Preparing to take classes in spring 2015?
If you are a current or returning student:
If you are a First-Time Freshman and/or new student:
If you are new to SCC and preparing to register, check out How to Apply. Select the type of student you are and follow the steps for registering.
Planning to transfer? Starting a new career? Looking for certification? Totally undecided?
No worries! Academic counselors are here to help! If you are looking for some guidance on which classes to take, information on where to transfer, or how to enter an Allied Health field, look no further than ADM 1204.
Academic counselors are dedicated to making your experiences at St. Charles Community College as quality and stress-free as possible. To book an appointment to meet with an academic counselor, see our Online Scheduling System or call 636-922-8241.
Don't need an appointment, but have a quick question? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help us help you! Take part in your advising appointment by filling out the Advising Checklist to go over with your Academic Counselor. This will ensure that you and your advisor are on the same page!
We know it's your first time, so we want you to get the most out of your advising session possible. Fill out the Freshman Advising Checklist to help us get started on this adventure together!
An assessment series in basic academic skills such as writing, reading comprehension and mathematics is administered to entering students. Results are used in placing the students in appropriate courses. Any student taking an English or math course or any first-time freshman taking 6 or more credit hours must take the assessment tests before enrolling. Students who took the ACT should bring their score report with them to the Assessment Center. ACT subtest scores will be used to determine whether or not you need to take all or part of the Academic Skills Assessment.
Smart Start Registration Preparation sessions are required for first time freshmen. Online sessions are available at: stchas.edu/smartstart.
Students should contact the Enrollment Services Department at 636-922-8246 or 636-922-8241 or visit ADM 1204 if they are interested in pursuing any of the career-technical programs toward earning an Associate of Science or Associate of Applied Science degree. Allied Health programs require special applications and/or admission requirements. Students should meet with a career-technical counselor to apply for these programs once admitted to SCC.
Students who wish to graduate from SCC and transfer with junior standing should carefully plan a program of study to meet the requirements needed for the major at the transfer institution. Contact the Enrollment Services Department concerning academic advising and the transfer process.
Suggested curriculum guides are available for college programs. These guides indicate how you may complete your course of studies within a particular time frame. There are also transfer guides available for many majors at area colleges and universities. See our transfer pages for more information.
Selecting a major and choosing a career are difficult decisions likely to affect you for many years. For assistance in the selection process, contact the Career Services Center for personal interviews and help sessions. The Career Services Center maintains a job information database and also provides courses in career planning. Various types of assessment instruments are available to help students understand themselves better and to help set realistic goals.
SCC provides mental health counseling for SCC credit students. Confidential appointments can be scheduled by calling 636-922-8571 or 636-922-8536. The counselor is located in ADM 1204. The counselor will provide short-term counseling services and will make referrals to community providers if necessary.