In addition to providing quality academic instruction, St. Louis Community College offers the support services and resources you need to succeed before, during and after attending STLCC, as well as activities and opportunities to help you make the most of your college experience.
Academic Resources-Free tutoring, supplemental instruction, study skills/time management assistance, computer labs
Bookstores-Campus bookstore and online textbook ordering information
Campus Life and Athletics-Clubs, organizations, student government, student newspapers, athletic teams and intramurals, honor societies, exhibits, performances, lectures
Campus Services-Campus police, safety procedures and crime statistics; on-campus child care; cafeterias; copy centers
Career and Employment Services-For students and alumni seeking on-campus or off-campus full-time, part-time, internship or co-op, permanent, seasonal or temporary employment
Counseling-Academic, career, personal and crisis counseling, referrals to community resources
Degree Audit-Keep track of your current degree requirements,view your course history and explore "what if" scenarios as well with this online tool.
Disability Information-STLCC values the contributions of all members regardless of disability and provides the opportunity for them to realize their greatest potential. This site offers information about accommodations and much more.
Discounts for STLCC Students-STLCC has partnered with various vendors to offer substantial discounts to students on software, hardware and telephones.
Enrollment and Degree Verification-STLCC has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to provide proof of enrollment or degree for an employer, search firm or others.
Financial Aid-Information about a comprehensive program funded by federal, state and private agencies including policies and procedures for applying.
General Information-Additional information about policies, services, etc.
Policies and Procedures-Closing procedures, drug abuse prevention information, equity in athletics report, completion/graduation/transfer report, student rights and responsibilities, student handbook, etc.
TANF-Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Student Advocate office provides a variety of services to address the needs of students including financial assistance to families while the adults seek education, job training and/or employment.
TRIO - The federal TRIO programs are federal outreach and student services programs designed to identify and provide services for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds.
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