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For more than 50 years, our graduates have voyaged ahead to pursue a diverse range of local, national and international careers, becoming everything from doctors and judges to editors and artists. There's no dream too big for SJR State. You can get there from here.
Students at SJR State range in age from 16 to 60 and beyond. While most students are beginning college courses for the first time, many are returning to college to explore a new career path, enrolling in classes full time, online, or one class at a time.
Some students will tell you that selecting their major was an obvious choice, while others need more time to explore their options. Either way, you've come to the right place, and we're ready to help you every step of the way.
Now let's get started!
You'll need to select a classification to get started. Are you seeking a degree, vocational training, or a few skill-building courses? The College’s admissions Web page will help you determine your classification and program requirements.
This includes paying the application fee, providing proof of residency and submitting copies of your high school and/or college transcripts, ACT and/or SAT scores. You can complete the online application process over multiple sessions. Don’t forget to schedule a placement test if necessary or desired. The academic advising office will assist you.
Financial aid, scholarships and loans are available. Students who apply early and meet deadlines increase their chances of receiving the finances necessary to attend college. Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Also visit the SJR State Foundation Web page for scholarship opportunities.
Orientation is the first step toward ensuring a successful experience at SJR State. All new students are required to complete orientation before registering for classes. The academic advising office will contact you with details once your application has been submitted.
All new students will meet with a counselor for the first time during orientation.
Register and pay for classes online according to your enrollment status (credit hours earned).