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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. If you plan to visit in person, please observe the health and safety policies in effect on the WSU Pullman campus. For the most up-to-date information, please check the WSU web resource.

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 adult basic education, GED, and high school completion courses. The partnership with WSU offers our students transfer counseling and puts students on a path to seamless transfer to a four-year WSU degree.

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Special 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

Fall News

WSU stair entryway with SFCC new graphic of 3 students

We celebrate our fifth anniversary at the WSU campus. And we couldn’t be more excited to start the new school year with our Center's brand new interior look and feel. Since late fall ’21, we have worked with a WSU marketing & communications team to improve wayfinding, welcoming, and a sense of belonging for our students and employees at our Center. The creative team of Patrick Brommer, Jordan Clinger, Shane LaNai Jackson, and Edward Sala led this exciting development and implementation process. Visit and see for yourself the amazing transformation they have brought to our Center.

Big congratulations to Dr. Bernard Hall, physics faculty and PhD in Physics from WSU, who has taken a post-doctoral scholar position with the Applied Physics Lab at the University of Washington. Dr. Hall will work with underwater imaging, data processing, and sonar techniques. His research helps explore and map the ocean floor and underwater features in the deepest and darkest ocean waters.

Mana Mehrabian

We are excited that Mana Mehrabian returns to teach Fine Arts at the Pullman Center in the new school year. Mana has been working as a multidisciplinary artist showing her work nationally and internationally while participating in curatorial projects. Her work has recently been in group exhibitions at Saranac Art Projects (Spokane, WA) and LoosenArt (Rome, Italy). Mehrabian holds an MFA from Washington State University.

Caitlin Palmer, MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Idaho, has taken a full-time teaching position with the first-year writing program at the University of Missouri. She previously taught English and Creative Writing at the Pullman Center and mentored students interested in growing their own creative practice.

Kyle Serrott

We welcome Kyle Serrott to our history and humanities faculty. Serrott holds a law degree from Capital University and master’s degree in Political Science from Ohio University. In 2021, Kyle received his LLM in Indigenous Peoples law from the University of Oklahoma. He currently pursues a doctorate at WSU’s Comparative Ethnic Studies/American Studies and Culture program with a research focus is in critical indigenous and race theory. When he is not teaching or researching, Kyle backpacks the magnificent forests of northern and central Idaho.

Dr. Altaa Tumurbaatar

We wish Dr. Altaa Tumurbaatar the very best as she commences her research position with the Center for Data Science of the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Her work will focus on a NIH-funded project of using electronic health record data to develop machine learning models of the nursing quality indicators. Dr. Tumurbaatar holds a PhD in Mathematics from WSU. At the CCS Pullman Center, she taught various sections of algebra during the past school year.


Fall Dates

Sep 8 Grand Reopening of CCS Pullman Center
Sep 21-Dec 15 Adult Basic Ed, GED/HS+ Open Enrollment, M-Th
Sep 21 First Day of Fall Term ‘22
Dec 15 Final Day of Fall Term ‘22

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