Returning Degree-Seeking Students

1) View our programs

Sandhills may have updated our program offerings since the last time you were enrolled.  Be sure to view our current degree, diploma, and certificate programs before reapplying to the college

2) Reapply to Sandhills

If you had a break in enrollment that exceeds 15 months, complete the online application. As part of the application process, you must complete your online residency interview before your application will be submitted

3) Submit your transcripts

If you previously submitted official high school and college transcript to SCC, you may not have to resubmit the documents.  Call Admissions at 910-695-3725

If you attended another college since SCC, you will need to submit an official transcript from each school attended

Official transcripts must be submitted via fax, email, or in a sealed envelope sent directly from the issuing school to SCC.

Fax number – (910) 695-3981

Sandhills Community College
Attn: Admissions
3395 Airport Road
Pinehurst, NC 28374

4) Apply for financial assistance

Apply for Financial Aid

Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine your eligibility for financial aid.

Apply for scholarships

If you are interested in applying for a Sandhills Scholarship, to include the Sandhills Promise, you will need to complete our scholarship application.

Apply for VA benefits

If you are planning to use your VA education benefits at SCC, visit our VA webpage for helpful enrollment steps.

5) Are you exempt from the placement test?

6) Attend orientation & register for classes

Once you have taken the placement test or been deemed exempt, you are required to attend an orientation where you will register for classes.  In addition to registering, you will learn about the college, hear from financial aid representatives, meet your instructors, and discover campus resources

7) Pay for your classes?

The cost of attending classes at Sandhills is still one of the best values in education. The North Carolina General Assembly sets tuition rates for in-state and out-of-state residents.