Welcome to SFCC!
As we begin the semester, it is vital that you read about the public health and safety initiatives, including COVID-19, at State Fair Community College. Click Public Health to learn more. Thank you for doing your part to promote health and safety.
Check out these reminders and tips because we want YOU to get off to the right start!
Your SFCC Team
√ Enroll in classes on time.
Enrollment closes for 16- and first 8-week classes at 11:59 p.m. Aug. 22. If you have questions about enrolling, contact your navigator or set an appointment in Starfish to meet with him or her.
Enrollment for 12-week classes closes at 11:59 p.m. Sept. 6, and enrollment for second 8-week classes closes at 11:59 p.m. Oct. 19. See Academic Dates and Deadlines.
√ Pay your bill.
You have until 11:59 p.m. Aug. 27 to pay in full (by financial aid, personal payment or combination thereof); have financial aid completed with sufficient aid to pay account balance in full; or enroll in a payment plan. You need to do this even if you receive financial aid.
If you don’t take care of this by the deadline, a hold is placed on your account. This means you cannot make schedule changes, enroll in future terms or receive a transcript. Students who choose to enroll in a payment plan will not be able to receive a transcript until all payments for current semester have been received and account balance is zero. For more information, visit how to pay your bill.
√ Check your financial aid.
Go to mySFCC Finance Aid page to check for red flags. Once all red flags have changed to green check marks, your FAFSA application process is complete! You will then be able to see your financial aid offer package. The mySFCC Financial Aid page also has information about scholarships, applying for student loans and other money management tools.
√ Purchase your textbooks
Order your textbooks and course supplies at www.sfccbooks.com. You can choose to have your books shipped directly to your door or you can choose In-store pick-up! Because of COVID-19 restrictions, the textbook section of the Sedalia Campus Store is closed to the public at this time. This means you need to order them in advance. It’s easy, peasey.
- Simply sign-in to mySFCC and select ENROLL on the left-hand side blue menu.
- Under the ENROLLMENT TOOLS heading, select ‘Get Books From Your SFCC Campus Store’ located right below ‘Student Schedule.’ You will be routed to our online store with all your course supply needs loaded for you in your cart; you just go in and choose the ones you want!
√ Go to all your classes, get connected and have FUN!
Going to classes, whether on-ground or online, is necessary to be successful in college. Check mySFCC announcements and student email often so you know what is going on!
√ Add or drop classes.
The last day to add 16-week and first 8-week classes is Aug. 22. The last day to drop and receive 100 percent refund for 16- and first 8-week classes is Aug. 27. No refunds are issued after this date.
You cannot drop a course by simply notifying the instructor or by no longer attending. All hours from course drops will count as attempted hours for course repeats, determining eligibility to continue enrollment, determining eligibility to receive financial aid and scholarships, determining residence hall eligibility and determining athletic eligibility. It is your responsibility to notify the instructor and follow the process if you want to drop your classes. Click Add or Drop for more information.
Students cannot drop their last class or withdraw from all classes online through mySFCC. The link to the Student Withdrawal Form is located in mySFCC > Enroll > Enrollment Tools > Add or drop classes.
√ Roadrunner Ready – SFCC Online Orientation
Orientation is a great tool for students who are new to SFCC as well as current students. Students who take advantage of Roadrunner Ready are more successful in their classes, and they learn about financial aid and scholarships, textbooks, campus resources, SFCC academic technology, and more.
To access the course, go to mySFCC Home page and click the Canvas icon in Applications and Tools. It is available 24/7, so take it anytime. Of course, we highly recommend completing the course before the semester begins!
Need more information? Call (660) 530-5831 or email email@example.com. On-ground orientation sessions will not be held.
√ Apply for graduation
Are you close to completing your certification or degree? To apply for graduation go to mySFCC > Academics > I Need To … and click Apply for Graduation.
√ Update your address and phone numbers.
Keep this information current to ensure financial aid information, checks and important notices, including SFCC Alerts, reach you. At any time, go to mySFCC > Home> Personal Information, and select Update Contact and Emergency Information to make changes.
√ Get connected and stay connected!
Read mySFCC Campus and Personal announcements and your SFCC student email. We correspond with you through SFCC email, so check it regularly. Important information is posted daily about events, news and reminders. You can get your SFCC email on your Smart phone or other mobile devices. Go to ITS Knowledge Base to learn how to do this!
√ Buy a 10-Meal Punch Card.
The SFCC Café, managed by Great Western Dining Services, Inc., offers a 10-Meal Punch Card for non-residence hall students that can be used for any meal with unlimited servings from the residence hall serving line. The punch card costs $53 and is a discount from the regular Casual Meal cost. The card can be purchased at the cashier’s window in Hopkins or online at BLUECARD, Add Funds Now link . There is no expiration date for punch cards. Click Student Meal Plans for details and hours of operation.