SFCC-Clinton is located in the Truman Regional Educational Center, and provides general education classes, career programs, associate degrees, and even bachelor’s degrees.

SFCC Clinton Campus

The center features classrooms, lab space, a testing center, and a commons area. SFCC-Clinton serves an average of 350 students, offering an excellent learning environment for anyone seeking a college education at a low cost. We strive to meet our students wherever they are and help them reach their educational goals.

Areas of Study

  • Associate of Arts degree for transfer to a four-year college
  • Associate of Arts in Teaching
  • Associate of Applied Science in Business Management with three specialties: Management, Marketing/Retail, Office Management
  • Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Development
  • Associate of Applied Science in General Career Studies
  • Associate of Applied Science in Paraprofessional Educator
  • Associate of Applied Science in Medical Assistant
  • Professional Certificate in Medical Assistant
  • Classes in programs offered at other SFCC locations

Bachelor’s Degrees

Because of a partnership with Central Methodist University (CMU), students attending SFCC-Clinton also can earn Bachelor of Arts or Science degrees in Accounting, Applied Science in Management, Business, Child Development, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, General Studies, Middle School Education, Psychology, RN to BSN, Sociology, and Special Education.

CMU’s courses at SFCC-Clinton are taught in the late afternoon and early evening to accommodate working students and are designed for students who already have completed Associate of Art or Associate of Applied Science degrees. CMU’s courses also are appropriate for students who are interested in personal or professional enrichment and who are not seeking bachelor’s degrees.

CMU degree programs offered at SFCC are fully accredited. For more information visit CMU.

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FALSE! You can be a college student at any age. Our students are all ages and have various life experiences. These factors create a rich learning experience at our SFCC campus. According to recent graduate Amy Underwood, “Having classes with non-traditional students helped me understand another perspective on class material. Non-traditional students have a different outlook than I do because they have more life experience than I do. This has helped me take a step back and look at a bigger picture, not only in my classes, but in my everyday life.”

It is never too late to get started! Go to www.sfccmo.edu today and become part of our SFCC family.

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Q: What does the number 150 meant to CMU-Clinton?
A: As of May 2017, nearly 150 area students have earned their bachelors degree with CMU-Clinton!

We would love to hear from our former graduates. Let us know where you are and what you are doing. Email the Sandy's at: sgilkey@centralmethodist.edu or braithw@centralmethodist.edu.

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The academic year runs fall, spring, summer. This can be a little confusing when it comes to completing your FAFSA. Just remember that the lead year on the FAFSA references the fall semester. Example: 2017/18 FAFSA covers the academic year beginning fall of 2017. Have questions about the FAFSA? Call or email: (660) 383-1600 / Clinton@sfccmo.edu. ...

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