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Barry Hapner has spent 50 years in the classroom, sharing his passion for history with thousands of students.

Hapner Celebrates 50 Years of Teaching

For half a century, Barry Hapner has shared his passion for history through teaching. While much has changed over the years, one thing has remained the same. Each fall, Hapner has shepherded a new class of students through the pages of history. In 1966, Hapner began teaching for the Pattonville School District, a position he […]

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Norris to Serve as Secretary for MOBIO

Richard Norris, director of St. Louis Community College’s Center for Plant and Life Sciences at BRDG Park, has been asked to join the executive board of the Missouri Biotechnology Association (MOBIO) and assume the duties as secretary. MOBIO is the state’s premier professional business association dedicated to growing and protecting Missouri’s bioscience and high tech […]

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STLCC Hosts Open House for ITT Tech Students

St. Louis Community College will host an open house event for former ITT Technical Institute students who want to continue their education. This event will be held Thursday, Sept. 15 from 2:30 – 6:30 p.m. in the Administration building at St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley, 3400 Pershall Rd., St. Louis, MO 63135. During STLCC’s open […]

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STLCC Seeks IT Professionals to Fill Vacant Positions

STLCC Seeks IT Professionals to Fill Vacant Positions St. Louis Community College is seeking IT professionals to fill a variety of positions across the district. Interested candidates are encouraged to view STLCC’s current job openings and complete an online application. Application & Systems Analyst Programmer – Senior Application & Systems Analyst Programmer – Senior Banner […]

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STLCC to Conduct A+ Program College Access Series

St. Louis Community College will host a free college access series to update and inform local high school partners about the Missouri A+ program and its benefits. The A+ program enables qualified students to attend one of the state’s public community colleges by covering the costs of tuition for two years. Representatives from STLCC and […]

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New York Times Best-selling Author to Visit Forest Park Campus

Best-selling author Laura Nowlin will read excerpts from her new book, This Song is (Not) for You, on Friday, Sept. 23, at St. Louis Community College-Forest Park, 5600 Oakland Ave. Nowlin will read and discuss her book 5-6 p.m. in Café East in the Student Center. Nowlin’s book is described as a wonderful, quick and […]

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STLCC Offers Assistance to Aid ITT Tech Students in Transfer Process

St. Louis Community College is working to help students of the now defunct ITT Tech complete their college education. The college is creating pathways to help ITT students transfer their credits to STLCC so they can complete their degree or certificate. STLCC will work to provide ITT students the opportunity to transfer select courses they […]

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STLCC Ranks Ninth among Nation’s Top Culinary Programs

St. Louis Community College’s culinary arts program is ranked as one of the top programs in the nation. Best Choice Schools, a website ranking higher education institutions in various categories, ranks STLCC’s degree programs in culinary arts and baking and pastry arts as No. 9 in its ranking of “Top Culinary Schools 2016.” The site […]

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STLCC to Offer LaunchCode Course

Individuals interested in getting onto a career path in technology are invited to enroll in a free 20-week course offered by St. Louis Community College. LaunchCode, a nonprofit that connects aspiring technologists with apprenticeships and jobs in technology fields, is partnering with STLCC to offer LC 101 St. Louis. This course teaches coding skills designed […]

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Art at the Station Rolls in to STLCC-Meramec

The Kirkwood Arts Commission’s Art at the Station will make a temporary stop at the St. Louis Community College-Meramec Library. Renovation plans at the Kirkwood Train Station forced Art at the Station—which provides a venue for local artists to display their work—to find a new home for the 2016-2017 season. They found a willing co-host […]

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