Services for Parents
Students, parents, faculty and staff are all partners in the educational process and together we strive to help students explore their educational and career options, set realistic goals and work toward those goals. Beginning with course placement evaluation, these free services can take you through advising and career counseling and on to provide academic support.
The Advising and Resource Center is comprised of various components of SFCC’s student support services that work collaboratively to help you achieve your academic goals.
Counseling Services provides comprehensive support services to enhance the educational learning environment for all students at SFCC. Services include academic advising, degree planning, personal counseling on a short-term basis, and transfer advisement.
Career Services helps you assess the ways in which your education, goals, values, interests and abilities can be translated into a rewarding career. It can also link you with local and national employers through career counseling and online resources.
The Access Office serves students with self-disclosed disabilities, including physical and learning disabilities, psychological needs, deaf or hearing impairment, or visual impairment or blindness. The office also provides reasonable accommodations to qualified students with documented disabilities. Accommodations are adjustments made for students to allow them to access the same educational experiences as their peers.
Student Success Center (660) 596-7253
Student Services (660) 530-5830
Counseling & Career Office (660) 530-5831
Access Office (660) 530-5832
Student Achievement Center (660) 530-5815
TRiO (660) 530-5800, ext. 7219
Testing Center (660) 530-5818
GED/ESL/AEL (660) 530-5815
Lifelong Learning (660) 530-5822
Business & Technology Center (660) 530-5810
Library (660) 530-5842