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STLCC offers help to former Vatterott College students, Dec. 18-19

St. Louis Community College is making staff available to help former students of Vatterott College who want to continue their education. This afternoon, Tuesday, Dec. 18 from 4-6 p.m., STLCC’s Mobile Unit will be on location at Express Scripts, 8640 Evans Avenue, Berkeley, MO, 63134. Express Scripts is located across from Vatterott College NorthPark campus, […]

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Filing opens Dec. 11 for STLCC Board of Trustees seat

Filing for the Subdistrict 3 seat on the St. Louis Community College Board of Trustees opens Tuesday, Dec. 11 at 8 a.m. The Subdistrict 3 seat is currently held by Joan McGivney, who was elected to the seat in 2013. Filing for the seat closes Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 4 p.m. An election will take […]

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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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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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Message from the Chancellor

April Chancellor Quarterly Blog

St. Louis Community College:  The Region’s Higher Education Value Proposition Since 1962, St. Louis Community College has served more than 1.2 million individuals in the region to meet a wide array of educational needs. In the most recent fiscal year, the College served approximately 62,000 credit and non-credit students in academic degree, certificate programs and […]

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February Updates, Feb. 23, 2018

Although my February newsletter was sent earlier in the month, there are updates that I believe will be of interest to you about upcoming events. Hello HLC! The Higher Learning Commission peer review team will be on site Monday, Feb. 26 and Tuesday, Feb. 27. Final preparations are wrapping up. STLCC’s Assurance Argument, which describes […]

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February Chancellor’s Newsletter

Countdown to HLC The Higher Learning Commission peer review team will be on site in just a few short weeks, and final preparations are underway! STLCC’s Assurance Argument, which describes the many ways we meet HLC’s criteria for accreditation, was completed in their system on Monday, Jan. 29. We also submitted other documents required for […]

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December Message from the Chancellor

Chancellor Pittman’s Quarterly Blog

With 2018 Ahead of Us…..What’s Next on the Horizon at STLCC? 2017 has been a year of both challenge and success for the faculty, staff and students of St. Louis Community College. It was a year of transition on many fronts, yet a year of great accomplishment as the College continues to move forward by […]

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November Chancellor’s Newsletter

Campus Forums Over the past couple of weeks, I have conducted my regular semester campus forums at our campuses, learning centers, and the Cosand Center. I will wrap up the campus forums today at Corporate College and Florissant Valley. During each session, I presented current initiatives at the College, enrollment data for the fall semester, […]

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STLCC-Florissant Valley and UMSL partner for We Teach MO Initiative

St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley and the University of Missouri-St. Louis have embarked on an effort to address the need for secondary science and math teachers in the St. Louis region. The UMSL We Teach MO Initiative has been expanded to include a one-credit hour, tuition-free course that introduces college students considering a […]

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