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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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This piece by Kim Kordonowy captured first place in the Juried Student Art Exhibition at STLCC-Wildwood.

Winners Selected for Wildwood Juried Student Art Exhibit

Each spring, the art department at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood sponsors a Juried Student Art Exhibition. This year, the exhibit featured more than 100 pieces of student artwork created during the fall and spring semesters. From drawings and paintings, to sculptures, design works and collage works, the annual student exhibition is a competitive event for […]

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STLCC-Meramec Hosts Annual Juried Student Exhibition

The annual Juried Student Exhibition is back at the Contemporary Art Gallery at St. Louis Community College-Meramec. This free exhibit will be on display to students and the public through May 4. This event, initiated in 2010, is a chance for STLCC students to showcase their work from the 2017-18 school year. Displayed work includes […]

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Katie Siech collects water samples along the Meramec River.

Siech Takes Science beyond the Classroom

Katie Siech’s passion for the environment is apparent in everything she does. Along with running the science laboratory at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, she teaches biology classes and serves as the Science Club adviser. When she’s not assisting students on campus, Siech enjoys advocating for the environment and promoting the field of environmental science. Siech […]

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STLCC-Wildwood Unveils 10th Annual Literary Journal

St. Louis Community College-Wildwood unveiled its 10th edition of “Sycamore,” an annual of poetry, prose and art. The 2018 edition spans 76 pages. The magazine features 22 literary works ranging from fiction to creative non-fiction, drama and poetry. The magazine also includes photographs of paintings and drawings created by 17 art students. Faculty members Mark […]

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Wilson Earns All-America Honors for Second Time

St. Louis Community College sophomore Chrishana Wilson was named to the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II Basketball All-America First Team for the second straight season. Wilson also repeated as the Region 16 Player of the Year. She averaged 14.9 points, 12.5 rebounds and 2.6 steals per game for the Archers, who finished the […]

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STLCC Foundation Establishes Wallis Endowed Scholarship Fund in Nursing

The STLCC Foundation has received $1,168,750 from the Jerome and Lorraine Wallis Revocable Trust to establish an endowment fund for nursing scholarships in the name of Lorraine and Jerome Wallis. The Jerome and Lorraine Wallis Endowed Scholarship Fund in Nursing assists STLCC students in paying for tuition, books, fees and supplies that are incurred as part […]

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STLCC Announces New Leaders for Government Relations, Workforce Development

St. Louis Community College has named new leaders for government relations and workforce development and training. Ryan McKenna will serve as government and community relations liaison. Hart Nelson will serve as associate vice chancellor, Workforce Solutions Group. RYAN MCKENNA   Ryan McKenna McKenna has 27 years of career experience in political and public affairs and […]

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