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Cyclones Athletics
July 7, 2020

The SCTCC Cyclones, in coordination with member colleges in MCAC, have put the athletics season on hold through the Fall 2020 semester due to COVID-19.

The presidents of the member colleges of the Minnesota Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC) determined that football, volleyball, and...

2020 student recognition
May 7, 2020

The 2020 Student Recognition Event was different than in years past, but the student achievements were just as meaningful.

Around 40 SCTCC students in their second or more year at the college were nominated by different clubs and departments on campus. Shaun Keeley, Interim Student Life...

Taylor Root
April 8, 2020

“I feel like my world has been flipped around,” says Taylor Root. Lots of people are feeling the same way right now, but Root has a different take on it: “I also wouldn’t change a thing.”

The SCTCC Practical Nursing student is set to graduate this May, and on top of figuring out online...

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...

Welcome Back
January 10, 2020

Welcome Back to Spring Semester 2020, students! SCTCC Campus Life and the Student Senate have a great schedule of events set for the first week back so you can settle in to the first week of classes while also having a little bit of fun.

The Student Senate is also...

Legal Addictions exhibit
September 16, 2019

Adam Spaeth led a fast-paced life: in the Navy he worked with a surgeon on his ship, then he went to SCTCC for the Paramedicine program to become an EMT.

During the downtime during his time as an EMT, he brought his art materials and painted, something he’s been doing since he was a kid...

Boys and Girls Club
September 9, 2019

The start of a partnership between SCTCC and the Boys and Girls Club of Central Minnesota will be the start of a pathway from grade school to careers for youth in the St. Cloud region.

On Sept. 9, the partnership was announced at the Eastside Boys and Girls Club, where members from SCTCC...

Tori Nelson
September 4, 2019

Cyclones Volleyball player Tori Nelson hit the national stage today as she was named the NJCAA Division III Defensive Player of the Week.

Tori leads the MCAC in digs after two weeks in the season.

The Cyclones are 7-1 overall meet Anoka-Ramsey at home on Wednesday, Sept. 4 then...

CycloneSnacks
September 4, 2019

SCTCC has a new way to help students facing food insecurity or even those who just forgot their lunch for the day: CycloneSnacks are available in 5 locations around campus.

The SCTCC Student Senate took the lead last year on making the CycloneSnacks stations a campus priority as a part of...

September 3, 2019

With the Cyclones Volleyball season underway, the team has already nabbed a top-ten spot in the NJCAA national rankings, and two players have been recognized as MCAC Players of the Week.

Rilee Hohbein, a sophomore from Holidingford, was named the MCAC Hitter of the Week. She had 38 kills...

Math at SCTCC
August 28, 2019

Every semester, there are a few “housekeeping” things that pop up during the first week. These are important dates that you should definitely keep in mind while you’re finalizing your schedule.

  1. It’s possible that some changes may have been made to your class schedule. Things can move
  2. ...
volleybaall team
August 5, 2019

by Heidi Smith, Cyclones Volleyball Coach

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...

Environmental Science Research Symposium
May 15, 2019

Late Spring semester, students in two environmental courses presented their research findings at SCTCC's second Environmental Science Research Symposium.  

In the semester leading up to the symposium, students selected environmental issues to study ranging from how population density...

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