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On Your Mark. Get Set. Go.
SCC is the perfect place to kick off your collegiate career. We have four National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division 1 teams – men's and women's soccer, baseball and softball, with full and partial scholarships offered to select athletes.
Or take a run at walking on – open tryouts are held for each sport, too. That sound you hear now is the roar of the crowd as you enter ... the SCC admissions process.
Sure, it's just the administrative staff, but we're really happy you're going to be a Cougar.
We've put together a list to coach you through the process:
- You can apply any time during the year.
- First, you'll need to complete an Application for Admission. (A+ Scholarship student? Make sure you read this.)
- Apply for financial aid and scholarships. If you're receiving the A+ Scholarship, get in touch with the Financial Aid Office and let your academic counselor know. And as an A+ Scholarship student, you must see an academic counselor each time you add or drop a course. https://www.stchas.edu/admissions/what-kind-student-are-you/student-athlete
- Schedule an appointment to meet with an athletic academic counselor and register for classes. Together you'll review your test results and the counselor will help you select courses.
- 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
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.
Students who withdraw from COL 101 will have a "hold" put on their registration for the following semester. For all the details, go to Academic Counseling.