St. Clair County Community College

Higher education for the Blue Water Area and beyond

Application for Early Admission

High School Students

Application for Early Admission

This Application for Early Admission should be used by High School guests and Dual-Enrollment students. Applications for other students, such as traditional college students, college guests, apprenticeships, and international students, can be found here.

Early Admission Application

Jr., Sr., III, etc.
if applicable
Contact your high school counselor for your unique identification code.
You are required (by the federal government) to provide your SSN if you will need your tuition information for federal tax credits.

Demographic information

This information is held confidential and is not used by SC4 for admission purposes.

Dual enrollment or high school guest information

The following questions pertain to your interest in becoming a dual-enrolled or high school guest student at SC4.
Don't worry, this can be switched after speaking with advisors.
(If you are homeschooled, enter "Homeschool".)
(If you are homeschooled, enter your home city and state.)
*Additional steps required to be accepted to Early/Middle College programs. Please contact your high school for more information.
By checking this box, I give my consent to St. Clair Community College to review my entire academic record and confer an educational credential upon satisfaction of all degree/certificate requirements.
I certify that all answers I have given are complete and accurate. I understand that the official policies and procedures of SC4 are published in the College Catalog at
Type your full legal name in the box provided as an electronic signature for this Application for Admission.


Office of Admissions
(810) 989-5571

Title IX notice

Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any educational program or activity in educational institutions that receive federal funding. This law extends coverage to employment applicants as well as students, employees, or others affiliated with the College. Learn more or report concerns of potential Title IX violations.

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report notice

SC4’s current Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available. The Annual Security Report discloses information concerning campus safety and security policies and procedures, as well as statistics regarding certain types of crimes, per Clery Act requirements, reported to the campus and local law enforcement during the prior calendar year. SC4 also will provide a paper copy of our most recent Report upon request.