Free class available to qualified applicants during the fall term
information provided by South Suburban College
SOUTH HOLLAND, Ill. (July 26, 2019) – Fall Registration is already in progress at South Suburban College (SSC). The 2019 Fall Semester begins the week of August 19 for both credit and non-credit classes at the college’s Main Campus and Oak Forest Center. The class schedules and registration application are available online at www.ssc.edu. Prospective students are encouraged to register soon to secure their preferred schedule.
Once the application process is complete, new students will receive an SSC email account and a Self Service Username & Password via email, which will allow access to student information and class registration.
SSC also offers a free class to first-time credit students residing in District 510—which includes Lansing—and in Lake County, Indiana. Residents may take the free class during a fall or spring semester. High school students may also utilize the free class during the summer semester before or after their senior year. The free class opportunity applies to tuition only, and does not apply to courses of more than 5 credit hours. The free class cannot be used with State or Federal Financial Aid, other Special Tuition Programs, or Employer Subsidy Programs.
For more information, visit www.ssc.edu or contact the Admissions Office at 708-210-5718. Para Información En Español Llame: 708-210-5740.
South Suburban College is a community college that provides opportunities for students to begin or resume pursuing their college goals at a convenient, affordable location. Located in South Holland, Illinois, South Suburban College serves 21 communities including parts of the Chicago Southland and northwest Indiana. SSC provides a variety of support services and leadership opportunities to its students in addition to a wide range of academic program options.
South Suburban College’s Main Campus is located at 15800 South State Street in South Holland, Illinois. The Oak Forest Center is located at 16333 South Kilbourn Avenue, Oak Forest, Illinois. For more information, contact the Office of Admissions at 708-210-5718.