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St. Louis Community College owns bookstores on each of its four campuses and at the South County Center and the William J. Harrison Education Center. All offer textbooks, merchandise and services to support the educational needs of our students.
St. Louis Community College collects and uses assessment data to improve student learning, academic achievement, and overall institutional effectiveness. When combined with thoughtful interpretation by faculty and staff, assessment supports the overall decision-making needs of the college and the specific decision-making needs of individual
STLCC is a member of OTN through MOBIUS. Open Educational Resources (OER), A Resource Guide This resource guide is meant to help faculty learn more about and use Open Educational Resources.
Club meetings are professional development for engaged leadership based on a Points of Light program called Service Works. Each meeting has a training component and/or a volunteer activity. Students learn how to conceptualize, create and implement service activities. During the spring semester students create a capstone project.
St. Louis Community College offers a challenging learning environment that points students in directions that lead to success. Since voters in St. Louis City and County established the college in 1962, STLCC has been enriching lives and contributing to the economic development of the metropolitan area.
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