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Academic Classes

Our two campuses – Spokane Community College (SCC) and Spokane Falls Community College (SFCC) – offer high-quality, fully accredited academic classes. You can earn an associate of arts degree (AA), a professional certificate, or complete your first two years of university classes before transferring to another school to finish a bachelor’s degree.

2+2 Transfer Programs

The 2+2 partnerships at Community Colleges of Spokane (CCS) let you complete two years of classes at either SCC or SFCC, then transfer easily to a partner university, including Eastern Washington University, Gonzaga University, Northern Arizona University, University of Idaho, Washington State University, Western Washington University and Whitworth University. Visit our Meet Our Partners page to learn more about the partner universities. Our international students also have transferred to top universities in the United States, including University of Washington, Penn State, Stanford, Rutgers, University of California–Berkeley, and New York University.

  • Save thousands of dollars in tuition.

  • Pre-admission to the university of your choice.

  • Special advisors in planning the university transfer process.

  • No TOEFL score is required.

Explore Our Programs

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Accounting Pre-Major
"I am currently studying at CCS to earn my Associate degree in Business... Through CCS, I'm discovering myself one step at a time to achieve my dream."

- Johanna Ratsimbazafy Manoa, Madagascar
  Accounting Pre-Major
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Information Technology
"I chose CCS to pursue a degree in Information Technology...There are also so many opportunities for me when I finish my IT degree from CCS."

- Abhilash Singh, India
  Information Technology
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Business Management
"Being bilingual will help me get a better job in competitive companies...Thanks to my Business Management degree from CCS, I believe I will be successful!"

- Alejandra Benjumea, Colombia
  Business Management