seward county community college

Located in A134  Hobble Building


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Executive Director of Enrollment Management

  • Erika L. Espinoza
  • (620)417-1105

Admissions and Recruiting Coordinator

  • Oscar Silva
  • (620)417-1104

Secretary of Admissions

  • Ashlee E. Kruse
  • (620) 417-1102

Student Type Information

  • New Students
  • Former Students
  • Transfer Students
  • Current High School Students
  • Non-Degree Seeking Students
  • International Students
  • Special Student Status


Admission to Seward County Community College may be granted to:

  1. A graduate of an accredited high school.
  2. A transfer student with earned credit from other accredited higher educational institution(s) may be admitted. A student on academic probation from another institution may be accepted under probationary conditions.
  3. A successful completer of the General Education Development (GED) examination.
  4. A graduate of an approved home-school program or a nonaccredited private school. Students must submit a diploma, or evidence of successful academic completion.
  5. Concurrent (dual-credit) high school juniors & seniors with written permission of the high school principal.
  6. High school students through a recognized gifted program with written permission of the school principal, a copy of the Individual Education Plan (IEP), and ACCUPLACER assessment scores
  7. International students seeking admission to SCCC must meet all admission requirements and qualify for a Certificate of Eligibility (INS form I-20) to be issued.
    Individuals who have not graduated from an accredited high school or who have not successfully completed the GED examination may be granted Special Student Admissions status.
  8. Individuals seeking self-improvement through college classes. SCCC reserves the right to deny admission or re-admission to any individual when the admission could be considered detrimental to the best interests of the college community or if the college is unable to provide the services, courses or programs needed to assist any person in meeting his/her educational objectives.

Selective Admissions Program:

Admission to SCCC does not guarantee enrollment in specific programs of study such as Nursing, Respiratory Therapy, Surgical Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, or Cosmetology. Students seeking admission to one of these programs must meet additional requirements specific to that program.

New Students:

Are individuals who have not applied to the college and must provide the following information:

Former Students:

Students who have previously attended SCCC, but not within the last Academic Year, will be required to submit a new Application for Admission. Official transcripts of all college credits earned since last attendance (for degree-seeking or certificate students) must be submitted to the Admissions Office.

Transfer Students:

A student wanting to transfer from an accredited college/post-secondary institution is eligible for admission if the student is eligible to re-enter the institution last attended and meet the admission requirements of SCCC. Official transcripts from all previous institutions attended must be received and evaluated prior to being officially admitted and enrolled at Seward County Community College. A Transcript Request document must be completed and submitted. The Transfer Course Equivalences is available on the Board of Regents website.

Students who have been placed on academic probation:

A student from another college/university or who has been dismissed based on academic performance must follow this procedure:

  1. Provide written request for admission to SCCC with an explanation of circumstances regarding the academic difficulties; the written request should include a statement of academic goals and should be addressed to the Dean of Student Services.
  2. Complete a Transcript Request.
  3. Complete an Application for Admission.
  4. Provide official transcripts from all prior colleges attended.
  5. Take the ACCUPLACER for course-placement purposes. Contact 620-417-1042 to schedule the ACCUPLACER assessment.
  6. Limit SCCC enrollment to 12 credit hours or less per Fall/Spring Term or six credit hours or less per Summer Term.
  7. Register with the Academic Achievement Center and attend a minimum of ten clock hours of tutoring per semester.
  8. Be placed on Academic Probation and maintain a 2.0 GPA to continue SCCC enrollment.

Note: It is the responsibility of the transferring student to inform the Admissions Office if he/she has previously been academically dismissed at any college. Failure to disclose such information or falsification of information requested may result in immediate dismissal from SCCC.

Current High School Students:

High school junior and senior students may be admitted and enroll concurrently in college courses with written permission of their high school principal; students younger than high school juniors enrolled in a recognized gifted program may be admitted and enroll in college courses after advisement with college staff. Written permission of the school principal, a copy of the students Individual Education Plan (IEP), and ACCUPLACER or ACT assessment scores must be submitted prior to advisement.

Non-Degree Seeking Students:

Individuals wanting to enroll in classes for self-improvement, and not seeking a degree or certificate, may be admitted upon submission of Application for Admissions. These students are not required to submit transcripts or take the ACCUPLACER assessment.

International Students:

Please see our International Student Page for detailed procedures, forms, and special contact resources.

Special Student Status:

Students who have not graduated from an accredited high school or who have not successfully completed the GED examination may be admitted with Special Student status. Students must take the ACCUPLACER or ACT assessment for placement purposes. Schedule the ACCUPLACER Assessment by calling 620-417-1042. Upon successful completion of 12 credit hours at SCCC or receipt of a high school diploma or GED Certificate, the student will be accepted for regular admission; until such time the student is limited to 9 credit hours per semester.