Manage your college career through these convenient online resources designed to help you stay connected and informed, and succeed academically. These services can guide you through your experience at SCC.
Self-Service is an easy and quick way for you to register, browse, and pay for courses.
Use the Online Services Portal to access Canvas, Student Email and other online services.
Use the Password Reset Portal if you forget or need to change your password. If you need assistance, call the SCC Help Desk at 856.351.2671
As a current SCC student, are you experiencing financial distress? Do you need assistance with college-related expenses? Learn how the Reggie Smith Student Assistance Fund can assist you.
The ASL can assist students to develop learning and study strategies, help students manage their time, and offer tutoring and supplemental instruction.
The office of Disability Support offers a range of service to both support and accommodate students with disabilities to succeed in their academic program.
Advising is a collaborative partnership between the student and the campus community that engages and supports the student.
SCC offers specialty support such as Developmental Education, Supplemental Instruction and Open Labs.
SCC assist students in developing the skills necessary to achieve career success, from exploring occupations to identifying pathways to a desired career.
Salem Community College maintains an "open-door" policy. Any student who can profit from college instruction will be admitted, regardless of his or her academic background.
The primary purpose of financial aid is to provide assistance to students who, without aid, would be unable to attend or remain in college.
The Bursar/Student Accounts Office is responsible for tuition assessment, generating and distributing tuition bills, accepting payments, refunds, collections management, and more.
The I.T. department provides access to college-supported technology services and technical assistance.
The Educational Opportunity Fund assist low-income New Jersey residents who are capable and motivated, but lack adequate preparation for college.