Sedalia is State Fair Community College’s flagship campus.

Sedalia Heckart Building

The 122-acre Sedalia campus is home to an exciting fine and performing arts season with outstanding music, theatre and art performances for students and community members. The world-renowned Daum Museum of Contemporary Art features a diverse permanent collection and offers three exhibition cycles each year with up to 15 exhibitions. The Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center has an indoor walking track that is open to the public, and the Sports Complex features an outdoor walking track and soccer and intramural fields. Roadrunners athletics includes men’s and women’s basketball and soccer, baseball, softball, Spirit Squad, and the Roadettes Dance Team.

SFCC offers continuing education and workforce development programs and classes for individuals, employees and business and industry. Kids College provides more than 30 five-day classes each summer for students entering pre-kindergarten through 10th grade. Free adult literacy, High School Equivalency preparation, English Language Learner classes, and U.S. citizenship classes are offered by our Adult Education and Literacy program.

The college is accessible, affordable and offers classes in many convenient formats—traditional classroom courses, including late afternoon and evening classes; summer sessions; 10-day interim “minimester” classes; hybrid classes; and more than 260 online classes, including several complete degree and certificate programs online.

Areas of Study

  • Associate of Arts degree for transfer to a four-year college
  • Associate of Fine Arts
  • Associate of Arts in Teaching
  • Associate of Science degree in Chemistry or Engineering
  • 65 degree and certificate programs in the arts, sciences, business, career, and technical fields
  • More than 260 online classes
  • Two complete degree programs online: an Associate of Arts degree and an Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Management
  • Partnerships with Central Methodist University (CMU) to earn bachelor’s degrees in accounting, business, psychology, child development, early childhood education, criminal justice, elementary education, sociology, and nursing on the Sedalia campus
  • Transfer agreements with 11 other four-year Missouri universities and dual admission agreements with CMU and the University of Central Missouri.

Bachelor’s Degrees

Because of a partnership with Central Methodist University (CMU), students attending the Sedalia campus also can earn Bachelor of Arts or Science degrees in Accounting, Applied Science in Management, Business, Child Development, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Educational Studies, Elementary Education, Interdisciplinary Studies, Middle School Education, Psychology, Special Education, and Sports Management.

CMU’s courses at SFCC’s Sedalia campus 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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Meet your SGA officer Candidates!

Last, but certainly not least, we have Chloé Andresens. She stated, "I am running for SGA Vice President because I believe it will help me become more of a leader, and stay active in what is happening on campus. I love being active in my community. I love bringing new and exciting ideas to the table, and I believe I will be able to do that for SGA. I believe this will be a great experience for me being able to network with my fellow classmates and friends. I believe I will be a good fit for SGA, and help get the word out about any campus activities. I will always be there when needed, and I go the extra mile in making sure priorities are taken care of."

Online voting starts Monday, March 30. The link will be sent via social media and mySFCC announcements.
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Meet your SGA officer Candidates! 

Last, but certainly not least, we have Chloé Andresens. She stated, I am running for SGA Vice President because I believe it will help me become more of a leader, and stay active in what is happening on campus. I love being active in my community. I love bringing new and exciting ideas to the table, and I believe I will be able to do that for SGA. I believe this will be a great experience for me being able to network with my fellow classmates and friends. I believe I will be a good fit for SGA, and help get the word out about any campus activities. I will always be there when needed, and I go the extra mile in making sure priorities are taken care of.

Online voting starts Monday, March 30. The link will be sent via social media and mySFCC announcements.

Meet your SGA Officer Candidates!

Next up we have Christine Vinroe. She stated, "I want to be SFCC’s SGA President because I want to help improve activities and the community here. I love being involved in school and participating in fun activities. I want to continue to step out of my comfort zone and help others do that as well. I would be a good president because I am involved, a hard worker, dedicated, and enthusiastic about this opportunity."

Online voting starts Monday, March 30. The link will be sent via social media and mySFCC announcements.
...

Meet your SGA Officer Candidates! 

Next up we have Christine Vinroe. She stated, I want to be SFCC’s SGA President because I want to help improve activities and the community here. I love being involved in school and participating in fun activities. I want to continue to step out of my comfort zone and help others do that as well. I would be a good president because I am involved, a hard worker, dedicated, and enthusiastic about this opportunity. 

Online voting starts Monday, March 30. The link will be sent via social media and mySFCC announcements.

Meet your SGA officer Candidates!

First up we have Paige Doogs. She stated, "I am running for SGA President to be a voice for the students on our campus. As students, we all have concerns, requests, and complaints. As the President, I will listen to those things the students have to say and do my best to make changes within our campus. As the leader of all the students, I will be more, expect more, and do more. Being a part of planning activities and coming up with new ideas is something that I find important as a current student. When I get involved I am very dedicated and committed to my duty."

Online voting starts Monday, March 30. The link will be sent via social media and mySFCC announcements.
...

Meet your SGA officer Candidates! 

First up we have Paige Doogs. She stated, I am running for SGA President to be a voice for the students on our campus. As students, we all have concerns, requests, and complaints. As the President, I will listen to those things the students have to say and do my best to make changes within our campus. As the leader of all the students, I will be more, expect more, and do more. Being a part of planning activities and coming up with new ideas is something that I find important as a current student. When I get involved I am very dedicated and committed to my duty.

Online voting starts Monday, March 30. The link will be sent via social media and mySFCC announcements.
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