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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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message from the chancellor

November Chancellor’s Newsletter

Campus Forums Over the past couple of weeks, I have conducted my regular semester campus forums at our campuses, learning centers, and the Cosand Center. I will wrap up the campus forums today at Corporate College and Florissant Valley. During each session, I presented current initiatives at the College, enrollment data for the fall semester, […]

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message from the chancellor

State of the St. Louis Workforce

St. Louis Community College November 30, 2016 Quarterly Blog Community Colleges are amazing higher education institutions.  They educate approximately 13 million students each year, and the majority of the country’s college freshman and sophomores are in community colleges. Community colleges offer the public an incredible value, as they present the opportunity for students to learn […]

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August Message from the Chancellor

STLCC Unveils 2017-2020 Strategic Plan

During my first year at St. Louis Community College, I have had a fantastic experience in meeting and working with community leaders, and the Trustees, faculty, staff and students of the College. I am very impressed by St. Louis, and the incredible dedication of our community to make St. Louis an outstanding place to work, […]

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Feb - Message from the Chancellor

Seven Months In – An Observation of the St. Louis Region

I can’t believe that more than seven months have passed since I assumed the role of Chancellor of St. Louis Community College on July 1, 2015. Although it has been a whirlwind of activity between balancing my time meeting community leaders and learning about the operations of the College, my family and I have also […]

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