Month: November 2020

This fall, Sandhills Community College put into place a new course to help prepare students to earn a high school credential. “Fast Track to High School Equivalency (HSE)” was offered as a speedier way to… Read more

Begin or continue your educational journey at Sandhills Community College in the new year. Registration is now open for spring semester courses. Curriculum (college credit) classes begin on January 11. Continuing Education classes have various… Read more

The Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Scholarship is available for students desiring to pursue in-demand workforce continuing education training programs. There are thirty SCC Workforce Continuing Education pathway classes eligible for GEER scholarship funds. GEER… Read more

The College and Career Readiness department of Sandhills Community College recently inducted students into the National Adult Education Honor Society (NAEHS). The department was granted a Membership Charter of the NAEHS on October 19, 2018.… Read more

Sandhills Community College offers classes to help individuals earn a High School Equivalency diploma, learn English, improve spelling, math, and writing skills, or prepare for English or math college courses. These classes are at no… Read more

According to, firefighters tend to be those who enjoy working outdoors or applying themselves to a hands-on project. They also tend to be social, meaning that they thrive in situations where they can interact… Read more

Through the Continuing Education Career Development division, Sandhills Community College offers classes to help individuals plan careers, seek jobs, learn soft skills and upgrade computer skills. These classes are offered at a minimal cost ($75),… Read more

Sandhills Community College’s Continuing Education Ed2Go programs make it easy to take affordable, high-quality, instructor-led courses online, all from the comfort and safety of your own home. Participants can enroll for the love of learning… Read more

After 20 years of experience working on the administrative side of healthcare in the U.S. Army, Margarieta Gellman decided to go back to school. She enrolled in Sandhills Community College’s Nursing program. “I’d heard from… Read more

In his words, “the stars aligned” when Steve Engle decided to pursue a police officer career. One week after completing the Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) program at Sandhills, Steve started his job as a… Read more