If you’ve graduated from high school or earned a GED, you’re ready to begin. Get started with classes now by submitting an application and some additional information.
So you've decided you would like to apply for admission but aren't sure what additional information you need to provide to complete the admissions process. We've provided a list of common admission types below with a list of items you'll need to provide.
If you are a student who has never attended another college and has earned a high school diploma or earned a GED, you’ll need to provide:
If you are a student who has attended another college and now want to continue your education with Somerset Community College, you'll need to provide:
If you are a student who would like to take classes with Somerset Community College but are currently attending another college to earn a degree, you'll need to provide:
If you are currently in high school and would like to enroll in college courses, each semester you'll need to provide:
Any student that has previously attended SCC or any other KCTCS institution will need to provide:
A student that is not seeking a degree will need to provide:
Non-degree students are not eligible for financial aid.
Selective Admission Programs
If you want to enter a selective program such as an Allied Health Program, you may have a few more special requirements. For more information, contact the Program Coordinator.
ACT scores below 19 in Math, 18 in English, and/or 20 in Reading. May call for additional testing. This is determined upon acceptance to the college and information submitted. A list of items which need to be completed can be found on the Admissions Checklist you will receive in the mail from the Admissions Office and can also be found on your Student Self Service Account in your to-do list.
Any hand delivered or faxed transcripts cannot be considered official and will not allow a student access to enroll in classes. ALL transcripts must be mailed or sent electronically from the school(s) which have been attended in order to be considered official for enrollment access.