Southeast Community College is excited to offer educational and training opportunities to the area but we need your help to determine what classes you would like to have us offer. Please contact Cindy Meyer, Learning Center at Nebraska City coordinator, with your ideas and suggestions at 402-323-3636.
The Learning Center is located at:
819 Central Avenue
Nebraska City, NE 68410
For a full listing of credit classes at all locations:
Schedule for Fall Semester 2019Schedule for Spring Quarter 2019
Print a Credit Courses Registration Form
A limited number of credit and Dual Credit Advantage classes are offered toward completing General Education classes at SCC:
As the College submits and receives approval from the Nebraska Coordinating Commission for Post-Secondary Education to offer entire programs at each Learning Center, the classes offered will expand. Class locations include the Learning Centers, high schools, libraries, and other facilities in the area.
The Learning Center in Nebraska City offers a selection of noncredit workforce opportunities that serves the region. If you are interested in…
Print a Non-credit Courses Registration Form
If you don’t see a class listed, please click on the “Suggest a class” link.
View all July-Sept. 2019 classes
The Learning Center at Nebraska City offers a variety of leisure and personal enrichment classes at the Learning Center, high schools, libraries and other facilities in the communities with the region. These classes are to…
AE/GED® classes run continuously in locations throughout southeast Nebraska. Adult Basic Education classes help students improve their basic skills for work, school, employment, GED® testing, or self-satisfaction. Students are assessed during orientation to determine their specific needs, and instruction is based accordingly. Teachers and tutors provide confidential instruction to all participants.
Volunteer tutors are an important part of our AE/GED® program. Volunteer tutors assist students with GED® preparation, English as a Second Language or basic skills in the areas of reading, math and language. Requirements for becoming a volunteer tutor are simple: a high school diploma or GED® and a willingness to help students learn!
Classes are offered throughout southeast Nebraska for individuals who want to improve their English listening and speaking skills. As part of a Career Pathways program, all students will have the opportunity to improve employability skills and prepare for college or a career. Citizenship information also is available.
No registration fee, all classes are free.
For more information on Basic Skills, GED® Preparation, English as a Second Language, or being a volunteer, please contact the Adult Education office at 402-437-2719; 800-828-0072, ext. 2719; or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We welcome your interest in this scholarship and wish you success as you pursue your educational goals. Complete the application if you are in need of financial assistance for any workforce development (or job related) class, either credit or non-credit, as long as there is no award of federal financial aid. The completed scholarship application and course registration form must be completed to be considered for the scholarship award.
Application and Registration Form
Due two weeks before the course start date.
If approved and funds are available, the scholarship will award 75% of the tuition. Student will be responsible for the cost of books, fees or supplies, if applicable. The scholarship is intended to help students taking courses to improve job-related skills. Applicants will be notified of the scholarship committee’s decision within 3-5 days prior to the beginning of the course.
Strength of personal need statement and demonstrate financial need
Southeast Community College
Learning Center at Nebraska City
819 Central Avenue
Nebraska City, NE 68410
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Placement Testing – Next Generation ACCUPLACER®: This is one of the course placement tests utilized by SCC and other Nebraska community colleges. The Center provides the Next Generation ACCUPLACER® test free to high school students ages 16 and older. High school graduates receive one free test. Additional tests cost $15 each.
Proctor Tests: Center staff proctor tests set up by SCC faculty for students in their class for free. Proctoring tests for other colleges is $25 per test.
Connection to SCC Services: The Learning Center staff is available to assist in making connections via phone or video with SCC services. In-person meetings at the LC may also be arranged.
Suggest a leisure-learning class
Please suggest leisure-learning classes that you would like us to offer at this location and view the suggestions to date.
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