The following persons also may be admitted with special student status as defined below:
A new application is required under the following situations:
Admission to the college does not guarantee entrance into a particular course or program of study. The college reserves the right to establish selective admissions procedures and to give preference to residents of the St. Charles Community College District. Prospective career/technical students must see a counselor before they declare a major in the program.
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.
See Board Policy 402-Admissions.
If you apply to SCC as a dual-enrolled student and want to take developmental courses (courses below 100 level), physical education courses or would like to take more than 6 credit hours, you must write a letter of appeal explaining your situation to the dean of academic advising and transfer services. Letters of support from your principal or high school counselor will be necessary. Any other exception that is unique to your situation must also be addressed in this manner.
Students transferring from other colleges or universities are eligible for admission to SCC with advanced standing. Credits for courses in which passing grades have been earned may be accepted in transfer at the registrar’s discretion. Students who want to transfer credits to SCC from an accredited college or university may do so by requesting that official transcripts from each institution attended be sent directly to the Enrollment Services Department.