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NJCAA Division II
High School GPA
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Student Faculty Ratio
Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.42 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.34 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.35 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities244 Graduates
Business Administration and Management210 Graduates
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)98 Graduates
Agricultural Business89 Graduates
Diesel Mechanics80 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics75 Graduates
Electrical Engineering Technician68 Graduates
Computer and Information Studies60 Graduates
Truck, Bus, and Commercial Vehicle Operation59 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
Freshmen Live On-Campus
Day Care Services
- of students highly rate the athletics/recreation facilities.37 responses
- of students highly rate the dining facilities.38 responses
- of students highly rate the performing arts facilities.15 responses
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Southeast Community College Area Reviews
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I took several courses through SCC in high school. Overall it was a positive experience. I did mostly online course, which were easy to follow, but also allowed one to one contact with course instructors who were both helpful and easily accessible to contact with any question on homework or tests.
Southeast Community College is a great two-year college with a wide variety of areas to study. A few of the facilities at the Beatrice campus could certainly use some upgrades, but overall it is a very nice college to attend.
My experience with SCC has been wonderful so far. I've been in college for two quarters (10 weeks each) but I have met people of all ages and cultures. You see young and old students which is very encouraging. I believe the college is very diverse even though it's small. I have only encountered one professor that I didn't like but other than that the advisor/teachers I've talked to were all kind and eager to answer any questions I had. The program I am in is also nationally accredited which means that you only take courses relevant to your degree. The down side is that means a lot of out-of-class work (those dreaded dress coded practicums!). Also the requirements change every year so there is still a chance you might take a class that is no longer needed for certification. The school itself is located in one building and always has fun stuff going on for students and some events even allow students to bring guests who do not attend school. The bookstore is packed with essential supplies and even SCC gear (though these things are quite pricey -- TG I have financial aid!) The staff is very helpful and makes the registration process as simple as possible and you don't need to take the ACTs just to prove your grit, although testing for writing, reading, and math skills is needed prior to enrollment due to certain programs having set requirements for these 3 things. Overall I feel welcome and proud to say I go to SCC and love that they go the extra mile to make sure graduates from the school find a job related to the program they have finished.