Recently Visited Pages
Take advantage of this at-a-glance look at the pages on the SCC website you most often visit. Use this as a tool to navigate quickly to info you need the most. Take it one step further and click the star in the top right corner to ensure your favorite pages remain on your list of Visited Pages.
World Languages and Global Studies Initiative
At SCC, your Global Classroom can prepare you for a global workplace! The WLGS Initiative is designed to promote global studies and encourage language learning. For more information on the initiative or to have a resource added, contact email@example.com.
Dawn Huffman, chair of World Languages and Cultures firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: Students who are judged to have native proficiency in any language offered by the Foreign Language and Global Studies Program at SCC may not enroll nor be given credit for foreign language courses in their native language.
Retroactive credit is available to students who enroll for the first time in a foreign language course and who have already studied the target language before attending SCC. SCC will not grant credit for course work in which a student has already earned credit through another source, such as advanced placement, testing, or transfer. Only students who complete language courses 102, 201, or 202 with a grade of 75 percent or better may receive retroactive credit for foreign language courses 101 or 102. Since native speakers may not enroll nor be given credit for foreign language courses in their native language, they are not eligible to receive retroactive credit for these courses. Retroactive credit is available only to students who are eligible to enroll in the courses that they are bypassing. If you are planning to transfer, be advised that some colleges and universities do not accept retroactive credit. For more information, contact the Arts & Humanities office in the Humanities Building, Room 203.
Dr. Dawn K. Adams-Huffman, chair Academic English as a Second Language and Intensive English
- SCC Career Center
- Jenny Hahn Schnipper, director
- The 10 Coolest Jobs You Can Get Learning Foreign Language
- What Languages do Undergraduates Study and Why?
- The Career Connection – Foreign Languages as a Career Asset: The Importance of Foreign Language Knowledge and Intercultural Competence
- Interpreters and Translators: Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Seal of Biliteracy
- St. Charles County Library
- Foreign Language Teaching Association of Missouri
- American Council on Teaching of Foreign Languages
- TESOL International Organization (Advocating Excellence in English Language Teaching)
- National Council on Less CommonlyTaught Languages
- Foreign Language Association of Missouri
Virginia Guneyli, chair, Global Studies
- Study Abroad
- Diversity Certificate of Specialization
- Service Learning and Civic Engagement
- English as a Second Language Culture Chats
- Cultural Speaker Series: English Language and Culture Institute
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- International Student Services
- ACE Tutoring Center
- College for Kids (offering cultural opportunities)