Summer Registration Set to Begin at SCC

On Monday, April 13, summer registration opens for returning, new, and special credit students at Sampson Community College. For several students and faculty members, the move to online courses was brand new territory. Now, Sampson Community College continues to move forward in the same manner—by offering all coursework completely online for Summer 2020. Payment for the summer semester is due at 1 PM on Thursday, May 14. Currently, registration and advising for Summer 2020 are being done completely online and virtually as well. 

After the preparations began for all spring coursework to be moved online, that became a quick priority. Still, leaders at the College knew by pushing summer registration back, they would need to have a plan in place swiftly. Rather than looking at the move to completely online coursework as a negative, they have turned it into a positive. Instead, viewing it as an opportunity for new and current students to get ahead on coursework, and for visiting and special credit students to take supplementary courses, as they often do in the summer. 

Dean of Student Services, Blair Hairr, thinks the Summer 2020 courses will continue to be as effective as ever. She remarked, “Summer enrollment is a great way to quickly complete coursework for your degree or transfer to your home institution. This is our first time offering two 5-week sessions and we hope that students find our expanded course offerings helpful in reaching their academic goals.”

Before beginning registration, students must have completed the admissions requirements for Sampson Community College. For returning students, this step will already be completed. Visiting and special credit students can contact prior to completing the registration process. New students wishing to enroll at Sampson Community College must complete the admissions application before beginning registration. 

The registration process can be completed completely online in five simple steps as follows:

  1. Complete academic planning in Aviso.
    • Students must have their academic plans approved by their academic advisor.
  2. Register for classes via WebAdvisor.
    • After your academic plan is approved by your academic advisor, you will be able to register for classes through WedAdvisor.
  3. Pay Tuition and Fees
    • After registering for classes, students will need to pay for their classes. Due to the ongoing nature of COVID-19, the College is not accepting in-person payments. Please pay via WebAdvisor. If you are unable to pay online, checks can be mailed to:

Sampson CC
Attn: Finance Office
PO BOX 318
Clinton, NC 28329

  1. Purchase Your Textbooks
    • Visit the SCC Bookstore page and booklist
  2. Congrats, you’ve completed registration.  

Student Services staff still plan to be actively involved and engaged with students during the registration process, just in a virtual manner. Students can contact advisors via telephone, email, and Aviso, but staff will be most responsive by email at

For more information about registration and for step-by-step instructions, visit More information about Fall registration will be available in the coming weeks.

About Sampson Community College: Sampson Community College is a member of the North Carolina Community College System, located in Clinton, NC in Sampson County. The college offers many programs to include two-year degrees, college transfer, continuing education and workforce development options, and early college education.