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Night Classes

Courses that fit your schedulestudents in a computer lab, receiving help from an instructor

Flexibility, time to prepare before class, and networking with different kinds of people are just a few benefits of taking night classes. The traditional college route has classes falling between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., but the typical student is changing and that schedule does not always make sense. The price of education is rising and the challenging job market demands more and more experience, the sooner the better. Whether for financial reasons or to get a jump-start on your career, 80 percent of students like you are working while enrolled in school.

Online - On Campus - Hybrid

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Quarterly Start Dates

Multiple Locations

Spokane Community College (SCC)
1810 N Greene St.
Spokane, WA 99217-5399
509-533-7000 or 800-248-5644

Rural Campuses


SCC Colville Center
985 S. Elm St.
Colville, WA 99114
509-685-2120 or 800-276-8040



SCC Inchelium Center
14 Community Center Loop
Inchelium, WA 99138



SCC Ione Center
208 Blackwell St. Ste. 2
Ione, WA 99139


Spokane Falls Community College (SFCC)
3410 W. Fort George Wright Dr.
Spokane, WA 99224-5288
509-533-3500 or 888-509-7944


SCC Newport Center
1204 W. Fifth St.
Newport, WA 99156
509-447-3835 or 888-323-2399


SCC Republic Center
63 N. Keller St. Ste. B
Republic, WA 99166
509-775-3675 or 800-276-8040 ext. 6405


SFCC Pullman
WSU Campus - Math Learning Annex
185 Veterans Way
Pullman, WA 99164