Foundation: News

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...

Allie web head
July 2, 2020

“They worked their tails off.” When instructor Jo-Ann Frazier-Hansen mentioned this about her Nursing Assistant class, she wasn’t just talking about her human students.

Service dog Allie also passed the class with flying (honorary) colors.

The class was finishing up the semester on...

Welding after pandemic
May 21, 2020

After two months of empty hallways and silent classrooms, students were back in action on the SCTCC campus this week.

Gov. Walz signed an executive order on May 11 that allowed the Minnesota State colleges to offer limited face-to-face classes in critical areas for students who were set...

Simon P - IT student
April 19, 2020

Even though SCTCC’s classrooms are empty and social distancing is a way of life, a small group of students comes to campus every day to complete their schoolwork, appropriately distanced, of course. A few set up their laptops in the Commons and attend class via Zoom or do homework, take tests....

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...

MBB finds out they're going to nationals
March 10, 2020

For the first time in program history, the Men’s Basketball Cyclones are on their way to the NJCAA DIII National Tournament.

The Cyclones nabbed the last at-large school bid on the NJCAA TV Selection Show last week and earned the #11 seed.

“This is the first time we’ve ever made...

Justin with camera in winter
March 4, 2020

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Justin Mueller loves hunting and doesn't want to work a job he's not passionate about. When he got the idea to start a hunting photography and videography business, he went all in. 

“I could have bought cheap gear, but I like to spend money and...

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...

Dental Hygiene and Assisting students at Give Kids a Smile event
February 12, 2020

Students in SCTCC’s Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting programs worked with local dentists to provide free dental services to children during the annual Give Kids a Smile event. 

With the help of four volunteer dentists, second-year students offered an array of preventative and...

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...

Jasmine Pelzer
January 13, 2020

You may have wondered: who’s behind the big posters on the Bookstore windows?

At the beginning of the year, a group of people on campus thought it would be educational to share information about the different heritage months that happen throughout the year, and the SCTCC Marketing &...

Environmental Science symposium
December 10, 2019

On Dec. 3, students in two Environmental Science classes presented their research to fellow classmates, instructors, and the public.

The presentations were the culmination of a semester of research on a specific topic for groups of students, and topics included the effects of pollution on...

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...

Ebone Student Veteran Spotlight Photo
November 15, 2019

Name: Ebone Nicol Meyer

Academic program: Marketing and Design

Branch: United States Army

Time of service: Sept 1, 2010- Feb 21, 2013

Why did you enlist?

Two days after I got...

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