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It's our turn to serve you.
As a veteran, you rank high in our eyes. SCC has been designated a 2015 Military-Friendly school, which honors the schools who are doing the most to ensure educational success for veterans.
With veterans' scholarship programs, a Student Veterans Organization, Student Veterans Lounge and Veterans Week events in the fall, we're prepared to do everything we can to help ease the transition from military life to college life.
Here's what you need to know to make the admissions process as smooth as possible:
- You can apply any time during the year.
- First, you'll want to apply for VA Education Benefits (GI Bill). Keep in mind – this can take up to 90 days.
- Complete an SCC Application for Admission.
- Request that your military transcript and official transcripts from EACH educational institution you've attended be sent to the SCC Enrollment Services Department.
- Submit a Request for Transfer Evaluation Form (if sending transcripts) and declare a degree. This is important – transcripts sent to SCC without this form won't be automatically evaluated.
About two weeks after we receive your transcripts, you'll receive a transfer evaluation report showing which courses were accepted.
- 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. Have questions? Visit Academic Counseling.
- If you're receiving education benefits under Chapter 31 (Vocational Rehab) or Chapter 33 (Post 9/11), your classes will be held upon receipt of your Veteran Certification Request Form. This request needs to be completed seven business days prior to the payment due date to secure your courses.
- Students receiving education benefits under any of the following are required to pay for courses by the tuition payment deadline:
- Chapter 30
- Chapter 35
- Chapter 1606
- Chapter 1607