By Naomi Sheehan

Spartanburg Community College is an unparalleled resource for education, whether you are starting fresh or starting over. It’s your local, flexible, and affordable option to prepare for your career.

It’s also your source of support. With family and job responsibilities, students have a lot on their plates. That’s why SCC offers a wide range of student services.


Need a game plan? Your first stop is SCC Enrollment Services to speak to one of our friendly academic advisors!

If you’re considering classes but you aren’t sure where to begin, take an interest and skills inventory. We’ll identify your aptitudes, careers that match your interests, and help plan out your program of study.

Give Student Services a call at 864-592-4990, visit us online at, or come in for a face-to-face meeting on campus. We’re located in Terhune Student Services Building, room 174.

Financial Aid

Compare SCC to four-year schools in the state, and you’ll find that our tuition and fees are less than one-third the cost. Learn about costs and how to pay for college at: aid.

You may qualify for federal aid. Find out by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at SCC also offers multiple scholarships through federal, state, and private endowments. Search the available scholarships and find out if you qualify:

Tutorial and Study resources

Did you know that SCC offers free tutoring? Subjects include math, English, science, accounting, computer applications and more. Learn more at or drop by The Learning Center in P. Dan Hull Building, rooms E2, E5, E6.

Our testing center is available to online students and students completing make-up tests. Stop by P. Dan Hull Building, room E3 or visit to learn more.

Support resources

The AIM Center provides assistance to qualifying students including single parents, displaced homemakers, and those economically disadvantaged.  Services include assistance with textbooks, transportation costs, childcare services, and more.

TRIO Student Support services is available to first-time college students who meet certain eligibility criteria. TRIO provides tutoring, assisting with study skills, financial literacy information and much more. Visit to see if you qualify.

If you have a documented disability the Student Disability Services office is here to help students who choose to register and self-identify. Visit the SDS Office in P. Dan Hull Building, room E4 or to learn what resources and accommodations are available.

Options, options, and more options

SCC offers dozens of two-year Associate degree programs, as well as many shorter-term diploma and certificate options. Evening and online classes help you fit classes into your busy life.

Beyond the degree-credit programs, Corporate and Continuing Education at the college offers more training options to help you brush up on your skills or develop new ones to meet current employment needs.

All of these options and more are available in your community, when and where you want it.