Register for Spring 2018 Mid-Term Classes


Students can now register for Spring mid-term classes.

The Summer 2018 schedule is also available for planning purposes.

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See all SCC has to offer.

Surry Community College offers programs to obtain a two-year degree, certificate, diploma, or certification (non-credit).

Additionally, students can earn a transfer degree, which allows them to take the first two years of general education credits toward a four-year degree at a fraction of the cost of residential colleges and universities.

  • Visit SCC at one of our many locations throughout Surry and Yadkin counties.
  • Our customized training program develops long-term strategic partnerships with business and industry leaders.
  • A variety of classes are offered through Corporate and Continuing Education providing opportunities for lifelong learning experiences.

Program News

Surry Cellars Earns Three Wins in NC Fine Wines Competition

Posted: Feb 19

Surry Cellars, the label for wine produced through Surry Community College’s Viticulture and Enology program, was awarded three titles in …

Little Free Pantry of SCC Offers Meals to Students

Posted: Feb 16

The Little Free Pantry of Surry Community College is a small space that will make a big impact to alleviate …

Furniture Project Allows Construction Students to Give Back

Posted: Feb 09

Construction Management students taking Carpentry at Surry Community College received more than a lesson on furniture design and assembly during …

SCC Machining Technology receives $3,000 grant

Posted: Feb 07

Surry Community College’s Computer-Integrated Machining program recently received a $3,000 grant from the Gene Haas Foundation. Gene Haas is the …

Learn winter gardening tips in Surry workshop Feb. 26

Posted: Jan 31

Surry Community College is offering a winter gardening workshop on Feb. 26 from 5 to 8 p.m. at The Pilot …

Surry CC offers Upholstery course at Pilot Center

Posted: Jan 30

For those who like working with their hands and want to learn a new skill that can be used as …