SFCC-Lake of the Ozarks is the comprehensive community college for lake-area residents interested in general education classes, technical courses, associate degrees, and even bachelor’s degrees.

Lake of the Ozarks Campus

The 28,000-square-foot location in the upper level of the Stone Crest Mall features 11 classrooms, three science labs, three computer labs, a testing center and a commons area for students.

State Fair Community College has served the Lake of the Ozarks without any tax burden. This means that the Lake Area has a fully comprehensive community college with no increase to property taxes

SFCC-Lake of the Ozarks serves traditional students, nontraditional adult students who want to upgrade their skills and industries needing customized training. Classes are small, teachers are local and tuition is affordable.

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 two specialties: Management and Office Management
  • Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice
  • Associate of Applied Science in Construction Technology
  • Associate of Applied Science in Marine Technology
  • Classes in programs offered at other SFCC locations

Bachelor’s Degrees

Because of a partnership with Central Methodist University (CMU), students attending SFCC-Lake of the Ozarks also can earn Bachelor of Arts or Science degrees in Business, Child Development, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Nursing, Psychology, and Sociology.

CMU’s courses at SFCC-Lake of the Ozarks 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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Maycee McKinnon is a Medical Assisting student from Iberia, Missouri. She does her classes online, then once a week meets in Eldon for the skills lab portion of the program. This skills lab is also offered on the SFCC Clinton Campus. Students can choose which location to attend.

Maycee began the Medical Assisting program with a solid healthcare knowledge already. She says, “I chose Medical Assisting to bring a different type of pace to my professional career. Being a CNA for seven years, I see Medical Assisting giving me an opportunity for more responsibility and knowledge. It will allow me to give a higher level of care to patients allowing me to make a greater difference.”

Maycee joined the program with a hard work ethic. She may be quiet, but she is the first to try any new skill – and does it with ease. She says, “I have learned a number of new skills from injections, blood draws, to patient interviewing. I have learned tricks and techniques to provide exceptional care to patients.” She is considering nursing school in her future. She says, “For right now Medical Assisting has provided a great way to get my foot in the door. I am learning many skills I will need to succeed at greater lengths, if I do make the next step to attend the nursing program.

“My plans are to work as a Medical Assistant when I graduate. I plan to take advantage of the better working hours that come with a Medical Assisting career. They are generally 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with weekends and holidays off. I want to have that extra time to spend with my family. They have made a lot of sacrifices on this journey, and without them I would not have been successful.”

The next Medical Assisting program begins in August. It is a two semester rogram with classes online and one day a week in skills lab (Clinton or Eldon). Students have the opportunity to receive credentials in Medical Assisting, EKG Technician and Phlebotomy Tech. Priority deadline is May 15th. For more information call the Clinton Campus at 660-383-1600 or the Medical Assisting program coordinator, Jill Semau, at 660-383-7050 or jsemau@sfccmo.edu
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Maycee McKinnon is a Medical Assisting student from Iberia, Missouri.  She does her classes online, then once a week meets in Eldon for the skills lab portion of the program.  This skills lab is also offered on the SFCC Clinton Campus.  Students can choose which location to attend.
 
Maycee began the Medical Assisting program with a solid healthcare knowledge already.  She says, “I chose Medical Assisting to bring a different type of pace to my professional career.  Being a CNA for seven years, I see Medical Assisting giving me an opportunity for more responsibility and knowledge.  It will allow me to give a higher level of care to patients allowing me to make a greater difference.”
 
Maycee joined the program with a hard work ethic.  She may be quiet, but she is the first to try any new skill – and does it with ease.  She says, “I have learned a number of new skills from injections, blood draws, to patient interviewing.  I have learned tricks and techniques to provide exceptional care to patients.”  She is considering nursing school in her future.  She says, “For right now Medical Assisting has provided a great way to get my foot in the door.  I am learning many skills I will need to succeed at greater lengths, if I do make the next step to attend the nursing program.
 
“My plans are to work as a Medical Assistant when I graduate.  I plan to take advantage of the better working hours that come with a Medical Assisting career. They are generally 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with weekends and holidays off.  I want to have that extra time to spend with my family.  They have made a lot of sacrifices on this journey, and without them I would not have been successful.”
 
The next Medical Assisting program begins in August.  It is a two semester rogram with classes online and one day a week in skills lab (Clinton or Eldon).  Students have the opportunity to receive credentials in Medical Assisting, EKG Technician and Phlebotomy Tech.  Priority deadline is May 15th.  For more information call the Clinton Campus at 660-383-1600 or the Medical Assisting program coordinator, Jill Semau, at 660-383-7050 or jsemau@sfccmo.eduImage attachmentImage attachment

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