Only at SCTCC: News

January 18, 2018

Coming to SCTCC has a lot of benefits: shorter time in school, small classes, involved instructors, and it's less expensive than a four-year. But did you know that graduates from our programs can jump into jobs that pay really well?  

Here are ten programs at SCTCC that have high-paying...

January 16, 2018

The Minnesota College Athletic Conference has named the inaugural MCAC Fall Elite '17 Team, which consists of the top performing student-athletes which excel both in the classroom and in the competitive arena. 

A new...

Cyclones Women's Basketball
January 8, 2018

The men’s and women’s basketball Cyclones have started off 2018 with two wins from the men and a win and a loss from the women.

Women

On Friday, Jan. 5, the women took on Itasca at the M-State Classic and won 61-48.

Rian Lee led with 14 points,...

Best for Vets 2018 SCTCC
January 2, 2018

SCTCC is excited to announce that it is ranked fifth on the Military Times’ “Best for Vets: Career & Technical College 2018” list.

The annual, nationwide list is compiled after colleges take part in a detailed survey for a chance to be recognized in the publication’s rankings...

December 13, 2017

For 20 years, SCTCC’s TRIO Student Support Services has been helping students make the most of their educational journey and creating lasting friendships along the way.

What is TRIO?

TRIO is a federally funded grant with a purpose of helping low-income students, first-generation...

DECA Students at SCTCC
December 4, 2017

The SCTCC DECA students had an outstanding performance at the St. Cloud State DECA Drills on Friday, Dec. 1.

DECA is a student organization that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management.

SCTCC competed with students...

BBBS builds birdhouses
November 21, 2017

The birds may have flown south for the winter, but the Big Brothers Big Sisters program in St. Cloud is getting ready for their return. On Nov. 20, five SCTCC Carpentry students volunteered to help the St. Cloud Big Brothers Big Sisters program building birdhouses.

This is the first year...

October 31, 2017

On a cold and blustery Friday afternoon, eight SCTCC student-athletes and one instructor loaded a van with box after box of supplies headed for Puerto Rico. 

After the devastating impact of hurricanes Irma and Maria, citizens of Puerto Rico are still struggling to get basic necessities. ...

brewlash
October 31, 2017

The SCTCC Foundation’s first BrewLash, held on Thursday, Oct. 26, was a hotdish of a success.

The fundraiser for student scholarships was a tasting of hotdish creations from SCTCC’s Culinary program and craft beer from area breweries.

“This event was a great success,” said Arlene...

October 12, 2017

The 2017-18 academic year has just gotten underway, and the Automotive Services program has already made it a priority to help others.

Recently, Cheryl Skaj came to Automotives for some help on a truck that had belonged to her husband who recently passed away. The truck was hard to start...

carpentry
October 4, 2017

Despite the drizzle on the morning of Oct. 3, the SCTCC Carpentry program broke ground on its 2017-2018 project, a 384-square-foot house on the St. John’s Episcopal Church property in St. Cloud.

The finished house will be connected to city water, sewer, and electrical lines on the church’...

Anastasia
October 3, 2017

Cyclone Volleyball player Anastasia Larson was named the MCAC All-Around Player of the Week for the Southern Division for the week of Oct. 3.

Larson collected 17 kills and hit at a .469 clip in Week 5. Defensively, Larson also had 8 blocks at the net for SCTCC to go with 3 digs. 

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October 2, 2017

Wednesday, Sept. 27, the Cyclones hosted Rochester Community and Technical College and finished 3-1. Kyra Harvey, sophomore outside hitter from Sauk Rapids, led in kills with 13. Sophomore setter from St Cloud...

Chelsea
September 26, 2017

SCTCC Cyclone Volleyball player Chelsea Schroeder was named the MCAC Southern Division Defensive Player of the Week for Sept. 26.

Schroeder has been an important part of the Cylcones' strong showing in September. As a sophomore in the...

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