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SCC Student Services Personnel at the Hoke Center

Two people working/laughingSandhills Community College Student Services personnel are now available at the Sandhills Hoke Center to assist prospective and current students. Accessing these services is on a drop-in basis from 9 am-5 pm, or an appointment can be made by calling 910-875-8589.

Military and Veterans Affairs

Chris Cheek, the director of Military and Veteran Affairs office, will be available on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. He can connect students to internal and external resources and assist with navigating the process of applying for educational benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs or the Education Center.

Career Center

Gwen Russell, the director of Career Development Services, can assist new and returning students with career assessments in helping identify the ideal career for their personality and abilities. Current students and graduates (within the past five years) can receive resume, letter writing, and interview assistance.

Personal Counseling

Every Tuesday and Thursday, Rosa McAllister-McRae, the director of Student Services at the Hoke Center and a Personal Counselor, is available to help current students with academic, personal, mental, or social issues that may be interfering with academic success. She will respond to concerns in an objective and nonjudgmental manner. Rosa can refer students to local mental health providers if they wish to seek counseling services off campus or need long-term therapeutic services. There is no charge for counseling services, and sessions are strictly confidential.

Enrollment Assistance and Financial Aid

Rosa McAllister-McRae can also help prospective students with the steps to enrollment as an SCC student and offer financial aid guidance by answering questions or directing students and prospective students to others at the college who can assist.

Spring Semester

A spring semester SCC flightPath publication will be mailed to all Hoke County homes in early December. It will contain information about all curriculum programs and the Continuing Education classes set to begin in January through April.

Continuing Education classes do not require an application and begin throughout the semester, with most skills and technical courses starting in January and February.

The 16-week curriculum/college credit semester and first eight-week session begin on January 9. The second eight-week session begins on March 13. Students can take a mix of full-semester classes alongside eight-week sessions.

CCP Classes for High School Students

Hoke High School students can take classes at SCC when a junior and senior. Those successfully completing the required number of CCP credits qualify for the Sandhills Promise. This program offers two full years of classes immediately following high school graduation at no cost. For all information, go to:

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