STLCC - Forest Park
5600 Oakland Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110
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Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thu 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m
Forest Park Student Clubs and Organizations
This club will promote camera-based work here in the Forest Park community which includes disciplines such as photography, digital imaging and video.
Joe Wilson, Sponsor
The club will foster a professional spirit among the members providing opportunities for keeping abreast of scientific development and literature.
Matthew Isaacson, Sponsor
The club is committed to the enhancement of the ceramic arts programs at St. Louis Community College-Forest Park as well as increase student interest and participation in the ceramic arts program and to enrich the classroom learning experience.
Casey Shiller, Sponsor
This club is designed to cover the social needs of the busy culinary students. They sharpen their skills socially and professioally in the areas of baking and pastry and the culinary arts.
EC2 Early Childhood Educators Circle
Dahna Willis, Sponsor
This club is dedicated to the support and advocacy for students and educators in Early Care and Education.
Forest Park Business Club
Angelic Cole, Sponsor
The club will create a platform for members to discuss and enhance business skills through participation in business and community service activities. It shall be the purpose of this club to deliberately seek the partnerships of area businesses for networking, business workshops and internships purposes for its members.
This club will provide students interested in the field of human services with the opportunity to express themselves collectively regarding health and social services issues, to schedule guest speakers to present a presentation in their respective field to the members of the club and to serve the needs of the student body of STLCC-Forest Park.
International Students Club
Keith Hulsey, Sponsor
This club provides a forum for international students to meet for mutual interest and support. It also provides various counsel and orientation to American culture and college life.
Mortuary Science Students Association I and II
The purpose of this club to establish and set forth the principles and practices of our chosen profession for beginning students and to preserve the autonomy of this association and the individual liberty of its members.
The primary purpose of P.O.W. is to promote and support the retention of female students at the William J. Harrison Education Center by connecting them to instrumental and social resources.
Phi Theta Kappa Society
Sandra Knight, Sponsor
The mission of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society of the Two-Year College is to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students. To achieve this purpose, Phi Theta Kappa provides opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate to exchange ideas and ideals and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence. Students who have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 and 12 credit hours of college-level courses are automatically sent invitations to membership each Spring and Fall semester. After joining, students must maintain a 3.0 G.P.A. Over 35 million dollars in scholarships are available each year to members of Phi Theta Kappa.
Rebecca Northern, Sponsor
The purpose of this club is to provide support and aid in the educational advancement of radiology students at STLCC-Forest Park. Students will have the opportunity in community service projects, fundraisers and the annual state conference.
Respiratory Therapy I & II
Organize and establish with beginning students and graduating students to support and aid in scholastic advancement of Respiratory Therapy at STLCC-Forest Park and thereby improve the quality of the patient care as administered by the respiratory therapy professional.
The Scene Newspaper
The student newspaper for the St. Louis Community College - Forest Park campus
To act as the official voice for all students, provide the vehicle for communication between students and administrators, represent the interest of students in the decision making process by attaining and maintaining student representation on college committees that affect student welfare, and encourage and develop activities/programs that are beneficial to the education, welfare, and growth of the students and community.
The Student Nurse Association is organized to promote interest among nursing students, and to encourage formal discussion of any and all areas affecting the nursing student at STLCC-Forest Park.
Surgical Technology Club
Stacy Boedecker, Sponsor
The club is designed to prepare students to enhance their basic education by meeting and comparing experiences from various clinical areas. In addition, it motivates and encourages students to attend workshops and institutes dealing with operating room technology.
The club has been established to provide a social group to assist veterans to adjust to civilian life and to support success their college endeavors.