Admission to SFCC
Getting started is easy!
Regardless of your student type, all students must complete an Application for Admissions. If you are a Returning Student who has not completed an application or attended classes within the last two years, then you must submit a new application for admission. Certain Student Types have added requirements for admission to State Fair Community College. Click on Student Types to find out what you need to submit to become an SFCC Roadrunner!
After your Admissions file is complete (application, transcripts and placement scores), you will receive an acceptance letter. You may then schedule an appointment to visit with an advisor either in person, via email, or by phone to discuss your educational goals and how to enroll.
Admission to Allied Health programs
Admission into each of the Allied Health programs requires completion of an additional application. These programs include: Practical Nursing, the Associate Degree of Nursing, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Radiologic Technology, Occupational Therapy Assistant, and Dental Hygiene. Admission into these programs is only allowed at certain times. To access these application packages and view deadlines, visit www.sfccmo.edu/applications.
Admission to MoHealthWINs programs
MoHealthWINs programs and classes provide tuition assistance and require completion of an eligibility form in addition to an admissions application. Programs and classes include Certified Nurse Assistant, Certified Medial Technician, Computed Tomography, Phlebotomy, and Diagnostic Medical Sonography To access the program packets and elibility forms and view deadlines, visit www.sfccmo.edu/applications.
At any point in the admission process you have questions, contact the Admissions office toll free at 1-877-311-SFCC ext. 7217, at (660) 530-5833, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to pay for college
Submit the Free Application for Student Financial Aid (FASFA) to apply for federal grants and loans at the same time you apply for admission. Apply early to ensure that your aid will be in place by fall semester. You will need information from the previous year's federal tax returns to complete the FASFA; apply as early as February 1. Click on how to pay for college for a link to the FASFA form and other information about SFCC scholarships.
A federal financial aid application is good for one academic year; you will need to apply each year you attend college.
Per Missouri Senate Bill 197, all students entering institutions of higher education in the state of Missouri must comply with tuberculosis screening prior to enrollment at the institution. The SFCC admissions application contains questions related to tuberculosis testing and your answers will determine whether you will need treatment or not.
Tuberculosis Screening List of Countries Tuberculosis Screening Assessment
SFCC is committed to maintaining safe and secure campuses for students, employees and visitors. In accordance with the Campus Crime and Security Act of 1990 (and as amended October 2002), the college compiles crime statistics and makes this information available in the Annual Campus Security Report.
As soon as your admissions file is complete (application, transcripts and placement scores) you will receive a letter and other information from the Advising and Resource Center regarding the next steps!