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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...

Workforce Scholarship
June 26, 2018

In 2017 the Minnesota State Legislature set up a Workforce Development Scholarship (WFDS) pilot program to encourage high school students to enter high-demand career fields.  Seven programs at St. Cloud Technical & Community College were deemed high-demand with workforce shortages.  Those...

June 26, 2018

Cyclones Baseball player Matt Quade was named the 2018 Spalding NJCAA DIII Baseball Defensive Player of the Year, which was voted on by the NJCAA DIII Baseball Committee.

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Ortiz All American SCTCC Cyclones
June 11, 2018

Cyclones Baseball player Luis Massa Ortiz was named to the 2018 NJCAA Second All-American Team.

Ortiz was a major factor behind the Cyclones' success in 2018, hitting for a .424 average and 35 RB's while earning MCAC All-Division, MCAC All-State and NJCAA All-Region XIII honors. He led...

NJCAA Champs Cyclones 2018 Baseball
May 21, 2018

The 2018 Cyclones Baseball team is on the way to the NJCAA Division III Baseball World Series after storming its way to the top of the Region XIII championship.

The tournament, played May 16-19 at Dick Putz and Faber Fields here in St. Cloud, included three nationally ranked teams –...

SCTCC Carpentry project
May 16, 2018

When three SCTCC Construction programs get together to work on a project, you can bet the results will be great.

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Farm Management
May 16, 2018

On Thursday, May 17, St. Cloud Technical & Community College will become the newest member of AgCentric.

An Induction Program will be held 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. on the SCTCC campus in the President’s Office/Customized Training building in room C104. The program includes remarks from...

Cyclones softball
May 9, 2018

SCTCC will host the 2018 NJCAA Region XIIIA tournament at River's' Edge Park in Waite Park.  The Cyclones will host North Dakota State College of Science, Anoka Ramsey Community College, and Ridgewater College. This year's Regional features three teams who are ranked or receiving votes in the...

SCTCC PN third best in MN 2018
May 1, 2018

The SCTCC Practical Nursing program has been named the third-best PN program in the state of Minnesota in 2018 by practicalnursing.org. See the entire list.

Colleges were ranked based on the...

Plumbing best schools
April 25, 2018

The SCTCC Plumbing program has been listed seventh on the Schools.com Best Colleges for Plumbing Degree Programs 2017-18. See the entire list.

The rankings are based on tuition, graduation rate, accessibility,...

Big Brothers Big Sisters Robotics
April 24, 2018

On April 19, the Energy and Electronics program hosted 14 youth and their mentors from Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Students and instructor Aaron Barker taught the BBBS kids how to program a robot to pick up a water bottle. After that, the kids got a tour and the...

Nursing RN ADN SCTCC
April 24, 2018

Thinking about a new career can be scary, especially if you’re planning on going back to college to learn a new skill. If you’re considering a change, here are a few things to think about along the way.

What does the job outlook look like right now?

In Minnesota...

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