Thank you for your interest in Southeast Community College! We are excited to help you get started on Your Path to Possible!
We know there are a lot of factors to consider as you select a college and explore career options. SCC wants to be part of your decision-making process and is committed to your success.
Below are links to information to help you learn more about SCC!
SCC Programs of Study: Learn more about SCC’s Programs of Study! Each of our program’s webpages contains information about the career field, the program’s curriculum, costs, and potential earnings.
Career Cluster: Trying to decide between a few related career fields? This all-in-one guide showcases SCC’s programs by career field area, helping you to see related fields.
Focus2Apply Career Assessment: Are you unsure what you want to study? Take the Focus2Apply career assessment. This tool assesses your interests, skills, and values and matches them with career areas and potential SCC programs of study. Once you take the assessment, connect with an SCC Admissions Advisor to learn more about your results. Contact startSCC@southeast.edu for assistance and more information.
Graduate Report: SCC is proud of our 94% success rate of graduates who are employed or continuing their education! The Graduate Report provides information about our graduates’ salary information, employers, and positions.
Information for Diploma Students: Students accepted to specific diploma programs and using federal financial aid need to be aware of their eligibility for program courses. Specific programs include, Pharmacy Technician, Medical Assisting, Motorcycle, ATV, and Personal Watercraft Technology, and Plumbing Technology.
New Student Checklist: Use this checklist to complete the enrollment process at SCC!
Tuition and Fees: We know that paying for college is an important part of the college decision making process. We do our best to keep our tuition and fees affordable, and financial aid is available for those who qualify.
Scholarships: SCC’s Educational Foundation awarded $2 million in scholarships to students last year. Specific application periods exist for each term and for high school seniors.
Living on Campus: We invite you to explore on campus living opportunities at the Beatrice and Milford Campuses. The Living on Campus brochure outlines housing options for students; please note that on campus housing is not available on the Lincoln Campus.