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STLCC Hires Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources

St. Louis Community College has named Deborah Barron as the associate vice chancellor for human resources. She joined the College on Dec.1. Barron has more than 30 years of experience in human resources. She will oversee all districtwide human resources functions, including employee recruitment and retention, benefits and compensation, retirement, labor and employee relations and […]

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STLCC Students Among Top Performers at Agricultural Conference

St. Louis Community College students Matthew Jones and Sharla Friend were among the top performers at the Missouri Postsecondary Agricultural Student (PAS) Organization State Conference. In November, Jones, Friend and Biotechnology Club advisers Beth Elam Michaud and Heather Allen traveled to North Central Missouri College in Trenton for the conference. Jones and Friend are students […]

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Horner Blends Passion for Writing with Teaching

Mary Horner has spent the last decade teaching communications courses at St. Louis Community College. In fact, when the Wildwood campus opened in 2007, she was among the initial group of instructors hired to serve as adjunct faculty. Since then, she has continued to teach courses for the college while pursuing her passion for writing. […]

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STLCC Board of Trustees Meeting Update, Dec. 1

St. Louis Community College has a rich tradition of educating students no matter where they are on life’s spectrum – – and our faculty and staff have helped them earn a credential, get a boost in their careers, or transfer to a four-year institution. The College will continue this work while facing necessary change. Last […]

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Snapshots of Success at STLCC — Fall 2017

For 55 years, St. Louis Community College has served as a vital resource for the St. Louis region. The college’s rich tradition of success is rooted in its outstanding students and staff, its innovative programs and offerings, and its unique ability to adapt to workforce and community needs. STLCC has much to be proud of, […]

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A Message to the STLCC Community, Nov. 29, 2017

Collaboration, confidence, respect and sincerity in the mission to serve students is essential in public higher education. The Board of Trustees and the leaders of St. Louis Community College have been diligent in efforts to collaborate with faculty and staff in the best interest of our students, particularly in the face of difficult decisions. On […]

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Faculty Art Show Opens at STLCC-Wildwood

Seven faculty members will show their works in St. Louis Community College-Wildwood’s art exhibition, which runs Nov. 27 through Jan. 26, 2018. The exhibition spans 60 feet and includes at least two pieces of art from artists Terrell Carter, James Davania, Sean Frye, Mark Oakley, Mark Weber, Matt Weber and Ken Worley. According to Mark […]

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STLCC Global Education Students Attend Dinner with Mexico’s Ambassador

The World Affairs Council of St. Louis hosted a visit from Mexico’s ambassador to the United States, Gerónimo Gutiérrez Fernandez, at a dinner at the Four Seasons Hotel. Attendees included students and faculty from the Global Education program at St. Louis Community College-Forest Park, who were sponsored by a grant from Maritz, LLC. The ambassador’s […]

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Students Ting Ming Wei, left, and Breana Houska participate in an Adopt-a-Highway service project with Stephanie Church, coordinator for Campus Life and College Transition, as part of the Volunteers of Wildwood Club.

Houska Hones Leadership Skills through STLCC Activities

For Breana Houska, the decision to enroll at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood was an easy one. The campus is located minutes from her home, so she knew it would provide her with an affordable option to complete general education courses prior to earning her bachelor’s degree. What she didn’t expected to find, however, was the […]

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STLCC Course Fuels Hefty’s Passion for Painting

Vicki Hefty’s experience at St. Louis Community College has taught her an important life lesson. It’s never too late to learn something new. “While I’ve always loved art, it wasn’t something I seriously pursued,” Hefty said. “That all changed when I decided on a whim to enroll in a painting course with a few friends.” […]

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