With the Early College Program you can...
Learn from college instructors.Early College courses are taught by SCC faculty – all of whom meet the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) credential requirements.
Am I eligible?To be eligible for the Early College Program students must be at least 16 years of age and have completed their sophomore year in high school. Students must also meet the minimum score on ASSET or COMPASS placement tests for curriculum courses at SCC or SAT/ACT scores that meet the minimum college requirement.
How can I enroll in the Early College Program?Talk with your parents or guardian, and meet with a high school guidance counselor to see if Early College is right for you. Contact SCC Admissions and request more information on the Early College Program or follow the steps to enrollment below.
For more information ...Meet with your high school counselor and call SCC Admissions at (864) 592-4800.
Credits earned before high school graduation do not count against semester limits for the LIFE scholarship.
View/Download the Early College Student Handbook (PDF)
Complete the following forms and return them to the SCC Admissions Center -
There is no application fee for applying. You will need to consult with your high school or career center guidance counselor for approval to take dual credit classes and to obtain their signature on the application.
Follow up with the Financial Aid Office and the Business Office to confirm that your tuition and fees are paid. Don’t get deleted! If you have not paid your tuition by the specified deletion dates, you will lose your class schedule and have to pay $75 to re-register.Once tuition and fees are paid, obtain your parking decal at the Business Office, have your SCC student ID made in the Admissions Center, and purchase books for classes at The Book Inn.
Fall Term Begins
August 15, 2016
Phone: (864) 592-4800
Toll Free: (866) 591-3700
Fax: (864) 592-4564
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Friday | 8:00am-5:00pm
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