Academic Advising

South Central College’s academic advisors are dedicated to enhancing each student’s academic goals, while assisting students in making decisions and developing educational and career plans. At SCC, students are advised by both faculty advisors and professional academic advisors located in the Student Affairs Center.

Advisors are available to assist students with advising regarding:

  • Academic Motivation Program advising
  • Accuplacer exam interpretation or placement test interpretation
  • Degree or program of study selection
  • Course selection and course sequences
  • Degree and graduation requirements
  • Degree Audit Report (DAR’s Report) interpretation
  • Campus resources available for students

Meeting with Your Advisor is Easy!

Every program at South Central College has its own advisor.

How do I get assigned to an advisor?

Students in technical programs (i.e. Marketing, Agribusiness, Automotive Services, Phlebotomy, Computers, Carpentry, etc.) are assigned a faculty advisor in your program of study, and you can also get help from someone on our professional academic advising team if you are not able to contact your faculty advisor.

Students in programs that are related to general education courses (that are only designed to transfer to a university for achieving a Bachelor’s Degree) including the Associate of Arts degree, the Associate of Fine Arts, and Broad Field Sciences Associates of Applied Science are assigned to the professional academic advising team.

Students that are in the Pre-Nursing major as also assigned to a professional academic advising team member in the Student Affairs Center.  Pre-Nursing students may also contact the Nursing Department team with questions about applying to the Nursing Programs.

What if I am a newly admitted degree seeking student and have questions?

If you are new to the South Central College community as a degree seeking student, professional academic advisors will be available at your STAR Session where you will register for your classes. Please review your academic program web pages so that you can learn about the requirements for the degree that you are pursuing. If you have addition questions after review your academic program web pages, please contact the Admissions Office for assistance. A listing of academic programs is provided on our Majors and Programs page.

If I am an admitted and registered degree seeking student, where do I find out who my advisor is?

Refer to your Degree Audit Report which is available via your E-Services account. A link about how to access your Degree Audit Report is included below for your convenience:

Preparing for your Meeting

  • Make sure and review your academic program web pages and write down questions that you have.
  • Be sure to print and review your Degree Audit Report.
  • Think about other questions that you may have that you can get answered while you are meeting with your advisor.

Office Hours and Locations:

If you would like to speak with an one of our professional academic advising team members and if you are on-campus, please stop at the Student Affairs Center and ask to speak with an advisor about your questions. Office hours are from 7:30AM to 4:30PM Monday through Friday when the campus is open for business. After speaking with an advisor, and depending on your needs, we may ask you to schedule an appointment where we have more time to discuss your unique situation or your long term goals. If you are an on-line student you are welcome to contact a member of our professional academic advising team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or you may call us at 1-800-722-9359.

Faculty advisors can be contacted during the office hours listed on the course syllabus or via email or phone as described in the syllabus. If you cannot reach your faculty advisor you are welcome to contact one of our professional academic advising team members.