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Donut in winter
April 11, 2019

Due to inclement weather, St. Cloud Technical & Community College will have a delayed start on Friday, April 12, with classes beginning at 10 a.m. Classes scheduled to start before 10 a.m. are cancelled. Employees are to report as usual.

Employees are to report as usual on Friday,...

Donut in winter
April 10, 2019


Due to inclement weather, St. Cloud Technical & Community College is closed Thursday, April 11, for students and employees.

All classes and events for Thursday, April 11, including afternoon and evening, are cancelled. Classes will resume as usual...

Yellow Ribbon
April 4, 2019

St. Cloud Technical & Community College is proud to announce that it is now a Yellow Ribbon Company. A Proclamation Ceremony will be held April 18 at 10 a.m.

A Yellow Ribbon Company designation shows that key areas within a company structure create a network that proactively supports...

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...

Bergquist Orbies
March 6, 2019

Vi Bergquist, SCTCC Chief Information Officer, is a finalist for 2019 CIO of the Year Awards, known as the ORBIE. Bergquist made the short list of 20 finalists from 140 nominees. Awards will be presented in five categories; Bergquist is nominated in the Nonprofit (Higher Education) category....

Gov Walz
March 6, 2019

Gov. Tim Walz, Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, Office of Higher Education Commissioner Dennis Olson, and OHE Director of Communications Sandy Connolly visited SCTCC yesterday as part of Gov. Walz’s statewide tour to discuss his proposed budget, specifically the education portions....

Racine, Haider
March 1, 2019

Two Men’s Basketball Cyclones have been named to the MCAC All-Southern Division Team for 2018-19: Dillon Haider and Eric Racine.

Haider is a freshman from Melrose and Racine a freshman from Brooklyn Park.

The Cyclones finished up the regular season Feb. 23 as co-conference champs....

MBB Cyclones
February 27, 2019

The Cyclones Men's Basketball team will play their opening round game in the NJCAA Region XIII Tournament on Friday, March 1st, at 1 p.m. at Anoka Ramsey CC in Coon Rapids, MN. The Cyclones will take on Rainy River CC in the 1pm game. The Cyclones and Voyageurs did not meet in the regular season...

Men's Basketball
February 25, 2019

The Cyclones traveled to divsion-leading Riverland to close out the 2018-2019 regular season. The Cyclones found themselves on the winning end of an overtime thriller with a 99-92 score, clinching a share of the MCAC South title. This is the first time the Cyclones have snagged the title in...

February 20, 2019

Governor Tim Walz today announced the priorities for his budget covering FY2020 – FY2021. The proposal includes a $51.6 million investment in new funding over the biennium and $150 million for asset preservation in the facilities of our state colleges and universities.

In response,...

Racine POTW
February 19, 2019

Coming off the bench in a pair of Cyclones wins, Eric Racine has been tabbed the MCAC Southern Division Player-of-the-Week for the week ending February 17.

The freshman guard from...

February 18, 2019

The SCTCC DECA team participated in the Collegiate DECA State Career Development Conference Feb. 14-15 in Minnetonka.

MLK 2019 Art winners
February 7, 2019

After some tough judging, the 2019 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Art Contest awarded its winners and participants at a ceremony on Feb. 6. The theme this year was based on the quote: "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter."

The first place went to Bekah...