefit to both the students and the College.

Warrior Football Picked Fifth at KCAC Media Day | August 4, 2011
Football Media Day 2011

Salina, Kan. – The 2011 KCAC Football Season started with a bang on Wednesday with the 2011 KCAC Media Day in Salina, Kansas.  At Media Day, two different preseason polls, the KCAC Coaches’ Poll and the KCAC Media Poll, are voted on.  Sterling College was picked to finish fifth by the KCAC Coaches and fourth by the KCAC Media.