The CDL/Truck Driving program at Seward County Community College trains students in the necessary skills to enter the industry. Students learn vehicle equipment control, set up and inspections, basic maneuvering and handling, over the road records management, and preventive maintenance. With opportunities for both men and women to become truck drivers, the field is one of the fastest job markets in the country. Students who successfully graduate do so with a full CDL Class A License.
CDL/Truck Driving Students at SCCC:
• Receive hands-on training with up-to-date conventional tractors and 48' to 53' trailers
• Receive hands-on training in coupling and uncoupling, inspections, and air brake adjustments
• Learn about vehicle equipment control, vehicle set up and inspections, and basic maneuvering and handling.
• Practice driver proficiency.
Seward County Community College is a two-year institution offering 45 programs of study, including Adult Basic Education, certificate programs and associate of arts, associate of science, general studies and applied sciences degrees. Ranked in the top 5% of more than 1,100 accredited community colleges in the U.S. by the Aspen Institute, SCCC serves a student body of 2,500+ students ranging in age from 15 to 85, in a county with the highest foreign-born percentage population in the U.S., and a rural service area of about 50,997 in seven Southwest Kansas counties and a five-state region.