Surry Community College is here to support students in the attainment of their educational and career goals. We care about you as an individual with unique goals, skills, and needs.
The college provides academic support, career counseling, financial aid assistance, placement testing, and disabilities services. The office also offers programming that builds leadership skills and enhances students' sense of connection and community.
We are devoted to helping you have the best learning experience possible and are here to help you should you have any difficulty that will affect your learning or well-being.
Our Career Services department provides resources to assessment tools, occupational information, and statistics that may help you explore careers. We offer services in self awareness, occupational exploration, and professional development.
For more information, visit Career Services.
Free, short-term counseling is available to help students cope with, or resolve problems that create distress in daily living and are interfering with academic success at SCC.
Students with short-term counseling needs may seek help through the Student Assistance Program (SAP). This program will cover up to three sessions for problems that do not require long-term therapy. SAP is available 24/7/365 for Curriculum, WTCE, CCP, and CCR students, along with their permanent household members.
The Student Assistance Program can be accessed online or via phone:
The Disability Services office provides equal access to programs and services and promotes equal opportunities for students with disabilities, through the provision of reasonable accommodations, resources and services.
Contact Laura Bracken, Director of Disability Services, at (336) 386-3443 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
GED testing is offered in the Testing Center located on the main campus. All testing is computer based. Paper testing will only be available as an accommodation. The test consists of four content areas. After attaining a minimum standard score on each of the four tests and a total of 600, a high school diploma equivalency is awarded to the student by the State Board of the Community College System.
Wireless access is available at the main campus and each Center. The Student Technology Center provides students an open computer lab to work on assignments and network with other students. Lab assistants are available to provide students help if needed.
Through our services and programs, we can help maximize success in
creating "career savvy" job candidates. Our career services include:
Students can also find local job postings on College Central Network. It's a free source for searching jobs and posting resumes for employers to view.
The National Honor Society provides the opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.
Placement testing is offered in the Testing Center located on our main campus. Online placement testing is a comprehensive, computer adaptive placement assessment designed to help professional staff place students in appropriate courses to maximize their success.
The Scholars of Global Distinction program allows students to gain global skills that will be marketable and rewarding as they enter the workforce or pursue further education.
For more information, visit Scholars of Global Distinction.
The National Society of Leadership and Success achieves profound resultsin helping students discover and attain their goals, offering life changing lectures from the nations leading presenters, and a community where students help one another succeed.
Promoting better student government, better academic achievement,
student activities, to better student-faculty relations, to heighten
standards of contact among students and remain a member in good standing
of the North Carolina Comprehensive Community College Student
What does SGA do?
Required textbooks and supplies may be purchased at the campus Bookstore. Textbooks may also be purchased online. In addition to required textbooks and supplies, the Bookstore carries a selection of reference materials, apparel, book bags, greeting cards, and other specialty items.
Transcripts can be requested for both Curriculum and Workforce Education (Continuing Education). Follow the steps for the desired transcript documentation.
For more information, visit Transcript Requests.
The Academic Support Center provides free tutoring services to students, on-campus or online. Study groups are available for many subject areas. The Academic Support Center also has a Writing Lab to assist students with writing assignments across disciplines.
Unable to visit our campus or centers? Receive free assistance right from home with online tutoring from the Tutor.com link in Moodle course pages. If a link is not available within a specific Moodle course, please contact your instructor.
Interested in tutoring? Apply to help out fellow students in the field that you enjoy. Visit the Academic Support Center website or contact email@example.com for more information.
Through Veteran's Services, veterans have the opportunity to take advantage of educational benefits. These benefits are based on chapter and eligibility is determined by the Department of Veteran's Affairs (VA).
Contact Tammy Fletcher, Coordinator - Veterans Affairs, at (336) 386-3245 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Choosing a college is an important decision, and we’re pleased that you’re interested in Surry Community College.