SFCC President Joanna Anderson

Welcome!

Thank you for visiting our website and learning about all the wonderful opportunities we have here for you. It’s an exciting time to be a Roadrunner! At SFCC, we’re a team. We want you to achieve all your educational goals, and your learning and success is our top priority. You’ll find exceptional faculty and staff at all our campuses to help you excel in the classroom and in life.

My goal as president is to advance our relevant and innovative educational offerings to meet your needs. Whether you’re looking for short-term career skills training, degrees that help you pass licensure exams, courses that transfer to the four-year school of your choice, career and technical programs that put you in the workforce, or business and industry training, I want State Fair Community College to be your first choice.

I invite you to visit our campuses and see what makes SFCC special. Please let us know how we can make your experience a great one. We hope you’ll join our SFCC family!

Joanna Anderson, Ed.D.
President

Dr. Joanna Anderson became the fifth president in State Fair Community College’s 45-year history on July 1, 2013. Formerly the vice president of Student Services at Casper College, a community college of about 5,000 students in Casper, Wyoming, she succeeded Dr. Marsha Drennon, who stepped down in 2013 after 10 years of service.

Anderson has more than 30 years’ experience working in the community college setting including multiple departments at North Central Missouri College in Trenton, Missouri, where she served as dean of Student Services, director of Public Relations, director of Admissions, and as an adjunct instructor.

She received a doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis in 2010 from the University of Missouri; a Master of Science degree in Education Curriculum and Instruction in 1998 from William Woods University; a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Journalism in 1978 from the University of Missouri; and an Associate of Arts degree in 1976 from Trenton Junior College (North Central Missouri College).