Though it serves a population of about 650,000, Southwest Tennessee Community College (STCC) is committed to maintaining small class sizes and a personalized atmosphere. STCC’s academics include technical certificates and professional associate’s degree programs in more than 55 areas of study, with several concentrations for those with specific interests.
In addition to these vocational programs, STCC offers about 35 “university parallel” associate’s degrees. These programs are designed for students who wish to transfer to a four-year school. They provide the general education requirements to transfer to a number of bachelor’s degree programs, including English, Psychology, Music, Pre-Law and more.
In order to make tuition affordable, the Southwest Tennessee Community College Foundation funds several scholarships programs. Many of these scholarships are based on merit and require the Foundation Scholarship Application to be completed by March 15. Eligible students can also apply for need-based financial aid with the FAFSA.
Southwest Tennessee Community College has an open admissions policy and requires only an application and a $10 admissions fee. Students seeking a degree or certificate must also provide an official high school transcript.
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