Step 1: Getting Started

STEP 1
Getting Started

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Orientation
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Registration

The following are items needed to complete Step 1: Getting Started.
If you need assistance on the following, please contact the Eagle's 1 Stop at (704) 991-0123.

Find a Career Path

Stanly Community College is proud to offer you a multitude of learning opportunities to pursue your educational goals, including: Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates. You will be asked to select a major when applying to SCC. We suggest you use CFNC’s career exploration tools to learn about yourself and explore what career options you may be best suited for or review the following program specific videos.

Apply to SCC

Once you have decided on a career choice you will need to apply to SCC. Please allow 24 hours for your application to be processed during regular business days. If you are interested in one of our Health Science programs click on the following link: https://www.stanly.edu/future-students/online-learning/new-student-orientation/step-1-getting-started/health-sciences-faq.

If you are a current high school student wishing to participate in the upcoming semester as a Career & College Promise student, please use this application.

Transcripts

All students seeking a degree, diploma, or certificate must submit an official copy of their high school transcript. Contact your high school to request an official copy of your transcript. These must remain in a sealed envelope to be official. College transcripts may be required depending on your program of study. Processing times vary for each school.

Financial Aid

You can apply for federal and state grants at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov. The Stanly Community College scholarship application is available in WebAdvisor. This may take up to 2 weeks to process, and varies with each student. SCC Federal School Code = 011194.

Placement Testing

Placement testing may be needed if the student does not qualify for a waiver and if the academic program includes a course(s) that require the student to perform academically at college-level.

Please complete the check list above before moving to Step 2: Orientation.