We're with you every step of the way!
We desire to provide student support services that maximize your success and development through responsive customer service in a caring, positive environment.
The mission of:
- Advising and Support is offered to all SCC students. Our team will help you with study skills, time management, goal-setting and prioritizing, connect you to campus and community resources, offer personal support, and academic support.
- Testing Centers at each SCC campus provide a positive and secure testing environment for a variety of services, including course placement testing, proctored tests and make-up tests. Other specific tests also are offered at specific campus and learning center locations.
- Tutoring & Transitions Center provides free tutoring and mentoring to help you excel academically. These services are provided by peer and professional tutors who have excelled in the subjects and who have been trained to help support your success.
- Registration & Records Office provides information on registering for classes whether you are a declared student, newly declared student, visiting student, or Continuing Education student. Student Right to Know, part of the federal Student Right-to-Know Act that Congress passed in 1990, requires institutions eligible for Title IV funding to calculate completion or graduation rates of certificate- or degree-seeking, full-time students entering the institution and to disclose those rates to current and prospective students.
- TRiO Student Support Services is a federally-funded program committed to the success of students who are first-generation, have limited income, or are experiencing disabilities.
- TRiO Upward Bound – Beatrice Campus assists and encourages talented high school students from the Beatrice, Southern and Fairbury high schools with achieving their educational goals.
- Career Services specialists will help you achieve your career goals by providing information about various career fields and the types of jobs available in these areas. They also provide part-time employment listings for students who want to work while attending SCC.
- Student Code of Conduct provides students with clear expectations of conduct, consistent processes when expectations are not met, and interventions and programming that promote the development of moral and social growth, as well as ethical decision-making skills.
- Student Right to Know, part of the federal Student Right-to-Know Act that Congress passed in 1990, requires institutions eligible for Title IV funding to calculate completion or graduation rates of certificate- or degree-seeking, full-time students entering the institution and to disclose those rates to current and prospective students.
- Accommodations Resource Offices are located on each campus and provide reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities to ensure access to educational programs and services.
- Safety, Security & Health Team provides services that promote a safe and welcoming environment which recognizes and is respectful of diversity and which improves the quality of life for students, faculty and staff.
- SCC Cares connects students, faculty and staff with various campus resources seven days a week, 24 hours a day. If someone you know is struggling with life, isolating themselves socially or experiencing a decline in work or academic performance, contact SCC Cares.
- Drug, Alcohol & Controlled Substance Policy supports a drug-free environment at SCC. It is the policy of SCC to control and monitor the use/abuse of drugs, alcohol and other chemicals and controlled substances on College premises and at College-sanctioned events and to educate students and employees about the use, abuse and effects of drugs, alcohol and illegal/controlled substances.
- Military & Veterans Services provides information regarding numerous services to veteran students, including benefits, the FAFSA, scholarships, and tuition assistance. A Veterans Connect Center is located on SCC’s Lincoln Campus to provide student veterans, service members and their families access to the necessary assistance and resources to become successful and productive in today’s college environment.
- Campus Stores are located at the Beatrice, Lincoln and Beatrice campuses, as well as online. The Campus Store is where you’ll purchase textbooks and other class materials, gifts and SCC apparel.
- Request a Transcript is where you’ll complete the Transcript Request Form, use WebAdvisor through The Hub, or make a request electronically.
- Graduation Information is provided prior to the ceremony at the end of each fall and spring semester. Students and families should check the page often for updates regarding time, date, place, and other information regarding the ceremony.
- Student Affairs FAQs have been developed for Career Advising, Library Resource Centers, Career Services, and Testing Centers.