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Spring Preview Days at St. Louis Community College

What do you want to learn about St. Louis Community College? When was the last time you visited an STLCC campus? Are you interested in classes? How about a tour? St. Louis Community College will host Spring Preview Days for future students and families, area residents and anyone who wants to know more about the […]

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Dine and Donate for Jamie Schmidt

Dine & Donate fundraiser benefiting the family of Jamie Schmidt

Jamie Schmidt, secretarial assistant in the associate provost’s office at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, tragically lost her life Nov. 19 during a shooting at the Catholic Supply Store in West St. Louis County. A wife, mother and friend to many, Schmidt was also an alum of the Meramec campus. In an effort to honor her […]

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Behavioral health support: A new career path at St. Louis Community College

Mental health. It carries powerful meaning, varying perspectives and challenges. As healthcare reform evolves across the country, support positions in the helping profession are critical for better client outcomes and experiences. Courses begin spring 2019 St. Louis Community College is establishing a new program of study in spring 2019 – behavioral health support. Students will […]

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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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STLCC “Broads” Take Their Art on the Road

For more than four years, five women have developed their artistic talents at St. Louis Community College under the guidance of Mark Weber, chair of Art & Humanities department at the Wildwood campus. Their easels, paints and canvases of Dion Dion, Michelle Streiff, Kim Kordonowy, Vicki Hefty and Jo Jasper Dean span one end of […]

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To Rent or To Buy and Other Common Textbook Questions

Once the matter of tuition is settled, the next big financial stress for college students is paying for textbooks. If you’re new to the college scene, you’ll quickly realize that all those heavy textbooks you stuffed in your locker or lugged around all day at high school are actually worth quite a bit of money. […]

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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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