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Todd Zimmerman's photos were featured on KETC-TV's "Living St. Louis" program.

Zimmerman’s Artwork Featured on Local Television Show

When St. Louis Community College-Meramec student Todd Zimmerman’s photography professor, David Hanlon, approached him about submitting his photography work for a possible chance to be featured on Channel Nine’s “Living St. Louis,” he was completely shocked. “I was honored that Dave (Hanlon) would choose my artwork to be submitted, but I was sure it wouldn’t […]

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STLCC, Rockwood Partner for Dual Enrollment Program

The Rockwood Board of Education recently approved a new partnership with St. Louis Community College for a dual enrollment program that will allow Rockwood students to gain STLCC credits for free. The Early College Partnership (ECP) is a two-year, full-immersion dual-enrollment program will allow current Rockwood high school students to obtain an associate degree while […]

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"Old Signs" by Cher Petrovic

Digital Art Exhibit Debuts at STLCC-Wildwood

Five artists will show their work in the first-ever digital art show at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood. The exhibit, “Digital Reality: Art for the 21st Century,” will be on display in the campus’ Gallery of Contemporary Art May 1-31. The community is invited to view the exhibit and meet the artists at a reception held […]

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"Green Bee" by Sean Frye

Frye Turns Passion into His Profession

After serving 14 years in the U.S. Navy, Sean Frye was looking to explore his passion for art. While he didn’t realize it at the time, his decision to enroll in a summer art class at St. Louis Community College in 1995 would forever change the course of his life. “I always loved art, but […]

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STLCC Students Receive Danforth Scholarship

Two St. Louis Community College students will be attending Washington University after receiving the Elizabeth Gray Danforth Scholarship. Rashonda Daniels, who is studying art at STLCC-Florissant Valley, and Joe Gorman, who attends STLCC-Meramec, were chosen as the recipients of this year’s scholarships. Daniels and Gorman competed with students from all disciplines for this two-year, full-tuition scholarship. “I was speechless and […]

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Janice Nesser-Chu, right, is the 42nd recipient of the David L. Underwood Memorial Lecture Award. Also pictured are, from left, Elizabeth Gassel Perkins, Florissant Valley provost, Cathy Underwood and Annabelle Underwood.

Nesser-Chu Receives Underwood Award

Janice Nesser-Chu, interim dean of Liberal Arts at St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley, has been selected as the 42nd recipient of the David L. Underwood Memorial Lecture Award. Underwood was known for his love of education. He was deeply concerned with the welfare of students and staff alike. His dedication went beyond office hours—and he […]

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“Need for Speed,” by Mike Shultis, 2016

Shultis Accepted into Yale MFA Program

A former St. Louis Community College art student has been accepted into the Yale University Master of Fine Arts program in Painting. Mike Shultis, a former student at STLCC-Florissant Valley, recently earned that distinction. Shultis http://michaelshultis.com/ was chosen from among 800 applicants for this program. The applicant field further is narrowed to 80 chosen for […]

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STLCC Student Newspapers Earn 50 Awards from MCMA

Student newspapers at St. Louis Community College earned 50 individual and staff awards in the two-year college division at the recent Missouri College Media Association Convention at Missouri Western State University. The Montage, STLCC-Meramec’s newspaper, received second place in the Sweepstakes category, second for the Best Overall Newspaper, and first place in the Special Section […]

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STLCC Students, Alumnus Garner GSLAA Scholarships

Two current students and one alumnus of the General Fine Arts program at St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley have received scholarships from the Greater St. Louis Art Association (GSLAA). Current students Alana Givens and Lamir Lowe, and alumnus Brock Seals each received a $2,500 scholarship. Seals currently is studying at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. […]

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David Vetor (left) receives the 2016 Youth Leadership Award presented by the Governor’s Council on Disability.

Vetor Makes a Difference as Advocate for Deaf Community

April 6 will be a day to remember for David Vetor, a student at St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley. Vetor received the 2016 Youth Leadership Award presented by the Governor’s Council on Disability at a special luncheon of the Missouri Assistive Technology’s Power Up AT Conference & Expo in Columbia, Mo. “It’s good to know […]

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