liberal arts: News

Environmental Science
June 17, 2020

SCTCC’s newest program is ready for students who are set to tackle climate change and other environmental issues. The new Environmental Science degree is a great way to get a head start on a bachelor’s degree while saving money.

By diving into the field of ecosystems, students will learn...

Khady Windsouri
February 20, 2020

Khady Windsouri first came to St. Cloud in January. Her first thought?

“Oh, I cannot stay here. This is too hard for me.”

Khady came to the US in 2016, leaving her family and 2-year-old son in Burkina Faso, Africa, for the opportunity that America held. With her first language...

February 7, 2020

Two art entries for the Martin Luther King Jr Art Contest were honored on Wednesday, Feb. 5, in the Commons.

Madison Hurm entered a painting titled "All the Small Things," and Isaac Kangas entered a painting titled "Content or Character." The judges placed Kangas' painting in first and...

Environmental Science symposium
December 10, 2019

On Dec. 3, students in two Environmental Science classes presented their research to fellow classmates, instructors, and the public.

The presentations were the culmination of a semester of research on a specific topic for groups of students, and topics included the effects of pollution on...

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...

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...

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 specialize your degree so when you’re ready to...

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...

Suicide Walk
October 1, 2019

The SCTCC student club Active Minds walked with more than 200 others in the Out of the Darkness walk on Sept. 28 that started at Lake George in St. Cloud. The SCTCC club members raised more than $800 for the cause.

This walk, sponsored by the American Foundation for...

Psychology grads
May 20, 2019

Making the transfer process easy for students has been a goal for St. Cloud Technical & Community College, and with the recent addition of several Transfer Pathways, it’s not just easy, but specialized.

Psychology is currently the most popular Transfer Pathway; it’s also one of two...

Circle Art
April 2, 2019

Two experienced higher education leaders have been named finalists in St. Cloud Technical & Community College’s search for a Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs.

SCTCC’s Search Advisory Committee recently recommended the highly qualified candidates following an extensive...

Hudda Bush Fellow
March 22, 2019

SCTCC alumna and faculty member, Hudda Ibrahim, is a recipient of a 2019 Bush Foundation Fellowship.

The Bush Foundation supports people who "think bigger and think differently" about how to solve problems in their community by investing in them through grants and other investments. It's...

Environmental Symposium
January 17, 2019

Research is essential to understanding our rapidly changing environment.  With that in mind, Environmental Science Instructor, Khaldoun Ahmad, assigned students a project that required them to conduct and present their own research on important environmental issues. 

Students taking...

Jessica Lourey
January 15, 2019

SCTCC instructor Jess Lourey has landed a major book contract.

The Devil in the Dirt Basement will be a fictionalized account of the Jacob Wetterling abduction. Lourey’s book is seen as Megan Abbott meets The Lovely Bones and is a part of a two-book deal with Thomas...

Caleb Hanson
June 26, 2018

Caleb Hansen is a very busy man. The 29-year-old is married to his wife Amber and they have a two-year-old son named Rourke. He is a sergeant in the Minnesota National Guard, and in March, he transferred from his unit in Monticello to the military police unit at Camp Ripley. He works full-time...

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