COVID-19 Update: On-site face-to-face credit classes and labs will be held as shown in the 2020 Fall Class Schedule. The first day of the Fall Semester is Monday, Aug. 24, 2020.
  • Questions about SCC?  You'll find a listing of our most frequently asked questions below.  Need to contact us?  Click here.
  • If I am placed on a waitlist, what are my options?
    Students who are on program waitlists can register for classes and use any financial aid they are eligible for to pay for these classes. All programs at SCC include general education courses as part of their curriculum. Students can take these classes in advance of starting their program-specific courses. Contact the Admissions Office or Registration Office at the campus you plan to attend for further information.
    What is the difference between a declared and an undeclared student?
    A declared student has been formally accepted into a Program of Study. Typically, a declared student plans to complete a Program of Study at SCC. Declared students have priority registration opportunities based on the number of credit hours they have completed at SCC. An undeclared student has not applied or been accepted into a Program of Study at SCC. Typically, an undeclared student is “non-degree seeking” and does not plan to graduate from SCC. Many times an undeclared student only wants to take a few classes at SCC. Undeclared students cannot use financial aid and register during general registration. General registration dates and online registration options for undeclared students are listed in the Credit Class Schedule.
    How do I schedule a campus visit?
    Campus tours can be scheduled online. You can also contact the Admissions Office at the campus you want to visit. Please have several dates available when you contact us to schedule a visit. Beatrice Campus: (402) 228-8252. Lincoln Campus: (402) 437-2600. Milford Campus: (402) 761-8243. Check the Events page for other special visit opportunities.
    What should a student with a disability know when transitioning from High School to College?
    This publication compares the differences between high school and college settings and looks at the information students, parents and teachers should know as a student makes plans to attend college.

    FAQ's

    Admissions

    If I am placed on a waitlist, what are my options?
    Students who are on program waitlists can register for classes and use any financial aid they are eligible for to pay for these classes. All programs at SCC include general education courses as part of their curriculum. Students can take these classes in advance of starting their program-specific courses. Contact the Admissions Office or Registration Office at the campus you plan to attend for further information.
    What is the difference between a declared and an undeclared student?
    A declared student has been formally accepted into a Program of Study. Typically, a declared student plans to complete a Program of Study at SCC. Declared students have priority registration opportunities based on the number of credit hours they have completed at SCC. An undeclared student has not applied or been accepted into a Program of Study at SCC. Typically, an undeclared student is “non-degree seeking” and does not plan to graduate from SCC. Many times an undeclared student only wants to take a few classes at SCC. Undeclared students cannot use financial aid and register during general registration. General registration dates and online registration options for undeclared students are listed in the Credit Class Schedule.
    How do I schedule a campus visit?
    Campus tours can be scheduled online. You can also contact the Admissions Office at the campus you want to visit. Please have several dates available when you contact us to schedule a visit. Beatrice Campus: (402) 228-8252. Lincoln Campus: (402) 437-2600. Milford Campus: (402) 761-8243. Check the Events page for other special visit opportunities.

    Students with Disabilities

    What should a student with a disability know when transitioning from High School to College?
    This publication compares the differences between high school and college settings and looks at the information students, parents and teachers should know as a student makes plans to attend college.