Support Services

SFCC is committed to helping you reach your educational goals. We understand that many students come with special needs. Below are support services enrolled students are encouraged to apply for. Click on the service title to visit their web site.
Childcare/ELC (509) 533-3624
The SFCC Early Learning Center is a state-licensed and nationally accredited child care facility, providing care for children age 6 weeks through preschool. Child Care is available Monday - Friday, 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM.
Counseling (509) 533-3525
Educational and personal counseling services are available to all students through the SFCC Counseling Center. Students may obtain professional counseling services prior to registration to plan their complete program of study.
Disability Support Services (DSS) (509) 533-4166
SFCC has a support services program for students with documented disability. Services include counseling, academic aides, assistive technology and more.
Food Bank (509) 533-4198
SFCC operates a food bank for students and their family or dependants. To avail yourself of this service, please ensure you meet the requirements described at the above link.
Health Clinic (509) 533-3553
People's Clinic, located at 1810 N. Greene St. in Building 9, Room 149, accepts SFCC students on a walk-in basis. For days and hours of operation, visit the health clinic website .
International Student Services (509) 533-3844 or (509) 533-3242
Spokane Falls Community College welcomes students from other countries. International students have an opportunity to pursue a quality education in liberal arts or in professional/technical fields. Click on the link above for more information.
Job Referral (509) 533-3545
Job referral information is available to students, graduates and alumni. Services include local jobs listed on the Internet as well as on a job board.
LGBT Resource Center Bldg 24, Room 300L
Links to resources about sexuality and gender identity/expression. Announcements of events and other resources dedicated to helping everyone at SFCC feel welcome, respected, valued, and safe.
Multicultural Student Services (509) 533-3546
SFCC has a Multicultural Student Services office to assist multicultural community members. The services provided to students include counseling, referals, club activities and more.
Online Tutoring
There are three types of eTutoring to choose from covering a variety of topics - entirely online!
Peer Tutoring (509) 533-3933
The Peer Tutoring Center provides students with an additional resource for developing their writing and study skills.
Veterans Affairs Office (509) 533-3504
Information and assistance is available to all veterans at SFCC's Veterans Affairs Office. Students intending to receive Veterans Administration (VA) educational assistance should coordinate with this office to initiate the necessary applications for benefits.
Work-Study Placement (509) 533-4410
The Work Study Placement Center, in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office, administers the state and federal on-campus and off-campus work programs.

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