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STLCC Students Earn Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Honors

Three students from St. Louis Community College have been named to the Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team. The students are Kyle Luzynski, Jennifer Meszaros and Jamie Sims. This scholarship program recognizes high achieving two-year college students who demonstrate academic excellence and intellectual rigor combined with leadership and service that extends their education beyond the classroom […]

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STLCC Basketball Teams Seek National Titles

The St. Louis Community College women’s and men’s basketball teams begin their quest for a National Junior College Athletic Association championship this week. The STLCC women are seeded 11th in the Division II tournament that opens today in Harrison, Ark. The Archers drew sixth-seeded Guilford Tech Community College in round one action that begins at […]

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STLCC Alumnus Accepted into Yale Graduate Art Program

Hard work and determination have paid off for St. Louis Community College alumnus Dominic Chambers. He recently received acceptance letters to the graduate art programs at two Ivy League institutions – the University of Pennsylvania and Yale University. He chose to attend Yale. “I chose Yale, in part, because of my experience at the Yale […]

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STLCC to Host Career Fair, Internship Expo

St. Louis Community College will host a career fair and a student internship fair to help attendees connect with potential employers. More than 100 companies looking to fill full- and part-time positions, as well as offer internship opportunities, will be on campus during the events. Participants will have the opportunity to speak with employers and […]

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Johnson Appointed to Mathews-Dickey Board of Directors

Larry D. Johnson Jr., D.A., provost at St. Louis Community College-Forest Park, recently was appointed to serve on the Mathews-Dickey Boys & Girls Club Board of Directors. A native of Atlanta, Ga., Johnson joined St. Louis Community College in 2016. He serves as the chief executive of the campus, providing academic and administrative leadership. He […]

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Mo. Rep. Tommie Pierson recently visited the Florissant Valley campus to learn about programs available to individuals in his district and the surrounding communities to further job development and community growth.

Pierson Visits Florissant Valley Campus

Mo. Rep. Tommie Pierson Jr. (D-Dist. 66) and his wife Zorata recently visited St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley to tour facilities in and around the campus. The tour focused on the programs available to individuals in his legislative district and the surrounding communities to further job development and community growth. It also included programs and […]

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Community Colleges take on top issue facing Missouri Businesses

Missouri’s 12 community colleges established the Missouri Community College Workforce Development Network today to address a longstanding challenge facing Missouri businesses—the availability of a skilled workforce. The new network will tackle what groups like the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry and other economic developers have said for years, namely that the state’s workforce system […]

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STLCC Basketball Teams Look to Earn Trips to NJCAA Tournaments

The St. Louis Community College men’s and women’s basketball teams will be shooting for district titles and a chance to advance to their respective national tournaments this Saturday. The women’s squad (22-8) will host Arkansas State Mid-South (15-12) in the District P championship game Saturday. Tipoff is slated for 2 p.m. at Forest Park. The winner advances […]

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Rayford Serves as Field Producer of Film Selected for Berlin Festival

Bradley Rayford, a recent graduate from St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley, can add another achievement to his already growing list. The film “For Ahkeem” was recently selected for the Berlin Film Festival, and Rayford held the key role of field producer for the film. “For Ahkeem” is the coming-of-age story of Daje Shelton, a black 17-year-old […]

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Norma Grogg Passes Away

Norma Grogg, whose son inspired creation of the Phillip H. Grogg Leadership Award at St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley, passed away on Friday, March 3. Phillip Grogg, who served as the student manager at KCFV-FM, the campus radio station, was killed in 1982 in an auto accident. After his death, Norma Grogg found several of […]

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