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Jasmine Pelzer
January 13, 2020

You may have wondered: who’s behind the big posters on the Bookstore windows?

At the beginning of the year, a group of people on campus thought it would be educational to share information about the different heritage months that happen throughout the year, and the SCTCC Marketing &...

January 13, 2020

ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan. 13, 2020 – Minnesota Governor Tim Walz today released his higher education bonding proposal for the 2020 Legislative session that includes $142.5 million for asset preservation and $121.2 million for capital bonding projects at the colleges...

Cust SErvice class at Capital One
December 20, 2019

By Jacob Bertram
Sales Management Marketing Student & Collegiate DECA Officer

Becky Shand’s Strategic Customer Service class brought all their money to Capital One this week. When I say money, I mean their knowledge they have been studying about customer service...

December 13, 2019

The Student Veterans of America club at SCTCC held a memorial on Dec. 10 for the three National Guard members who were lost in the Black Hawk accident.

Club secretary Jessica Busby welcomed all attendees to the memorial service, then all were encouraged to sign or write notes of sympathy...

Sonography
December 11, 2019

The SCTCC Sonography program has maintained its accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. The CAAHEP board of directors voted at its Nov. 15 meeting and approved the accreditation recommendation.

The accreditation process includes a review...

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...

Barb Kellogg
December 9, 2019

When members of the Active Minds club worked to bring photographer Barb Kellogg’s exhibit on campus, it was like it was meant to be: the artist was an alumni of SCTCC and putting her degree to work.

Kellogg enrolled in the Advertising program (before it was changed to Marketing and Design...

Northway Group designs
December 4, 2019

By: Ester Rica Jerez, Marketing and Design Student

Have a mind for business, but not so much for design? Have a creative mind, but not so much for business? I am the latter and whichever one you are, you have a place in the Marketing & Design program. ...

DECA 2019
December 2, 2019

By Jacob Bertram
SCTCC Collegiate DECA Officer

With the Cyclone Basketball season upon us, the Business and Sales students had their first practice last Friday. No they didn’t play basketball, but they did practice their free throws.

DECA Business Coaching...

Jessica Student Veteran Spotlight photo
November 22, 2019

Academic program: Accounting 

Branch: U.S. Army 

Time served: 2010-2012

Why did you enlist?

 I come from a family with a long military background and wanted to be a part of that family tradition....

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.

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