SCCC's campus is well manicured and maintained. The buildings are clean, outside walkways are plowed, flowers are planted, etc. There is an effort to decorate the campus for holidays and other events. Renovations are not prevalent here, and even though everything is not completely modern, it is more than sufficient to satisfy basic daily needs. The Learning Center, although its location on the third floor is unusual, is very well equipped, and it is open weekdays (Monday and Friday 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m., Tuesday–Thursday 8 a.m.–6:30 p.m.). A receptionist is always there to help students with any concerns they may have. It is filled with computers, printers, copiers, staplers, and places to study. A large portion of this enormous room is dedicated to tutoring.
Other student facilities include the Athletic Center, student café, and library. The Athletic Center is a small rectangle of thick, sweaty air. It is cramped, has a painfully limited selection of equipment, and—if students dare to venture inside—it is usually filled because of the limited space and sharing with the school’s sports teams. The student café has computers for student use (although no printers), as well as ample space to eat and study. There is an attached game room with pool table, ping-pong table, and foosball table. The library is a large, clean, well equipped, and sound-proof facility. Study rooms, books, computers, printers, copiers, and a help desk are available to students—as well as the library’s archive available entirely online (although a few of the programs can only be accessed on campus). The facilities are generally busy, but still accommodating.