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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...

President Cheek
January 11, 2019

After six months of listening to college stakeholders, President Annesa Cheek gave a report to the community on Jan. 10 about SCTCC’s steps forward during “Framing Our Future.”

The results from her engagement and surveys affirmed that much of the community wants more from SCTCC. The...

Cyclones Basketball
January 9, 2019

The Cyclones Men's Basketball team heads into the MCAC Southern Division play with a #6 ranking on the NJCAA National Poll for Jan. 8. They are the only Minnesota team in the poll.

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Sabrina Welding
November 14, 2018

Welding was a part of Sabrina Burgardt-Allen’s life long before she started the Welding program at SCTCC this fall.

Having taken two classes of welding in high school, she decided to do an independent study her senior year that combined her love of welding and art....

Freightliner, SCTCC truck donation
November 5, 2018

Three years of working with Freightliner of St. Cloud in the Get Ahead program has paid off for the Medium/Heavy Truck program at SCTCC.

On Nov. 1, representatives from Freightliner and the college gathered to celebrate the addition of a 2014 Cascadia tractor unit to the program, which...

Culinary 2018
October 30, 2018

SCTCC’s second annual BrewLäsh brought more people together and more fundraising for student equipment and scholarship needs. And it offered some pretty good hotdish and craft brew selections, too.

Foundation Director Arlene Williams was more than pleased with the results.

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October 23, 2018

The volleyball team at St. Cloud Techincal & Community College has picked up the U.S. Marine Corps / MCAC Team-of-the-Week honor for the week ending Sunday, October 21. 

The Cyclones elevated their game in October, not only on the...

Best for Vets 2019
October 22, 2018

Once again, St. Cloud Technical & Community College is positioned as a great place for veterans to get their degrees. The Military Times released its “Best for Vets: College” 2019 rankings, and SCTCC is seventh on the list.

The annual, nationwide list is compiled after...

Campus Cleanup
September 28, 2018

A group of SCTCC students and staff came together Thursday to meet new people and help out the planet at the same time.

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Water Environment Technologies students at pipe tapping competition
September 28, 2018

If you’re a student and you have the opportunity to test your skills by competing with professionals in your industry, do you take it? 

When presented with this challenge, SCTCC’s Water Environment Technologies (WETT) students stepped up and sent two teams to compete with industry...

Infosessions
August 21, 2018

SCTCC was named the 13th best community college in the country and the fifth best in Minnesota in 2018 by Wallet Hub.

The study focused on three metrics to come up with the overall rank: cost and financing,...

Chloe Student Spotlight
August 7, 2018

Chloe Callahan came to SCTCC initially to play softball, but knew she wanted to get a degree in the medical field. After taking a look at the programs SCTCC offered, she found the best fit for her: Surgical Technology.

“It’s very hands-on,” says Chloe. “I don’t want to be sitting at a...

SkillsUSA
July 3, 2018

When SCTCC students head to the National Leadership and Skills Conference, they know how to compete. 

SCTCC sent five first-place SkillsUSA State winners to the national competition held in Louisville, Ky. Over the course of June 25-29, the SCTCC delegates performed different competitions...

Barrientos
June 26, 2018

As she moves forward, Iliana Barrientos Munoz has always known she wanted a career in the medical profession. During high school, she thought about nursing and imagined working in a neonatal intensive care unit. That was until a career exploration assignment her junior year of high school to job...

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