|FAQ - Answers to your Frequently Asked Questions|
Q. Will I need to take a placement test for English and math?
A: No. Placement testing is not required if you plan to enroll in English, math and/or reading courses. High school performance and/or guided self-placement will be used to provide you with course recommendations. Visit the Assessment Services site for information on how you can obtain your English and math course recommendations.Q. I am a dual enrollment student, do I have to reapply to SCC?
A: Yes, dual enrollment students have to submit a new application for Fall 2022 as first-year college students. Q: Who do I contact if I have applied to SCC but have not received an email?
A: Please contact our Outreach Representatives - email firstname.lastname@example.org - phone (714)628-4808.
Q. I’ll be attending SCC next year, but I’m unsure of my major and/or what career I want to work toward. Can I get help before I begin at SCC?
A: Yes! SCC has a designated counselor who can help you begin to think about what major/career path is a good fit for you. Our counselor, Macey Lachman, offers workshops and one-on-one appointments. It’s never too early to begin thinking about your major/career path. Sign up for a workshop or book an appointment here. Q: What is the Promise Scholarship, and how can I sign up for it?
A: The SCC Promise Scholarship provides free tuition for all first-time, full-time students for two academic years (Fall 2022/Spring 2023 & Fall 2023/Spring 2024 semesters), regardless of family income and no HS GPA requirement. Fill out the Promise Scholarship Application today. Q: Can I schedule a campus tour?
A: The SCC campus is open, and we would be happy to show you around our beautiful campus. Please email us at email@example.com to schedule a personalized tour.