SCC President Dr. Anthony Clarke presented Budget Requests to Columbus County Commissioners

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SCC President Dr. Anthony Clarke presented the operating and capital budget requests at the Columbus County Commissioners meeting on Monday, April 16, 2018. Some of the factors discussed included the importance of updating security on campus and money to reasonably modernize buildings to better serve Columbus County.

“We’re always trying to make sure our faculty and students are as safe as possible…not investing in the campus now would lead to problems years down the line.”

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