Student & Parent Resources

Opening a new chapter in your education is a big deal and often raises a lot of questions. It may all seem like quite an undertaking, but at SCC, we're here to help you every step of the way.

For any financial inquiries, visit our Financial Aid page, sign up for a FAFSA account and browse our financial aid forms. Once financial aid has covered all that it can, you may even qualify for free tuition!

Schedule a tour and come explore our beautiful campuses. Once you've decided where you want to be, apply to join us here at SCC. There's always room for another Chaser. 


High School Student

Navigating your entry into college can be overwhelming, but with SCC, it doesn't have to be. Interested in exploring our Dual Enrollment opportunities? Unlike other schools, our high school dual enrollment programs are free of charge to ensure accessibility to all qualifying students. Visit our High School Students page to learn more about our programs and how to get a head start with SCC.


Student Resources


Sending your new college student into the unknown can be overwhelming, but at SCC, we have everything you need to ensure they're ready to chase a brighter future. Are you unsure about how to approach FAFSA or have questions about aid eligibility? Are you interested in browsing our academic program outcomes? Maybe you're the parent of a high schooler who wants to explore our dual enrollment offerings. To learn more about how we can help you and your child succeed at SCC, contact us today.


Parent Resources

Adult Students

Looking to get a transcript or check your eligibility? Interested in meeting with a success coach for specialized academic assistance? Visit our Student Engagement and Student Success page or check out our Adult Students page to learn more about SCC's variety of academic opportunities and services today! 


Adult Student Resources

International Students

Are you a student living internationally interested in applying to SCC? Do you have questions about the steps you need to take to get started? Registering for school so far from home may seem like a lot to handle, but at SCC, we're here to help you every step of the way. First, you'll need to fill out an information form, apply and then take the TOEFL Test. After you've completed those steps, it'll be time to pay tuition, submit the other needed documents, obtain a Visa and meet with one of our advisors. Check out our International Students page for more information or for assistance getting things started. 


Int. Students Resources


Are you working with students interested in getting a head start on their college career? Our Dual Enrollment program is a great opportunity for any ambitious high school student looking to take on college courses. Are your students ready to take the first step towards being a Chaser? Make an appointment with our admissions team! While they're at it, it's always a good idea to make a FAFSA account before getting too far into the admissions process. To learn more, visit our Counselor resources page.


Counselor Resources

Non-High School Graduates

Are you interested in pursuing higher education but still need to earn your high school diploma? SCC has just what you need. While you work on completing your GED, consider getting ahead with one of our Trade programs, like Automotive Technologies, HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration), Machine Tool Technologies or Welding. It's never too late to earn your degree, and at SCC, we're here to help you make it happen. 


Non HS Graduate Resources

Transfer Students

Are you interested in transferring to SCC from another college or university? Or have you already completed your freshman and sophomore years at SCC and are interested at transferring to another institution to complete your bachelor's degree?

For those interested in becoming a Chaser, first you'll need to apply to SCC and then for Financial Aid. Next, you'll need to submit your current institution's transcript, meet our entrance requirements, confirm your acceptance and pay your tuition. 

If you've completed your associate degree in arts or sciences with us, you can seamlessly transfer to a public 4-year college or university in South Carolina through our transfer track. For more information or to reach out for further assistance, visit our Transfer Students page. 


Transfer Resources

Returning Students

Are you looking to return to SCC and complete your program? Regardless of if you set up financial aid before, you'll need to reapply when you decide to return. If, while you were away, you changed your mind about what field or career you want to pursue, browse our variety of current program options. For other questions visit our Student Success page or check out our Returning Students page to learn more. 


Returning Student Resources

New SCC Students

As a soon-to-be college student, you probably have a lot of questions. Don't worry-- you've come to the right place! First thing's first: book a tour of campus and come visit us. Next you may want to take a look at our catalog and academic offerings.

Once you've decided what you want to pursue and that SCC is for you, make an account with FAFSA and visit our Financial Aid page to learn more about tuition, scholarships and more! Browse our New SCC Students page for more information and to get started today. 


New SCC Student Resources

Transient Students

 Are you looking to take courses ar SCC while enrolled at another college? We've got a path for you!

Transient students are required to submit an online application for admission; there is no application fee required. Transient students should follow the steps below:


Transient Resources


We're Here to Help

No matter what kind of student you are, there's always room at SCC for another Chaser. For more information, or to answer additional questions, visit our Admissions page, call (864) 592-4800 or email us at 


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