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From left to right: Rick Anthes, automotive technology program chair; Juan Contreras and Joe Jackson Skills USA coordinator.

STLCC-Forest Park Student Competes in National Automotive Skills Competition

Juan Contreras, a student in the automotive technology program at St. Louis Community College, captured seventh place in the automotive skills competition at the 2018 SkillsUSA Championships last month in Louisville, Ky. More than 6,000 students enrolled in career and technical education programs participated in hands-on competition in 100 various trade, technical and leadership fields. Contreras […]

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STLCC Foundation Offers Endowed Scholarship for Dental Assisting Students

The St. Louis Community College Foundation has received a donation from Michael J. Hoffmann, DDS, to establish The Dental Anesthesia Center Endowed Scholarship Fund for students in the dental assisting program offered at St. Louis Community College’s Forest Park campus. Dr. Hoffman’s donation of $20,000 will provide funds for the first scholarship, which will be awarded […]

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STLCC reduces tuition by 5%, saving $1.7 million for students

ST. LOUIS (JUNE 28, 2018) – Based on the bipartisan efforts of the Missouri Legislature to restore initial cuts to the higher education bill, House Bill 2003, and Governor Mike Parson’s expected approval of the state budget for fiscal year 2019, St. Louis Community College is reducing tuition by five percent to benefit its students […]

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Meramec students receive full-tuition academic scholarships to area universities

Three St. Louis Community College-Meramec students received prestigious academic scholarships as they transfer to local four-year institutions. Each of them graduated with associate degrees in general transfer studies in early May. Bouse heads to Washington University in St. Louis Madison Bouse was awarded the Elizabeth Gray Danforth Scholarship from Washington University in St. Louis. The […]

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Sen. Blunt highlights key funding for Pell Grants at STLCC press conference

The cost of higher education is an important issue for students, college administrators and elected legislative officials. U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., chairman of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee that funds the Department of Education, took time to visit colleges across the state to give an update on Pell Grants and other government funding for college […]

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Siech Takes Science beyond the Classroom

Katie Siech’s passion for the environment is apparent in everything she does. Along with running the science laboratory at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, she teaches biology classes and serves as the Science Club adviser. When she’s not assisting students on campus, Siech enjoys advocating for the environment and promoting the field of environmental science. Siech […]

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STLCC-Wildwood Unveils 10th Annual Literary Journal

St. Louis Community College-Wildwood unveiled its 10th edition of “Sycamore,” an annual of poetry, prose and art. The 2018 edition spans 76 pages. The magazine features 22 literary works ranging from fiction to creative non-fiction, drama and poetry. The magazine also includes photographs of paintings and drawings created by 17 art students. Faculty members Mark […]

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STLCC Chapters Earn Awards at Missouri PTK Convention

St. Louis Community College’s chapters of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two-year colleges, have had a successful year. In addition to receiving a number of chapter awards at the Missouri Regional Convention in March, several students were honored with individual awards for their leadership contributions. STLCC-Wildwood’s Beta Rho Epsilon Chapter received eight […]

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