Established in 1986 with the first classes held in 1987, St. Charles Community College is a public, comprehensive two-year community college with associate degrees and certificate programs in the arts, business, sciences and career-technical fields. SCC provides workforce training and community-based personal and professional development as well as cultural, recreational and entertainment opportunities.
|Financial Aid||36% of students receive some form of financial aid (2009-10)|
|Average Class Size||24 (Fall 2010)|
|Intercollegiate Teams||Men’s Baseball; Women’s Fast-Pitch Softball; Men's Soccer; Women's Soccer|
|Club Sports||Roller Hockey (eight-time national champions); Basketball
|School Colors||Maroon and gray|
There are more than 30 academic, leadership and social organizations available to students, including:
Phi Theta Kappa, the national two-year college honor society
The college district covers nearly all of St. Charles County, comprising the Francis Howell, St. Charles, Wentzville, Fort Zumwalt and Orchard Farm school districts.
SCC’s broader service area includes the counties of Callaway, Lincoln, Montgomery and Pike.
St. Charles Community College maintains an open-admissions policy providing higher education to all persons who can benefit from its programs and courses.
The college serves students from a variety of educational backgrounds in keeping with its goals of providing quality, affordable education to residents throughout the area.
Effective Summer 2013
(Per Credit Hour)
|Out-of-State and International Students||$215|
|Full year (unduplicated)
|Fall 2012 Semester||7,724|
|Average (mean) age of students||24|
|Average (median) age of students||20|
|Most students of any age||19|
|High school dual-enrolled
& others (age 14-17)
|Main county of origin –
St. Charles County
|Percent of Spring 2012
St. Charles County high school graduates attending SCC in Fall 2012
|Corporate and Community Development
|(Numbers vary each semester)|