The SCC seal is the emblem of the institution. It is made up of two concentric circles. The words, “SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, Midsayap, Cotabato, Philippines”, are inscribed between the two circles. In the inner circle lies a triangle inscribed with the institution’s ideals. At its base is the word, “FAITH” and at each of the sides thereof, the words, “CHARACTER” and “SERVICE”. Inside the triangle is an open Bible and written across it is the phrase “THE TRUTH”. The Bible symbolizes the Christian faith. On the background is the map of Mindanao, symbolizing the communities that the College serves. The emblem also reflects the College’s colors, blue and gold and its year of establishment, 1949.

        The Board of Trustees made revisions in the SCC seal in 2012. Hitherto, inscribed in the seal were the Latin words FIDES (faith), FORTITUDO (character), and SERVITIUM (service).



        Southern Christian College seeks a life of faith, learning and action that will develop people into becoming intellectually competent and honest, morally and ethically sensitive, creatively aware and responsive to the needs, aspiration and realization of a just, free and responsible social order.