The sections below will guide you step-by-step through the application process. We want to make this process as simple and easy as possible for you.
There are many ways to conveniently apply to our college:
To check your online application status, follow the instructions on Online Application Status.
If you have attended college before, you are required to send in all college transcripts. To request your college transcripts:
NOTE: If the transcript is in a language other than English, provide official English translations of all secondary and post-secondary records and evaluations of those records by an approved independent evaluation service. Applicants must pay the costs of having their records translated and/or evaluated. At a minimum, applicants must have the equivalent of a high school diploma for most programs. If an applicant has an associate degree or a baccalaureate degree, a high school transcript is not required. After applicants submit this documentation, the Student Affairs Office will evaluate their application material.
Note: Students can now apply and be admitted for Summer and Fall 2020 Semesters without SAT/ACT/Accuplacer or any of the below scores.
Students will now be required to have a 2.0 high school GPA for Regular admittance.
If you have test scores or any of the other placement methods below we can review those for placement but are NOT required for admission in the Summer and Fall 2020 Semester.
Having your test scores helps us make sure we give you the best chance of success. The Technical College System of Georgia is committed to assisting each student to achieve at their maximum potential.
All students applying for diploma, degree, and certificate programs must be assessed prior to acceptance to a program of study at a Technical College.
We accept the following tests:
Students possessing an Associate's degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution shall be exempted from placement requirements.
All scores must be valid based on the program minimum requirements. The student may be required to retest or provide acceptable transfer coursework prior to readmission.
If you are a former Southern Crescent student or attended a regional accredited institution, and you completed a College English or College Algebra course and received a grade of C or better, you are not required to take the ACCUPLACER test.
ACCUPLACER is a suite of tests that determines your knowledge in math, reading and writing as you prepare to enroll in college-level courses. ACCUPLACER is used to identify your strengths and weaknesses in each subject area and to help you improve your skills through interactive online learning tools. The results of the assessment, in conjunction with your goals and interests, are used by academic advisors to place you in the appropriate college courses.
COMPANION are paper-and-pencil format tests for students who choose not use the computer-based test. The paper-and-pencil COMPANION tests have been designed to use the same score scales as the computer-adaptive tests in ACCUPLACER.
For more information about testing, see our Testing Services page.
|Griffin Campus: 770-467-6031||Flint River Campus: 706-646-6226|
|Henry County Center: 770-914-4412||Jasper County Center: 706-468-9930|
|Butts County Center: 770-504-7590|
To qualify for in-state tuition Southern Crescent requires all students to provide:
Effective January 1, 2012, all students applying for in-state tuition must provide validation of lawful presence in the United States. The following documents will serve as proof of lawful presence in the United States:
Note: See section 5 of the Admissions Policy page for details and full list of acceptable documents.
To be classified as an in-state student for tuition purposes, an individual must show that he/she has been a legal resident of Georgia for a period of no less than 12 months immediately preceding the date of registration.
We can use one or more of the following to verify in state residence:
Note: See Verification of Georgia Residency page for details and full list of acceptable proof of residency documentation.
All Lawful Presence and Georgia Residency Documents can be mailed to:
501 Varsity Road
Griffin, GA 30223
|Flint River Campus:
1533 Highway 19 South
Thomaston, GA 30286
This application is required for the Pell Grant, HOPE Grant, HOPE Scholarship, Student Access Loan, and other financial assistance programs.
Individuals may apply for financial aid BEFORE being before accepted to the College.
If you would like to learn more about what financial aid may be available to you, visit our Financial Aid page.
If you are enrolling in an Associate’s Degree program please complete the "Hope Scholarship Evaluation Request Form"
The request form is not available for completion online. Download, print and submit to the Registrar’s Office at any SCTC location.
Be sure to check your Online Application Stuatus to keep track of your application process. Statuses are updated as documents are received.
You should receive your acceptance letter in about 24-48 hours via email after you have been accepted.
Meet with your Career Advisor to register for your classes.
You can find out how to contact your advisor on the Advisement page.
SCTC provides an orientation program to fully inform new and returning students on all areas of the College. The orientation session provides an opportunity for students to become familiar with the policies and procedures, and programs of study. It will also introduce students to the college administrators and student activities. Students are responsible for obtaining information presented at orientation sessions.
For details please visit the ROAR (Orientation) page.
Full payment of outstanding charges is due to the college the day before the semester begins.
For Tuition and Fees details/information, visit the Tuition and Fees page.