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Have you paid your fall quarter tuition yet? It's due next week on Thursday, Sept. 5. You may pay online via ctcLink or in person at the cashier's office. Unable to pay the amount due all at once? Check out the Nelnet option. http://bit.ly/2PgdydP
10 Ways to Prepare for Your Freshman Year of College
First year students: get ready to start the year off strong with these preparation tips from U.S. News and World Report. #TipTuesday http://bit.ly/2U9j1Sv
We are grateful to Mayor David and Mrs. Kristin Condon for choosing Fairchild Families Forward, our CCS Foundation fund creating educational opportunities for local Air Force families, as one of the beneficiaries of money raised at the Mayor’s 2019 Our Town Gala on Sept. 13. You can purchase tickets or tables at ourtowngala.brownpapertickets.com
The new student application deadline for students with no prior college is tomorrow, Wednesday, Aug. 28. Apply now: https://sfcc.spokane.edu/Apply-Now
Sue Lani Madsen: College isn’t for everyone seeking meaningful work, living wage
Most people go to college in pursuit of meaningful work and a living wage. But traditional four-year programs aren't the only way to achieve the dream. https://www.spokesman.com/stories/2019/aug/24/sue-lani-madsen-college-isnt-for-everyone-seeking-/
Drama Program students had a great time this weekend showcasing their talents at Theaterfest! Interested in joining a drama class or production? Click for more information: https://sfcc.spokane.edu/What-to-Study/humanities-thought-expression/Theatre
Women Helping Women Fund
The Community Colleges of Spokane Foundation offers several scholarship opportunities each year, including the Women's Educational Assistance Program. For more information on this and other scholarships, click here: https://ccsfoundation.org/scholarships/
Front & Center: Accident in military leads to career in prosthetics, orthotics
Jim Cahill, co-owner of Thompson’s Custom Orthotics and Prosthetics, is a graduate of SFCC's Orthotics & Prosthetics Technician program. The only orthotic and prosthetic technician training program in the western U.S., the program teaches students how to make orthopedic braces and artificial limbs. Enroll now for Fall Quarter. http://bit.ly/2L4iCfY https://www.spokesman.com/stories/2019/aug/18/front-center-accident-in-military-leads-to-career-/
Theater Fest celebrates Spokane’s diverse performing arts community
Join the SFCC Drama Department Sunday at Theater Fest! Students and staff will host a participatory acting workshop at 2:15 p.m. at the Bing, followed by a showcase at 3 p.m. https://www.spokesman.com/stories/2019/aug/22/theater-fest-celebrates-spokanes-diverse-performin/
Reminder: Fall Quarter tuition is due Sept. 5th! You may pay online via ctcLink or in person at the cashier's office. Unable to pay the amount due all at once? Check out the Nelnet option. https://ptprd.ctclink.us/psp/ptprd/?cmd=login
Did you know you can meet with academic advisors and plan your classes for the whole year? Call SFCC at 509.533.3401 to register for New Student Orientation.
Congratulations to graduates of the inaugural Production and Manufacturing Academy created by Wagstaff Inc., GSI, East Valley School District and Spokane Workforce Council. They earned generous industry scholarships to CCS and we can’t wait to welcome them to campus! http://bit.ly/2P2fmXr