Spartanburg Community College as an institution fairs markedly well next to some of its fellow State Colleges. It's a community college, so it goes without saying that there is not "college life" (i.e. no athletics, real student housing, night life, etc.). SCC exists simply to be a financial option for members of the Spartanburg Community to pursue their academic interests, and at this it does pretty well (at least within a certain scope of interests). The amount of fields you're able to pursue here are not too widely varied in number, but the options they do have they use pretty well. It has an excellent pre-nursing program and science department. The teachers are all very qualified and willing to spend plenty of time with the students.