Southeast Community College welcomes all students who want to register for classes. We have many students who take “credit” classes with SCC because they are degree-seeking students who intend to pursue a degree in a particular program of study at SCC. Other students take credit classes because they intend to transfer credits to be used towards the pursuit of a degree at another institution.
SCC also has a very expansive Continuing Education division. Continuing Education classes are for personal enrichment and entertainment, job skills training and development and some certification or recertification in a given trade. Continuing Education credits don’t typically lead toward graduation in an official program of study at the College. However, some Continuing Education classes, such as the Certified Nursing Assistant course, may be required to enter degree-seeking program of study at the College.
Students who wish to take non-credit Continuing Education classes can find resources on this page or can click on this link to go to the Continuing Education page.
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How to register online
Print the Registration Form
Search for Credit Courses
Print the Official Drop/Add form
How to register online
Print the Registration form
Search for Non-Credit Courses
A declared student has been accepted into a program of study, has already registered for classes once as a New Declared student and has completed (or is in the process of completing) at least one term in their program of study.
How do I register for classes?
Please read the Important Registration Information. Declared students can register online through WebAdvisor on the Hub (link), can register in person, fax or mail in a Registration form for Credit Courses at the Registration and Records office on each campus location.
College Advisors are available to assist Declared Students with course registration. If you're not sure who your advisor is, contact email@example.com. Students who are unsure if they are declared in a program of study can always stop by the Admissions office on campus, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call:
Beatrice: 402-228-8214 / 800-233-5027
Lincoln: 402-437-2600 / 800-642-4075
Milford 402-761-8243 / 800-933-7223
Please read the Important Registration Information. A Newly Declared student has completed the Admissions process and is ready to register for the first time in their new program of study.
Am I a ‘Newly Declared’ student if I switch from one program of study to another?
Yes. For example, if a student is declared in the Criminal Justice program and switches to Welding they are considered a Newly Declared student for the first time they register for courses in the Welding program.
How do Newly Declared students register for classes?
Newly Declared students receive information about how to register for classes. Most often this information comes from the student’s new program of study. On the Beatrice and Milford campus all new students receive information from the Student Services division about registering for courses. Students can register online through Webadvisor on the Hub (link), can register in person, fax or mail in a Registration form for Credit Courses at the Registration and Records office on each campus location.
Who is my advisor?
Each new student at SCC is assigned to a College Advisor as they are admitted to a program of study. New students will connect with their College Advisor after completing New Student Enrollment.
A visiting student is someone who has not applied for admission to the College (or has not completed the process) and is not enrolled in a program of study at SCC. Visiting students are frequently enrolled or admitted at a different college, intend to take just a few classes at SCC, are still working on getting admitted to the College or they do not intend to graduate from a program of study at SCC.
Do I need to be admitted to SCC to take classes?
No. Visiting students can register for classes during the Registration period each term without completing the formal admissions process. Please note: Visiting students are not eligible to receive federal financial aid through SCC. A student must be admitted to a program to be eligible for student aid.
How do Visiting students register for classes?
Visiting students can register once Registration begins.
Visit the SCC Continuing Education pages for the most comprehensive information.
How can I find out which courses are being offering through Continuing Education?
Students can search for available classes online or view a class schedule.
When can I register for Continuing Education classes?
Students should register for Continuing Education classes as soon as the schedules are available.
How do I register for Continuing Education Classes?
Student who wish to register for Continuing Education classes can either register online or can print off a registration form and mail or FAX the form to:
SCC Jack J. Huck Continuing Education Center
301 S. 68th St. Place, Lincoln, NE 68510
Instructions on how to register online.
How much do Continuing Education Classes Cost?
Costs will vary based upon the type of class, materials needed and number of sessions. Each course will have cost of attendance information included in the course schedule or on the registration form.
What if I want to drop my Continuing Education class?
Drops can be performed on-line or in-person or via phone with the Continuing Education division. The student is entitled to a 100% refund for any non-credit class if the class is dropped the day before class begins. If a student drops a class the day class begins or after, there will be no refund.
Please confirm with your instructor as to the date, time, and location of your final exam.
Evening Classes: (any course 5:30 pm or after) will hold their Final Exam during the regularly scheduled class time duringfinals week.
8-Week Classes: will meet as regularly scheduled. Finals will be given on the last day of the class.
If a student is taking a second 8-week course concurrently with a semester course, where final exam times might overlap, the semester-long class final exam takes precedence. The student and faculty will need to agree upon a final exam time for the 8-week class conflict.