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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. 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

Winter News

Student Showcase at the Pullman Center

The first-ever Student Showcase at the Pullman Center was an exciting highlight at the close of the fall term, with twenty-seven students presenting class projects of their choosing. In live presentations, poster sessions, and project displays, students engaged and captivated a large, enthusiastic audience of student peers, faculty, and student service staff. The event was planned by Pullman faculty and staff, including Valda Black, Susan Barclay, Leathia Botello, Linda Cook, and Jenni Spencer.

CCS Pullman is growing! We currently have adjunct teaching vacancies in Art, Biology, and Economics. Share your talents at our Center if you love working in a collaborative environment that offers authentic relationships, prioritizes personalized teaching and learning, and supports equitable student success. Apply at

Kyle Serrott

Kyle Serrott, PhD c., presented a paper titled “The Politics of Decolonial Abolitions” at the annual conference of the American Studies Association, which convened in New Orleans in November 2022. His presentation explored the language and conceptual constructs used to discuss prison abolition. Serrott holds a J.D. and teaches history and humanities at SFCC and WSU Pullman.


Cougar alert at the Pullman Center on December 7! SFCC2WSU convened the first-ever one-stop, on-site general admissions event for transfer students. Hosted by WSU and SFCC admissions and advising counselors, SFCC students secured general admission to WSU in one visit and with plenty of time to plan and prepare for their entry at WSU in 2023. We are grateful for the excellent counseling and guidance of our students by WSU colleagues Samantha Dillon, Ben Gecas, Liz Hobbs, Randi Niehenke, Ranene Royer, Laura Welch, and Geri Winters.


Feb 1-Mar 15 Adult Basic Ed, GED/HS+ Open Enrollment, M-Th
Mar 2 STEM Summit & WSU STEM Transfer Advising
Mar 23 Final Day of Winter Term '23
Apr 3 First Day of Spring Term '23
Jun 12 CCS Pullman Commencement
Jun 16 Final Day of Spring Term '23

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