If you have a disability, we provide reasonable accommodations to ensure there is no discrimination on the basis of that disability, which is in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Accommodations are adjustments that allow you to access the same education experiences as others.
The Proctor Library has more than 35,000 books and videos, thousands of print and electronic journals and numerous academic databases. We have three computers available for one-on-one research assistance and more than 30 computers in an adjacent lab. Other features include two study rooms and a children’s area.
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!