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Pullman Campus

Welcome to Pullman Center

We are pleased you are curious about us and interested in fulfilling your educational goals at our Center. We are currently open to the public Monday-Friday, 8-4 pm.  You can also meet with us by phone, chat, and email.

The Pullman Center offers a small-town experience combined with the excitement and diversity of a large university. Even though the WSU campus might seem pretty big, our class sizes are small, and we can provide great individual support to our students.

We serve students earning college credits for individual courses, pursuing an associate of arts or business (AA) or business transfer degree (BTD), first-year completion of the biological and environmental sciences, and Running Start for WA high school juniors and seniors. We also offer English as a Second Language, High School Diploma (HS+) and GED® programs.

The partnership with WSU offers our students transfer counseling and puts students on a path to seamless transfer to a four-year WSU degree. Search Pullman Class Options or Online Classes

Student Services

SFCC students enrolled full-time at the Pullman Center can expect access to the following WSU Services (services typically require purchase of a WSU CougarCard; other restrictions may apply):

  • Academic counseling for transfer to WSU
  • Admission to the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art @WSU
  • Discounts at WSU dining centers
  • Free rides with Pullman Transit
  • General university identification and access to study spaces
  • Math tutoring at the WSU Math Learning Center
  • WSU library system
  • WSU Recreation Center


Valda Black, WSU Ph.D.c. Anthropology, secured a sizable project grant from the CCS Foundation to support student-centered teaching and learning. Her proposal focused on student engagement in anthropology education and the critical tool of object-based learning (OBL) to promote interactive and applied learning, critical thinking, and student success. Black acquired for our Center a suite of anthropological objects, including cast skulls, to look at the physical evolution of humans, and stone tools, to look at human technology through time.

Raymond HerreraWe welcome Dr. Raymond Herrera as the keynote speaker at the CCS Pullman Commencement on June 12 at Daggy Hall. Dr. Herrera is an Associate Vice Provost of the Graduate School and the Director and PI of the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program at Washington State University. He served in the United States Marine Corps before coming to WSU in the fall of 1992 to begin his college education with the assistance of the Montgomery G.I. Bill. Dr. Herrera holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from WSU.

Former mathematics faculty Dr. Kalpana Kanwar secured an appointment as full-time faculty at Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, North Carolina. During her tenure at the CCS Pullman Center, Dr. Kanwar was instrumental in advancing mathematics for STEM fields, including calculus. She fondly remembers her teaching experiences at the Pullman Center, which she graciously credits for her professional development and for the exceptional support of students and faculty.

Martina Gallo Pandolfo - Hola, MamiKudos to Martina Gallo Pandolfo! Martina created an amazing video, Hola, Mami, about her experience as an international student in Pullman. And her video is getting attention, winning a LewerMark Scholarship. Martina is an international student from Argentina currently enrolled at our Pullman Center.

Kyle SerrottThe content and volume of scholarship by Kyle Serrott, SFCC faculty and WSU Ph.D. student. in American Studies and Culture, has inspired colleagues and students. In March, Serrott gave a presentation” at the annual Indigenous Research Conference of WSU’s Center for Native American Research & Collaboration. In April, he presented an “Abolishing Prisons, Abolishing Hate: An Abolitionist Approach to Hate Crime” at the 7th Annual International Hate Studies Conference in Spokane.

Angela TowerCongratulations to Angela Tower, SFCC faculty and WSU Ph.D.c. in Mathematics! Angela won a prestigious Mathematical Sciences Graduate Internship with the National Science Foundation. The internship is part of the Big Data T35 program at the University of South Carolina,, where Angela will work with Dr. Monique Brown’s public health group on the social-economic effects of HIV and intervention research.


Jun 12, 6:30 pm CCS Pullman Commencement at WSU Daggy Hall
Jun 16 Final Day of Spring Term '23
Jul 3-Aug 24 Summer Term '23
Jul 3-Aug 24 ESL, HS+/ GED Open Enrollment, M-Th
Sep 20-Dec 15 Fall Term '23

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