The SFCC Café and Catering is under the direction of Great Western Dining Service, Inc. and offers variety, flexibility, and healthy choices that taste good. Whether you want a full breakfast or just Continental; a quick lunch on the run or full meal; vegetarian selections or deliciously grilled food, there are choices for everyone. Meal plans are available, and Roadrunner Bucks on BLUECARDs can also be used to purchase meals.
Owned and operated by the college, the SFCC Campus Store seeks to serve you with access to textbooks, educational materials, technology and great Roadrunner gear—all at affordable prices and in a fun atmosphere.
Purchases can be made in the Campus Store or online at www.sfccbooks.com. The Campus Store also operates the coffee and snack shop in the Olen Howard Cyber Café in Yeater Learning Center on a limited basis.
The State Fair Career & Technology Center (CTC) is located on the Sedalia campus. It is one of four area career and technical schools in Missouri that is affiliated with a community college. The CTC offers training to high school juniors and seniors in eight technical training programs.
We're here to assist with your career development and help you find student employment while attending college. We offer career advising, assistance with career exploration and job searches, interview preparation, and résumé writing.
Our flexible College Now program comprises many dual credit options for high school students including taking classes at your school, online, during the summer, or at any of SFCC’s campuses. It’s even possible to earn your high school degree and a two-year Associate of Arts degree from SFCC at the same time. Teachers – ask us how you can teach a dual credit class for SFCC!
We offer short- and long-term counseling services to help you overcome obstacles and grow academically and personally. A licensed clinical social worker is available to work objectively with you on a short-term basis. Counseling also is available on the Sedalia campus for all SFCC students through a partnership with Central Methodist University.
Student Services, Room 751, Hopkins Student Services Center