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September 5, 2017

On Friday the Cyclones traveled to Brainerd for a triangular with CLC (ranked 4th in the nation) and NDSCS (D2). First NDSCS faced CLC and the Wildcats won 3-1. 

The Cyclones then took on the Wildcats and they earned a 3-1 victory. ...

August 29, 2017

The Cyclones started strong their first week of competition finishing 5-1.

Wednesday the Cyclones traveled to Grand Rapids, MN for a triad and faced Gogebic Community College (D2) conquering 3-0.  Stat leaders included...

Kalie Jergens
August 29, 2017

Earning All-Around Player-of-the-Week was Kalie Jergens, for her balanced performance at St. Cloud Technical & Community College, helping the Cyclones go 5-1 in Week 1.  

Jergens...

Faculty Computer
August 25, 2017

Maybe you’re not doing so well in your classes and you think it’s a lost cause at this point. Perhaps you think you’re doing well but you aren’t sure if you’re really getting what you need to out of a class.

Instead of waiting until it’s too late, the best course of action is to talk to...

four students on stairs
August 10, 2017

Center for Academic Success

The CAS is SCTCC’s tutoring center. We have tutors that can help you with math, natural sciences, behavioral sciences, communications, writing, English, business/IT, and various other subjects.

But wait – you? Need tutoring? Here’s the facts: students...

Joyce Helens
July 26, 2017

As we close in on the beginning of fall semester at SCTCC, students aren’t the only ones with big change on the horizon.

President Joyce Helens is leaving her post at the college to take a position at Great Basin in Nevada, with Vice President Lori Kloos set to take over the Interim...

Campus News
July 11, 2017

St. Cloud State University and St. Cloud Technical & Community College (SCTCC) are expanding how they work together to better meet the needs of the students and communities they serve. 

St. Cloud State Interim President Ashish Vaidya and SCTCC President Joyce Helens will hold a...

Centracare Donation
June 21, 2017

On Tuesday, June 13, CentraCare presented the SCTCC Foundation with $500,000 for biology laboratory renovations and updates.

David Borgert, Director of Community and Government Relations for CentraCare Health, presented the donation during President Joyce Helens’ farewell reception. The...

Ricky Garcia
June 21, 2017

SCTCC Cyclone Baseball pitcher Ricky Garcia was named to the 2017 NJCAA Division III All-American Second Team.

Garcia went 9 and 1 on the year for the Cyclones, with a season ERA of 2.09.  Garcia was a workhorse, pitching a team-leading 64.2 innings, with seven complete games to his...

Two girls take a selfie in their SCTCC graduation caps and gowns
June 13, 2017

The President's and Dean's Lists for Spring Semester 2017 have been released.

Students earning a grade point average of 4.0 were named to the President's List; students earning a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.9 were named to the Dean's List.

Only...

May 23, 2017

Our state bird has gotten a little more help, thanks to the Welding program at SCTCC. The loons on Big Mantrap Lake just northeast of Park Rapids have been using nesting rafts built by Welding students since 2012.

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Architectural Construction
May 11, 2017

For one first-year Architectural Construction Technology student, experience in the field is what helped him make a difference.

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May 9, 2017

The CACE/PARA Club at SCTCC has donated more than 400 new books to the Pediatric unit at the St. Cloud Hospital over the past year.

Club members handled ordering and tracking of book purchases through a book club, which earned bonus points to purchase extra books. All extra books...

Sara Shrode
May 2, 2017

Sara Shrode has always felt more at home in smaller spaces. Her dorm room. An apartment that was a little more than 300 square feet. A cabin that barely fit six people.

So it’s no wonder  she’s ready to move into a tiny house the SCTCC Carpentry program built for her this past academic...

WETT students
March 31, 2017

The Metro section of SCTCC’s Water Environment Technology students assisted the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency at two conferences from March 27-31:...

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