Programs in Building 19 offer two-year degrees in Graphic Design, Hearing Instrument Specialist, Journalism, and Orthotics and Prosthetics.
The Graphic Design degree prepares students for entry-level work or transfer into a four-year program at EWU. Mac computer labs are located on the upper level for design and digital media production.
Hearing Instrument Specialists test hearing and fit hearing aids. Associate degree graduates can test for state licensing.
Students in the Journalism program have a chance to work for the SFCC's Communicator, the student printed and online newspaper. They get experience doing the writing, editing, photography, layout and digital media production. They can also get involved producing The Current, a student focused television program.
The Orthotics and Prosthetics program is the only one in the western United States and one of seven nationwide. Students work with metal, wood, plastic, plaster and leather to build customized projects.
The picture above is of the west entrance. Handicapped parking is nearby in area P3 and in the drive through area coming from Elliot drive on the northwest side of the building.