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Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions

Am I ready?


Dual enrollment is serious business. College courses do count as high school credit and appear on your high school transcript. If you withdraw from, or fail a college course, you will receive a grade of F on your high school transcript. When a grade of F is reported you do not receive credit for the course at your high school, this may prevent you from graduating from high school. College instructors are not obligated to accept late work, or allow you to make up missed work. If you do not show up on the first day of class, or have more than two absences consecutively, you may be withdrawn from the class. You will be withdrawn from the class if you miss two days in a row for a six week class, or four days in a row for a full term class. Withdrawals do not affect your college GPA, but they do affect your ability to receive financial aid after high school.

Considering online classes? Check out this article “Is On-line Right for Me” for information on the expectations of an on-line class.

Can I take classes during the summer?

Sophomores:
What grade will you be going into? If you will be a senior in the fall then YES! If you will will be a junior in the fall then you will need to provide documentation stating that you will complete sophomore year and have enough credits to be a junior before the start of our summer term. If you are graduating and will be a college freshman in the fall then you can, as long as your graduation date is after the start date of our summer term. The SCC Summer Term usually begins mid-May. Please see the academic calendar.

How do I log into my on-line class?
Online classes are accessed through your mySCC account. You will need your SCC Student ID. This was mailed to your home address. If you cannot find your ID, please contact Amanda Everhart.

If you are having an issue logging in to your account, please contact our IT Help Desk at 828.339.4409.

What if I have tech issues?

Log-In Issues
Blackboard or On-line Class Issues

Both of these pages have a chat that is available during the workweek.