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You did it, or you soon will.
Graduating from high school, or getting your GED or HiSET certificate, is no small feat.
Enrolling at SCC is a step towards a career you can be proud of. In just two years, you could leave prepped and ready with an associate degree. Or, if you're like most SCC students, you'll have your gen eds behind you and sprint to the finish at a traditional four-year college or university.
If you are looking at options early, and want to get a jump on credits, you may want to dual-enroll in college classes – an option for high school juniors and seniors. Just check out the Steps to Dual Enroll at SCC below and you're on your way.
Here's what you need to know to apply if you have already graduated high school:
You can apply any time during the year by completing an Application for Admission. (A+ Scholarship students make sure you read this.) You will then get your Welcome Packet in the mail with your student ID# and login credentials for your SCC Portal.
Request your high school transcript or GED/HiSet Certification be sent to email@example.com.
Login to your MySCC Portal and SCC Cougar Email Account using the login credentials found in your Welcome packet or email. If you need help logging into your SCC Portal, just reach out to our I.T. Service Desk at 636-922-8555 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email email@example.com from your SCC account to request going over your degree interest and to get registered for classes. You will receive a response about your next steps and how to meet remotely/virtually with an SCC Academic Advisor.
- Visit the Academic Advising website to review an advising checklist, Student Planning tutorials,and commonly utilized resources.
High school juniors or seniors may enroll in college-level classes and start earning college credit. The credits earned will be recorded on an SCC transcript and may be used to fulfill degree requirements at SCC or at a transfer institution's discretion.
Please note: Failure to successfully complete courses through the Dual Enrollment Program may impact future financial assistance eligibility.
Requirements to be eligible for dual enrollment:
- Must have the dual enrollment form signed by your high school official, your parent and yourself.
- Have at least a 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) high school grade point average. (Some high school districts require a higher GPA to participate.)
- Students enrolled in 6 credit hours or in math or English courses may be required to complete the SCC Assessment.
- The signature of the SCC Dual Credit Coordinator (Kathy Brockgreitens) for registration your first semester in dual enrollment.
- A completed dual enrollment application form is required every semester of enrollment.
Dual Enrollment Registration Process:
Complete a Dual Enrolled Application, signed by high school counselor, parent and student. Then email it to our Dual Credit Coordinator, Kathy Brockgreitens at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will register you for the class(es) and send you your schedule along with instructions on how to pay tuition.
Take the Academic Skills Assessment (Assessment Center is currently closed due to pandemic)
(Under Age 16? You will need to contact Kathy Brockgreitens at email@example.com for special permission.)
Pay Tuition and Fees in Full. Save time and pay online via mySCC.
Obtain Picture ID and Parking Tags.(Do this once we are back on campus)
Purchase materials needed for each course at the Campus Store.
Developmental courses or physical education courses ARE NOT available to dual-enrolled or home-schooled students until your high school curriculum is completed. If you 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.