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Intramurals

The Intramural Department at Sterling College strives to provide a broad, competitive variety of physical and social activities designed to meet the interests of the students, faculty and staff of SC.

Participants have an opportunity to choose from various team sports and individual activities. The program offers equal opportunity for participation to both genders, regardless of their ability or skills. Sportsmanship is important for every Intramural Sports contest.

Business Office

Business Office Information and Staff

Sterling College Payment Plan
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Business Office Fax Number: (620) 278-4411

Residence Life

Residence halls are more than just places to eat and sleep. They are where you develop meaningful friendships, explore new ideas and get involved. The Residence Hall Staff cultivates an atmosphere where students grow personally, spiritually, socially, emotionally and culturally.

Career Services

We offer a variety of services to help students formulate a vision for their lives that aligns their strengths, goals and academic interests. Assistance is available for career assessment and exploration, resume and cover letter preparation, job searching, interview preparation, and graduate school preparation.

Career Services Offered

Career Counseling

Career Services offers one-on-one counseling appointments to help students identify their interests, abilities, values, and motivations when choosing their career path and/or major. Career assessments are available for use during this process.
 

Life/Work Planning

What is Life/Work Planning?

Clubs and Organizations

Whether you're into leadership, journalism, history or board games, we have an organization where you'll fit right in. And if we don't, you can work with the Student Government Association (SGA) to create your own! The members of SGA are elected officials who act as the voice of the students to the administration, and CAB (Campus Activity Board) members plan and oversee all student events and organizations. Learn more below!

Detailed History
1886 The Synod of Kansas accepts Sterling's proposal to locate a synodical college in the town on the condition that the first building, Cooper Hall, be completed in time for classes to start November 1, 1887.