As you begin the steps to enrollment, it’s important to consider your educational goals, career path, and how they match the many opportunities available to you at SCC. We encourage you to explore our career resources and connect with our Student Services team who can help you understand all of the opportunities available.
Select the category that best matches your goal, and follow the step-by-step guide.
Registration is OPEN and we encourage all students to register early to get the classes they need to graduate.
Scholarships and financial aid are available for all eligible students.
Once you have registered, contact Financial Aid for more information about qualifying for scholarships/grants at (910) 788-6214.
Please contact your Advisor to schedule an appointment for advisement/registration. You may obtain your advisor’s contact information in Watermark Student Success.
Currently enrolled students register each semester for the upcoming semester during the Priority Registration period. Students receive alerts in Watermark Student Success with specific instructions regarding registration, including their priority date and time, along with their advisor’s name and contact information. Early registration for the Fall semester occurs in March and early registration for the Spring occurs in November. Check the Academic Calendar for specific registration dates.
Students can register online through Self-Service after meeting with their Advisor to make certain they have the classes they need to graduate. Video tutorials on how to navigate Self-Service can be found on Rams Online.
Welcome back! If you haven’t taken courses in over a year, you’ll need to submit an updated admissions application and update your Residency Determination (if it expires before the start term in which you plan to enroll). Because you’ve previously attended, you’re simply re-applying to update your information and eligibility to register for courses.
First, complete your North Carolina Residency Determination. This establishes whether you’ll pay in-state or out-of-state tuition. Once completed, you will be assigned a Residency Certification Number (RCN). Save this number. You’ll need it for the SCC Admission Application.
If you a currently enrolled or previously attended a North Carolina college or university, please review this information:
If you have a valid residency status that will not expire before the term you wish to enroll begins, you do not need to complete the residency process again. You can use your current/valid residency certification number for SCC enrollment. If this is the case, proceed to step two. If your residency application will expire before the term you wish to enroll begins, please continue with the residency application and renew your residency status.
Have access to the following information before you start your residency application: