Students may apply for admission anytime during the year. Admission to the college does not guarantee entrance into a particular course or program of study. This list will help guide you through the enrollment process.
Apply for Financial Assistance and Scholarships.
If receiving the A+ Scholarship, contact the Financial Assistance Office and inform your academic counselor. A+ Scholarship students MUST SEE an Academic Counselor each time you add or drop courses.
Take the Academic Skills Assessment.
ACT PLACEMENT SCORE INFORMATION: If you achieved at least the minimum score on the ACT sub-tests listed below, you are NOT required to take the Academic Skills Assessment.
ACT Scores are valid for two years.
If you placed high enough in one subject area to waive the assessment test but not in another subject area, you will need to take the assessment test for 'that' particular subject area.
Please bring a copy of your ACT scores in case the college does not have your scores loaded in our system.
Schedule an appointment to meet with an Academic Counselor and Register for Classes.
Your test results will be reviewed with you by an academic counselor and the counselor will help you select courses.
Prior to meeting with a counselor, all first time college students must complete a What's Next Pre-Advising Registration Preparation session.
TO COMPLETE WHAT'S NEXT?:
Complete What's Next? Pre-Advising Registration. Simply click: WHAT'S NEXT?
COL-101 – Orientation to College is required for all first-time freshmen who take 9 or more credit hours in fall or spring, or 5 or more credit hours in the summer term. Students who withdraw from COL-101 will have a “hold” put on their registration for the following semester.
For more info: Academic Counseling
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Buy your Textbooks.
Sign up for SCC Connection.
Access your final grades, personal SCC records and register for upcoming semesters. You must complete one full semester before you can register online.