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If you are between 16 and 24 years old, you may be eligible for tuition assistance through "Michigan Works! Young Professionals." Click here for more information.
Click on the arrows below to see the steps.
Print an application
Paper applications are required for dual-enrolled high school students, college guest students and international students.
To be considered for financial aid,
complete the FAFSA form at www.fafsa.ed.gov
and include SC4 Federal School Code 002310. (High school guests, college guests
and students attending for personal enrichment, and students without a high
school diploma or GED are not eligible for financial aid.)
SC4 Financial Aid
Call (810) 989-5555 to schedule your assessments. If you have a student number, click here to schedule online.
All new students (and transfer
students without college level English and/or math classes) are required to take assessments of math, reading and writing skills OR
submit ACT scores to ensure proper course placement. (You may want to consider
taking COMPASS assessments if you took your ACT exam as a junior.)
COMPASS sample questions
ACT and COMPASS placement charts
Call (810) 989-5520 to schedule
orientation once ACT or COMPASS scores have been submitted.
An on-campus orientation is
required for all new students. A campus tour and important information will be
provided. We also will help you activate your SC4 Portal and take your photo
for your Skippers ID card.
Transfer students, students who
already have a college degree, or students taking classes for personal
enrichment are not required to attend.
Call (810) 989-5520 to schedule an
advising appointment. If you have a student number, click here to
All new and transfer students are
required to meet with an advisor to plan classes for the first semester and
learn about degree requirements. (The requirement is waived if you have a
college degree or are taking classes for personal enrichment).
Frequently asked questions
Register through the SC4 Portal, during an advising
appointment, or in the Self-Service Room of the SC4 Welcome Center.
View our tuition information page
View information on payment plans
Now that you have registered, you'll need books! Visit our bookstore's website for more information.
Click here to view important dates.
For more information on Admissions, call (810) 989-5520 or email SC4Admissions@sc4.edu.