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The Training Center includes classrooms and lab spaces that can be used for community programs and training sessions. The Training Center has a computer lab with 16 workstations and the latest office automation software. 

Contact: Business Services, 314-513-4201

The Emerson Center for Engineering and Manufacturing prepares learners to become the workers and managers of the future by preparing them to handle work assignments in high skill, high demand and high wage work environments.  The center hosts several annual events and activities, including:

  • Project Lead the Way Competition 
  • TEAMS Competition 
  • SME Girl Scouts Workshop 
  • FIRST LEGO League & Vex Competition 
  • CASS Program

    Emerson Center, 314-513-4308

The Contemporary Art Gallery is an 840-square-foot space on the lower level of the Instructional Resources building, Room 111. The gallery showcases local, regional and international art for the enjoyment and interests of students and the public. Two- and three-dimensional works in a variety of media are presented throughout the year, reflecting disciplines taught in the programs. The annual faculty exhibition, alumni exhibition and student exhibitions are important presentations in this space.

Hours: Mondays-Fridays 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Contact: Janice Nesser-Chu, 314-513-4861, jnesser@stlcc.edu

The Terry M. Fischer Theatre offers a wide variety of theatrical performances. The opportunity to learn about theatre and perform in an educational environment is open to students, staff, and community members. Several musical groups perform in the theatre, including the Florissant Valley Symphony Orchestra. Admission is free, and all performances are open to the public. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Some age restrictions apply due to content. 

          Contact: Daniel J. Betzler, 314-513-4121, dbetzler@stlcc.edu

KCFV-FM (89.5 FM) is operated as a hands-on learning lab for the mass communications students. On-air students must be taking or completed Introduction to Broadcasting and Radio Production. Students have an option to receive college credit. The station is part of an Associate in Arts program designed to transfer to a four-year college or university. KCFV is located in the Communications building.

Contact: Paul Huddleston, 314-513-4157, phuddleston@stlcc.edu

Taurus is a 9,000-lb. cast bronze sculpture located outside the Student Center. The sculpture was created by internationally recognized abstract sculptor Tony Cragg. Taurus is one of three sculptures donated on long-term, permanent loan to STLCC by the Gateway Foundation’s public sculpture program.