Welcome to Online Learning at Southeast Community College! How about earning some credits from the comfort of your own home? SCC offers high-quality courses, as well as a variety of services available on campus, including admissions, advising, tutoring, bookstore services and access to the Library Resource Center. Distance education serves students who need ways to access quality education at times, places and formats that meet their needs. Distance learning courses use the same curriculum and meet the same standards as those offered face-to-face on SCC’s three campuses. Several state-of-the-art teaching technologies are used in the delivery of the distance learning courses. But we realize that online learning isn’t for everyone. That’s why we encourage you to take the Readiness Index for Learning Online. It’s FREE, and you’ll have a better idea whether you’re ready to take online classes.
SCC Online is the College’s credit and Continuing Education courses via the Internet. Online courses follow the College calendar and begin each July, October, January, and March. SCC offers more than 300 courses online per term. Some programs can be completed entirely online. Others offer a major portion of the curriculum online. Whether online, face-to-face or hybrid, which is a blend of online and face-to-face, SCC has a delivery system that will fit your busy schedule.
Ever thought about continuing your education but felt like you didn't have the time to fit school into your hectic day and evening? How about trying one of our online courses or seeking one of our many degrees. They're designed to be convenient yet educational so you obtain the knowledge you need to succeed and get ahead in this fast-paced world.
Southeast Community College is a State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement Institution.
As a State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement Institution, we are unable to offer online or distance courses to students in the following states/areas: California, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Florida, Kentucky, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Utah and Wisconsin. Although not a SARA school, Connecticut does allow SCC to offer 100 percent online courses and programs.
Is online learning right for you? Fill out our "Readiness
Index for Learning Online" questionnaire and find out.
For assistance with SCC's Web-based education system, visit Southeast Community College Moodle Support.
SCC Online addresses the changing nature of work, home life and learning with the creative
use of educational technology. You are at the gates of our virtual campus, a campus that
extends SCC’s educational programs to learners around the globe. Our online program
provides a complete academic environment. It draws on the expertise of SCC’s faculty; it
provides learner support that ranges from advising to online registration; and it offers access to
a wide range of resources, including the College’s library system.
You have an opportunity to do homework with others in your class, to join in collaborative
discussions led by the instructor, and to participate in a wide range of educational activities, all
thanks to a cyberspace journey of just a few seconds.
SCC programs currently provided online:
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Southeast Community College is committed to resolving student grievances, complaints and concerns in an expeditious, fair and amicable manner. The purpose of the student grievance procedure is to secure, at the lowest level possible, equitable and timely solutions to problems that may arise. A Student attending Southeast Community College at a distance who has a concern, complaint or a need to resolve an issue or grievance should contact Bruce Exstrom, Ph.D. Dean of Virtual Learning and Instructional Development, 402-323-3389, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The College’s Student Grievance Procedure can be found in the College Catalog and SCC Student Handbook (available on The Hub to current students). Southeast Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
If a student believes that an accommodation(s) is ineffective or that they have been denied equal access to appropriate accommodations, modifications, auxiliary aids, or effective communication, and efforts to resolve the issues are unsuccessful, a student may file a grievance. Students are encouraged to seek resolution of the grievance through the informal process before filing a formal grievance. However, students may use the College’s formal grievance procedure to appeal decisions regarding student accommodations, and may do so without first going through the College’s informal grievance process.
Ph.D. Dean of Virtual Learning and Instructional Development