COVID-19: All SCC facilities are closed to students and the public. Credit classes resume March 30 in an online format. All non-credit classes are cancelled through April 30. Continuing Education and non-credit classes will resume May 1. SCC update page.
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Visit SCC

  • The best way to learn more about SCC is to visit! A campus visit will give you a first-hand look at what our students experience on a daily basis. SCC offers two campus visit options:

    discoverydays_btnDiscovery Days: Are you looking to learn more about SCC and the college experience? Discovery Days include a campus tour of all available programs on a particular campus, an opportunity to hear from instructors and staff, a student panel, information about paying for college, and lunch. Additional information and registration information can be found on the Discover SCC page. Please note that as part of SCC’s social distancing response to COVID-19, all spring 2020 Discovery Days have been cancelled. Check back soon for information about virtual connection opportunities!

    Campus Visit: Are you looking for a more in-depth campus visit experience? An individual campus visit gives you the opportunity to visit specific programs of interest, meet individually with program instructors, take a campus tour, learn about student services and resources, and meet with Admissions, Financial Aid, and other Student Services professionals. Campus visits can be tailored to meet your specific needs. Request a campus visit.

    As part of SCC’s plan to reduce the spread and exposure of COVID-19, individual visits are being coordinated virtually to best meet the needs of our visitors. Please email the campus that you plan to visit for more information:

    Beatrice Campus

    SCC's campus in Beatrice, a community of approximately 12,500, is located on the west end of the city on Scott Road, just off U.S. Highway 136. Beatrice is the county seat of Gage County and is approximately 45 miles south of Lincoln on U.S. Highway 77. The main part of campus is comprised of several classroom and office buildings, as well as housing units and a gymnasium. Approximately 900 students take classes on the Beatrice Campus. Just south of the main campus is the Agriculture Center, situated on a nearly 800-acre laboratory where students receive hands-on instruction in three Ag-related programs and three focus areas.

    Visit SCC-Beatrice and you'll receive*:

    • A tour of the campus
    • An appointment with a faculty member in your area of interest
    • An opportunity to meet with an admissions professional and a financial aid advisor.

    Campus Visit Times
    Various times.
    Additional times may be available upon special request.

    Request a Campus Visit

    Lincoln Campus

    SCC's Lincoln Campus is the College's largest enrollment center with approximately 7,500 students. Located on the east edge of Lincoln, a community of nearly 250,000, SCC's Lincoln Campus is comprised of one large building divided into sections per academic discipline, a cafeteria, child development center, gymnasium, welcome center, and student center. There also is a concourse for the Professional Truck Driver Training program. Lincoln, Nebraska's Capitol City, affords SCC students many amenities such as cultural arts activities, restaurants and shopping.

    Visit SCC-Lincoln and you'll receive*:

    • A tour of the campus
    • An appointment to meet with a faculty member in your area of interest. Please note that faculty may have limited availability to meet with prospective students after 1 pm on Fridays. We’ll do our best to accommodate your requests.
    • An opportunity to meet with staff from Admissions and Financial Aid.

    Request a Campus Visit

    Milford Campus

    SCC's campus in Milford, a community of approximately 2,000, is located on the southeast edge of the city on State Street. Milford, a community in Seward County, is located approximately 22 miles west of Lincoln on Interstate 80, then four miles south on Highway 6. The campus includes several classroom buildings, a cafeteria, a gymnasium, and residence halls. The original campus, known as Nebraska State Trade School, enrolled five students on May 1, 1941. Today, the Milford Campus is home to approximately 650 students who are enrolled in more than 20 Programs of Study.

    Visit SCC-Milford and you'll receive*:
    • A tour of the campus (with special attention on your program of interest)
    • An opportunity to meet with professionals in admissions, financial aid and registration.

    Campus Visit Times
    Various times.

    Request a Campus Visit.

    We will contact you to finalize arrangements after you have submitted the Campus Visit form. We will make every effort to accommodate your request. On occasion, the availability of tours will be affected due to tour volume, staffing and the College calendar.

    Please note:  If you or anyone in your party needs special assistance during your visit to SCC, we can help. Please let us know when you schedule your visit or call us ahead of your arrival to let us know how we can help you.

    Parking Information
    There is no cost to park on any of SCC's Beatrice, Lincoln or Milford campuses. There are designated parking spots for visitors on the Beatrice and Milford campuses, and there are ample restricted/accessible parking spaces at each campus location for the exclusive use of individuals with disabilities who have specific limitations.

    Maps and Directions can be found here.