Writing

Business writing is a type of written business communication used in a professional setting by defining the reader, then purpose, and finally providing information that the target reader needs and reads to know or do something. It is written in correct, clear, concise, and engaging language to provide information that is logical, well-ordered, and result-driven.

Press Releases

South Suburban College Men’s Basketball Head Coach John Pigatti Recognized by Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame

SOUTH HOLLAND, IL–The Illinois Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) Hall of Fame honored John Pigatti, Head Coach of the South Suburban College (SSC) Bulldogs Basketball Team, as a recipient of the IBCA Men’s College Coach of the Year Award for the National Junior...

South Suburban College Partners to Offer Free Manufacturing Skills and Training Bootcamp

SOUTH HOLLAND, IL–South Suburban College (SSC) and the Calumet Area Industrial Commission (CAIC) have partnered to offer a free Manufacturing Skills and Training Bootcamp. This 80-hour, 5-week program prepares individuals for college-level manufacturing programs and...

South Suburban College Awarded Grant to Support Early Childhood Education

SOUTH HOLLAND, IL– South Suburban College (SSC) was awarded a $847,867.68 grant by the Illinois Community College Board (ICCB). SSC is working with colleges across the State of Illinois under the Early Childhood Access Consortium for Equity Act to provide support for...

South Holland Resident Fatima Serrato Sworn in as Student Trustee at South Suburban College

SOUTH HOLLAND, IL–South Suburban College (SSC) student Fatima Serrato was sworn in as Student Trustee at the college’s May meeting of the Board of Trustees. She was welcomed to her new role by Chairman Terry R. Wells. Feeling a bit too comfortable with her life...

Former Defendant Finds Redemption as Advocate for Underserved

“It is not until you have experienced injustice that you can have a true appreciation for justice,” said Jarrett Adams, who at the age of 17 was wrongfully convicted of a crime that he did not commit. Jarrett was sentenced to 28 years in a maximum-security prison...