Frequently Asked Questions
College FAQ, Online College FAQ: answers to questions about college in California
Everyone has questions about going to college. SBBCollege has complied some of the most frequently asked questions to better help you through the admissions process. If you do not see your question below, please call 1-866-749-SBBC and a member of the admissions team will be happy to assist you further.
How do I apply to SBBCollege?
Each applicant must meet with an admissions associate for a career planning session, and submit an application for admission. Schedule a visit to the campus.
Will I qualify for financial aid?
Since SBBCollege is an accredited college - through ACICS, The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools - we do offer financial assistance to those who qualify, such as grants, scholarships, loans etc. Learn more about Financial Aid at SBBCollege.
Each student has a unique situation which determines how much aid they will qualify for. As part of the enrollment process, each student meets with a financial aid associate who will assist them through the financial aid process, and help find them a financial plan.
Do I need a high school diploma or GED?
SBBCollege encourages everyone to earn their high school diploma or GED. If an applicant wishes to enroll in SBBCollege and does not already have their diploma or GED, most campuses have programs to help them get their GED. When the student has successfully earned their GED, they can begin the process of enrolling into one of the College's degree or job training programs. Schedule an appointment to get started.
I'm not sure which program at SBBCollege is right for me.
The SBBCollege admissions team provides a free career planning session at each campus. These informative one-on-one sessions are designed to help you decide which career path is the right fit for you. Schedule a visit to the campus.