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If you want a degree program that saves you time and money, then you'll find it at SIC.

IT'S YOUR FUTURE WE'LL MAKE IT POSSIBLE.

Be the expert. Be in demand. Build a network.

Did you know? The price of a four-year university can be up to 5 times more expensive than SIC.

At Southeastern Illinois College, we give you the tools you need to succeed.

Why spend thousands on a university or for-profit trade school?  What are you really paying for? At Southeastern Illinois College, the value is clear: a no-nonsense, personalized education at a fraction of the cost. You can take the money you save and the credits you earn and go get your bachelor's degree at another institution. Or jump right into the workforce. You'll be ready for it.

SIC is the next step in your education. It just makes sense.

Why spend thousands on a university or for-profit trade school?  What are you really paying for? At Southeastern Illinois College, the value is clear: a no-nonsense, personalized education at a fraction of the cost. You can take the money you save and the credits you earn and go get your bachelor's degree at another institution. Or jump right into the workforce. You'll be ready for it.

SIC is the next step in your education. It just makes sense.

Why Choose SIC?

Affordability

At just $106 per credit hour, you could save over $40,000 in overall college costs!

Small Class Sizes

Get more opportunities for individual attention with our small class sizes.

Easy to Transfer

Our advisors will help guide you through the process of transferring to a university.

Succeed.

Take traditional daytime classes in Harrisburg or Carmi, online classes, night classes, dual credit or early college classes. Tutoring and TRIO services are available to give you extra help for success, along with the new SIC Learning Commons!

Inspire.

Small classes and innovative labs led by caring, highly qualified faculty means more opportunities for hands-on learning and engaging discussion.

Connect.

The variety of clubs, organizations and teams available to students means there’s something for everyone! Get involved and meet other students from around the region and even the world!

SIC President’s and Vice President’s List Announced for Spring 2024

Monday, May 20, 2024

Southeastern Illinois College has announced the President’s and Vice President’s lists for the spring 2024 semester. To be eligible for the President’s and Vice President’s lists, students must take a…

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SIC Partners with Murray State Ag

SIC PARTNERS WITH MURRAY STATE TO HELP AGRICULTURE STUDENTS

Thursday, May 16, 2024

Southeastern Illinois College and Murray State University’s Hutson School of Agriculture are partnering to provide a seamless transition for SIC’s new curriculum in Ag Business, Ag Education, and Ag Sciences.…

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Harrisburg’s Chelsea Morales Commits to SIC Theatre

Thursday, May 16, 2024

Chelsea Morales of Harrisburg will be seen on the Allan G. Kimball Stage at Southeastern Illinois College beginning this summer with Legally Blonde The Musical June 28-30. Morales has been…

SIC Graduates Honored at Commencement

Thursday, May 9, 2024

Southeastern Illinois College held its 62nd annual Commencement Ceremony for the 2024 graduates May 9 in Joseph Deaton Gymnasium. The graduates accepted their certificates and diplomas to cheers and applause…

SIC Celebrates the Next Generation of Nurses at Pinning Ceremony

Thursday, May 9, 2024

Family and friends filled Joseph Deaton Gymnasium on May 9 at 4:00 p.m. at Southeastern Illinois College as the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) and Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) classes of…

SIC Recognizes Outstanding Students

Monday, May 6, 2024

Southeastern Illinois College held its annual Honors Luncheon April 23 to celebrate academic and extra-curricular achievements of the student body in the Harry L. Crisp Student Center. Awards are as…

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