Campus Facilities

SCC is host to numerous resources available right on campus, including computer labs, a bookstore where students can purchase necessary textbooks and supplies, a student-operated salon, a fitness center, dining options and more!

Consult the Campus Map for directions.

A-Building houses the offices of the president; institutional advancement and the SCC Foundation; academic affairs; college research and reporting; the cashier; administrative services; financial aid; information technology services; NCWorks Career Center; educational talent search program; and student services, which includes counseling/admissions and the registrar’s office. 

 B-Building provides classroom and laboratory space for the cosmetology, engineering, and industrial programs and the basic skills lab, which provides the adult basic education and general educational development programs. 

 C-Building houses the science classrooms, laboratories, and offices. 

 CART-Building (Cartrette Technology Center) houses many of the college technology programs including broadcasting & production, business technology, information technology, medical office administration, and office administration. Additionally, the administrative offices of the Arts & Sciences Division, and Technical Programs Division, as well as Retired Senior Volunteer Program {RSVP}. 

 D-Building contains the auditorium, music classrooms and offices, and audio-visual facilities. Art classrooms, including a studio for drawing, painting and sculpture, and a complete pottery studio are located on the north side of the building. 

 H-Building is designed specifically for the early childhood education program. Lectures and labs, where students work directly with children, are conducted in this building and on an adjacent playground. 

 HHS-Building (Health and Human Services) houses basic law enforcement training (BLET), emergency medical services (EMS), fire service, in-service (continuing education) law enforcement training for local law enforcement agencies and NC Dept. of Public Safety, and continuing education healthcare training programs. 

 L-Building / The Williamson Library is a 12,000 square-foot library with spacious reading and study areas as well as two meeting rooms.  Distance education, testing services, and tutoring services are located in the library.  The library also contains an open computer lab for students to use. 

 M-Building is a one-story multipurpose structure that houses the Columbus Career and College Academy (CCCA)and the welding and air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration programs. 

 N-Building houses the Printing Department and medical laboratory technology classrooms. 

 NES-Building (Nesmith Student Center) provides space for student activities and service including the bookstore, Ram’s Café and fitness center. The second floor contains the Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R) program, the phlebotomy program, the Early Childhood programs, and other classroom spaces. 

-Building provides classroom, laboratory, and office facilities for the nursing and allied health programs; and the administrative offices for the Nursing and Health Technologies Division. 

 S-Building houses shipping/receiving, maintenance, and the carpentry shop. 

 T-Building contains classroom, laboratory, training, and meeting facilities for business/industry programs and the Small Business Center along with the Janice B. Simms Small Business Resource Center and houses several administrative offices of the Workforce and Community Development Division. In addition, the building houses the college’s television and radio production facilities, as well as the Sasser Industrial Training Center. 

 Trailer 6 houses Security. 

In addition, SCC operates ongoing educational programs at Columbus County Industries and for inmates at the Columbus and Tabor City Correctional Units. Part-time teaching centers for SCC’s short-term, non-credit continuing education courses are established whenever the need arises at locations throughout Columbus County which include senior centers, schools, community centers, churches, and libraries.