Built on a 113-acre site overlooking the Spokane River,
SFCC honors its heritage as a Native American encampment and as an outpost
for the U.S. Army dating back to the late 1800s. It also strives to provide
the best for its students in terms of state-of-the-art educational facilites
The Computing, Mathematics and Science Building features
a 60-foot Foucault pendulum and a 200-station instructional computing center.
SFCC's Technical Arts building opened in 1995 and includes an up-to-date
computerized competency-based learning laboratory, while the college's foreign
language learning center, which opened in 1999, is the only one of its kind in the
state community college system.
The college's 70,000-square-foot Student Union Building (SUB)
houses numerous services including financial aid, counseling, multicultural
student services, the international office, cafeteria, bookstore, game room,
bowling alley, job placement, student government, and more.
The campus also has its own theater, performing arts center,
art gallery, wellness/fitness center (featuring a 3,500-square-foot addition
completed in 2000) and gymnasium.