Summer and Fall 2018 Registration

Summer and Fall registration will begin March 27 for current students and on April 3 for new students.

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See all SCC has to offer.

Surry Community College offers programs to obtain a two-year degree, certificate, diploma, or certification (non-credit).

Additionally, students can earn a transfer degree, which allows them to take the first two years of general education credits toward a four-year degree at a fraction of the cost of residential colleges and universities.

  • Visit SCC at one of our many locations throughout Surry and Yadkin counties.
  • Our customized training program develops long-term strategic partnerships with business and industry leaders.
  • A variety of classes are offered through Corporate and Continuing Education providing opportunities for lifelong learning experiences.

Program News

Surry Hosts Women’s History Month Speaker on March 21

Posted: Mar 16

Surry Community College alumna and Historian, Jewel Parker will present “Subdue Our Masters...Without Violence, Colonial Women Before the American Revolution, …

President’s List Students Honored with Breakfast

Posted: Mar 14

Making the President’s List at Surry Community College takes a lot of studying and perseverance. Many of the students score …

SCC Technology Club Hosts PC Repair Day

Posted: Mar 09

A computer or laptop that is not working properly can cause a lot of frustration, so Surry Community College’s Technology …

Surry Welding Purchases Piranha Thanks to AWS Grant

Posted: Mar 09

Surry Community College Welding students are receiving an enhanced learning experience in fabrication by using the college’s new MegaFab Piranha …

Surry Community Welcomes New Viticulture Instructor

Posted: Mar 08

Surry Community College students returned from winter break to find a new face in their viticulture classes.  Viticulture Instructor Sarah …

Electrical Systems Instructor Offers ‘Energy Smart’ Tips

Posted: Mar 05

Spring is only a couple of weeks away, but homeowners are still reeling from the cost of their winter electrical …