Accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Spartanburg Community College (SCC) has three campuses including SCC central campus, Cherokee County campus, and Tyger River campus.
Spartanburg Community College has many academic programs designed to help students transfer to four-year colleges or universities, or to enhance their career skills and earn occupational certificates to enter the workforce. The Associate in Science as well as the Associate in Arts degrees are designed for students seeking four-year degrees. The classes in the arts degree program are comparable to courses taken during the first two years of higher education in the following areas of study: business administration, fine arts, education, journalism, history, and social work. The classes in the science degree are similar to courses taken in the first two years of degrees at a university in the field of sciences, health, computer sciences, mathematics, and engineering.
In addition, Spartanburg Community College offers Corporate & Community Education. The program includes flexible scheduling, three locations, and three styles of instruction. The three locations are Spartanburg, Duncan, and Cherokee. The types of instruction include online classes, traditional instructor-led courses, and a blended approach utilizing online and traditional styles of learning.