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Nelson of STLCC Appointed to State Commission

Governor Jay Nixon announced that he has appointed Mary E. Nelson (D), of St. Louis, to serve on the State Highways and Transportation Commission. The Commission works to preserve, enhance and support the state’s transportation system. The Commission makes and tracks transportation policy, and has authority over all state transportation programs and facilities, as provided by law, including bridges, […]

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Climbing the Vine: An STLCC Alum Launches His Music Career

With creative genius, inspiration and a smartphone, STLCC alum Ricky Montgomery has launched his career as a musician, writer, and producer on a shoestring budget in the way that this 22-year old knows best – digitally. Without sending a single resume, Montgomery has already been hired by Adult Swim, a production and entertainment channel for […]

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How to Choose a College (Part II): Big Fish or Big Pool?

When it comes to figuring out whether you want to attend a “big school” or a “small” one, it really depends on your personal experience. If you come from a high school with 4,000 students, a college with 2,000 students might seem tiny. But if you come from a school with 400 students, that same […]

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STLCC Students and Faculty Member Receive Rotary Club Awards

The Rotary Club of West St. Louis County honored two St. Louis Community College students and one faculty member with community awards.  Denise Deavenport and Branden Schweiss received the Collegiate Volunteer Leadership Award. The award is intended to encourage and recognize leadership and volunteer engagement both on the college campus and the community. Both recipients […]

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STLCC-Wildwood Celebrates New Sign with Ribbon Cutting

The West St. Louis County Chamber of Commerce sponsored a ribbon cutting May 22 to celebrate St. Louis Community College’s new sign on the corner of Route 109 and New College Avenue. “This really is a big deal,”said Patrick Vaughn,  acting president. “We want to continue our mission of expanding minds and changing lives, and this will […]

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