CycloneSpin Blog

Sculpture class
November 21, 2019

By Megan Jorgenson
Sculpture Instructor

This fall, a group of students who enrolled in the brand-new Sculpture course have been creating three-dimensional art at SCTCC. This course was offered to expand the art classes at the school. And, for the first time at SCTCC...

Ebone Student Veteran Spotlight Photo
November 15, 2019

Name: Ebone Nicol Meyer

Academic program: Marketing and Design

Branch: United States Army

Time of service: Sept 1, 2010- Feb 21, 2013

Why did you enlist?

Two days after I got...

Four students
November 14, 2019

On Nov. 18, SCTCC staff will be attending an off-campus training. This won't impact SCTCC classes, but several student support services may be affected.

Regular Hours:

  • The Bookstore, Common Grounds, Food Service, Library, and Customized
  • ...
Water damage at HSB
November 12, 2019

Students with classes in HSB: The Health Science Building is now open and most classes are proceeding as scheduled. Check with your instructor or your D2L course page for details.

A sprinkler line was the culprit in damage to the St. Cloud Technical &...

Health Sciences Building
November 12, 2019

Due to a water leak, the Health Sciences Building is closed Nov. 12 until further notice. Any health students who have classes in the Main/Northway Building should attend those classes.

Updates will come as soon as possible.

Students at First Generation Celebration
November 8, 2019

TRIO hosted its annual First-Generation College Student Celebration on Thursday to celebrate students who are the first in their immediate families to go to college.  The celebration was in honor of First-Generation College Celebration Day, which is celebrated nationally on Nov. 8.  


November 7, 2019

Academic program: Pre-Nursing

Branch: U.S. Navy

Time served: Sep/2008-Sep/2012

Why did you enlist?

At the time I had no idea what to do with my life and I needed work, so I decided to look at all my...

November 5, 2019

The SCTCC Nursing program (ADN) has always been approved by the Minnesota Board of Nursing, but now it can add accreditation from the National League for Nursing through the Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation (NLN CNEA).

The Nursing program started the accreditation process...

November 5, 2019

After a big win on Friday, the Cyclones Volleyball team’s season came to an end on Saturday, Nov. 2, when they took second place in the NJCAA DIII Region XIIIA tournament.

The Cyclones traveled to Rochester to play in the Region tournament, taking on Minnesota State on Friday. The...

Graduation diploma
October 28, 2019

Sure, everyone knows you can start at SCTCC and then transfer. You can save a lot of money, take classes with more involved instructors, and get those generals done before moving on to get your bachelor’s degree.

But did you know that you can...

Automotives pumpkin carving
October 25, 2019

Automotives hosted a spooktacular event that collected food for local foodshelves on Oct. 23. For a donation of a non-perishable food item, anyone could come to the Auto lab and carve a pumpkin. Pumpkin, tools, and paints were provided.

Students from the Automotives SkillsUSA hosted the...

October 22, 2019

Big kudos to Grace Mauersberger, who was named the MCAC Hitter-of-the-Week for Oct. 22.

Mauersberger, a sophomore from St. Michael-Albertville, dominated kills in the Cyclones' matches this week. She is 10th in the MCAC in kills per set and 7th overall this year.

Congrats, Grace!...

Nate receiving award
October 11, 2019

If you’ve been to an SCTCC Cyclones Athletics event in the last 13 years, chances are you’ve seen Athletic Director, Nate Hiestand.  He was the guy on the microphone, and the one setting up before the game, and running the scoreboard, and coordinating with referees, and making sure the team...

Bio Labs Ribbon Cutting
October 8, 2019

Amongst new microscopes and clean beakers, a group of community members, CentraCare representatives, and SCTCC faculty and staff gathered to celebrate the Ribbon Cutting for SCTCC’s new Biology Labs.

In 2016, CentraCare donated $500,000 to SCTCC for the renovation of classrooms into...


News by tag

Alumni   Athletics   Event   News   Only @ SCTCC