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Student Resources

Student-Funded Resources

Resources funded by students support social, cultural, recreational, education and leadership activities and events that make Spokane Community College (SCC) students' overall college experience even better.

Visit us in the SCC Lair, Bldg. 6, Lair, Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. or call us at 509-533-8657

Food PantrySCC Food Bank stocked shelves

The food & hygiene pantry is available to all current SCC students. The Food Pantry strives to provide each student with a 3-day food supply upon each visit.

Each student is eligible for 3 food visits and one hygiene visit every quarter. The food pantry assists over 400 students per year, last year distributing close to 20,000 pounds of food and hygiene.

For students in need of various resources, the CARE Center also has an extensive list of citywide resources that could better assist you. This information is always available and located outside of the CARE Center in Building 6 Room 114K.

On your first visit please bring:

  • Your current Student ID

Hours: Open Monday-Thursday. Hours vary. Please call 509-533-5900 or email for hours and availability. Closed Friday-Sunday.

Female student smiling in the hallway.Work Study

The Work Study program provides the chance for students to earn money while gaining work experience. It can provide some regular monthly income to help offset educational expenses and reduce loan debt. Work study is not a grant; you must work to earn it.

Students playing Ping Pong

Game Cave

Located in the lower level of the SCC Lair, the Game Cave is where students find entertainment and relaxation. Latest gaming systems and games and two arcade games are available. Students also have the opportunity to play billiards, ping pong, shuffleboard and foosball. Table top games, comic books, and Legos are in the Game Cave.

You can reach the Game Cave by calling 509-533-7364.

STA busBus Passes

Students are eligible to receive a bus pass when tuition and fees are paid. Your Student ID card is your bus pass and activates the first day of class. STA buses arrive and depart on the half-hour weekdays and evenings, and hourly weekends. Students receiving a fee waiver can buy a bus pass for $22.  Faculty and staff can buy a pass for $30.
SCC students get their student ID/bus pass at the SCC Cashier's Office upon payment of tuition and fees.  SFCC students obtain their student ID/bus pass at the SFCC Copy Shop.

Pick your school to get schedule and other STA information.

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