Welcome to Southeastern Community College!

We hope this information is helpful to you as you begin to plan the next steps in your college career. Below you will find the steps necessary to enroll in classes at SCC. If you need help determining which category of student you fall into, please contact the Student Services Center at 910.788.6279.


New Students

New students are students who have never attended Southeastern Community College.


Returning Students

Returning students are students who have previously been enrolled at Southeastern Community College. There are two different types of Returning Students: 1) Students who have attended classes at SCC within the last one or two semesters, 2) Students who haven’t attended classes for the last three or more semesters. Depending on which category you fall into, depends on your next steps.

Returning Students who have attended SCC recently

  • You do not need to re-apply, however, please contact an Advisor to register in classes.

Returning Students who have not attended within the last 3 semesters 


Visiting Students

Visiting Students are students who are currently enrolled at another college or university and would like to take a few courses at Southeastern Community College to transfer back to their respective schools.

  • Complete the NC Residency Application and Application for Admission.
  • Submit a transcript from current college/university. This is to record that prerequisites have been met.
  • Letter of Permission from current college/university to transfer desired classes back to them.
  • Financial Aid may be available and would need to be coordinated between SCC and current institution. Please contact the Financial Aid Office for more information: 910.788.6214.


International Students

Incoming International Students can only register for the Fall Semester.

More information regarding international students is available at http://sccnc.edu/admissions/international-students/.


Southeastern Community College maintains an open-door admissions policy for all applicants. The College serves students regardless of race, religion, color, creed, national origin, gender, age or disability. Selective placement of individual students in the different programs of study within the College is determined by the admissions office, within the guidelines established by the State Board of Community Colleges and the North Carolina Community College System for each program of study and course offered.


Andrea Rofail

Student Services Associate

(910) 788-6363

A-Building, Rm 128-A


Julia Roberts


(910) 788-6327

A-Building, Rm 124


Angie Uhl-Kalev

Director of Student Services

(910) 788-6269

A-Building, room 131


Leigh Edwards

Student Services Specialist


A Building, room 125A