State Fair Community College

SFCC fall 12-week classes to start Sept. 2

Posted 8/27/2012

SEDALIA—State Fair Community College is offering 12-week classes in Sedalia, Clinton, Lake of the Ozarks, and online starting Sept. 2.

Classes to be offered in Sedalia include Art Appreciation, First Aid, Foundations of English I and II, Public Speaking, and Computer Skills for College. One five-week class, Web Utilities, which starts Sept. 24, also will be offered on the Sedalia campus.

SFCC-Clinton will offer Global Agriculture, Introduction to Sentence Skills, Foundations of English I and II, Basic Math, Elementary and College Algebra, Environmental Science, English Composition I and II, Introduction to Literature, Living Religions, Microcomputer Applications, College Skills, Public Speaking, and Computer Skills for College.

For more information about enrolling at SFCC-Clinton, call (660) 383-1600 or email

SFCC-Lake of the Ozarks will offer Introduction to Chemistry with lab, Microcomputer Applications, Foundations of English II, Introduction to Social Work, College Skills, Human Biology, and English Composition I.

For more information about enrolling at SFCC-Lake of the Ozarks, call (573) 348-0888 or email

Online 12-week classes include Art Appreciation; Intro to Biological Science; Introduction to Business; Microcomputer Applications; Personal Health and Fitness; Medial Terminology I; US History since 1877; Introduction to Literature; Pre-, Elementary, Intermediate, and College Algebra; Music Appreciation; Living Religions; Environmental Science; American and National Government; General and Child Psychology; General Sociology; Elementary Spanish; Public Speaking; and Applied Wellness.

Second eight-week fall classes begin Oct. 15. For a complete list, visit

For more information or to apply, visit, call (660) 530-5833 or email

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