- Fall 2012 enrollment – 5,119
- Gender – 35% male, 65% female
- Full-time – 2,713 full-time (53%)
- Part-time – 2,406 part-time (47%)
- Average student age – 25
- Residency – 5,033 from Missouri, 71 out of state, 15 international
- Missouri counties represented – 72 of 115
- Faculty – 69 full time, 307 part-time
- Staff – 112 full-time, 38 part-time
- Student/faculty ratio – 14.1:1 (fall 2012)
- Alumni – more than 12,000 graduates
- Lifelong Learning, GED, ESL, and Business and Technology participants – more than 4,100 (2010-2011)
- Mascot – Roadrunner
- Accreditation – by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools since 1976
SFCC distributed more than $15 million in scholarships, grants, loans, and work study funds to students for the 2011-2012 academic year.
- 96 percent of full-time, first year students received financial aid; 78 percent of all students received financial aid.
- More than 468 students received A+ state funding during the 2010-2011 academic year.
- Average aid package of full-time, first-year students was $6,095, and the average for all students was $6,005.
- A total of 572 online classes were offered in the 2010-2011 academic year. Classes are offered in such disciplines as education, English, literature, math, healthcare, psychology, music, criminal justice, and computer-aided drafting. Prospective students enroll through Student Services and complete all coursework online. Tuition is the same for online classes as for on-site classes.
Ninety percent of SFCC technical program graduates found employment, continued their education, or joined the military for the 2009-20010 academic year.
With funding from federal grants, SFCC has implemented two TRiO programs. Students in TRiO for Educational Preparation and Success helps low-income, disabled, or first-generation students enter and finish college with four-year degrees. Upward Bound, in partnership with Smith-Cotton High School, prepares low-income, first-generation students in grades 9-12 to be successful college students. It also has a six-week summer component that is held on SFCC's main campus.
- In addition to its Sedalia campus, extended campus sites are located in Boonville, Clinton, Osage Beach, Warsaw, and Whiteman Air Force Base in Knob Noster.
SFCC delivers dual credit courses to 573 high school juniors and seniors in 18 locations throughout the 14-county service area in such locations as California High School; Camdenton High School; Clinton High School; Cole Camp High School; Concordia High School; Eldon High School; La Monte High School; Leeton High School; Lincoln High School; Morgan County R-I, Stover; Northwest High School, Hughesville; Sacred Heart High School, Sedalia; School of the Osage, Kaiser; Sherwood High School, Creighton; Smith-Cotton High School, Sedalia; Smithton High School; Sweet Springs High School; and Warrensburg High School.
Data sources–Institutional Research and Planning, Financial Aid Office and Marketing and Communications, November 2012