If you are still on the fence about college, you may want to meet with an admissions counselor. During this one-on-one appointment, you will learn about our degree programs, financial aid, and most importantly, about the many resources here to help you succeed in your college journey. Concerned about academics? We have helpful academic counselors, Success Coaches, and the ACE Tutoring Center. Worried about money? We have helpful financial counselors and a financial literacy website for your use. SCC wants you to feel good about this decision. Working with an admissions counselor will help you feel informed, confident, and ready to register for college courses.
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Applying is easy! We have an open-admission policy, which means if you have a high school diploma or its equivalent, you’re in and we can’t wait to see you in the halls.
Good decision. No, great decision.
Have you been a high school graduate for five years or more and are now ready to tackle that college degree? Or, did you actually try college a few years back and for whatever reason, it wasn't your thing? That's okay, because now you know that college is definitely in your future.
What a great decision! The SCC team applauds you. You will never regret getting a college degree; it will give you greater employment opportunities, earning potential, and a lot of personal satisfaction over your lifetime.
About 30 percent of our students are 22 years are older and fall into this "returning learner" category. These students are often financially independent from their parents, work full time or nearly full time, and often have children of their own. Add two to three college courses, and that is a recipe for some serious stress!
To help you manage this successful transition from "working adult" to "working adult and student," SCC offers the following:
This is your opportunity to go from confident about college to "I've definitely got this." College Success Seminar will inform you about the same things you learned with your admissions counselor only in much more depth. You'll get to know the campus well, interview a college panel of faculty and staff, understand how to run a degree audit, register for classes, practice time management and study skills, learn about Career Services, and more! Students who attend all class sessions and complete the practical, application-oriented homework on time (none of it is difficult) are destined for their first college "A." This one-credit hour course is offered two ways – as a
10-week course and as a 9-day intensive seminar preceding main semesters.
Here's what you need to know to apply for admission and register for classes:
- Complete an Application for Admission; you can do this at any time during the year.
- If you attended previous educational institutions, send your official transcripts from EACH institution to Enrollment Services. You also must complete and submit a Request for Evaluation to Enrollment Services to have your courses evaluated for SCC credit.
- Take the Academic Skills Assessment.
ACT PLACEMENT SCORE INFORMATION: If you achieved at least the following minimum ACT sub-test scores, congratulations - you are NOT required to take the Academic Skills Assessment for that subject.21ACT score in English for automatic placement in ENG 101.18ACT score in reading for a reading course not to be required.Use placement tool to determine your first math course
If you are currently a high school student or graduated in the last 3 years, please bring a copy of your high school transcript and ACT scores with you in case they're not already loaded into our system.
A couple of things you need to know:
- If you placed high enough in one subject to waive the assessment test, but not in another, you'll need to take the assessment test for that particular subject area.
- ACT Scores and High School GPA's are valid for three years.