Office of Admissions - 5 Easy Steps to Apply
|Step 1: Choose a Program of Study|
|Suffolk offers 100 programs of study from which to choose. For a complete list of associate degree and certificate programs, refer to Degree-Granting Programs.|
|Step 2: Select a Campus|
|Once you have decided on a program of study, you will need to select a campus. The Ammerman Campus is located in Selden, the Eastern Campus is located in Riverhead, and the Michael J. Grant Campus is located in Brentwood. Directions and Maps.
Most programs are offered on each campus, and some programs are offered on select campuses. Before applying, search for program-specific information in Degree-Granting Programs.
|Step 3: Submit Your Application|
|You can apply online or you can download the application and mail it. You will need to submit a non-refundable application fee of $40 along with your application. Please make payment by check or money order payable to Suffolk County Community College. Do Not Send Cash.
Readmission – You can reapply online or you can download the readmission request and mail it or bring it to the Admissions Office of the campus you wish to attend. Students who apply for readmission do not need to pay the application fee if previously paid.
|Step 4. Send Your Transcripts and Immunization Records|
DOCUFIDE: We now accept transcripts electronically through a company called Docufide. It is a secure and direct option for high school counselors to send transcripts to the College electronically without the hassle of using paper or mailing envelopes. As a counselor, you will receive confirmed delivery on all transcripts sent. Interested schools should contact Docufide directly to set up an account, at www.docufide.com.
Request your official high school transcript and immunization records be sent to:
|Step 5. Apply for Financial Aid|
|You should begin the application process for financial aid as soon as possible. This will help to insure your eligibility for the program for which you qualify. For more information on financial aid, refer to applying for Financial Aid.|