Office of Admissions - 5 Easy Steps to Apply

Step 1: Choose a Program of Study
Suffolk offers approximately 100 programs of study from which to choose. For a complete list of associate degree and certificate programs, search our Programs of Study.
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 Programs of Study.
Step 3: Submit Your Application

It is recommended that you apply online. You will be required to enter your Social Security number and have a valid email address.  Failure to submit your SSN will impact your eligibility for financial aid. Social Security numbers are also required for Federal Tax Reporting purposes.

If you do not have a Social Security number, or do not wish to supply it, you may download the application and mail it to the Central Admissions Office. 

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.
Step 4. Send Additional Documents

Request and submit the following documents to the Central Admissions office.  See address below.

  • Request an official transcript from your high school.  If you received a High School Equivalency Diploma, send a copy of the diploma and scores.
  • If available, submit official ACT or SAT exam scores, Advanced Placement score report, or International Baccalaureate exam results.
  • Submit a copy of your immunization records.
  • Request official transcripts from each college attended, including college courses taken in high school, be sent to the Transfer Credit Evaluation Office at the same address. 
  • If your high school diploma was from outside the United States, submit an Educational Credential Evaluation from an accredited agency as listed below:

    National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES)

    Association of International Credentials Evaluators (AICE)

If you received an individualized Education Program (I.E.P) Diploma or a CDOS Commencement Credential, were home schooled, or earned your high school diploma online, please contact the Admissions Office at 631-451-4000.
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.

All documents must be submitted to:

Suffolk County Community College

Central Admissions Office
533 College Road
Selden, NY 11784