SFCC Closed for Spring Break
College is closed March 20-26 for Spring Break and return March 27. No classes or services are available during the break.
The Financial Responsibility Agreement outlines and informs students of the financial obligations and responsibilities associated with enrolling for classes.
The Financial Responsibility Agreement details course registration and payment requirements- if internal collections have failed SFCC may send your account to a collection agency and may be reported to one or more credit bureau reporting services.
The Fitness Activity Waiver is used for understanding and acknowledgment of inherent risks of using the fitness education center.
Degree status is granted to students who have declared an intention to pursue a particular degree or certificate by following a prescribed program and sequence of study.
Non-degree status is granted to applicants who wish to take courses for their own purposes without intending to seek any degree or certificate. A high school diploma is not required for admission, but age requirements may apply.
Go to the page for First Time Students then click on “Apply to SFCC ONLINE” and follow the instructions, OR use the printable form. Download and print the SFCC Admission Form (Adobe PDF document) and apply by mail.
An international student with a nonimmigrant visa seeking an F-1 visa must apply for admissions on a full-time, degree-seeking basis. Go to the International Students page and follow the instructions.
Yes, high school and GED students can enroll at SFCC. Follow the directions on how to apply for admission. Learn more about programs for high school students and GED students.
Yes, you can. You should visit with your academic advisor to determine the best program to follow. Visit the Welcome and Advising page for information on how to schedule an appointment with an advisor.
Yes. Students who audit a credit course do not earn a grade or college credit. Audited courses do not count toward a certificate or degree. Standard prerequisites, tuition and fees apply.
SFCC offers the following types of degrees:
The Associate in Arts degree is intended to prepare students to transfer to bachelor’s degree programs at four-year institutions. The AA gives emphasis to those majoring in the Arts, Humanities and Behavioral and Social Sciences. Visit the Academics index page of our website for a list of education options.
The Associate in Science degree is intended to prepare students to transfer to bachelor’s degree programs at four-year institutions. The AS gives emphasis to those majoring in Engineering, Technology and the sciences with substantial undergraduate requirements in mathematics and the natural sciences. This program also allows students to develop a degree plan with an emphasis in the biological sciences. Students work closely with their transfer institutions and their SFCC advisors to ensure the best transition to four-year institutions.
The Associate in Applied Arts degree is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in specific occupations; they are not generally intended to transfer to four-year institutions.
The Associate in Applied Science degree is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in specific occupations; they are not generally intended to transfer to four-year institutions.
Certificates are one-year programs intended to prepare the student for employment.
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