- Why SLCC?
- Programs & Degrees
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- Tuition and Fees
- Financial Aid & Scholarships
- Admission Steps
High School Students
Most students—but not all—enter community colleges after receiving their high school diploma or GED. In fact, SLCC classes are also available to high school students for credit, certification and personal satisfaction.
Concurrent Enrollment allows eligible high school juniors and seniors a chance to get course credit recognized and recorded by both their high school and SLCC. Registration and tuition required.
Early Enrollment (EE) invites eligible high school juniors and seniors to supplement their honors or A.P. courses with SLCC classes. EE students may also be able to receive credits that are recorded by both their high school and SLCC. Registration as non-degree and tuition required.
You may also consider School of Applied Technology (SAT) classes. This is a chance to earn certification in a skill before high school graduation to be ready for direct entry into the workforce. High school students do not pay SAT tuition; they are, however, responsible for all books, materials, student and lab fees, etc.