The Palouse’s only community college campus may have to shut its doors because of budget problems. The president of Spokane Falls Community College told the Pullman branch campus this week that it might shut down after the summer session. The classes are held inside the Gladish Community Center. The Moscow Pullman Daily News reports that President Janet Gullickson told the students and staff that a two million dollar shortfall is leading to the possible closure. She told the campus that the decision will be made by the end of the month. The SFCC Pullman branch campus has about 160 students and 15 faculty and staff.