WHITEMAN AFB—New students may now enroll for 2012 summer and fall semester classes at State Fair Community College-Whiteman Air Force Base (WAFB) at 511 Spirit Blvd., Room 246.
The summer session begins June 4 and ends July 30. A total of 18 day and evening classes will be offered and include many general education courses needed for all majors.
Fall classes begin Aug. 20. A total of 68 day and evening classes will be offered. Most are eight-week classes, although a few run 16 weeks.
Students enrolled at SFCC-WAFB can earn an Associate of Arts transfer degree and an Associate of Arts in Teaching degree as well as Associate of Applied Science degree in Paraprofessional Educator.
SFCC is a GEM partner with the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) and offers general education courses online for Air Force personnel who want to complete CCAF Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree requirements. For several years the college has been named to the G.I. Jobs Military Friendly Schools list.
Active duty military personnel and their dependents receive SFCC’s in-district tuition rate, the lowest available rate, no matter where they are located.
Nine online “minimester” classes begin Aug. 1 and end Aug. 14 before the regular fall semester starts. “Minimester” classes offer students a chance to take full-term classes in a short amount of time. Deadline to enroll is July 25.
SFCC offers 81 degrees, 14 Professional Certificates and 20 Skills Certificates. Starting this fall, SFCC is offering an Associate of Science degree in Chemistry and an Associate of Applied Science degree in Metals Technology with emphasis in welding technology and emphasis in machine tool technology.
The college also is offering new Professional Certificates and Skills Certificates in career paths such as:
- Automotive—transmissions, drivelines and axles; chassis; electrical/electronics, heating and air conditioning; and advanced driveability
- Computer aided drafting, mechanical drafting and architectural drafting
- Industrial technology—control technology, electrical installations, electro-mechanical technology, electronics, principles of technology, safety and management
- Metals technology—CNC operation, machinist helper, manufacturing technology, machine tool technology, welding technology, and structural welding
Professional Certificates are designed to be completed in one year; Skills Certificates require completing 9 to 18 credit hours. Skills Certificates not only allow students to enter the workforce quickly but also can lead to Professional Certificates or Associate of Applied Science degrees.
The college also offers more than 260 online classes, plus complete degree programs online—an Associate of Arts degree, a business management degree, or a one-year certificate in real estate appraisal.
For more information or to enroll, contact Site Director Philip Kimmel at firstname.lastname@example.org
or at (660) 563-3358 or visit www.sfccmo.edu/WAFB.
People also may enroll at the Sedalia campus. For a complete listing of SFCC courses or for more information, please call the
Admissions Office at (660) 530-5833 or visit www.sfccmo.edu