Spring 2018 Registration


The Spring 2018 curriculum schedule is now available. The last day to register for full session Spring courses is December 21, 2017.

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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 Paralegal Club Hosts American Red Cross Blood Drive

Posted: Oct 20

When tragedy strikes the nation, one of the most frequently recommended ways to contribute to recovery is to donate blood. …

Surry Community Hosts Grand Wine Tasting Featuring Melva Houston on Nov. 8

Posted: Oct 12

As part of Surry Community College’s Sixth Annual Southeastern United Grape and Wine Symposium, the college invites the community to …

Tie-Dye Project Teaches Surry Students Writing Skills

Posted: Oct 10

To most people tie-dyeing a T-shirt seems like an art project, but for students in Dr. Kathleen Fowler’s eight-week, English …

Surry CC and Lees-McRae Offer Bachelor’s of Nursing Programs at Surry

Posted: Sep 26

The North Carolina Board of Nursing recently approved Surry Community College to offer two new Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nurses (RIBN) …

Surry CC Offering Welding for Women, Artists & More

Posted: Sep 22

Surry Community College has a thriving welding program offering courses both through curriculum and through corporate and continuing education. In …

Surry Community Awards 104 High School Diplomas

Posted: Sep 12

A total of 102 students earned their High School Equivalency diplomas from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017 from …