Campus Services and Resources

Child Care Services

The college operates a childcare center in conjunction with its Early Childhood curriculum program. Students with children between the ages of three to five may apply to enroll their child/children at the center. The center is located in H-Building.

College Major and Career Planning

Student Services, located in A-Building, assists students with academic and career planning by helping them identify career options that match their particular skills, interests, and personalities. Students may visit Student Services to request assistance with career counseling and planning.


SCC’s professional counselor, located in Student Services in A-Building, can help students discover educational goals and interests, find suitable programs of study, and help with academic, occupational or transfer concerns. Counselors are also available to provide referral assistance and guidance for students experiencing personal concerns.

Student Assistance Program – Free Counseling Services

As an SCC student, you may use the Student Assistance Program which provides students free, confidential access to a professional counselor anytime, any day, anywhere via phone or internet. Services include:

COUNSELING – Professional counselors are available by phone any time, any day to assist you with matters you need to discuss confidentially including relationships, depression, crisis, and substance abuse.

LEGAL SUPPORT Attorneys in your area are available to provide a free 30-minute consultation by phone, as well as referrals to discounted legal representation, should it be required.

FINANCIAL CONSULTATION Certified financial consultants can assist you with matters related to credit, debt, money management and more.

ONLINE RESOURCES You can also visit the website for articles, tips, links, self-assessments, and many other resources.

Counseling sessions are completely confidential.

CALL: 800-633-3353
USERNAME:  southeastern (all lowercase)

Accessibility Services

The college complies with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and is committed to providing opportunities to qualified persons with disabilities in employment and in access to education, when such action does not pose an undue burden or fundamentally alter the programs of the institution.

The college will provide reasonable accommodations for documented disabilities of individuals who are eligible to receive or participate in college programs, services, or activities, including distance learners. Individuals who require reasonable accommodations for a disability should make this requirement known to disability services as soon as possible.

Student Services provides a disability services coordinator to assist students in requesting disability-related accommodations for documented physical, learning, and psychological disabilities. For additional information regarding disability services and accommodations, contact disability services at 910.788.6327 or in Student Services in A-124.

Students who feel they have been discriminated against due to a disability should see the Student Grievance Process located in the Student Handbook.

Rams Pantry

Learning Labs


Identification Cards

All on campus curriculum students, continuing education nurse aide students, full-time/part-time curriculum faculty and regular full-time/part-time staff must obtain SCC photo identification (ID) cards. Cards are issued in the Student Activities Office, located in the Nesmith Student Center.


Students who wish to have an official transcript mailed to another institution or potential employer must request the transcript by one of the methods below.

Electronic Ordering Options:

Electronic – When placing your order online, you can select a paperless option for your official transcript. Before placing your order, find out from the recipient whether an electronic transcript is acceptable and if so, the email address you should use for delivery. Once your order has been placed, the recipient will be notified by email that a certified PDF from our transcript ordering service can be retrieved. Please note that this option is not available for those who attended the college prior to 1997.

Mail – Official paper transcripts are mailed using standard delivery through the U.S. Postal Service. Paper transcript requests will normally be processed within two business days. However, a longer period of time may be required for processing at the beginning and end of a semester. The fee for an official paper transcript ordered via the online service is $5.00.

Office Options:
On-demand – An official paper transcript can be requested on-demand during normal business operating hours in the Registrar’s Office. The request must be made in person and will require a valid photo identification. The service will not be available during the two days prior to the start of the fall, spring and summer terms. The charge for an on-demand transcript is $5.00.

Office request – An official paper transcript can be requested in the Registrar’s Office for free. This request must be made in person and is only available for mailed or hold for pick-up paper transcripts. Paper transcripts will be processed within two business days. However, a longer period of time may be required for processing at the beginning and end of a semester. Electronic transcripts are not available using this process.

Nesmith Student Center

The Nesmith Student Center is a popular gathering place for SCC students. A variety of food is available at the Rams Cafe. Forms of entertainment include televisions and a gaming center. The Student Engagement Office and the Student Government Association office are located in the Nesmith Student Center.

Orcutt Bookstore

Textbooks can be purchased and resold at the college bookstore. School supplies, sportswear, greeting cards, stationery, jewelry, and gift items are also available. The Orcutt Bookstore is located on the first floor of the Nesmith Student Center.

Williamson Library

The Williamson Library houses the largest microfilm collection in the N. C. Community College System with over 164,000 pieces. A book collection of over 66,000 volumes is the sixth largest in the system. Over 7,600 audio-visual units, 200 current periodical subscriptions, and various computerized resources round out the library’s holdings. Students, faculty, and community members also have access to the holdings of other libraries through the Interlibrary Loan Service.

A complete list of on- and off-campus resources is available in Watermark.

Financial Aid

The college provides the opportunity for all students to apply for federal, state and local financial aid programs. The college administers these programs in accordance with all applicable rules and regulations. (Policy 4.07)


More than 80 privately funded scholarships are offered through the SCC Foundation, Inc. These scholarships must be applied for independently of financial aid. A list of scholarships and application guidelines may be viewed online at Scholarships.