Fifth-grade students from Cottonwood and Sunflower Intermediate Schools in Liberal made their way to the Industrial Technology campus at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School as September came to a close. The fifth-graders toured campus and learned about the different programs available in the Industrial Technology division. SCCC/ATS automotive business management and light line transportation students led the tours. Many fifth-grade students were in awe of the new 3-D printer that was recently added to the drafting and design department, said division secretary Nicole Nee. "Another department that caught a lot of attention was machine tool technology," she said. "The students were impressed with the machinery and how it was able to create such wonderful tools and items, including all of the parts for the ever-popular campus motorcycle."