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Coronavirus Updates

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The Washington State Department of Health has established a call center to address questions from the public. If you have questions please call 1-800-525-0127 and press #.

Community Colleges of Spokane will update this page when any relevant developments occur. This page was last updated Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2020​.


In compliance with Gov. Jay Inslee’s directive, Community Colleges of Spokane moved the majority of its classes to online instruction in April along with its student services. In May the governor’s office issued guidance for classes deemed essential and a number of CCS classes ended spring quarter with some in-person instruction. Student services remain mostly online and a current list of available student resources can be found on our virtual campus pages.

Most SFCC classes are typically online during the summer and that is the same during Summer Quarter 2020. At SCC, both Summer and Fall quarters will be highlighted by a large number of in-person programs along with a strong offering of online and hybrid (partially online, partially in-person) courses.

We will continue to meet all health and safety guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19 including the wearing of face coverings by all, safe distancing between people, regular cleaning of the room and equipment, and hand sanitizer or hand washing. The colleges have assistance available for students who need laptops or internet access, as well as general financial assistance and emergency funding.


Accessing Student Services

Closures, Event Delays and Cancellations

For Visitors

The SFCC campus and CCS District Office are closed to drop-in visitors but open to visitors by appointment due to the coronavirus pandemic. The SCC campus is open to visitors. All visitors will have to complete a health attestation verifying they do not have any symptoms of COVID-19. The online health attestation is at this link and visitors are encouraged to complete it before arriving on campus. A paper attestation will be available if you forget. 

If you want to visit the SFCC campus or the CCS District Office, please contact the department or person who can help you and ask about making arrangements to visit. Connections are at the links below.


Stay Informed

Where can I find information in different languages?

The Washington State Department of Health website has information in 11 languages.


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