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Are you looking to earn college credit now? You’ve come to the right place. Here you will find information on our Running Start, Career and Technical Education (CTE) Dual Credit, College in the High School and underage and special admissions requirements.
If you’re currently in high school but will be entering as a new student at Spokane Community College (SCC), take a look at our Become a Student section where we guide you through the application process.
Are you researching your college options and plan to move straight to SCC after you receive your diploma? If so, you can plan on entering as a regular student and get all the info you need in our Become a Student section. There, you can explore areas of study under What to Study, start planning your aid in How to Pay for College and get ready to apply.
You must meet the general admissions requirements in order to enroll at SCC. If you need to complete your high school degree, get your GED or take basic skills courses, visit I Need Basic Education.
College Prep courses also are available at Spokane Community College and Spokane Falls Community College. We even have a convenient online class.
Check out more Career Resource information at Career Explore NW.
Are you a junior or senior in high school looking for advanced courses? With Running Start, you earn high school and college credit at the same time.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) Dual Credit provides career pathways for high school students. CTE Dual Credit classes are taught at the high school or skills center and integrate academics with technical skills.
If you're a high school student in grades 10-12, you can earn dual credit for advanced, college-level coursework right from your high school.
Find admissions information for students younger than the minimum age for a program and other admissions requirements and processes.
We offer a High School Completion (HSC) program for qualified international high school students who want to get a head start on their college education. You can save time and money by completing two programs at once. Students in this program can earn a Washington state high school diploma and associate degree at the same time.