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Are you bringing your own device to campus, but want to use the SFCC wi-fi network instead of your data plan? Review our printable instructions to help you connect to our wi-fi network without the headache.


Need to print an essay or article?  The library has two printers dedicated to student use. You can even send print jobs to the library’s printers from your own devices using the Print Management Plus system! If your print funds are running low, students can add cash (debit or credit card are accepted at the cashier’s office) to their existing account at the circulation desk.


Printing costs 2 cents single sided per page for black and white, and up to 7 cents per page for color. Students automatically receive a $10 printing credit per quarter, which covers approximately 200 singled-sided pages or 400 double-sided, depending on black and white or color.

Self-Service Fax

The SFCC fax machine is in the south foyer of the library, at the top of the stairs. Instructions for use are available by picking up the handset by the machine or following the instruction sign found at the machine. The fax machine accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards, as well as debit cards and check cards with these designations.


Domestic:  $1.50 for the first page; $1 for each additional page
International:  $4.96 for the first page; $3.45 for each additional page

Academic Coaching

Academic Coaching (formerly peer tutoring) is a free service for SFCC students. The role of Academic Coaching is to provide a supportive and challenging environment within which students can develop their ability to successfully navigate the collegiate landscape and receive one on one content support.

We know that life’s daily challenges can make it more difficult to succeed in the classroom; we also know that sometimes, students may just need more time with course material, or have it explained in a different way; and sometimes students need someone to guide them while they navigate Canvas. There is no situation too big or too small for Academic Coaching to support students through.

For more information, including how to access one-on-one academic coaching services, visit the Academic Coaching webpage.