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New Mobile App Provides Convenient Access for STLCC Students, Faculty, Staff

Beginning this fall, St. Louis Community College students will have access to the new Ellucian Go mobile application. This mobile app will provide free, on-the-go access to important college resources. Ellucian GO is a downloadable mobile application for Apple iOS, Android or Kindle Fire devices. This new app offers a way to check class schedules, […]

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To Rent or To Buy and Other Common Textbook Questions

Once the matter of tuition is settled, the next big financial stress for college students is paying for textbooks. If you’re new to the college scene, you’ll quickly realize that all those heavy textbooks you stuffed in your locker or lugged around all day at high school are actually worth quite a bit of money. […]

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STLCC Approves BIT Administrative Procedures

The STLCC Leadership Team recently approved new administrative procedures regarding Behavior Intervention Teams (BIT). These teams coordinate the college’s resources to address the needs of individuals who are displaying disruptive or concerning behaviors in order to recommend interventions aimed to help the individual gain the most successful outcome possible. The BIT process also provides an […]

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STLCC Employees Complete People Leadership Certificate

Six employees recently completed the first class of STLCC’s new People Leadership Certificate, which offers supervisors and managers the practical tools and knowledge to allow them to build on their skills.  The series features several skill modules and practical application sessions that are offered throughout the academic year. The modules include: Roles, Responsibilities and Accountabilities of […]

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STLCC Teams Up for 2014 Metro Heart Walk

Give your heart and sole to walk the walk.  St. Louis Community College is forming a team for the 2014 Metro St. Louis Heart Walk this Saturday, May 10, beginning at 9 a.m. at Busch Stadium.  This is a family-oriented, noncompetitive walk of either one or three miles. While there’s no entry fee, donation are […]

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STLCC Foundation to Participate in GiveSTLday May 6

The Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation is sponsoring “GiveSTLday,” a 24-hour giving event that is part of a national initiative taking place in hundreds of communities across the nation beginning at midnight on Tuesday, May 6. It is designed to help local non-profit organizations raise money.  The St. Louis Community College Foundation is one of […]

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STLCC’s Bowling for Scholars Event Slated for April 11

Registration now is under way for St. Louis Community College’s tenth annual Bowling for Scholars event slated for 3 p.m. Friday, April 11, at Tropicana Lanes, 7960 Clayton Road in Richmond Heights.  The event is sponsored by STLCC’s auxiliary services department. Proceeds from the event help students purchase or rent textbooks and course materials for […]

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Michaelis Discusses Value of Community College Education on St. Louis Public Radio

Interim Chancellor Dennis Michaelis was a guest on St. Louis Public Radio’s talk/call-in show “St. Louis on the Air” on Monday, Feb. 3.  Michaelis discussed his role as interim chancellor of St. Louis Community College. He and Georgia Costello, president of Southwestern Illinois College, also discussed the vital role community colleges play in higher education. To listen […]

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STLCC Celebrates African-American Heritage

St. Louis Community College’s observation of African-American heritage features a number of free events and activities at its campuses and education centers throughout February.  Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African-Americans. The event grew out of “Negro History Week,” the brainchild of noted historian Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African-Americans. […]

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