Student Affairs: focused on student growth and success
Students are encouraged to visit Student Affairs with questions or concerns about their experience as a student at SCC. The office is located in the Dan L. Terhune Student Services Building, Suite 167. The mission of the Student Affairs is to provide quality services to enhance opportunities for career and academic achievement, personal and professional growth and lifelong learning. Student services that fall under the Student Affairs division include:
- Career Services
- Counseling Services
- Financial Aid
- Transcripts, Records & Registrar
- TRIO Student Support Services
Other Student Affairs Services
If students currently enrolled wish to appeal grades or file a grievance, the Student Affairs Office is equipped to help with Student Appeal and Grievance Process (you must be a current student and log into MySCC Portal for this information). This office also houses information regarding Student Code, Title IX, Alcohol and Drug Policy, and Annual Security Report. Each academic year, the Student Affairs Offices organizes the Student Planner and Handbook (view or download from the publications library) for students so they have the academic calendar and other resources in one convenient publication.
Student Emergency Fund Request
Current students who find themselves in a difficult financial situation at SCC often seek monetary relief through SCC's Emergency Fund Request. Based on specific hardship circumstances and available funds (up to $500) we will make every effort to assist a student with one-time emergency needs through a designated Foundation fund.
Book Fund Request
There are times when a students finds themselves in a difficult financial situation and seek monetary relief through the SCC Foundation (SCCF). Over the years, SCC Foundation has raised private dollars to create an specific fund designated to assist students with the cost of textbooks that are purchased through the Book Inn, SCC campus bookstore in the amount up to 85% of total book cost, not to exceed $500.
If you are a SCC student who is requesting financial support to purchase textbooks, please complete the Book Fund Application form.
Resources & Information
2017 Annual High School Guidance Counselors Breakfast Presentation (video - links to new website)
Please complete our customer survey (new website)