Need advising? We can help!
Advising at Southeast Community College is your partner from the moment you are admitted through graduation and beyond. We designed advising services to support you in and out of the classroom and will work with you to create an educational plan that fits with your academic, career and personal goals. We’ll be with you every step of the way on Your Path to Possible!
College Advisors are listed by campus along with their areas of expertise. Your best way to reach your College Advisor is via email.
We have two types of advisors to help you meet your goals. They are:
College Advisors connect with you from the point of admission throughout your collegiate career at SCC.
College Advisors will:
- Clarify and confirm your academic path and career choice
- Advise you at New Student Enrollment for your first semester and subsequent terms as needed
- Serve as your ongoing success coach
Program Advisors provide academic support beginning with your second term at SCC.
Program Advisors will:
- Serve as your content expert by providing detailed advising for your specific area of study
- Provide career mentoring as you explore career options
Contacts (All Campus Locations)
Associate Degree Nursing, Healthcare Services, Practical Nursing, Pre-Health Pathway - Students pursuing a SCC health program/working on prereqs towards any SCC Health Program, Business, Criminal Justice
Call 402-228-8285/Test 402-656-6282
Agriculture Management & Production, Horticulture & Turfgrass Management, Livestock Management & Production, Precision Agriculture
Academic Transfer with last names S-Z
Students pursuing a SCC health program/working on prereqs towards: Dental Assisting, Healthcare Services, Paramedic, Respiratory Care, Physical Therapy Assistant, Radiologic Technology, Polysomnographic Technology, Surgical First Assist, Surgical Technology - with last names L-Z
Graphic Design | Media Arts, Criminal Justice
Call 402-437-2759/Text 402-588-5544
Academic Transfer with last names N-R
Call 402-437-2629/Text 402-588-5220
Students pursuing a SCC health program/working on prereqs towards: Dental Assisting, Healthcare Services, Paramedic, Respiratory Care, Physical Therapy Assistant, Radiologic Technology, Polysomnographic Technology, Surgical First Assist, Surgical Technology - with last names A-K
Pre-Nursing Students with last name A-G.
Transfer Pathway - Students pursuing a health program outside of SCC
Call 402-437-2860/Text 402-227-6755
Business (Accounting, Business, Business Communication) with last name K-R
Call 402-437-2538/Text 402-545-5933
Automotive Technology, Certified Dietary Manager, Culinary/Hospitality, Electronic Systems, Long Term Care Administration, Medical Assisting, Medical Laboratory Technology, Pharmacy Technician
Design and Drafting Technology, Welding Technology
Call 402-437-2855/Text 402-413-5298
Students who have been admitted to: Dental Assisting, Associate Degree Nursing, Paramedic, Physical Therapy Assistant, Polysomnographic Technology, Practical Nursing, Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Care, Surgical First Assist, Surgical Technology
Pre-Nursing Students with last name H-P
Call or text 402-750-5381
Business (Accounting, Business, Business Communication) with last name A-J
Call 402-761-8436/Text 402-227-3554
Electrical & Electromechanical, Electrical Construction – IBEW Option, Energy Generation Operations, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Nondestructive Testing, Precision Machining & Automation, Technical Skills Instructor
Call 402-761-8238/Text 402-538-8586
Academic Transfer, Building Construction, Business, Health Sciences Associates, Healthcare Services, HVAC & Refrigeration, Land Surveying/Civil Engineering, Plumbing, Practical Nursing
If you are interested in transferring to a different program at SCC or a different college, you will want to use these resources to help you with the process:
Where can I transfer?
What can I transfer?
Representatives from colleges and universities in the Lincoln area are available to meet with you on the Lincoln campus. Check the schedule below for the days, times and locations they will be available:
Many of our Health Science programs have admission requirements that must be completed prior to admission into the program. After meeting the requirements, students may apply for admission into their desired Program of Study.
If you are interested in applying to any of these Health Science programs, you should apply to Health Sciences – Associate of Science and indicate your program of interest.
If you are interested in these programs, you should apply directly to the program as opposed to the Academic Transfer or general Health Sciences program.
Our Admissions Counselors will guide you through the admissions process. Whether you are a first-time student, a student from another college or a current student switching programs, we are here to help you with:
- The application process
- Understanding your course placement based on test scores (ACT, SAT, and/or Accuplacer/Next Generation Accuplacer and/or possible transfer credit
- Guiding visiting students through course selection and registration
- Career Counseling with Explore Career Options and the Focus 2 Career Assessment Tool for prospective students
- Learning more about SCC programs of study
Our College Advisors are here to help you with the following:
Study Skills: Are you tired of studying hard and still not doing your best? College Advisors will meet with you to explore study strategies designed for your learning style and will make referrals to campus resources as needed.
Time Management: Is your life pretty busy? College Advisors can teach you time management strategies and help you create patterns for success even in the busiest schedule.
Goal Setting/Prioritizing: Not sure why you’re here or where you’re going once you’re done at SCC? College Advisors will help you look at your values, interests, talents, and responsibilities to set goals and create action plans to achieve those goals.
Connection to Campus & Community Resources: College Advisors can help link you to other important resources like Counseling Assistance Program for Students (CAPS), Financial Aid, and the Tutoring and Learning Center just to name a few.
Personal Support: Need a place to land while you’re on campus? We’ve got you covered. The Advising Center has round tables for group work and conversations, a computer lab for student use, and a friendly staff that will encourage you, hold you accountable, and be there for you every step of the way.
Academic Support: If things aren’t going well, DON’T GIVE UP! We are here to help you look at options, develop a plan, and get back on track. Some additional student resources include: