Apply for Admission to Snead State Community College
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Snead State Community
College has an open-door admission policy for all United States citizens to
assure accessibility and optimal higher education opportunities. The College admits applicants on an ongoing
basis and students may enroll in courses up to the last day to add a course for
that particular semester.
How to Apply:
submit the Online Application for Admission.
Print and sign
the Signature/Residency Form. This form may be delivered, mailed, or faxed
to the Office of Admissions (256-593-7180). This form is required for all applicants.
Provide proof of identification. According to
Alabama Board of Education Policy 801.01, all students must provide at least
one primary form of documentation or two secondary forms of documentation for
admission to community colleges in Alabama.
Applicants must submit this identification either in person or through a
notarized copy if delivered via U.S. Mail or other third party. It cannot be faxed or emailed.
of a primary form of documentation include the following: an unexpired
state-issued driver’s license, an unexpired state-issued identification card,
or an unexpired U.S. passport.
of secondary forms of documentation, one of which must be a photo
identification card, include the following: a Certificate of Naturalization, a
social security card, or a certified copy of a U.S. birth certificate.
All male students
between the ages of 18 and 26 must show proof
of registration with the U.S. Selective Service System in accordance with §36-26-15.1 of the Code of Alabama of 1974 (as amended). Applicants may visit www.sss.gov to register and/or print verification of registration with the
U.S. Selective Service System.
All students should take
the Compass assessment. It is a mandatory placement program in math,
English, and reading. It is offered in
the McCain Student Success and Career Center on the Boaz campus Monday through Thursdays
from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. Students
wishing to take it at the Arab Instruction Site should call 256-931-3790. Official documentation of ACT/SAT scores (20
or higher in math and 21 or higher in English) or successful completion of
previous college level courses may exempt a student from taking the Compass.
All First Time Freshman
applicants must ensure that the Office of
Admissions at Snead State receives an official
transcript documenting high school / GED graduation. It is the
student’s responsibility to request this from his/her high school or GED
office. Students who took their GED exam
at Snead State may contact Tonya Shields at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 256-840-4165 to request that his/her official GED
transcript be sent to the Office of Admissions.
All Transfer applicants must ensure that
the Office of Admissions at Snead State receives official transcripts from all previous colleges that he/she
has ever attended. It is the student’s
responsibility to request that these transcripts be sent to Snead State. You may download the Transcript Request Form for your convenience. Please
note that some colleges charge a fee for transcripts.
All Transient applicants must submit a transient letter from his/her home
college listing all courses that he/she is eligible to take at Snead State
All Dual Enrollment
applicants must submit
the appropriate approval from his/her high school personnel. These two forms include the dual enrollment recommendation form and the authorization grade release form.
10. All Accelerated applicants must submit the appropriate approval form from his/her
high school personnel.
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