Admissions Home | Admissions Featured Video Did You Know, Shift Happens? Getting Started: Would you like more information? Request more information by contacting Admissions. Check out our Programs of Study online or in the College Catalog. To estimate the cost of attending, view our Tuition & Fees. For specific program costs, please see the Estimated Expense Sheets available online for your program. For an in-depth look at SCC, you may request a campus tour, visit during Open House, or register for and attend a campus event. Get your hands on a great education at SCC. You can Apply Now online or fill out a paper application and send it to the College. Please note: If you do not plan to complete a degree at SCC, but only take a few classes (and are not planning to receive federal financial aid), you do not need to complete an Application for Admission. Registration for individual classes as an undeclared student is completed at the Registration & Records Office. Basic Steps for Admission Submit your application for admission. Have copies of your high school and college transcripts sent as well as any test scores (COMPASS, ACT or ASSET). You will receive a letter from SCC telling you what admissions requirements are still needed. Once you have met all of your admission requirements, you will be given a specific guaranteed entry date for your program. Upon acceptance into a program you will receive an acceptance letter which must be signed and returned to the College within 14 days. Each Program of Study has its own requirements. (i.e. some programs require a criminal background check.) There are no "standard admission requirements" for all programs. If you have applied for a Program of Study, you will work with the Admissions Office (If you only want to take individual classes, you will work with the Registrars/Registration & Records Office.) You will be assigned a student ID#. Your SCC ID# appears on all correspondence received from SCC. The Financial Aid Office will be responsible for communicating with each student about financial aid. Once you start the FAFSA process, you can track your progress on the HUB. You will receive information about orientation and registration dates prior to the term you are scheduled to start in your program. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilitiesSCC provides services and reasonable accommodations to allow persons with disabilities to participate in educational programs and other College activities. For more information on requesting ADA reasonable accommodations, contact Student Services Office on the campus you plan to attend. Terms Term Start Date End Date Summer Quarter 2015 July 14 Sept. 23 Fall Quarter 2015 Oct. 5 Dec. 17 Winter Quarter 2016 Jan. 6 Mar. 17 Spring Quarter 2016 Mar. 30 June 9 Please see the calendar for other important dates.