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ITT Tech Open House

STLCC Hosts Open House for ITT Tech Students

St. Louis Community College will host an open house event for former ITT Technical Institute students who want to continue their education. This event will be held Thursday, Sept. 15 from 2:30 – 6:30 p.m. in the Administration building at St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley, 3400 Pershall Rd., St. Louis, MO 63135. During STLCC’s open […]

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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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More than 6,500 people helped STLCC graduates celebrate their special day May 17 at the Chaifetz Arena.

Graduation 2016

Cornethan Proud to Be a Statistic in STLCC’s Class of 2016 Walter Cornethan did not want to become a “statistic.” He is the son of a teen mother who was forced to drop out of school. His father has been incarcerated for various infractions totaling 21 years. All five of his uncles are currently serving […]

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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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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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Top 10 Things College Graduates Can Learn from David Letterman

David Letterman retired this week after 31 years, making him the longest serving host of late night television. Like recent college graduates, he’s leaving one part of his life behind and starting another. So in the spirit of the thousands of Top Ten Lists that Letterman created, here is a list of Top 10 Things […]

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