Foundation: News

November 24, 2020

Cooking is one of those skills that are both essential for life, and an art. While some see it as eating to live, others see it as living to eat. 

And that is how first-year culinary student, Alex describes it: “I think of cooking as an art form, with baking being a science. Everyone has...

Brewlash dirve thru
October 29, 2020

BrewLäsh 2020 was a little bit different this year, but it broke previous records in the money raised for student scholarships and program support at SCTCC, bringing in $45,000+.

Truck Donation Group Photo
October 19, 2020

The Medium/Heavy Truck program at SCTCC welcomed a new semi truck in its engine bay this morning. Long Haul Trucking of Albertville donated a 2016 Peterbilt 570 truck to the program, a start of a partnership that brings Paccar engines in for students to get experience on.


Dannica Peterson
October 16, 2020

Dannica Peterson’s college journey was not an easy one, but she’s certain that she’s on the right path and that SCTCC was instrumental in helping her make the right choices.

After graduating from high school in 2012, Dannica wanted to go to college, but her parents weren’t supportive....

CVT Students
October 16, 2020

When you talk to students in the Cardiovascular Technology program at SCTCC, a theme bubbles to the top: several students have family members who have had heart problems in the past. Three CVT students shared their experience about family members and how it brought them to the program at SCTCC...

MHT students
October 16, 2020

After Electrolux in St. Cloud closed, about 750 long-time employees had a couple options: find another job or get started on a career change. For those who wanted to switch careers, SCTCC was ready to help students get started, and two students in the Medium/Heavy Truck program shared why they...

Katarina Frank
October 16, 2020

Overcoming obstacles is Katarina Frank’s thing. She likes putting things together, making sure they work, and then seeing the end results.

It’s no surprise, then, that she’s in the SCTCC Energy & Electronic program working on three – yes, three – degrees: Robotics Automation,...

Richard Metangmo
October 16, 2020

After two years in the United States, Richard Kenfack Metangmo has armed himself with a degree from the SCTCC Water Environment Technologies program and is ready to help his home country of Cameroon after getting a few more years’ experience here in the US.

When Richard came to the US,...

Rob Miller Carpentry Tool donation
September 8, 2020

If there’s one piece of advice that Rob Miller can give about starting at SCTCC, it’s to not give up when you’re up against something that seems impossible.

Rob, a St. Cloud native, was set to start the Carpentry program this fall. He’s always been captivated by building things, and while...

VFW Donation
July 24, 2020

Veterans at SCTCC can expect even more support after a generous $5,000 donation from VFW 428 – The Granite Post.

The funds will support student veterans at SCTCC who show financial need. A scholarship will be started through the SCTCC Foundation, which students can apply for through the...

July 15, 2020

SCTCC has put together its plans for Fall Semester 2020 for Cyclone Success at this webpage. The information on that page is continually evolving, and any changes will be updated as soon as information becomes available. Students will receive email communications on...

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...

Barb Kellogg
December 9, 2019

When members of the Active Minds club worked to bring photographer Barb Kellogg’s exhibit on campus, it was like it was meant to be: the artist was an alumni of SCTCC and putting her degree to work.

Kellogg enrolled in the Advertising program (before it was changed to Marketing and Design...