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Spring Preview Days at St. Louis Community College

What do you want to learn about St. Louis Community College? When was the last time you visited an STLCC campus? Are you interested in classes? How about a tour? St. Louis Community College will host Spring Preview Days for future students and families, area residents and anyone who wants to know more about the […]

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STLCC Hosts Enrollment Express Events Jan. 5 and 12

St. Louis Community College will host on-campus events to help students complete the enrollment process in the new year. Enrollment Express events are planned Saturday, Jan. 5 and 12 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at STLCC’s Florissant Valley, Forest Park, Meramec, South County, Wildwood and William J. Harrison Education Center locations. Students are encouraged to RSVP for […]

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Dine & Donate Event Raises Funds for Jamie Schmidt Family

Jamie Schmidt, secretarial assistant in the associate provost’s office at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, tragically lost her life Nov. 19 during a shooting at Catholic Supply in west St. Louis County. In an effort to bring the community together to raise money for her family, STLCC-Wildwood organized a Dine & Donate fundraiser on Dec. 10 […]

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Bogomolov Moves from Marine Corps to College Life

Casey Bogomolov graduated from high school at the top of her class. While she had the grades to go to college right after high school, she didn’t have the money. So, she enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps as a way to serve her country and fund her college ambitions. “I’ve always had a desire […]

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Paine Excels at STLCC with College and Community Support

For David Paine, college wasn’t an obvious choice. Growing up, his heart was set on joining the Army. When the time came enlist, however, he received some disappointing news. “I found out that I have a hearing condition that prevents me from serving in the military,” Paine said. “Since I’d planned to join the Army […]

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MCCA Honors STLCC Staff Members

Several staff members from St. Louis Community College were recognized by the Missouri Community College Association during its annual convention early in November. Rebecca Garrison, who recently retired after 34 years of employment at STLCC, received the MCCA Administrative Professional Leadership Award. This award recognizes individuals who has demonstrated exemplary leadership practices within their college […]

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STLCC Faculty Recognized by MCCA

Five faculty members from St. Louis Community College recently received awards from the Missouri Community College Association during its recent annual convention. Layla Goushey, associate professor of English at Forest Park who also serves as the coordinator for global education, earned the MCCA Global Educator Award. Recipients of this award have demonstrated outstanding accomplishments and […]

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Dine and Donate for Jamie Schmidt

Dine & Donate fundraiser benefiting the family of Jamie Schmidt

Jamie Schmidt, secretarial assistant in the associate provost’s office at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, tragically lost her life Nov. 19 during a shooting at the Catholic Supply Store in West St. Louis County. A wife, mother and friend to many, Schmidt was also an alum of the Meramec campus. In an effort to honor her […]

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Wildwood Writer and Artist Selected by Metro Arts in Transit

Two individuals connected with St. Louis Community College-Wildwood will have their work displayed at MetroBus stops around the St. Louis region or inside MetroLink trains or MetroBus vehicles. Dawn Dupler, an adjunct instructor of English, is among 15 writers named a Metro Arts in Transit MetroLines Poetry Contest winner. Jessica Fox, a student and Auxiliary […]

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STLCC Instructor and Pastor Strives to Heal Racial Divides

At St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, Terrell Carter shares his talents as an artist and instructor. Outside of the College, he is highly regarded for his work as a professor of theology, a pastor in his church, a former police officer and an author. In his latest book, “Healing Racial Divides: Finding Strength in Our Diversity,” […]

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