Summer and Fall 2017 Registration

Registration for Summer/Fall 2017 classes starts March 27 for current students, and April 3 for new students.

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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 CC offering course on African-American history

Posted: May 23

While Surry Community College always offers a wide variety of courses dedicated to providing students with the most complete and …

Paralegal Students Perform Mock Trial Arguments

Posted: May 22

Students in Surry Community College’s Paralegal program performed oral appellate trial arguments as a part of their final exams in …

SCC Instructors Honored by American Welding Society

Posted: May 18

Two of Surry Community College’s Welding Instructors recently received awards from the American Welding Society (AWS). Michael Dixon, the Welding …

Spanish Interpreter Certificate Helps Surry Graduates Advance Career Goals in Variety of Fields

Posted: May 17

During the Spring 2017 semester at Surry Community College, things came full circle for alum Andrea Contreras as she returned …

Nine Graduate from Surry’s Medical Assisting Program

Posted: May 17

Nine students recently graduated from Surry Community College with an Associate in Applied Science degree in Medical Assisting. The graduates …

Surry Machining Club Donates to Children’s Center

Posted: May 16

The Surry Community College Machining Club recently donated $500 to the Children’s Center in Dobson. Funds donated were collected as …