Why Spokane Community College?
Enrolling at Spokane Community College is one the best ways to start your college education or prepare for high-demand jobs.
- Affordable: Tuition at SCC is among the lowest in the state. You'll save thousands of dollars
by completing the first two years of a four-year degree with us or studying in one of our career-technical programs.
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- Comprehensive: At SCC, you can prepare for high-pay, high-demand careers, take classes that
transfer to a four-year university or earn a GED, learn English as a Second Language or prepare for college.
- Student-centered: Your academic and personal development is important to us. Our student
support staff can help you overcome personal and academic challenges, achieve educational goals and get involved
in campus life.
- Focused on student success: More than 60 percent of SCC students successfully transfer to
four-year colleges and universities, and almost 80 percent of our career-technical students find employment after
But that's not all to think about. SCC emphasizes:
- Financial assistance for students: SCC offered more than $51,573,490 million in
aid to 6,243 students in 2013-14. We also have programs in place to help you understand and manage your student
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- Instructional excellence: With more than 500 well-qualified, experienced full- and part-time
instructors, we can offer smaller classes, additional individualized attention and innovative teaching styles
for our students.
- Exciting program offerings: We offer more than 90 degrees and professional certificates,
giving you the opportunity to explore a wide range of academic, professional and technical fields. Equally
important, we'll help you develop an academic game plan that gets you that degree or certificate!
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You don't need to live in Spokane to attend SCC. We have education
centers in Colville, Inchelium, Ione, Newport and Republic that offer transfer and career-technical programs
plus adult education and noncredit classes. Or consider earning a degree or certificate through