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SCC partners with other educational leaders, new and established businesses, service-based organizations and various Salem County offices to provide the most meaningful educational experience.

About SCC
Parents, Visitors and Friends

Contact US

There are a variety of dedicated professional staff members at the College who are available to help. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact SCC at (856)299.2100

Facilities & Directions

Get addresses and directions to the many different locations within Salem County.

SUPPORT Salem Community College

Private support for Salem Community College is more important than ever. With public funding for higher education stagnating, individuals and corporations are needed to generously support SCC and the SCC Foundation with gifts to scholarships, programs and improved facilities.


Salem Community College offers degrees in: the Associate in Applied Science, the Associate in Science, the Associate in Arts and the Associate in Fine Arts. SCC also offers certificate programs and Niche Programs that offer content and skill acquisition in preparation for employment in career specialty areas. Many programs prepare students for entry into specialized careers. Others have been developed to parallel the first two years of a four-year college or university program and are designed to assist students in continuing their education after SCC graduation.

College Accelerated Program 

Salem Community College allows high school students the opportunity to enroll in and receive both high school and college credit during normal class hours at their high school. Participation in the CAP program enables high school students to get a head start on their college career, as well as prepare them for the rigors of college courses. Credits earned under this program will apply toward a degree at Salem Community College and are widely transferable to colleges and universities in the State of New Jersey and outside of New Jersey.

International Student

Salem Community College welcomes students from all over the world. Each student must complete an admissions application as well as provide specific documents in order to be accepted to SCC.

Selective Admissions

Admissions for these in-demand programs is competitive and requires additional steps for acceptance, beyond SCC's requirements for general admissions.



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.

Financial Aid

The primary purpose of financial aid is to provide assistance to students who, without aid, would be unable to attend or remain in college.

Disability Support

The office of Disability Support offers a range of service to both support and accommodate students with disabilities to succeed in their academic program.

SCC Foundation

The Foundation provides financial and other support for the College beyond that which can be obtained through state, county, and tuition sources.

Career Center

SCC assist students in developing the skills necessary to achieve career success, from exploring occupations to identifying pathways to a desired career.

Public Safety

Need assistance on-campus? Public Safety personnel are available at all times when the College is open.

Nursing Center

The Nursing Center will provide you with helpful, important information to facilitate your achievement as a student and to enhance your development as a nursing professional.

Glass Education

The Samuel H. Jones Glass Education Center provides work space for students in glass art, industrial design and scientific glass technology.


The Michael S. Cettei Memorial Library is open to the public as well as SCC students.

Bursar's Office

The Bursar/Student Accounts Office is responsible for tuition assessment, generating and distributing tuition bills, accepting payments, refunds, collections management, and more.

Gear Up!

GEAR UP is a discretionary grant program funded by the U.S. Department of Education. Its goal is to increase the number of students who are prepared to enter and succeed in post-secondary education.


The Educational Opportunity Fund assist low-income New Jersey residents who are capable and motivated, but lack adequate preparation for college.