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Spokane Community College Where do I Start? Follow these ten easy steps!
Step One A Complete the application for admission form in the Admissions Office Bldg or complete online at Or See Kim and Megan tonight!
Step One B Apply for financial aid by completing your Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) at Running Start students do not apply because their tuition is paid by the state of Washington through the public school system.
Step Two A Schedule your COMPASS placement test in the Assessment Testing Center Bldg or phone At the time of your test, bring your picture ID and receipt.
Step Two B Request official college transcripts from all previous colleges be sent to SCC (this would include SFCC transcripts) Meet with a counselor if you have questions about how credits transfer
Step Three Pay your $15 application fee and $20 testing fee I. Online at II. At the Cashier in Bldg
Step Four After completing your placement test, attend a group advising session to obtain an understanding of student processes and services. Sign up for FYI-First Year Introduction; a college orientation class.
Step Five For Running Start Students Only Meet with your high school counselor to obtain your Running Start Course Recommendation Form (you must meet with your high school counselor every quarter prior to registering for your classes).
Step Six For Running Start Students Only Submit: I. Running Start Course Recommendation Form II. SCC Running Start Agreement Form III. Letter of Eligibility for Free and Reduced Lunch (if you qualify) By mail or in the Transfer Center drop-box, Bldg
Step Seven After meeting all admission requirements, you will be notified in writing of your registration access time Watch your mail at home and check regularly
Step Eight You may now register for classes either on campus at a kiosk or on the web at
Step Nine Go to the Bldg for your student ID card. Bring picture ID, student number and class schedule.
Step Ten Traditional students will pay attention to tuition deadlines to insure that their tuition is paid Running Start Students pay mandatory fees if not covered by Letter of Eligibility for Free-Reduced Lunch; tuition for courses numbered below 100 and over 18 credit per quarter.
You are now a college student! Welcome to Spokane Community College