E-Learning and your advisor can help ensure that you have all of the same tools and services that are available to traditional, on-campus students.
If you have specific questions about Blackboard or learning online, please see the E-Learning page for more information.
If you have questions about student life, registration, our academic programs, academic calendars, and academic support, please see the links below.
Links to Helpful SCC Webpages for New and Returning Students:Each academic year has planned activities for both new and returning students. Make sure you stay in-the-know by accessing and bookmarking the SCC calendar of events.
Do you know the programs that SCC offers? Are you thinking of changing your major. Check this site out for SCC program offerings. We can help get your life moving in the right direction.
Site Map / Main Menu
Can't find a particular webpage at SCC? Try using the SCC sitemap When you think you know what you want to take this semester, go to the Online Class Search Engine.
Make sure your class is available.
(Pssst!!! Class sections with a ‘WC’ section designation are courses that are fully online and can be completed without any physical attendance in class.) How to Search for Class Sections?
What? Don’t know how to use the search engine? Check out IT support for a tutorial on how to use the engine and other important IT stuff.
Where do I find my Grades, Transcripts and Schedule?
Click here for Grades, Transcripts and Schedules.
What Is My SCC User Name and Password?
Each and every new student is issued an SCC username and password that gives students access to all the SCC websites, including our Blackboard (Bb), SCC’s Googlemail, and MySCC. You need to know what your username and password is to access all your stuff.
How do I officially withdraw from a class?
Click here to to withdraw from your distance learning course(s).
Admission to SCC
If you are thinking of becoming a student at SCC there are a few things you’ll need to do to get started. You’ll need to complete an application, pay your fees, take a placement test and request transcripts from previous schools. These links will help you get going.
New Student Orientation (mandatory for all new students)All students are required to take an orientation to SCC. Many students prefer to come to SCC and do their orientation in-person. We do have an online option. Click the link above to get started.
Publications - - SCC Catalog and Student Handbook
Need to look something up? We have our student handbook and SCC catalog online.
IT Student Help Desk
Some students have questions about technology at SCC and what technical requirements are necessary for success.
Student Support Services
The Student Support Services program at Southwestern Community College is committed to the empowerment of its participants to achieve success through:
The Tutor Program at Southwestern Community College is an academic support system designed to help curriculum students achieve success by providing high quality tutorial assistance to meet their academic needs.
SCC offers, free of charge, online tutoring. Access and use it by clicking on the "Smarthinking" link in any of your Blackboard courses. Each student is given 240 minutes per semester for online assistance in any of the following subjects: writing, reading, mathematics science, business, English as a Second Language, Spanish, and computers and technology. Our library of resources are available as well and don't use minutes.
The Holt Library offers access to resources to a wide variety of journals and reference materials via NC-Live an online library service offering full text online journals.
SCC’s bookstore offers distance students books sent via US mail. Don’t let distance keep you from getting your textbooks.
Blackboard at SCC
Blackboard is the software platform where you will take your online courses. We offer online training if you’ve never used Bb before.