The decision to require students to have a textbook is up to each instructor. The bookstore has this information posted for each section.
To use the fitness center, students need to enroll in PHE 118. The sections are offered every eight weeks year around. The class awards one credit hour and if completed with a "C" or better, the right to use the fitness center during open hours. Since the center is first and foremost a classroom, there is no admittance during class times. Please check the schedule or call us at 636-922-8219 for the current open times.
All SCC students who have completed a PHE 118 course, and passed with a C or better, or any employee who has taken the Fitness Center orientation. See Fitness Center for more information.
Starting a new club requires three steps:
It is department policy that no calculators may be used for MAT 095 and MAT 096. It is the instructor's choice for all courses numbered MAT 098 or higher.
After you have successfully completed the PHE 118 course, you may use the fitness center as long as you are a registered part-time or full-time student here at SCC. If you are a returning student and had completed the coursework earlier, you may use the fitness center again as your status is reinstated. Due to the lapse in time, if you feel you need a "refresher," any of the staff will be glad to help you with instructions.
The SCC Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3), charitable organization that operates exclusively to promote SCC’s educational and cultural purposes. Founded in 1992, the Foundation works with the SCC Foundation Board, the St. Charles Community College President and others to coordinate private giving to SCC .
The Foundation’s mission is to improve the quality of life in our community by securing private and public funds to strengthen educational and cultural opportunities, and to enhance community awareness of SCC and the Foundation.
The DHSS (Department of Health and Senior Services) background check screens for the following state records: criminal history, sex offender registry, child abuse/neglect records, employee disqualification registry, child-care facility licensing records, and foster parent licensing records.
SCC is a tobacco-free campus. The use of tobacco products is prohibited anywhere on the college campus. This includes all buildings, common areas, building entrances, athletic fields, walking trails and parking lots. See SCC board policy 482.1 Prohibition of Tobacco Use, Smoking and Simulated Smoking for additional information.
Students enrolled in the following classes are required to have a background check.
Students enrolled in these classes are required to observe classes in K-12 schools. School districts require that anyone working directly with children have a background check before entering the school.