Deciding to further your education is a big step, and we are here to help. Choosing the right college for you can be daunting. Download our helpful Ten Tips For Choosing a College
to help you get started.
Whether you decide to jump start your college career by starting at SCC and transferring to a four-year institution, or you just want to test the waters and take a few classes while working full-time, SCC truly is Your Community...Your College...Your Way.
How on earth will I pay for college?
Can I earn college credit while I'm still in high school?
The Early College Program is a dual credit program at SCC that lets high school students earn both high school and college credit at the same time.
With the Early College Program you can find out what college is like before graduating from high school, get a head start on college classes and save money on college tuition by graduating quicker. Learn more about SCC Early College Program
Think it's too late for you? Think again...
SCC offers programs for youths age 16-20 who are at risk of leaving high school or who have already left high school without earning a diploma. If you have found that the high school scene is too difficulut or challenging, but you do desire to earn a high school diploma, check out our Gateway to College
program. When you decide to move forward, SCC is here to help.
Credits earned before high school graduation do not count against semester limits for the LIFE scholarship. Receipt of Lottery Tuition Assistance may affect eligibility for the Academic Competitiveness.
It is the responsibility of Spartanburg Community College to advise students of the necessity to determine the transferability of individual courses to colleges other than the colleges within the South Carolina Technical College System.
- Steps to Admissions Understand the admissions process by going over the steps involved to forwarding your education.
- Apply Online Apply for admission conveniently online. Save your information and return to complete later - you decide, it's up to you!
- Important Dates Keep up with deadlines and information sessions.
- Request a Visit Contact recruiting or an admissions counselor to make an appointment for a visit or campus tour.