Course Catalog

Application Procedures - Credit Courses

Specific Procedures for Students Applying for Admission

Applications for Admission are accepted at any time and may be submitted online at Application forms can also be distributed or mailed from the Admissions Office. Enrollment is limited in certain courses and programs. In order to receive full consideration, students are encouraged to have all entrance requirements completed and available to the Admissions Office at the earliest possible date, including Application for Admission and transcripts of all previously earned academic credit (high school, high school equivalency, or college). Students are also required to complete a new student orientation, available online.

An admissions committee may evaluate an application to determine admission to particular programs.

Transfer Students

Students who wish to transfer from another college are eligible to apply for admission. Students transferring to Southeastern Community College from other institutions will have their credits evaluated on an individual basis. All transfer students are advised to consult with the Registrar's Office at (319) 208-5022 ( well in advance of the beginning of each term so that transfer status may be established.

International Students (F-1 Status)

International students who apply from abroad or who would like to transfer from other institutions in the United States to Southeastern Community College must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Students must submit an International Student Application for Admission, high school/college transcripts and must also provide financial documentation showing proof of funds available to cover the cost of tuition, books, room, board, etc. SCC is authorized under Federal law to enroll non-immigrant students. For more information, please contact the International Program Office at (319) 208-5027 or

Non-Native Speakers

All applicants to Southeastern Community College whose native language is not English are required to submit scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), EIKEN or Accuplacer-ESL with their application for admission and supporting academic documents. Students must demonstrate proficiency in the English language by obtaining a satisfactory score on the Accuplacer-ESL or TOEFL ESL. For more information, please contact Admissions.