Advising & Resource Center (ARC)
The Advising & Resource Center (ARC) is the place where new, transfer, visiting and international students go to enroll in their first semester of classes after they have applied for admission to SFCC. Returning students who have not been enrolled in classes for more than a year also need to visit with an advisor before continuing their course work.
*Effective Oct. 1, the ARC will be replaced with the Student Success Navigator program under the Student Success and Retention office. Trained navigators, in conjunction with faculty and other staff, will begin working with new and current students grouped according to the programs in which they are enrolled. This initiative ensures that each SFCC student has an education plan and a personal guide to success.
The Advising and Resource Center's mission is to provide information, guidance and education that enables students at State Fair Community College to become confident, independent learners.
The ARC services work together to help students achieve their educational goals.
Helps first-time students learn the ropes of attending college. When you're ready, here are online advising tools grouped in four sessions to help guide you to a successful college experience. Just click GET READY to view the sessions.
Provide comprehensive student support to enhance the educational learning environment for all students. Services include:
Professional counselors and core advisors are available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call (660) 530-5831 to talk with a counselor or advisor or to schedule an appointment. Counseling Services are located in the William C. Hopkins Student Services Center.
Helps students with self-disclosed disabilities, including physical and learning disabilities, psychological needs, deaf or hearing impairment, or blindness or visual impairment. This office also provides reasonable accommodations to qualified students with documented disabilities. Accommodations are adjustments made for students to allow them access to the same educational experiences as their peers.
Call (660) 530-5832 to talk with a counselor or to schedule an appointment. Access Services is located in the William C. Hopkins Student Services Center.
Email ARC@sfccmo.edu or call (660) 530-5831. Toll free number in Missouri is (877) 311-7322.