Offering certificates and two-year associate's degree options, Southwest Colorado Community College (SCCC) is a great choice for students seeking shorter programs at a public institution. SCCC was created from the combination of both San Juan Basin Technical College and Pueblo Community College.
The school provides more ease of accessibility with two locations: a West Campus and an East Campus. Most programs are available onsite at either location, and certain programs are provided entirely online.
Coursework is intended to prepare students for the workforce or for transfer to a public, four-year institution where they can continue pursuing a higher degree and level of learning.
SCCC areas of study include:
- Business Management
- Commercial Driving Training (CDL)
- Criminal Justice
- Radiologic Technology
- Wildland Firefighter
There is a multitude of student services accessible onsite: academic advising, disability resources and tutoring, for example.
The admissions process at the school requires that applicants fill out an application and submit official transcripts. Students can complete applications online or in person. If applicants are at least 17 years old, SCCC has an open admissions policy, and there are minimal requirements for enrollment.
As a fully accredited school, SCCC is able to help students pay for college through financial aid opportunities and tuition payment plans.
Quick Facts about Southwest Colorado Community College
Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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