Fairchild AFB Education Center
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Fairchild Base Pass Application
|SFCC/Fairchild AFB New Student Orientations|
Spring Quarter 2014!
Get the best class selection by attending the below orientation session at the Fairchild AFB Education Center. Secure the right classes for you.
Wednesday, March 12th, @ 1:00pm, Rm. 202
NOTE: All students with less than 30 earned credits are automatically blocked from registering into a class for the next academic quarter. Attending an orientation session will remove this registration block.
The SFCC Fairchild AFB Education Center, located at 6 West Castle Street on Fairchild Air Force
Base, offers college transfer and a variety of other courses in a "state of the art" education
facility. Students without official military credentials to access Fairchild are required to complete an
SFCC Student Base Pass Application
at least two weeks prior to the start of classes.
The center is open to the general public and serves Lincoln County and the West Plains area.
The center enables community and base personnel to work towards an Associate of Arts Degree from
Spokane Falls Community College as well as the Community College of the Air Force. Student counseling,
financial aid advising, and other essential support services are provided at the center on an
appointment basis. The Fairchild base library, also located within the education center, provides
library services and course reference materials to support students' academic studies. For
available course offerings, please refer to our
SFCC Class Schedule.
Phone: (509) 533-8937
Current students may
request academic consulting by completing an online form.
Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA)
Is your spouse a military member currently serving on active duty? If so, you may be eligible for
a new financial aid program for military spouses called MyCAA. MyCAA stands for Military Spouse
Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA). The MyCAA program offers up to $4,000 to military spouses who
are interested in pursuing degree programs, licenses or credentials leading to careers in high
growth, high demand portable career fields.
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Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)
Community Colleges of Spokane values the college-level knowledge students may have acquired outside the traditional
college classroom. You may have acquired this knowledge through your past work, independent reading and study, training
programs or in-service courses, military training not evaluated for credit by ACE (American Council on Education), or
other experiences. Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) enables you to articulate this knowledge and potentially earn credit
Please refer to the CCS Prior Learning Assessment website
before filling out the application form.