SCC Library Archives

Archive Collections 

Digitized SCC Memorabilia

This collection consists of Southeastern Community College (SCC) color slides, commencement exercises programs, commemorative histories, photographs, scrapbooks, student newspapers, and yearbooks digitized by the SCC Library Archives, the SCC HelpCenter, or the North Carolina Digitial Heritage Center (DigitalNC) as part of its North Carolina Memory Collection.

SCC Commencement Exercises

Browse or search digitized copies of SCC Commencement Exercises Programs (1966-2013) and select commencement programs from the SCC Adult High School Graduation (1968) and Adult High School Diploma Program (1971).


SCC Historic Materials at DigitalNC

Browse or search SCC color slides, photographs, scrapbooks, student newspapers, and yearbooks digitized by North Carolina's Digital Heritage Center (DigitalNC) as part of its North Carolina Memory collection.

Southeastern Community College:  40 Years of Excellence

Browse or search the digitized version of Southeastern Community College:  Forty Years of Excellence, a commemorative history.


SCC 50th Anniversary Pleasant Memories Slideshow

This video clip begins with the groundbreaking for SCC in 1964 and shows different departments and other interesting events from SCC's past.

EDU-Cable Videos & DVDs

Housed in the archives section of the Williamson Library, the EDU-Cable collection consists of videos and DVDs produced by the SCC EDU-Cable program.   For more information, or to access this collection, please contact Shirley Lewis, Archive Librarian.  See the Contact section below for further information.

EDU-Cable, 1991-2010

View a list EDU-Cable programs for a particular academic year by clicking on that year.


Digitized Newspapers

This collection consists of digitized clippings from local newspapers.


The News Reporter and The Tabor-Loris Tribune Clippings, 2012

Click on an article category to search or browse digitized 2012 articles from the featured newspapers.



The SCC HelpCenter is a vital part of SCC.  Housed in the Williamson Library, the HelpCenter can provide answers to any questions you pose concerning our SCC campus and operations.  Feel free to call us at (910) 642-7141, ext. 358 or email us at  You may also visit us any time during library hours.  We are here to help students, staff, faculty and our community!  If you have questions about the HelpCenter, you may also contact SCC’s Archive Librarian, Shirley Lewis at (910) 642-7141, ext. 266 or by email,

Location and Hours
The Williamson Library Archives is located in the rear section of the Williamson Library (L-Building) in our Library Offices.  To see a floor plan of the Library, view the Williamson Library Map.  The Williamson Library Archives is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Thursday, and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday.

For more information about the Williamson Library Archives and its collections, contact Shirley Lewis, Archive Librarian, via the following methods:

Phone:  (910) 642-7141, ext. 266

Special Events
The Williamson Library Archives would like to thank everyone who made our North Carolina Archives Week celebratory event a success.  Please visit the following link from the Society of North Carolina Archivists to view pictures:  Pictures from Southeastern Community College Archives Week Event.

You may also download a video of our featured speakers, Selena Rowell and L.D. Dockery, at NC Archives Week.  (Requires Windows Media Player.)

SCC Faculty and Staff Information
Consult the following link for the NC Community College System Records Retention and Disposition Schedule (applicable to the community colleges themselves not to the Department of Community College records schedule):  Retention and Disposition Schedule

Contact Williamson Library


Monday - Thursday
8:00 a.m. - 9 p.m.
8:00 a.m. - 3 p.m.

(910) 642-7141, ext. 219 
L-Building, Rm 109

Library Assistant 
(910) 642-7141, ext. 238 
L-Building, Rm 111

Library Assistant
(910) 642-7141, ext. 304 
L-Building, Rm 108

Archive Librarian 
(910) 642-7141, ext. 266 
L-Building, Rm 106