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STLCC Conducts Sexual Assault Awareness Month Activities

Every day, hundreds of Americans are affected by sexual violence. St. Louis Community College will conduct special events during Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April for students and staff that address the impact of sexual violence on survivors and the people who care about them. Panelists from the college and community advocates will share information […]

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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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Registration Opens for STLCC’s Bowling for Scholars

Registration is under way for St. Louis Community College’s 13th Annual Bowling for Scholars. This event is scheduled for Friday, April 21, from 3-5 p.m. at Tropicana Lanes, 7960 Clayton Road in Richmond Heights. Sponsored by STLCC’s Auxiliary Services department and the Foundation, this annual event raises funds to help students in need with textbooks […]

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STLCC-Forest Park Hosts Social Justice Week Events

Prominent leaders from both Missouri and Illinois will be featured speakers during Social Justice Week at St. Louis Community College-Forest Park. All events, slated daily from Jan. 23 through Jan. 27, are free and open to the public. STLCC-Forest Park is located at 5600 Oakland Ave. The highlight of the week-long events is an observation […]

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Incident Notification: Gunfire Near William J. Harrison Educational Center

In compliance with the Timely Warning provision of the Jeanne Clery Act of 1990 and amendments, St. Louis Community College provides the following information. At approximately 1:10 p.m., a St. Louis Community College employee reported an active gun battle in the vicinity of the William J. Harrison Educational Center. Upon notice, St. Louis Community College […]

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STLCC Hosts Finals Frenzy Dec. 5

Students are invited to let off a little steam, gear up for finals and prepare for the spring semester at St. Louis Community College’s Finals Frenzy on Monday, Dec. 5. The events runs 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the four STLCC campuses. It will be held in the Administration building at Florissant Valley; the Highlander Lounge […]

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STLCC-Forest Park Launches Food Pantry

Food insecurity is defined as the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. Many students face this on the larger campuses, but many don’t realize it’s an issue at the community college level as well. Many institutions have implemented food pantries to assist students that may be having […]

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STLCC to Host FAFSA Frenzy Events

In an effort to help students overcome barriers to accessing and succeeding in higher education, St. Louis Community College has teamed up with the Missouri Department of Higher Education to host three Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Frenzy events. The events will be conducted on the following dates: Wednesday, Nov. 9 — 10 a.m.-noon, […]

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Adams receives the 2015 Donald M. Suggs Scholarship

Donna Adams recently received the 2015 Donald M. Suggs Scholarship from the St. Louis American Foundation. Donna is a non-traditional college student who returned to school after a job layoff from her career in public housing and property management. She is majoring in Human Services Disabilities Studies at the William J. Harrison Education Center at […]

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STLCC to Receive EPA Grant to Recruit, Train and Place Workers in Green Environmental Jobs

St. Louis Community College has been selected to receive a $192,300 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to recruit, train and place local unemployed and underemployed individuals in full-time sustainable green jobs in a range of environmental fields. The grant comes from the EPA’s Environmental Workforce Development and Job Training (EWDJT) program. Announcement of the […]

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