Located in Washington State in the northwest corner of the United States, Spokane Falls Community College (SFCC) is one of two accredited institutions that comprise the Community Colleges of Spokane, District 17.
Spokane Falls Community College offers students a large liberal arts/transfer program (approximately 65% of the total enrollment); state-of-the-art professional/technical programs (22%); and developmental courses in Math and English (13%).
Spokane Falls Community College meets the needs of its community by advancing student achievement through quality, accessible learning opportunities that embrace diversity, promote equity, and foster global awareness. The mission of the college is fulfilled through five core themes: Excellent Instruction/Learning, in which SFCC faculty, students, and administration commit to excellence in instruction and learning; Student Achievement, through which SFCC provides students with the tools and opportunities to achieve their goals; Broad Access, where SFCC opens access to all students through a variety of teaching methods, modalities of instruction and services, and locations; Diversity, Equity, and Global Awareness, by which SFCC advances diversity, promotes equity, and prepares students to live responsibly in an increasingly global civilization; and Responsiveness to Community Needs, a theme committed to meeting the changing needs of their community stakeholders through collaboration and innovation.
Spoke Falls Community College is an educational leader and partner with the community and region in providing flexible, responsive programs of the highest quality. Their faculty and staff are dedicated to student success, cultural enrichment and lifelong learning in a student-centered environment that encourages personal and professional growth.
To assure learning outcomes are achieved, Spokane Falls Community College turns to the Institutional Teaching And Learning Improvement Coordinating (ITALIC) Committee, which supports and promotes assessment from the classroom to the program level. For over two decades, the committee has been actively involved in assessing student learning to improve instruction and institutional effectiveness.
The mission of the SFCC ITALIC Committee is to promote effective teaching and to facilitate student learning by supporting educational assessment at the course level and coordinating the assessment of degrees, programs, and instructional delivery systems.
- Arts, Design and Crafts
- Fine Arts
- Information Technology
- Graphic and Industrial Design Engineering
- Human Studies and Services
- Social Work
- Library Science and Documentation
3410 W Fort George Wright Drive. MS 3011, Spokane, Washington, The United States, 99224-5288
Accredited by Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges