402 Admissions

402 Admissions

P-402.1 Any person seeking regular admission to the College must meet one of the following requirements: earn a high school diploma, earn the GED/HISET certificate, or reach the age of 18 and demonstrate the ability to benefit through the student assessment process.
Pr-402.1.1 Students are encouraged to submit ACT scores. Students applying for Allied Health programs may be required to submit ACT scores.
P-402.2 The following persons also may be admitted with special student status as defined below:
  1. High school students 16 years of age or older who have completed "dual enrollment" requirements. Dual enrollment is a special admissions program whereby high school students may enroll in up to six hours per semester of college credit courses with the permission of high school and College officials and parents. 

  2. Young adults 16 years of age or older who can verify that they have severed all connections with their high school district and demonstrate the ability to benefit through the student assessment process. 

  3. High school students under the age of 16:
    1. Complete the St. Charles Community College Application for Admission.
    2. Submit a Special Admissions Application.
    3. Submit a high school transcript indicating a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher (on a 4.0 scale).
    4. Submit ACT or SAT scores or take campus-based assessments that demonstrate college readiness in all areas (math, reading, and English). Freshmen and sophomores are required to place in the 90th percentile on a standardized test such as the ACT or SAT.
    5. Submit at least one letter of recommendation from a school official.
    6. Meet with the Director of Academic Advising.

Students under the age of 14 are not admissible.

P-402.3 Admission to the College does not guarantee entrance into a particular course or program of study.
P-402.4 Student status begins upon acceptance to the college or program. Student status continues whether or not the college’s academic programs are in session. Student status ends upon graduation from SCC or after a student has not enrolled for one academic year.
P-402.5 The college may restrict or deny admission to any applicant whose record of behavior indicates that his or her admission may create a threat or potential danger to the college community.

Content Owner: Academic Affairs
Issued: 08/1993
Revised: 06/2001, 01/2013, 07/2015, 05/2016

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