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Effective September 11, 2017, students applying for admission, transfer, or readmission to any N. C. community college or university must establish residency using a Residency Determination Service (RDS) application. This service will allow a student to use one residency determination (in-state or out-of-state) for admissions applications to multiple NC public colleges and universities and to demonstrate residency for financial aid consideration. Learn More

Returning students must complete an Admissions Application, including a residency determination request, so that your records can be updated prior to registration. You are required to complete a Residency Determination to determine tuition status (in-state or out-of-state) prior to completing and submitting your Admissions Application. Documentation may be required during this process. Once you have completed the residency determination process, you will be provided a Residency Certification Number (RCN) that can be used to complete your Admissions Application.

In order to provide adequate time for the processing of application materials and any additional documents prior to the start of classes, priority dates are identified for each semester. For your convenience, SCC strongly encourages you to complete the admissions application and requirements by the priority date corresponding with the semester you wish to start:

  • Fall Semester (June 1st)
  • Spring Semester (Nov 1st)
  • Summer Semester (April 1st)

Sampson Community College strongly encourages you to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as early as possible in order to qualify for all forms of federal and state aid you are eligible for. Although we encourage students to complete this application as early as possible, please understand that ALL admissions requirements must be completed before financial aid can be awarded.

**An official transcript showing high school graduation or High School Equivalency (HSE) completion is required for all students seeking financial aid. Transcripts from other colleges or universities attended are required to verify prerequisite coursework and for transfer credit review.

Sampson Community College uses an online system called WebAdvisor that can be used to view course descriptions, view availability of sections for a particular course, and ultimately register and pay for classes.

**An official transcript showing high school graduation or High School Equivalency (HSE) completion is required for all students seeking financial aid. Transcripts from other colleges or universities attended are required to verify prerequisite coursework and for transfer credit review.

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