Hours of Operation:
Fall & Spring Semester Hours
Monday - Thursday - 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Friday - 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Contact the MILL department at (620) 223-2700, ext. 4300.
Community Education Classes
Summer Hours -
Monday – Thursday - 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Friday - 8:00 – 4:30
For the Students:
The MILL offers a variety of services for students of all ages.
Developmental Courses are available for students who need added support for reading, writing, grammar, English fundamentals, vocabulary and/or math skills classes to help them through college.
Specialized Learning Software Programs are used by some faculty members as class supplements. These programs can also be accessed by students who need or want extra practice or review in a certain area.
Test Accommodations are available for special needs students. We are here to help if you need a test read to you or to retake a test.
Quality Technology is available to all students through the use of computers. Whether it's typing term papers, checking e-mail, or surfing the net, students are always welcome to use our computers for personal or educational use.
Assessment Testing is available for any prospective student. This FSCC placement test is similar to the ACT and aids in placing students in the correct course for their skill level.
Knowledgeable Support Staff work in the MILL. We pride ourselves on our ability to help people. If we don't have the answer, we will find someone who does!
We offer free tutoring to all FSCC students.
For the Community:
G.E.D. Preparation Classes are offered for those who are relatively close to getting their G.E.D. or need class time to prepare.
ESL Classes are offered for adult learners who need help increasing their English proficiency. Whether it is to improve their job skills, take college classes, or become more active in their community, all speakers of other languages are welcome.
Continuing Education Courses are offered through the MILL for the life-long learners in the community. The classes can be anything from basic computer usage to learning how to crochet. The course schedules are posted on the college website and advertised in the local newspaper.
Adult and Family Literacy Program is helping adults defeat illiteracy in Bourbon County. If you know someone who wants be able to read to their children at night, or just read the newspaper, this program is for them. Our experienced staff has the capabilities and the resources to help adults raise their current reading level.
For Business & Industry:
Job Placement and/or Skills Testing is offered in the MILL for those who have been referred by a company in or around the Fort Scott area. We provide the testers with a controlled environment and an experienced proctor to verify the quality of the test.
Industry-Specific Job Training Courses are available as the need arises. The MILL carries a wide base of knowledge and experience when it comes to the workforce.
The Career Resource Center, located in the MILL, is known for placing qualified applicants into industrial jobs. If you have job openings that you would like help filling, the staff in the Workforce Center is a great asset.